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Rebecca

Rebecca

  

by Daphne du Maurier

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  1. Turn of the Screw
    There are many other great Gothic tales. If you have decided to create a Gothic unit and the cobwebs will remain up in your classroom for a while, why not move on to the fantastic novella by Henry James with an unnamed narrator, a handsome wealthy man and some sinister themes.

  2. Legend of Sleepy Hollow
    You may have seen the Johnny Depp version of this tale of misty moors and supernatural beings.