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Daphne du Maurier
Since the huge success of her early novel Rebecca, Daphne du Maurier has rarely been out of the best-seller lists. The other novels in the same romantic tradition - Jamaica Inn, My Cousin Rachel, French-man's Creek, The House on the Strand - do almost as well. WILFRED DE'ATH takes a critical look at this remarkable literary phenomenon and talks to Daphne du Maurier herself and to RONALD BRYDEN. MONICA DICKENS, HILARY SPURLING , and COLIN WILSON.
Readers ANDREW SACHS DEBORAH DALLAS
Produced bv ALAN HAYDOCK
(Wilfred De'Ath writes on p 14)
ContributorsUnknown: Ronald Bryden.
Unknown: Hilary Spurling
Readers: Colin Wilson.
Readers: Andrew Sachs