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Trilby (Oxford World's Classics) - George Du Maurier
Trilby (Oxford World's Classics)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780192833518 (0192833510)
ASIN: 0192833510
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
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Such was the power of Svengali to mesmerise the world that his name became a word. In brief he takes a tone-deaf girl and turns her into a great diva, as long as she is hypnotised before she sings. Alas at one performance he is incapacitated and as Trilby tries to sing, but cannot - to the disgust o...
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[These notes were made in 1983. I read this in an 1895 edition:]. Du Maurier is a minor novelist at best, and like Bram Stoker and Mary Shelley, what he has created is not so much a great work of art (although I would say that Frankenstein is a good one) but an impingement on popular consciousness, ...
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