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Daphne du Maurier

UK flag (1907 - 1989)
Granddaughter of George Du Maurier

Dame Daphne du Maurier was a novelist and playwright whose famous works Rebecca and The Birds were made into films by Alfred Hitchcock. IN THESE GROUPS Famous Taureans Famous People Born in London, England Famous People Born in United Kingdom Famous People Born on May 13

Daphne du Maurier was born on May 13, 1907, in London, England, the daughter of actor-manager Sir Gerald du Maurier. She was a poular novelist known for her suspenseful, romantic and sometimes supernatural plots. Her best known works are Rebecca and The Birds, both adapted to film by Alfred Hitchcock. Du Maurier was made a Dame Commander in the Order of the British Empire in 1969. She died in 1981 in Par, Cornwall, England.

Genres: Horror
Non fiction
Anthologies containing stories by Daphne du Maurier
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Short stories
The Little Photographer
The Escort (1940)
The Apple Tree [short story] (1952)
The Birds [short story] (1952)
Kiss Me Again, Stranger [short story] (1952)
Monte Verita (1952)
The Old Man (1952)
Split Second [short story] (1952)
The Blue Lenses (1959)
The Chamois (1959)
The Pool (1959)
Don't Look Now [short story] (1966)
A Border-Line Case (1971)
Not After Midnight (1971)
The Way of the Cross (1971)

Books about Daphne du Maurier
Daphne du Maurier recommends
The Bear's Whelp (1978)
(Autobiography of Robert Dudley, book 1)
Derek Wilson
"A delightful historical novel."

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