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It's Only The Sister

It s Only The Sister Despite being only the sister Angela managed to avoid living in her sister s shadow as Margaret Forster in her obituary notice in The Independent wrote spite of envying Daphne s success Angela was no

  • Title: It's Only The Sister
  • Author: Angela du Maurier
  • ISBN: 9781850221784
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • Despite being only the sister Angela managed to avoid living in her sister s shadow as Margaret Forster in her obituary notice in The Independent wrote spite of envying Daphne s success, Angela was not made bitter by it and the sisters remained devoted to each other She first wanted to be an actor and played Wendy for two seasons, including crashing whilst flyingDespite being only the sister Angela managed to avoid living in her sister s shadow as Margaret Forster in her obituary notice in The Independent wrote spite of envying Daphne s success, Angela was not made bitter by it and the sisters remained devoted to each other She first wanted to be an actor and played Wendy for two seasons, including crashing whilst flying But later she wanted to write and it was bad luck that the publication of her early novels coincided with Daphne s enormous success with Jamaica Inn and Rebecca Altogether she published eleven books including two volumes of autobiography of which this is the first.Born in 1904 into a famous theatrical family Angela s memoirs are a fascinating insight into a lost world of Edwardian glamour Later in Cornwall she worked the land during the war in between she travelled in Europe and met an extraordinary number of people A life of infinite variety, lived to the full by a very gregarious woman.

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    1. The title refers to being only Daphne Du Maurier's sister, as a very rude woman once mistook her for Daphne, then realising her mistake called out to her husband, 'oh it's only the sister' before walking away. This memoir was written around the time I was born and, although of course it's incredibly dated, therein lies its fascination. She writes about a vanished world of the upper middle classes in the first half of the twentieth century and although at times it all seems very trivial, self-ind [...]

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