Book - 'Rebecca - Tales of Subconscious'

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''Rebecca' - Tales of Subconscious'

 

Author: Seraphima Nickolaevna Bogomolova

Language: English

 

The non-fiction publication ''Rebecca' - Tales of Subconscious' focuses on the analysis of the text of the book ‘Rebecca’ (1938) by Daphne du Maurier. At the base of the publication lies the assumption that the content of 'Rebecca' is an expression of combined collective and personal subconscious transcribed and weaved into the structure of the book by the author without her realising it. The particular attention is paid to the symbolism and coded meanings of the content, including words, phrases, and sentences that make up the fabric of the 'Rebecca' story.

Reference material used in aiding the analysis: ‘The Rebecca Notebook and Other Memories’ (1981) by Daphne du Maurier, ‘To Marry an English Lord or How Anglomania Really Got Started’ (1989) by Gail MacColl and Carol McD Wallace; ‘The Language of Flowers’ (18--?) by Anne Pratt and Thomas Miller; ‘Floral Emblems’ (1825) by Henri Miller

Note: The publication is still in the works.