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In the novel Rebecca, what is the significance of the character Lady Crowan, and who...

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In the novel Rebecca, what is the significance of the character Lady Crowan, and who does she relate to in the novel?

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currerbell | (Level 2) Assistant Educator

Posted May 29, 2013 at 1:38 AM (Answer #1)

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 Lady Crowan makes her appearance in Chapter 16. She is Manderley's neighbor and it is she who suggests the de Winters once again host an elegant ball.  

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