Available at Bookends
Bookends of Fowey is the leading stockist of all works by, and relating to, Daphne du Maurier.
We always stock an excellent range of Daphne du Maurierís novels, short stories, plays and biographies in a number of different formats and a range of prices. This can include rare examples of Daphne du Maurierís works, signed copies and interesting items of ephemera. We also have a range of biographies and other books providing information about Daphne du Maurier, her family and associates, copies of the works of George du Maurier and Angela du Maurier and theatre programmes, postcards and other ephemera relating to Gerald and Muriel du Maurier.
On this page we will show you a changing selection of the various items that we have available for sale.
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A scarce copy of A Fowey Garland by Sir Arthur Quiller-CouchSir Arthur Quiller-Couch wrote two small books specifically to raise money for the Cottage Hospital in Fowey. They were called A Fowey Garland (1898) and My Best Book (1912). Each book was published in a limited edition of 300 copies and were signed and numbered by their author. They were sold to raise money for the Fowey Cottage Hospital Bazaar on the two years of their publication. These books are difficult to find. We currently have copy number 70/300 of A Fowey Garland for sale.
Daphne du Maurierís works in signed editionsBookends has taken a small collection of signed Daphne du Maurier books into stock. The collection includes fiction, short stories and biography. Each book is signed with the words Ė ĎBest Wishes from Daphne du Maurierí on the title page. The copy of The Winding Stair: Francis Bacon, His Rise and Fall is a first edition; the other books are all later editions. All the books are in good plus to very good condition, with very little sign of use. We are offering you an excellent opportunity to buy a signed edition Daphne du Maurier title at a realistic price.
Forever England: Femininity, Literature and Conservatism Between the Wars In Forever England, the author, Alison Light argues that we cannot make sense of Englishness between the wars, or understand the changes within literary culture, unless we recognise how much ideas of national identity were bound up with notions of femininity and private life. She discusses the novels of Ivy Compton-Burnett, Agatha Christy and Daphne du Maurier. This is quite a difficult book to find and is an important text for those with a serious interest in Daphne du Maurier.