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Rebecca unlined notebook

Rebecca unlined notebook

Using the cover artwork of our much-loved Virago Modern Classics hardback range, these elegant notebooks celebrate three of our most popular titles: Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier; Excellent Women by Barbara Pym and Valley of the Dolls by Jacqueline Susann. They are a must-have for all Virago fans, and are surely the most stylish way of collecting notes on your favourite books. Or maybe it will inspire you to write a novel of your own . . .

Each notebook features a ribbon bookmark, high-quality paper and matching endpapers.

Rebecca and Excellent Women feature artwork by award-winning textile designer Neisha Crosland: http://www.neishacrosland.com

Valley of the Dolls features artwork by textile designer and founder of Biba, Barbara Hulanicki: http://www.barbarahulanickidesign.com
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On Sale: 26th November 2015

Price: £12.99

ISBN-13: 9780349007694

Reviews

What she did was build emotional landscapes that can be entered at will, in which difficult and untamable desires were given free rein. Maybe because of her relationship with gender, she was able to make worlds in which people and even houses are mysterious and mutable, not as they seem; haunted rooms in which disembodied spirits sometimes dance at absolute liberty
Olivia Laing, Guardian
From the opening sentence - "Last night I dreamed I went to Manderley again" - to the final - "And the ashes blew towards us with the salt wind from the sea" - I was hooked ... Rebecca is one of the underrated classics of the 20th century ... Rebecca is a masterpiece in which du Maurier pulls off several spectacular high-wire acts that many great writers wouldn't attempt
Jim Crace, Guardian
It is the greatest psychological thriller of all time. I see du Maurier as a forerunner to Patricia Highsmith, Ruth Rendell, Gillian Flynn: she is the giant whose magnificent shoulders the rest of us stand upon
Erin Kelly
Her masterpiece . . . Seldom has a dead woman exercised such power beyond the grave. Rebecca will live for ever because du Maurier touches a fearful nerve, buried deep in the unconscious
Kate Saunders, The Times
A mesmerising novel which reveals more on each reading
Helen Dunmore