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Rebecca

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Rebecca is a 1938 Gothic novel by English author Dame Daphne du Maurier. It concerns an unnamed young woman who impetuously marries a wealthy widower, only to discover that he and his household are haunted by the memory of his late first wife, the title character. A best-seller which has never gone out of print, Rebecca sold 2.8 million copies between its publication in 1938 and 1965. It has been adapted numerous times for stage and screen, including a 1939 play by du Maurier herself, the film Rebecca (1940), directed by Alfred Hitchcock, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture, and the 2020 remake directed by Ben Wheatley for Netflix. The novel is remembered especially for the character Mrs. Danvers, the fictional estate Manderley, and its opening line: "Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again."
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original title: Rebecca
language: English
date of publication: 1938
genre: crime novel, romance novel, gothic fiction
narrative location: Monaco, United Kingdom
characters: Mrs. Danvers
followed by: Rebecca's Tale

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    language: English
    date of publication: 2007

    ISBN-13:978-1-84408-038-0
    ISBN-10:1-84408-038-2

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    language: English
    date of publication: 1997

    ISBN-13:978-0-380-73040-7
    ISBN-10:0-380-73040-5

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  • Rebecca

    language: English
    date of publication: 1976

    ISBN-13:978-0-330-24709-2
    ISBN-10:0-330-24709-3

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    language: English

    ISBN-13:978-1-84408-879-9
    ISBN-10:1-84408-879-0

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  • Rebecca

    language: English
    date of publication: 1971

    ISBN-13:978-0-380-77855-3
    ISBN-10:0-380-77855-6

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