du Maurier


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English writer of melodramatic novels (1907-1989)

English writer and illustrator

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The du Maurier family also enjoyed a close relationship with the author J.
Ydi, mae'r dafarn yno, a phob math o 'nialwch i bobl fel fi - yn amgueddfa smyglwyr, yn deipiadur du Maurier, yn blac pres i nodi lle llofruddiwyd y dihiryn, heb son am fodel o'r prif gymeriad tu ol i'r bar efo'r ficer
Whereas du Maurier depicts a united nuclear family vainly barricading themselves against a holocaust from without, Hitchcock portrays a broken unit staggering into an apocalyptic dawn.
The skill with which Daphne du Maurier creates an air of mystery and suspense veiled in secrecy, taught me that creating atmosphere is a very powerful tool.
Thus, meeting someone's resistance triggers their use of violence to reassert their patriarchal rights and this, I suggest, is what du Maurier subtly succeeds in depicting in the plight of Maxim de Winter.
The Doll' - one of 13 du Maurier short stories to be published in a new anthology, was discovered by Ann Willmore.
The Second Thursday Book Club will discuss the Daphne Du Maurier novel, 6:30 p.
Rebecca, by Daphne du Maurier, was the favourite from the South.
THE FIRST OF THE DU MAURIER DYNASTY to settle in England, in the 1860s, was George, who made his name as an artist for Punch and as the author of the novel Trilby, in which he created the character of Svengali.
Such is the case for Svengali and his original, Felix Moscheles, a roommate and close friend of Du Maurier during his days as an art student in Antwerp.
SEATTLE A Book-It Repertory Theater presentation of a play in two acts, adapted by Rachel Atkins from a novel by Daphne du Maurier.
The survey of the 700 members of the Romantic Novelists' Association put Charlotte Bronte's 'Jane Eyre' in second place, followed by 'Gone With the Wind' by Margaret Mitchell, 'Rebecca' by Daphne Du Maurier and Emily Bronte's 'Wuthering Heights'.
In 1971 it created the du Maurier Arts Council, named after one of Imperial's brands.
Wimbledon hero Roger Federer, who is making his debut at the Stade du Maurier this week, is something of an unknown quantity.
Daphne du Maurier, Haunted Heiress by Nina Auerbach.