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MAURIER, D.: Rebecca (Abridged)

    

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MAURIER, D.: Rebecca (Abridged)

‘Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.’ These famous words open the most popular novel by Daphne du Maurier, the story of an intense romance set in a mysterious house in Cornwall. Its unforgettable atmosphere and tension has transformed it from a popular romance on the page and on film to become a modern classic. Here, it is presented in a new and absorbing recording by Emma Fielding.



Disc 1

  Rebecca
1.   Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again 00:04:44
2.   We can never go back again, that much is certain 00:04:15
3.   I wonder what my life would be today... 00:05:33
4.   "What brings you here" 00:04:31
5.   The morning after the bridge party 00:04:15
6.   There was a strange air of unreality about that luncheon... 00:04:50
7.   Mine was a happy mood that afternoon... 00:04:12
8.   What gulf of years stretched between him and that other time... 00:03:58
9.   I am glad that it cannot happen twice... 00:04:44
10.   I did not notice the slowing down of the car... 00:05:59
11.   Packing up 00:03:32
12.   "You haven't started a cold, have you" 00:05:52
13.   We went up in the lift to the first floor... 00:02:39
14.   I went to Mrs Van Hopper... 00:03:34
15.   We came to Manderley in early May... 00:04:25
16.   We went together up the flight of steps 00:04:04
17.   I got up slowly... 00:04:08
18.   I could see she despised me... 00:03:35


Disc 2

  Rebecca
1.   I had never realized, of course... 00:04:24
2.   I turned away into the hall again... 00:03:04
3.   And when the telephone rang... 00:04:44
4.   When I heard the sound of the car in the drive 00:03:19
5.   I stood for a moment outside the morning - room... 00:03:47
6.   At that moment the door opened 00:04:19
7.   We watched the car disappear round the sweep of the drive... 00:04:02
8.   We threw more stones... 00:04:13
9.   I wondered if there was any string in the boat - house... 00:03:08
10.   I went across the shingle 00:03:35
11.   I walked slowly across the hall to the library 00:04:06
12.   I could not forget the white, lost look in Maxim's eyes 00:03:27
13.   In the car going home I sat in my corner 00:05:10
14.   I did not see much of Mrs Danvers 00:04:16
15.   Frith left the room and we were alone again 00:03:18
16.   She went out of the room... 00:04:38
17.   Maxim had to go up to London at the end of June 00:04:23
18.   As I wandered across the lawn to the terrace 00:03:41
19.   The man wheeled round suddenly and saw me 00:04:52
20.   He walked out on to the drive... 00:02:51


Disc 3

  Rebecca
1.   I was uncertain which way to go 00:04:45
2.   Then I heard a step behind me 00:05:42
3.   Her fingers tightened on my arm 00:04:44
4.   It was one Sunday, I remember... 00:03:55
5.   In the evening, when I was changing for dinner... 00:03:09
6.   The great day dawned misty and overcast... 00:05:24
7.   The band were changed... 00:04:51
8.   I began tearing at the hooks of my dress... 00:03:52
9.   I felt I had forfeited her sympathy by my refusal to go down 00:02:51
10.   I think I fell asleep a little after seven 00:03:18
11.   I could not go on sitting in my bedroom any longer 00:03:54
12.   I passed through the door to the west wing... 00:04:47
13.   I stood before her helplessly 00:02:59
14.   She pushed me towards the open window 00:03:56
15.   It was Maxim 00:03:22
16.   I left him and walked towards the path through the woods... 00:06:14
17.   Maxim was standing by the window 00:05:10
18.   I was aware of no feeling at all... 00:06:37


Disc 4

  Rebecca
1.   He lit a cigarette... 00:04:41
2.   I came back after dinner... 00:06:49
3.   I could hear the murmer of Maxim's voice in the little room beyond 00:03:32
4.   At five minutes to one I heard the sound of a car in the drive... 00:04:30
5.   The inquest was to be on the Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock 00:06:07
6.   The policeman was bending over me... 00:04:07
7.   I did not hear Frith come in at the door 00:03:52
8.   The door opened and Maxim came into the room... 00:04:35
9.   Maxim walked slowly across the room 00:04:28
10.   "You have just made a serious accusation against de Winter." 00:03:37
11.   Ben stepped awkwardly into the room 00:04:25
12.   At last she was silent again 00:05:47
13.   Mrs Danvers shook her head slowly 00:04:12
14.   When I awoke the next morning... 00:06:53
15.   We went and stood by the car 00:04:44
16.   It was quiet and happy and friendly in the restaurant 00:03:40
17.   I climbed over and sat beside him... 00:02:32

Total Playing Time: 05:16:08






Author(s):
Maurier, Daphne du

Reader(s):
Fielding, Emma

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: NA432312

Barcode: 9789626343234

Physical Release: 10/2004

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