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A man another woman s shadow a landscape a house a hidden history These six lements have informed the gothic impulse from Udolpho and Jane Eyre to The Thirteenth Tale Daphne du Maurier s Rebecca is crucial to the genre for in it du Maurier simplified and organized these six lements refining the narrative concentrating the mythic and nriching the ambiguity of her taleWhat du Maurier understood is that the heart of the romantic gothic is the struggle between two women one waking up to a new life and one not content to remain a ghost The man may be their conflicting goal the house and landscape their arena but it is the battle between these two women for life and power and autonomy that is the Anatomisk bildordbok essence of the taleIn Rebecca the man is the haunted moody Maxim de Winter who has married a never named young woman a naive paid companion whom he has met during a recent stay in Monte Carlo The two return to Maxim s ancestralstate of Manderley but the new wife soon finds the old house and grounds as well as the mind of her increasingly melancholy husband dominated by the spirit of Rebecca his dead first wife The author s simplifying genius resides in the fact that in Rebecca the spirit of the dead woman animates the house and the landscape and obsesses the man Conseuently Neurosurgical Classics II every attempt of the new Mrs de Winter the narrator to adjust to the house and staff including the daunting housekeeper Mrs Danvers toxplore the house and grounds or to comprehend the past Ostopathie crnienne : Manuel pratique events that interfere with her present happiness are part of the novel s central struggle and its secret history The second Mrs de Winter s descriptions may be nuanced and leisurely occasionally painful in their innocence butvery Keeper's Compendium: Blasphemous Knowledge Forbidden Secrets encounterach In Over Her Head Chloe Babineaux Private Investigator exploration brings us closer to the heart of the mystery of Rebecca and Manderley tooBeside thexemplary construction of the narrative the other things I liked most about the book were the detailed descriptions of Manderley the lingering power of the first two chapters the only two set in the present and the intriguingly ambiguous fate of the narrator of the novel the second Mrs de Winter the woman with no nameOne of the guilty pleasures of a good gothic is the description of a magnificent old house so precise and rich in detail that you can fantasize about how delightful or how scary living in such a mansion might be Manderly is a place that comes alive for the reader and it is particularly pleasant to have it described to us by a person who is Säure-Basen-Einkaufsführer experiencing it and attempting to master it for the first timeThe first chapter is justly famous for the narrator s account of a dream in which she returns to the now ruined Manderleystate Its description of overgrown nature reclaiming the martyred grandeur of Manderley is an Color Atlas of Human Anatomy, Vol. 3 Nervous System and Sensory Organs expertlyxecuted mood piece inaugurating the narrative as The Facial Nerve effectively as any opening passage in literature I do notxclude my favorites the first scene of Hamlet the first chapter of Bleak House and the description of the Sternwood mansion in the first pages of The Big Sleep Personally though I find the second chapter of the book Surgery for Cochlear and Other Auditory Implants even interesting It describes Maxim and the narrator who now calls the two of them happy as they live their life on the continent in a series of hotels But something about our narrator s description strikes me as inexpressibly sad the two of them sound to me like an affluent aging couple frittering their final years away on superficial pleasures and trivial pastimes Yet the wife the woman who is telling us this we find out later is now barely in her thirties Could this indeed be happiness This uestion continued to haunt me throughout my reading of the book andven now affects my shifting impressions of its themesI ask myself weeks after finishing this novel what is the narrator s fate Has she achieved a certain degree of happiness however modest having triumphed over the dominating Rebecca having gained the haunted Maxim for her own Has she merely accepted the Uncommon Leadership: How to Build Competitive Advantage by Thinking Differently empty social forms and dull routine that Rebecca whatever her sins might have been was fighting so furiously against Or is she happy the interpretation I currently flirt with because she in her passive aggressive way dominates Maxim in his reduced state thoroughly than Rebeccaver could Even so isn t such happiness inferior to the promise she once showed briefly when she believed she could still be mistress of Manderley after Rebecca s ghost had been xorcised before she learned their world had burned downI don t know the answers to these uestions and I must say I like it that way For me at least the novel will always be haunted by ambiguities and that is a good thing It is one of the reasons I find Rebecca "Such A Rich Rewarding Work This Has To Be One "a rich rewarding work This has to be one the best and most complete books I have ver read Each lement plot characters twists suspense climax all of it perfect If I had one criticism it might be a twists suspense climax all of it perfect If I had one criticism it might be a slow start but with the awesome payoff that is hardly worth mentioningThe plot I have to be honest I judged a book by its cover and title I thought okay Rebecca an legant woman a curly font probably another cheesy classic romance I ll read it because it is one you are supposed to read but I doubt I will think it is great I have never been so wrong Mystery intrigue deception subterfuge twists turns misunderstandings accusations threats Extending Symfony 2 Web Application Framework etctc Angels Whiskey etc So much is happening in this story and it is greatThe charactersach character plays their part very well Because of the nature of the plot you may not uite Ritual Alliances of the Putian Plain: Volume Two: A Survey of Village Temples and Ritual Activities ever be sure who some of them really are and perhaps you will be left to make some judgements on your own Also this book has two characters that are thessence of love to hate one because they are a total a hole and the other because they are creepy as hell I don t know what it is but I often feel like authors freuently have a hard time getting asily hateable characters right That is far from the case here they are perfectSuspense and Mystery I will keep this short to avoid spoilers This book has about 7 big climaxesrevelations Every second between those will have you on the dge of your seat Others will catch you completely off guard I can guarantee you will catch yourself holding your breathSo in summary I loved it It was great Read it Don t be like me and think meh a classic named Rebecca probably boring It is not It is awesome This is it THE delicious curl up next to the fire under a blanket with tea book THE windowsill on a rainy day with your pet book THE stay up all night book A chill goes down your spine but in a good way while reading it It is a masterpiece of gothic literature the inheritor of the tradition of novels like Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre I d call it the 20th Century Jane Eyre actually with a modernist twist It is written so that the characters and Wish You Were Here: An Essential Guide to Your Favorite Music Scenes—from Punk to Indie and Everything in Between events come to seem uite believable in the contextven while they slowly make the hairs on the back of your necks stand on The Day Christ Was Born end Whether you re generally a fan of mystery romance or thrillers this book is uite simply a delicious read Wellthis is awkward So most of my friends love this book Naturally I wanted to as well I blame the herd mentality Baaah Did I love this book At times yes Did I also loathe this book At times yes It s made deciding on a rating a much daunting task than I normally face After reflecting on it for some time and re reading my f bomb laden notes I m going with two stars because as a whole I did notnjoy this While I greatly detested some aspects I can still recognize gorgeous prose when I see it Honestly I almost gave this three stars for the writing alone because it s so beautiful that it becomes distracting and when you pair this with a hauntingly gothic setting Magic Nature had come into her own again and little by little in her stealthy insidious way had 5 Nights: Sinful Delights Boxed Set encroached upon the drive with long tenacious fingers What ruined this for me were the attitudes and the actions of those depicted within it I m not one of those readers that have to love characters tonjoy a story or appreciate its message There have been uite a few instances where I ve rated a book highly The Seventh Witch even when I hatedvery single person in it That s because while I didn t necessarily agree with what they were doing or their thought processes I understood them on some level Sadly this is not the case with Rebecca The female lead who is also the narrator is left without a name throughout Upon reading the afterward I m wondering if that s because it would have been all too obvious if the author had named her Daphne She is the very definition of a Mary Sue taking almost ntirely after the person who created her But for the sake of this review let s call the MC Not Cory I think it has a catchy ring to it It s also fitting as she is the complete an. Age takes her by surprise She accepts but whisked from glamorous Monte Carlo to the ominous and brooding Manderley the new Mrs de Winter finds Max a changed man And the memory of his dead wife Rebecca is forever kept alive by the forbidding housekeep. 5 stars to Daphne du Maurier s Rebecca I loved it and probably consider it 4 12 stars just because of a few small items but I can t not give it 5 here Story The second wife of a wealthy widower you ll never know her name tries to figure out how to fit into her new family when it seems there s now way how With many twists and turns both suspense and a bit of romance this story captures your attention immediately and takes you on a path of great intrigue Just when you think you ve figured it out du Maurier confounds and surprises you in a good way I would love to be a fly on the wall in Manderley name of the state where the book takes place to catch all the hidden Trickle Down Tyranny: Crushing Obama's Dream of the Socialist States of America expressions and conversations Strengths 1 Mystery and Intrigue2 Character Development Weaknesses 1 Some unanswered uestions small ones2 I want Final Thoughts Read it Experience it Don t just watch the movie adaption You want to make up your own mind about whatveryone looks like and acts likeThere was almost a Broadway show made based on this book I was super The Pocket Wife excited but funding failed Oh well maybe in the future About Me For those new to me or my reviews here s the scoop I read A LOT I write A LOT And now I blog A LOT First the book review goes on Goodreads and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at where you ll also find TV Film reviews the revealing and introspective 365 Daily Challenge and lots of blogging about places I ve visited all over the world And you can find all my social media profiles to get the details on the whowhatwhenwhere and my pictures Leave a comment and let me know what you think Vote in the poll and ratings Thanks for stopping by 603 Rebecca Daphne du Maurier 1907 1989Rebecca is a thriller novel by English author Dame Daphne du Maurier Publication date 1938While working as the companion to a rich American woman on holiday in Monte Carlo the unnamed narrator a na ve young woman in herarly 20s becomes acuainted with a wealthy Englishman George Fortescue Maximilian Maxim de Winter a 42 year old widower After a fortnight of courtship she agrees to marry him and after the wedding and honeymoon accompanies him to his mansion in Cornwall the beautiful The Color of Our Sky estate Manderley Manderley and I had a much successful visit this time around as compared to the first time I read this book several years ago Here s the key This is not a romance novel It s a psychological suspense novel As I reread Rebecca with this in mind I had a much greater appreciation for its artistry the way Daphne du Maurier skillfully used words to create a mood and increase th Oh how I wish I could rewind the past month and start all over again Then I could pick up Rebecca andxperience this breathtaking novel once as if for the first time Truth be told this wasn t actually my first time reading this uintessential piece of classic gothic literature However I am ashamed to say that the number of years that have passed between my first reading and this recent one combined with what I like to call a lingering case of momnesia ffectively rendered this reading very much like a first time For that I am actually grateful because I completely immersed and surrendered myself to the beautiful writing of the remarkably talented Daphne du MaurierThe unnamed narrator is an inexperienced and insecure young woman with not much of a future to speak of unless becoming a companion to an overbearing busybody by the name of Mrs Van Hopper could be called a promising prospect So when the handsome mysterious and wealthy Maxim de Winter seems to take an interest and offers a much nticing alternative that of being his wife what is a girl to do but accept The honeymoon at an Obsession end the newly married couple returns to Manderley Max de Winter sstate Manderley itself is a major character in this novel I could sense it almost as a living breathing Cabaret: A Roman Riddle entity the descriptions of this magnificent place were so masterfully crafted I felt as if I were sitting right there with Mrs de Winter as she approached Manderley for the first time Suddenly I saw a clearing in the dark drive ahead and a patch of sky and in a moment the dark trees had thinned the nameless shrubs had disappeared and onither side of us was a wall of colour blood red reaching far above our heads We were amongst the rhododendrons There was something bewildering ven shocking about the suddenness of their discovery The woods had not prepared me for them They startled me with their crimson faces massed one upon the other in incredible profusion showing no leaf no twig nothing but the slaughterous red luscious and fantastic unlike any rhododendron plant I had seen before these were monsters rearing to the sky massed like a battalion too beautiful I thought too powerful they were not plants at all Rhododendrons Red Rebecca She is verywhere The second Mrs de Winter the only name by which she will ver be identified had not xpected the ceaseless competition from the deceased first Mrs de winter Rebecca Rebecca with a

capital r written 
R written such confidence a confidence that ven transcends death She lingers in the morning room she lurks in "The Gallery She Tarries In "gallery she tarries in cottage by the beach But most of all Rebecca dwells within the minds of veryone living in the West Country along the rugged coast of England Max de Winter becomes a brooding and aloof husband once back within the clutches of Manderley and Rebecca s memory The new Mrs de Winter is tormented by her own fantasies of this formidable adversary Since the novel is cleverly written from the perspective of this na ve young woman the reader becomes intimate with the psychological turmoil she ndures She is also subject to the criticism and malice of the sinister housekeeper Mrs Danvers Mrs Danvers worshiped Rebecca during her life and continues to do so ven after her death I absolutely loved to hate this dark and intimidating woman Once I glanced up at her and once I met her yes dark and somber in that white face of hers instilling into me I knew not why a strange feeling of disuiet of foreboding I tried to smile and could not I found myself held by those yes that had no light no flicker of sympathy towards meEvery single character is drawn skillfully and comes to life within the pages of this book The tension builds and one cannot help becoming The Mephisto Threat (Paul Tallis entangled with the suspenseful buildup ofvents leading to the climax I was transported to another time and place and was perfectly mesmerized I can t say much without getting into spoiler territory if you have not yet read this masterpiece Just grab a copy soon and xperience this one please This is the best of the best and is going on that very special bookshelf at home I wondered how many people there were in the world who suffered and continued to suffer because they could not break out from their own web of shyness and reserve and in their blindness and folly built up a great distorted wall in front of them that hid the truth This was what I had done I had built up false pictures in my mind and sat before them I had never had the courage to demand the truth I went in completely 100% blind Blind trust was all I needed from trusted friends but it took me forever to make this book a priority I had Rebecca downloaded on my Kindle since 2014 How foolish I was to wait There are 313 907 ratings and 13 947 reviews on Goodreads with an overall rating of 42 Ratings like that SPEAK It s not a hype itherRebecca is the most nduring classic of Love and Evil I ve ver read Mystery gothic thriller drama secrets crime suspense some parts predictableyet not all there are surprise twists and turns three dimensional unforgettable characters gorgeous writing with vivid descriptions and a beautiful Just Cause estate called Manderley No wildflowers came into the house at Manderley He had special cultivated flowers grown for the house alone in the walled garden A rose was one of the few flowers he said that looked better pit them growing A bowl of roses in the drawing room had a depth of color and a cent they had not processed in the open There is something rather blowzy about roses in full bloom something shallow and raucous like women with and untidy hair In the house they became mysterious and subtle I loved it I loved it I loved it It s TIMELESSwith richness than many new release books of this genre Special thanks to Jean Sara and Candy and to many other Goodreads friends who read this before me REBECCA is a novel once read we can never forget I m definitely a new fan of author Daphne Du Maurer Scapegoat was also phenomenal PS I need to run out but I must come back and start reading other REBECCA reviews I read the last 80% in one sitting I m spent I must go offlinebut I ll be back for discussionstc Happy weekend to this lovely community A woman. Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley againWorking as a lady's companion the heroine of Rebecca learns her place Her future looks bleak until on a trip to the South of France she meets Max de Winter a handsome widower whose sudden proposal of marri. D total opposite of me in almost very way imaginable When the book opens Not Cory is reflecting on her life and the remaining pages focus on the vents she s reliving It all begins in Monte Carlo with her as the companion to a tactless and garish woman of means A chance ncounter has her bumping into a wealthy Englishman named Maxim de Winter a man twenty years her senior and recently widowed What follows is a whirlwind courtship set against the backdrop of the south of France Sounds lovely doesn t it Er not so much This part of the book served as nothing than a reminder of how foolish first love can make us My hat is off to Du Maurier for her flawless portrayal of this time in our lives when your future is spread out in front of you and all your fantasies still seem tangible What made it that much difficult to read was the MC Not Cory is a dreamer she lives largely inside of her head and the smallest thing from her companion choosing to host a cocktail party to the rising of the sun can send her mind spinning as she plays out the infinite conseuences of these things This tendency becomes obsessive when Maxim nters the picture Where she is both immature and na ve he is complicated and divided Her happiness becomes dependent on his smiles her misery decided by a harsh word Thanks to their age difference he s forgotten what this is like how raw and all consuming first love can be and he s careless with her feelings because of it He takes complete advantage of her throughout and I hated him almost from the point of his introduction The singular reason that he s ven attracted to her at all is because view spoilershe is the antithesis of his late wife hide spoiler Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley againThis is one of the famous lines in literature certainly it belongs in the same conversation as Call me Ishmael Even to people who have never read the book or seen the xcellent movie by Alfred Hitchcock might have a glimmer of recognition at the mention of a place called Manderley Daphne du Maurier leased a place called Menabilly which became the basis for the fictional Manderley Aren t we glad she changed the name Just say Manderley a few times and then say Menabilly a few times If you are like me you linger over the vowels and consonants of Manderley and with Menabilly you just want it off your tongue as uickly as possible Daphne du Maurier on the staircase at MenabillyThe narrator a young woman of 21 is never formally introduced to us She is a companion for an odious American woman named Mrs Van Hoppers They are in Monte Carlo and when Mrs Van Hoppers comes down with an illness inspired by boredom than by a virus or bacteria our narrator finds herself free to spend time with the widower Maximilian de Winter He is famous but his house Manderley is ven famous Parties on a Gatsby scale beautiful landscaping and of course the architecture of a grand English state have made Manderley a most coveted invitation Laurence Olivier as Maximilian de WinterAfter a whirlwind romance the dashing de Winter sweeps the impressionable young lady off her feet pries her loose from the services of Mrs Van Hoppers and marries her He is distant moody and yet charming like a father he is 42 than a husband but our young heroine is nad with the idea of being the mistress of Manderley Now she has a name Mrs de Winter and maybe to add a bit of obscurity to an already anemic personality du Maurier never shares her given name with us Daphne du Maurier and children at Menabilly the inspiration for ManderleyDaphne du Maurier comes from a famous family Her grandfather was the famous writer and Punch cartoonist George du Maurier Her father was a prominent stage manager named Sir Gerald du Maurier and her mother was the actress Muriel Beaumont Daphne had breeding brains and beauty which is used in reference to the character Rebecca as well and luckily du Maurier chose to do with this trilogy of assets than the character Du Maurier married Lieutenant General Sir Frederick Boy Browning whose xploits during Operation Market Garden were made into a film A Bridge too FarThe newly minted Mrs de Winter arrives at Manderley with nervous xcitement She is well aware of her shortcomings She is too shy too young too trusting and though she is pretty she can not compete with the legendary Rebecca de Winter and her haunting beauty Rebecca always Rebecca Wherever I walked in Manderley wherever I sat ven in my thought and in my dreams I met Rebecca I knew her figure now the long slim legs the small and narrow feet Her shoulders broader than mine the "CAPABLE CLEVER HANDS HANDS THAT COULD STEER A BOAT "clever hands Hands that could steer a boat hold a horse Hands that arranged flowers made the models of ships and wrote Max from Rebecca on the fly leaf of a book I knew her face too small and oval the clear white skin the cloud of dark hair I knew the scent she wore I could guess her laughter and her smile If I heard it The Perfect Christmas Gift even among a thousand others I should recognise her voice Rebecca always Rebecca I should never be rid of Rebecca Waiting for Mrs de Winter is the number one fan and torchbearer of Rebecca Mrs Danvers Despite the bestfforts of our young lady she is fighting a losing battle trying to win over Mrs Danvers by being deferential Mrs Danvers is loyal to the ghostly presence of Rebecca The Taste of Night even to the point of preserving her room and possessions as they were when she was alive The that the new Mrs de Winter concedes the less respect she feels she has to show to the new mistress of the house Mrs Danvers played by Judith Anderson and Mrs de Winter played by Joan Fontaine in the 1940 Alfred Hitchcock movie We stood there by the door staring at one another I could not take myyes away from hers How dark and sombre they were in that white skull s face of hers how malevolent how full of hatred You will feel yourself wanting to cheer as our heroine begins to gain confidence and as she begins to grow into her role we see Mrs Danvers start to diminish and with her the haunting presence of Rebecca Of course just as things start to go right things start to go very wrong I was really surprised to learn that an dition of Rebecca was used
as the key 
the key a code book by the Germans during World War Two It is not believed that the book was ver used for passing information because a captured radio section made the Germans suspect that the book as a code had been compromised Ken Follett used this idea in his book The Key to Rebecca Other influences of possibly du Maurier s most famous character creation show up in Stephen King s Bag of Bones when Mrs Danvers is portrayed as the boogeyman Jasper Ffordes clones an army of Mrs Danvers in his Thursday Next series that sends a chill down the backs of the characters of those books There is much made of flowers and landscaping in this book The English do love their rose gardens and when my backyard is in full bloom it is without reservation that I can share how much pleasure looking at and moving among that bounty of blooms gives me No wild flowers came in the house at Manderley He had special cultivated flowers grown for the house alone in the walled garden A rose was one of the few flowers he said that looked better picked than growing A bowl of roses in a drawing room had a depth of colour and scent they had not possessed in the open There was something rather blowsy about roses in full bloom something shallow and raucous like women with untidy hair In the house they became mysterious and subtle Daphne du MaurierYou will feel the building tension as du Maurier drops hints of something sinister surrounding the walls of Manderley For me the sign of a well written book is the fact that I was on the The Trust edge of my seat despite having watched the movie several times I wasnsnared by the plot feeling the same anxiety for the characters that I would have if they had been living breathing creatures in my own sphere of the universe The character studies xplored in this book have turned out to be an important addition to the hall of fame of literary characters You will not forget Mrs Danver s spiteful insidious behavior or the tortured Heathcliffesue Maximilian de Winter or the numerous supporting cast that adds color and substance to the shadows of the plot If you like gothic romance with your cup of Earl Grey you will find this book an indispensable part of your library kept ready to hand for those days when you want to be swept away from a dreary sky and a rain splattered window The road to Manderley lay ahead There was no moon The sky above our heads was inky black But the sky on the horizon was not dark at all It was shot with crimson like a splash of blood And the ashes blew towards us with the salt wind from the sea Check out my book and movie reviews at. Er Mrs DanversNot since Jane Eyre has a heroine faced such difficulty with the Other Woman An international bestseller that has never gone out of print Rebecca is the haunting story of a young girl consumed by love and the struggle to find her identi.

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