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Rebecca af Daphne du Maurier
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Rebecca (original 1938; udgave 2007)

af Daphne du Maurier (Forfatter)

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16,989520217 (4.22)3 / 1596
Roman om en ung engelsk herregårdsfrue, hvis tilværelse forpestes ved minderne om mandens første kone og mystikken omkring hendes død.
Medlem:Redlesley
Titel:Rebecca
Forfattere:Daphne du Maurier (Forfatter)
Info:Virago (2007)
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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Nøgleord:Ingen

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Rebecca af Daphne du Maurier (Author) (1938)

  1. 356
    Jane Eyre af Charlotte Brontë (chrisharpe, fannyprice, ladybug74, HollyMS, lottpoet)
    chrisharpe: There are some similarities between these two books: a young woman marries an older widower and moves to his mansion, where the marriage is challenged by the unearthly presence of the first wife.
    fannyprice: These two books reminded me a lot of each other but Rebecca was more modern and somewhat less preachy.
    HollyMS: Since Rebecca was published, observers have noticed that it has parallels to Jane Eyre. Both are dark stories about young women who marry wealthy Englishmen.
    lottpoet: I can see the bones of Jane Eyre in Rebecca
  2. 212
    My Cousin Rachel af Daphne Du Maurier (HollyMS, EllieH)
    HollyMS: Daphne Du Maurier's My Cousin Rachel has a similar theme as Rebecca.
  3. 131
    Jamaicakroen af Daphne Du Maurier (katie4098)
  4. 143
    Den trettende fortælling af Diane Setterfield (citygirl)
  5. 90
    Lady Audley's Secret af Mary Elizabeth Braddon (kiwiflowa, lahochstetler)
  6. 90
    The Woman in White af Wilkie Collins (starfishian)
  7. 91
    The Scapegoat af Daphne Du Maurier (lois1)
  8. 70
    Lorna Doone af R. D. Blackmore (Sylak)
    Sylak: Another saga set against a hauntingly beautiful landscape - but this time its in Exmoor.
  9. 82
    We Have Always Lived in the Castle af Shirley Jackson (teelgee)
  10. 50
    Thornyhold af Mary Stewart (whymaggiemay)
    whymaggiemay: Although I believe that du Maurier was the better writer, Thornyhold and many others by Mary Stewart give the same suspenseful feeling.
  11. 51
    Don't Look Now af Daphne Du Maurier (Z-Ryan, cometahalley)
  12. 51
    Den glemte have af Kate Morton (DaraBrooke)
  13. 84
    Fruen på Mellyn af Victoria Holt (kraaivrouw, FutureMrsJoshGroban, Headinherbooks_27)
  14. 30
    Freedom and Necessity af Steven Brust (bjappleg8)
    bjappleg8: first person narrative; ambiguous supernatural elements; slow unravelling of a mystery in a historical British setting
  15. 30
    Den niende gåde af Mary Stewart (Headinherbooks_27)
  16. 42
    A Sucessora af Carolina Nabuco (HollyMS, Anonym bruger)
    HollyMS: When Rebecca came out, there were accusations that Daphne du Maurier had plagiarized A sucessora (The Sucessor) by Brazilian author Carolina Nabuco. Read it and decide for yourself.
  17. 20
    Vera af Elizabeth von Arnim (bell7)
  18. 10
    Bal masque af Elia Barceló (spiphany)
  19. 10
    Alena af Rachel Pastan (TheLittlePhrase)
  20. 21
    Vanishing Cornwall af Daphne du Maurier (Z-Ryan)

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Excellent. Suspense plus wonderful writing makes This a perfect short read. ( )
  dugmel | Apr 24, 2021 |
Originally I decided to read this based on a YT recommendation for Halloween reads. I barely got through the first 1/3 of the book because I felt it was as slow as molasses to start off. However, based on recent updates and movie releases that have intrigued me further, I will be trying this book again. ( )
  The_Literary_Jedi | Apr 20, 2021 |
Wow! Lots of detail. Really suspenseful. Interesting plot twists. I was invested all the way to the end. But I can't believe du Maurier concluded the novel like that. I was like,"What, that's it? But...but..." I mean, what happened next? Man. ( )
  Trisarey | Apr 18, 2021 |
I finished Rebecca a couple of days ago and had since been thinking of it as I intended to write a review in here. Then, this morning I opened a book at random - [b:Simple Abundance: A Daybook of Comfort and Joy|748862|Simple Abundance A Daybook of Comfort and Joy|Sarah Breathnach|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1177997799s/748862.jpg|276238] by Sarah Ban Breathnach – and there, under the entry for May 26 (I did open this at random), I found this quote from Rebecca:

This was a woman’s room, graceful, fragile, the room of someone who had chosen every particle of furniture with great care, so that each chair, each vase, each small infinitesimal thing should be in harmony with one another and with her own personality. It was as though she who had arranged this room has said: “This I will have, and this, and this,’ taking piece by piece from the treasures in Manderley each object that pleased her best, ignoring the second-rate, the mediocre, laying her hand with sure and certain instinct only upon the best.


I love when I experience such moments of literary serendipity. It was almost uncanny that I had found this specific quote, as I remember it well from when I heard it (oh yes, I listened to it in audio). The young Mrs. De Winter was describing the previous Mrs. De Winter’s morning room, and I remember thinking what great power of description Daphne Du Maurie had: while bringing this room to life she was also telling us so much about the deceased Rebecca.

The book is a long monologue by young Mrs. DeWinter, of whom we never learn her first name, only that it was unusual. But through her narration we are enveloped by the beauty of Manderley, a place that is as much a character in this book as the people in it, and we started to learn of all of the other characters. Here again Daphne Du Maurier surprised me. The characters are multi-dimensional, full of flaws, but through their shortcomings: Maxim’s pride, Mrs. Danver’s revengefulness and grief, and even Rebecca’s egocentricity ‘ they became more human in our eyes.

I should say that I had trouble finding sympathy for young Mrs. De Winter though. I realize she was young, naïve and in love, and that she was put into a completely dysfunctional situation yet I wanted to shake her a few times. Maybe my lack of kindness comes not from lack of familiarity with her situation, but because I do see myself in the mirror here. No, I never married a widower with an overbearing housekeeper, but I have been in situations where I was the new arrival, the new kid in the block, the junior employee in the office, the new member of the board, the new bride, the young mother, the new person joining an internet group… and I blundered. I hesitated because of fear or because I wanted to be accepted and I only made things worst.

This is getting long, but I have more to say about this book. I liked that it defies genre. It was a romance, but had such gothic elements to it, then it veered very close into mystery terrain. More than anything it was a very sharp commentary into class relation and British society of the period. I dare say that Du Maurier is as discriminating as Jane Austen in social commentary. The difference being that in Austen’s writing the social commentary is at the center of her stories, where Daphne Du Maurier puts it at the background, almost part of the scenery she describes so well.

I don’t know why it took me so long to read Daphne Du Maurier, but I am very glad I finally did.

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  RosanaDR | Apr 15, 2021 |
In the end, what is all the fuss about? A bit creaky like a dodgy conventional 1930s film. ( )
  adrianburke | Mar 28, 2021 |
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'You see,' she said, snapping the top, and walking down the stairs, 'you are so very different from Rebecca.'
We came to Manderley in early May, arriving, so Maxim said, with the first swallows and the bluebells. It would be the best moment, before the full flush of summer, and in the valley the azaleas would be prodigal of scent and the blood-red rhododendrons in bloom.
Forget it, Mrs. de Winter, forget it, as he has done, thank heaven, and the rest of us. We none of us want to bring back the past, Maxim least of all. And it's up to you, you know, to lead us away from it. Not to take us back there again.
If only there could be an invention that bottled up a memory, like scent. And it never faded, and it never got stale. And then, when one wanted it, the bottle could be uncorked, and it would be like living the moment all over again.
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