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Curtis Brown

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Virago Press

Virago Press publishes almost the entire du Maurier backlist and is the outstanding international publisher of women's literature and the largest women's imprint in the world.

J.M. Barrie

Andrew Birkinís amazing website sharing all he knows about J.M. Barrie, the Llewelyn Davies family and the du Mauriers.

Learn Cornish in Cornwall

Julie Tamblin has created a language school which provides a place for the exploration and enjoyment of the Cornish language, Cornish dialect and Cornish literature as dynamic cultural issues.† She has designed a range of both structured and semi-structured courses which offer opportunities to learn, and to learn about, the Cornish language and to explore Cornish literature.† The literature courses include an historical overview and an in depth exploration of the work of writers such as Daphne du Maurier, Charles Causley, Alan Kent and others.

Learn English in Cornwall

Julie offers special tailor-made courses on the English language for our visitors from abroad who would like to improve their English at the same time as exploring the work of Daphne du Maurier and other writers on Cornwall, and the landscape that inspires these writers. Julie is delighted to welcome to Cornwall people with an interest in Daphne du Maurier and other writers on Cornwall.

Helen Doe - Maritime History Research

Helen is descended from the Slade family of Polruan, which was the inspiration for Daphne du Maurierís first novel The Loving Spirit. She is a historian, writer and lecturer and on her website you will find examples of information found during her research on various projects. It mainly covers the days of sail in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in England, with an emphasis on the south west.


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