What Do I Read Next?
- Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights (1847), a tale of love and death on the moors of Yorkshire, has been long considered one of the finest novels in the gothic tradition.
- Charlotte Brontë, Emily's sister, earned accolades for Jane Eyre (1847). Her novel focuses on a governess who comes to live in an estate owned by the mysterious Mr. Rochester.
- Du Maurier's collection, Not After Midnight, and Other Stories (1971), republished in America as Don't Look Now (1971) includes one of her most successful stories. ‘‘Don't Look Now’’ traces a young couple's struggle to cope with the death of their daughter.
- Du Maurier's Rebecca, published in 1938, chronicles the life of a young, frail woman who must face the ghosts of the past in an isolated mansion on the Cornish coast.