Oh so true ! People place fictional as not true let’s take a cartoon character for instance I know because I do have one of those voices that can perform behind one of those characters, think about it for a moment, feelings in one’s thoughts comes before the voice, thought process is first.
Great characters in literature get all the credit, but the fictional spaces they occupy are often just as interesting and can provide an opportunity for the reader to go even deeper into a story. What would some of your favorite stories be without the creepy old farmhouses, crumbling castles, and estates overlooking a body of water whose waves crash against the rocks at night? Today, as we celebrate the birthday of Daphne du Maurier — a writer who gave us one of the 20th century’s most unforgettable grand old homes, in Rebecca — we’re rounding up the most memorable structures that served as settings for some of our favorite stories.
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