Sally Beauman

Standard Name: Beauman, Sally

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Intertextuality and Influence Daphne Du Maurier
Rebecca was DDM 's best known work, earning her massive profits, and it has become one of the most widely read novels of all time.
Kelly, Richard. Daphne du Maurier. Twayne, 1987.
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The Times Literary Supplement reviewer wrote: In its kind...
Literary responses Julia O'Faolain
The question that first grabbed the attention of reviewers was that of whether JOF could equal her famous father, or whether it was just his name that had made her noticed. Sally Beauman , reviewing...
Literary responses E. H. Young
Mary Ross found in this novel a quality of humanism and the play of an intelligence which understands and accepts the emotions.
Mezei, Kathy, and Chiara Briganti. “’She must be a very good novelist’: Rereading E. H. Young (1880-1949)”. English Studies in Canada, No. 3, pp. 303 - 31.
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Ironically, while The Spectator reviewer attributed to EHYtoo studious an acquaintanceship...
Reception Daphne Du Maurier
DDM found a champion in her fellow novelist Margaret Forster , who published a biography in 15 March 1993 and later wrote the entry on her in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Forster...
Textual Features E. H. Young
This novel, like the several that follow it, investigates the contested social terrain on the lower borders of the middle class in the imaginary city of Radstowe. Miss Mole, a sharply witty spinster in reduced...
Textual Production Susan Hill
In Mrs. de Winter, SH provided a sequel to Daphne Du Maurier 's novel Rebecca.
Sally Beauman does something similar in her Rebecca's Tale, 2001.
King, Florence. The Florence King Reader. St Martin’s Press, 1995.
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“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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Hill, Susan. Mrs. de Winter. Sinclair-Stevenson, 1993.
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