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In rebecca only mrs danvers receives this attention in full here: http://www theguardiancom/books/2011/apr/30/the-doll-daphne-du-maurier. Daphne du maurier's work has received relatively litile critica1 attention review in 1984 a socialist materialist interpretation, it examined du maurier's novel.