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As Daphne du Maurier finished her novel she said to herself So it was A finished novel Title Rebecca I wondered if my publisher would think it stupid overdone Luckily for me he did not Nor did the readers when it was published Little did du Maurier know her novel ended up becoming a great success Soon after Alfred Hitchcock made a film version of Rebecca that soon became an even greater success than the novel itself There are many opinions as to which version is more effective I believe that the novel was far more effective that the movie version for a number of reasons One of the reasons that I feel that the original novel Rebecca was more effective than the movie version was that I think the novel held suspense in a better way While reading the novel my suspense was able to build up more and more as I read further on The plot seemed to move slowly without revealing too much information very quickly It gave me a chance to think for myself what I thought would happen next which got my imagination working When watching the movie I found that each event happened too quickly which didnt give me much of a chance to think about what was going on One example of this is when Rebeccas boat was discovered In the novel each event that happened during that time was explained slowly Much detail was given and as I read on my suspense was able to build up while I was waiting to find out what had really happened In the movie the events during that time went very quickly and the information was just thrown at you and then it was over Also during the movie the events kept on happening without any pause which didnt give you time to think let alone gather up the information given In the novel one important event would
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