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Stylistic analysis of the part of the novel "Rebecca" by Daphne Du Maurier
Daph e Du Maurier (13 May 1907–19 April 1989) was bor i Lo do . She came from a ar is ic family. Her fa her was he ac or-ma ager Sir Gerald Du Maurier a d she was he gra ddaugh er of carica uris George Du Maurier. O e of her a ces ors was Mary A e Clarke, he mis ress of he duke of York, seco d so of Ki g George III. She la er became he heroi e of Du Maurier's ovel MARY A E (1954). I 1831 Mary A e Clarke's daugh er married Louis-Ma huri Busso Du Maurier. HE GLASS-BLOWERS (1963) was a ovel abou he Busso family. Her ow fa her she por rayed i GERALD (1934). Du Maurier grew up i a lively Lo do household where frie ds like J.M. Barrie a d Edgar Wallace visi ed freque ly. Her u cle, a magazi e edi or, published o e of her s ories whe she was a ee ager a d go her a li erary age . Du Maurier a e ded schools i Lo do , Meudo , Fra ce, a d Paris. I her childhood she was a voracious reader, she was fasci a ed by imagi ary worlds a d developed a male al er ego for herself. Du Maurier also had a male arra or i several ovels. She wro e he firs s ory ‘ he hirs ys’ whe she was jus 13 years old. Her firs book, HE LOVI G SPIRI , appeared i 1931. his ovel played a mai role i her life. O e ma was so impressed wi h his ovel ha he decided o go o Cor wall i order o mee a au hor perso ally – ha ma was Daph e’s fu ure husba d. I was followed by JAMAICA I (1936), a his orical ale of smugglers, which was bough for he movies, a d direc ed by Alfred Hi chcock - la er Hi chcock also used her shor s ory ' he Birds', a e se ale of a ure ur i g o huma i y. FRE CHMA 'S CREEK, a pira e roma ce, was filmed i 1944. MY COUSI RACHEL (1951) was made i o film i 1952. he s ory exami ed how a ma may be ma ipula ed by a woma , who perhaps has murdered her husba d. Besides popular ovels Du Maurier published shor s ories, plays a d biographies, amo g o hers Bra well Bro л's, he bro her of sis ers A e, Charlo e, a d Emily. Her biography of Fra cis Baco , a E glish s a esma i he 1500s a d 1600s, appeared i 1976. Du Maurier's au obiography, GROWI G PAI S, was published whe she was 70. I he la e 1950s, Du Maurier bega o ake i eres i he super a ural. Duri g his period she wro e several s ories, which explored fears a d para oid fa asies, amo g hem ' he Pool', i which a you g girl glimpses a magical world i he woods, bu is la er barred from i , a d ' he Blue Le ses', i which a woma sees everyo e arou d her havi g he head of a a imal. I 1970 appeared her seco d collec io of shor s ories, O AF ER MID IGH , which i cluded 'Do ' Look ow', a ale se i Ve ice, i volvi g a psychic old lady, a ma wi h he six h se se, a d a murderous dwarf. I is difficul o defi e o which li erary curre he crea ivi y of Du Maurier ca be co cer ed. Despi e - or perhaps due o - her imme se populari y, Du Maurier was lo g regarded as a resolu ely middlebrow au hor. However, rece cri icism focusi g o he Freudia a d Ju gia sub ex s of her books has forced a reappraisal of her ca o . Al hough ma y of her ovels rely o he rappi gs of he roma ce, a lo of her bes works ra sce d he ge re o achieve a powerful psychological realism, he o hers ca have he fea ures of fa asy, hriller, his ory ovel a d he ovel of suspe se, mys icism, psychological or social drama.
So her works co sis of he sy hesis of differe ge res a d he eleme almos of every li erary curre . I my perso al opi io he Daph e’s crea ivi y ca be rela ed o ew-roma icism. I 1932 Du Maurier married o Lieu e a Colo el Frederick Ar hur Mo ague Brow i g II, who was k igh ed for his dis i guished service duri g World War II. hey were happily married for hir y- hree years a d had hree childre ; Brow i g died i 1965. Du Maurier was made dame i 1969 for her li erary dis i c io . She died o April 19, 1989. he ovel REBECCA is amo g he mos memorable i we ie h-ce ury li era ure. he s ory ce ers o a you g a d imid heroi e. Her life is made u s able by her s ra gely behavi g husba d, Maxim de Wi er, whom she jus have married. Maxim is a weal hy widower. His wife Rebecca has died i mys erious circums a ces. His house is ruled by Mrs. Da vers, he housekeeper. She has made Rebecca's room a shri e. Du Maurier focuses o he fears a d fa asies of he ew wife, who eve ually lear s, ha her husba d did o love his former wife, a cruel, egois ical woma . O e of he mai images of he ovel a ma or Ma derley. Whe Daph e Du Maurier was a child she we o s ay a a house called Mil o . I was a huge house a d very gra d wi h a vas e ra ce hall, ma y rooms a d a comma di g housekeeper. Daph e liked he house, feeli g a home here a d held i i her memory. As a you g adul Daph e discovered Me abilly, he home of he Rashleigh family, si ua ed jus ou side Fowey i Cor wall. I was a large house hidde away dow a lo g driveway wi h vas grou ds surrou ded by woodla d a d a pa hway leadi g dow o a co age es led beside he sea. Daph e would visi he house of e , respassi g i he grou ds. he house was emp y a d eglec ed bu she loved i . Much la er Daph e was o live a Me abilly a d do much of her wri i g here a d her love for Me abilly was o las her a life ime. I was a combi a io of hese wo houses ha became Ma derley, he house a he ce re of Daph e Du Mauriers ovel Rebecca, which ope s wi h he famous li es: “Las igh I dream I we o Ma derley agai ” Daph e s ar ed o wri e REBECCA i he la e summer of 1937. Her husba d had bee pos ed o Egyp as comma di g officer of he 2 d ba alio of he Gre adier Guards a d she had lef her wo li le girls essa a d Flavia i E gla d wi h heir a y while she accompa ied him. his e forced separa io from her beloved Cor wall mus have caused Daph e o ur her hough s o wri i g a ovel se i ha area a d al hough she could o k ow i a he ime, she was wri i g he book ha was o become her mos famous work. he book was comple ed whe her husba d was pos ed back o Aldersho a d he family were reu i ed i a house called Greyfriars ear Flee i Hampshire. REBECCA was published i April 1938. he ce ral charac er is he seco d wife of Maxim de Wi er. he ovel begi s wi h her reflec i g o a dream she has had abou Ma derley a d as she remembers her dream he s ory u folds. he charac er is ever amed bu she ells he s ory i he firs perso a d is radi io ally referred o as he arra or. he s ory begi s i Mo e Carlo where a rich America woma called Mrs Va Hopper is s ayi g wi h her paid compa io , he you g a d i experie ced arra or.
Mrs Va Hopper discovers ha Maxim de Wi er is s ayi g a he same ho el a d is eager o mee him, as a air of mys ery a d sad ess is said o surrou d him si ce he rece dea h of his wife Rebecca. Maxim a d he arra or ge o k ow o e a o her. he arra or hi ks Maxim is wo derful bu his is wice her age a d much more experie ced i life ha her a d despi e he fac ha hey go ou oge her every day a d spe d a lo of ime oge her she hi ks Maxim is jus bei g ki d o her. Whe Mrs Va Hopper sudde ly decides o leave Mo e Carlo, Maxim asks he arra or o marry him a d she accep s. he Maxim akes he arra or home o Ma derley his cou ry es a e i Cor wall So his mys erious life s ory of ew Mrs de Wi er bega . I he Chris ia Scie ce Mo i or, Sep ember 14 h 1938 page 12, V S Pri che reviewed REBECCA for he America public. He said ha i had received fabulous reviews i E gla d, readi g almos like adver isi g copy. He he we o o say ha i would be absurd o make a fuss abou REBECCA, which would be here oday a d go e omorrow like he res of publici y’s mas erpieces. How wro g he was, REBECCA became he mos famous of all Daph e Du Maurier’s ovels a d is s ill he o e ha she is bes remembered for. Daph e could ever u ders a d i s populari y sayi g ha i was simply a s udy i jealousy. wo years la er, i was made i o a fabulous four-s ar movie direc ed by Alfred Hi chcock (his firs America film) s ari g Joa Fo ai e, Laure ce Olivier, George Sa ders a d Judi h A derso . I wo Academy Awards for Bes Pic ure a d Ci ema ography. REBECCA has bee variously described, firs ly as a example of he Ci derella s ory bu wi h he ce ral charac er bei g helped from rags o riches by he older ma who marries her ra her ha he more radi io al help of a fairy godmo her. REBECCA has also bee described as he firs major go hic roma ce i he 20 h ce ury. I cer ai ly co ai s all he eleme s of he grea go hic ovel a d had of e bee compared o ‘Ja e Eyre’ by Charlo e Bro e, wi h he house so s ro gly i flue ced by he previous occupa , he broodi g hero i he shape of Maxim, he mad woma i he shape of Mrs Da vers, he growi g e sio , a d fi ally he house des royed by fire. here is a o her school of hough ha believes he Rebecca, Maxim, arra or ria gle is a reproduc io of he rela io ship be wee Daph e Du Maurier a d her fa her a d mo her or perhaps Daph e, her husba d a d his previous fia cйe. he love ha Daph e a d her fa her Gerald had for o e a o her is well docume ed, as is he less comfor able rela io ship ha Daph e had wi h her mo her. I has bee sugges ed ha he you ger woma ’s s ruggle o feel secure i he older ma s love because of he i flue ce of he more sophis ica ed a d successful REBECCA comes from he rela io ship Daph e had wi h her pare s. A o her similar sugges io comes from he fac ha her husba d had bee e gaged o a very beau iful a d self-assured woma before he k ew Daph e a d al hough his rela io ship was called off, Daph e was co sumed wi h jealousy a d doub ed ha he could love her as much as he had loved he o her woma . I seems likely ha his woma may well have bee developed o crea e he charac er of Rebecca.
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