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 Offer Daphne du Maurier: Rebecca (abridged)

Read by Emma Fielding

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Daphne du Maurier: Rebecca

5:16:08

Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again

4:44

We can never go back again, that much is certain

4:15

I wonder what my life would be today...

5:33
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"What brings you here?"

4:31

The morning after the bridge party

4:15

There was a strange air of unreality about that luncheon...

4:50

Mine was a happy mood that afternoon...

4:12

What gulf of years stretched between him and that other time...

3:58

I am glad that it cannot happen twice...

4:44

I did not notice the slowing down of the car...

5:59

Packing up

3:32

"You haven't started a cold, have you?"

5:52

We went up in the lift to the first floor...

2:39

I went to Mrs Van Hopper...

3:34

We came to Manderley in early May...

4:25

We went together up the flight of steps

4:04

I got up slowly...

4:08

I could see she despised me...

3:35

I had never realized, of course...

4:24

I turned away into the hall again...

3:04

And when the telephone rang...

4:44

When I heard the sound of the car in the drive

3:19

I stood for a moment outside the morning-room...

3:47

At that moment the door opened

4:19

We watched the car disappear round the sweep of the drive...

4:02

We threw more stones...

4:13

I wondered if there was any string in the boat-house...

3:08

I went across the shingle

3:35

I walked slowly across the hall to the library

4:06

I could not forget the white, lost look in Maxim's eyes

3:27

In the car going home I sat in my corner

5:10

I did not see much of Mrs Danvers

4:16

Frith left the room and we were alone again

3:18

She went out of the room...

4:38

Maxim had to go up to London at the end of June

4:23

As I wandered across the lawn to the terrace

3:41

The man wheeled round suddenly and saw me

4:52

He walked out on to the drive...

2:51

I was uncertain which way to go

4:45

Then I heard a step behind me

5:42

Her fingers tightened on my arm

4:44

It was one Sunday, I remember...

3:55

In the evening, when I was changing for dinner...

3:09

The great day dawned misty and overcast...

5:24

The band were changed...

4:51

I began tearing at the hooks of my dress...

3:52

I felt I had forfeited her sympathy by my refusal to go down

2:51

I think I fell asleep a little after seven

3:18

I could not go on sitting in my bedroom any longer

3:54

I passed through the door to the west wing...

4:47

I stood before her helplessly

2:59

She pushed me towards the open window

3:56

It was Maxim

3:22

I left him and walked towards the path through the woods...

6:14

Maxim was standing by the window

5:10

I was aware of no feeling at all...

6:37

He lit a cigarette...

4:41

I came back after dinner...

6:49

I could hear the murmer of Maxim's voice in the little room beyond

3:32

At five minutes to one I heard the sound of a car in the drive...

4:30

The inquest was to be on the Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock

6:07

The policeman was bending over me...

4:07

I did not hear Frith come in at the door

3:52

The door opened and Maxim came into the room...

4:35

Maxim walked slowly across the room

4:28

"You have just made a serious accusation against de Winter."

3:37

Ben stepped awkwardly into the room

4:25

At last she was silent again

5:47

Mrs Danvers shook her head slowly

4:12

When I awoke the next morning...

6:53

We went and stood by the car

4:44

It was quiet and happy and friendly in the restaurant

3:40

I climbed over and sat beside him...

2:32
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