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Charles Public Library, IL): Listed by couple (including Lancelot and Guinevere, Victoria and Albert, Eleanor of Acquataine and Henry II, Napoleon and Josephine, etc.), author and title of 29 novels of love. As I mentioned earlier, one of the great Gothic romance books is Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. I am grateful to Ted Gott of the National Gallery of Victoria who checked the Gallery files and provided a number of decisive references in this matter, including the Rawdon-Hastings portrait. 38.

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