Essay in the Dublin Review of Books about Du Maurier's Rebecca
We very much enjoyed reading this essay on Du Maurier's Rebecca, 'Manderley, again', written by Lia Mills in the Dublin Review of Books. Mills writes: 'One reason for Rebecca’s success is that it tells a good story, in the classic, narrative-driven sense – the sort of story at which it has become quite fashionable to sneer. Another is that the reader is never entirely sure exactly what is going on beneath the thrilling surface.' We are delighted that Rebecca is continuing to receive such great reviews in its 80th anniversary year and that it's brilliance is being recognised by critics.