Du Maurier


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Du Maurier

1. Dame Daphne. 1907--89, English novelist; author of Rebecca (1938) and My Cousin Rachel (1951)
2. her grandfather, George Louis Palmella Busson . 1834--96, English novelist, caricaturist, and illustrator; author of Peter Ibbetson (1891) and Trilby (1894)
3. his son, Sir Gerald (Hubert Edward). 1873--1934, British actor-manager: father of Daphne Du Maurier
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Thus, du Maurier's "Captain von Liebenheim of the 5th Uhlans of the Guard of His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Germany" eventually appeared as "Prince Yoland, Captain in the Black Dragoons of Her Imperial Majesty the Empress of the North" (Hiley 220; du Maurier 44).
Falle mai dyna oedd Daphne du Maurier yn ei olygu pan ddywedodd fod ei Chernyw hi yn brysur ddiflannu.
Horner, Avril and Sue Zlosnik 2000: 'Daphne du Maurier and Gothic Signatures: Rebecca as Vamp(ire)'.
Willmore said, "I have had a long interest in Daphne du Maurier and I collect examples of her work from old magazines or journals in the UK or America.
Gerald du Maurier later played both Raffles and Bulldog Drummond.
Yet, the medieval image of the mythic Jew-devil who is never actually-encountered in real life had so persisted and was so deeply lodged in the collective folklore of European Christendom that it did not take too great a leap of imagination for Du Maurier to transform one of his best friends into the demonic Jew.
SINCE DANCE does not enjoy as high a profile in Canada as theater or music, it has rarely attracted the kind of du Maurier money enjoyed by Toronto's World Stage Theatre Festival or Winnipeg's New Music Festival.
For Auerbach, one of the founding mothers of contemporary feminist criticism, the distinctly anti-feminist du Maurier has been something of a guilty pleasure.
Of course, since the tragedy of Othello precedes the popular fiction of Rebecca by more than 300 years, it is only through retrospect that those elements defined as "Gothic" can be applied to Shakespeare's play Clearly, however, they are elements that du Maurier responded to, whether consciously or unconsciously, as revealed in her childhood memories of the "many prints from Shakespeare's plays scattered about the house, mostly up the green staircase.
WHEN Daphne du Maurier died in 1989, The New York Times obituary identified her solely as "the author of Rebecca and other highly popular Gothic and romantic novels.
Laura Davies and Catriona Matthew mounted a strong British challenge in the second round of the final major of the women's season - the du Maurier Classic in Calgary.
As the first of four LPGA majors (along with the du Maurier Classic, McDonald's LPGA Championship and U.