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The novel written by Daphne Du Maurier entitled Rebecca is very unique and interesting Most of the story takes place in England at a marvelous mansion called Manderley It is about a woman whose name is never revealed meeting and marrying a wealthy man Max De Winter The new couple moves to his house in England to begin their married life Upon arrival Mrs De Winter is introduced to the housekeepers firstly the head housemaid Mrs Danvers Right from the very beginning of the meeting of the new bride and head housemaid things were hostile Mrs Danvers is still emotionally attached to the first wife of Mr De Winter the late Rebecca De Winter Throughout the entire story the new Mrs De Winter is trying to fulfill her shoes She always feels that she has to live up to everything that Rebecca accomplished In reality Max never wanted his new wife to be anything less or more than what she was In the end of the story Max and his wife are talking when some flares go off in the sky at a nearby cove When they go to see what has happened Max flees Mrs De Winter finds him in a cottage by the sea She enters as he is quivering in a corner He reveals to her that there was a boating accident and some divers found a boat it was Rebeccas boat The divers busted a window and found a skeleton inside of the locked cabin When Rebeccas body was found several months ago a grief-stricken Max went to identify the body and it was determined that she was traveling alone Puzzled his wife does not understand what this had to do with the body found in the cove Then Max lays it on her that it was Rebecca He said that she was very evil and that she was not what everyone portrayed her to be After he married her he
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