Tag Archives: gothic fiction

Page to Screen: My Cousin Rachel.

It was my idea, after all. Lately as we’ve seen readers and filmgoers gobbling up great twisty psychological suspense such as Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train, I kept thinking they should make a fresh version Daphne Du Maurier’s … Continue reading

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The New Gothic Novel

In the 1970s “gothic” fiction book covers featured a girl in a diaphanous gown running away from a castle/mansion at night — during a storm. Perhaps Daphne Du Maurier’s Rebecca is the most famous of the older gothic novels. In … Continue reading

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