Manderley


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Manderley

place of Maxim de Winter’s unhappy marriage, and of his happy one, goes up in flames. [Br. Lit.: D. duMaurier Rebecca in Magill I, 806]
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But then the set is bare, a disappointment to those hoping for the grandeur of Manderley. And there are few costume changes.
In case you've forgotten: "Rebecca" tells the story of a young, timid English bride, circa the 1930s, who follows her new husband Maxim to his creepy country estate, Manderley. Everything and everyone at Manderley serve as constant reminders of Maxim's first (now dead) wife, the witty, well-bred and unforgettably beautiful Rebecca.
Elisabeth Dermot Walsh stars with Havers as his new wife who is taken to Manderley, the place of first wife Rebecca's death, and starts to unravel a past that is not all it seems.
To the wider public, Susan Hill was perhaps best known for her novel, Mrs de Winter, a daring and a largely successful sequel to Daphne Du Maurier's Rebecca, advancing the story from the fire at Manderley.
It's one of the most famous lines in romantic fiction: "Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again ..."
Unite's Sean McKeever said: "Manderley Food Group is behaving with complete disrespect to their Tayto workforce.
Happily in Romantic Moderns, Harris describes Manderley as a house, "full of accusing furniture and macabre secrets, where its new occupant feels she is continually trespassing."
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The gated development planned at Manderley, will have just five villas, including the estate's original house, which is currently undergoing an extensive refurbishment.
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That has led to some strong performances, particularly from Severn Thompson as the young bride brought to the vast Manderley estate by the mysterious and older Maxim.
Last night you'll dream you went to Manderley again when a new print of the old master's Rebecca is released.