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us: De Winter, Mrs. (Fictitious character)


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    • us: De Winter, Jane (Fictitious character)
    • us: De Winter, Jeanne (Fictitious character)
    • us: Jane de Winter (Fictitious character)
    • us: Jeanne de Winter (Fictitious character)
    • us: Mrs. de Winter (Fictitious character)
    • us: Winter, Jane de (Fictitious character)
    • us: Winter, Jeanne de (Fictitious character)
    • us: Winter, Mrs. de (Fictitious character)
  • Variants

    • us: De Winter, Jane (Fictitious character)
    • us: De Winter, Jeanne (Fictitious character)
    • us: Jane de Winter (Fictitious character)
    • us: Jeanne de Winter (Fictitious character)
    • us: Mrs. de Winter (Fictitious character)
    • us: Winter, Jane de (Fictitious character)
    • us: Winter, Jeanne de (Fictitious character)
    • us: Winter, Mrs. de (Fictitious character)
  • Sources

    • found: Pierson, D.R. Jeanne de Winter at the wars, 1996: back cover (In a lively alternative sequel to Rebecca ... David Roach Pierson charts the wartime roles of Maxim de Winter and his wife Jeanne) p. 17 (As I [D.R. Pierson] read "Mrs. de Winter", I had the conviction that this novel ... was not the sequel Daphne du Maurier would have wished ... So ... I determined to write my own sequel ... in which Maxim and his wife would have heroic roles in a Second World War setting ... I wanted my heroine, christened Jane/Jeanne, to have an intelligence role in World War Two)
    • found: Hill, S. Mrs. de Winter : The sequel to Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca, 1993.
    • found: Du Maurier, D. Rebecca, 1992: p. 44 (Mrs. de Winter)
    • found: Pringle, D. Imaginary people, 1987: p. 122 (the nameless heroine and narrator of the book [Rebecca] becomes de Winter's second wife.)
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