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The Scapegoat

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Ever since Rebecca, Daphne du Maurier has regularly disconcerted those critics who seem to assume that, to be great, a writer must be dull, obscure, and pretentious. The Scapegoat, which is none of these, is both an unashamed best-seller and by any test, a great novel. The extraordinary story takes hold of the reader and never lets go; the setting in a French chateau in these times is wholly real; the prose is simple and assured; and finally, the characters speak, act, and react precisely as they would have done in that ...

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The Scapegoat
2004, Virago Press Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781844080977

Mass-market paperback

Scapegoat
2000, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia

ISBN-13: 9780812217254

Trade paperback

The Scapegoat
1988, Carroll & Graf Publishers

ISBN-13: 9780881844092

Mass-market paperback

The Scapegoat
1985, Doubleday Books

ISBN-13: 9780385047258

Hardcover

The Scapegoat
1982, Charnwood

ISBN-13: 9780708980743

Large type / large print

Hardcover

The Scapegoat
1981, Gollancz, London

ISBN-13: 9780575029217

Hardcover

The Scapegoat
1977, Amereon Limited

ISBN-13: 9780884111498

Hardcover

The Scapegoat
1975, Pan Books, London

ISBN-13: 9780330245890

New edition

Paperback

The Scapegoat
1970, Penguin Books Ltd

ISBN-13: 9780140017236

Paperback

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