George du Maurier

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Noun1.George du Maurier - English writer and illustratorGeorge du Maurier - English writer and illustrator; grandfather of Daphne du Maurier (1834-1896)
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A Thomas Hardy B William Thackeray C George Du Maurier D William James
He benefitted, no doubt, from being born into a literary family, as the son of the celebrated novelist George du Maurier.
Barrie seems to have fallen in love, at least emotionally, with Sylvia Llewelyn Davies, the daughter of novelist George du Maurier (and aunt to novelist Daphne).
As an aside, I was left wondering why the visual artist and novelist George Du Maurier was omitted from this selection of "literary Georges" (162).
Surviving Leighton correspondence relating to Dene includes that with Charles Pooley, (4) George Du Maurier (5) and Robert Browning.
It was published in book form in 1865 and this is a facsimile of that edition, complete with the original illustrations by George du Maurier which have been omitted in all editions of the novel after that date.
George du Maurier was a friend of Tuer but barely appears in the narrative; another Punch artist and photographer, Edward Linley Sambourne, was a neighbor but also barely raises his head.
In which George Du Maurier novel does Svengali appear?
Here, in a curious footnote to cartoon and literary history, her eldest daughter Ellen met and married a French inventor and gave birth to George Du Maurier (1834-96), later to become a distinguished Punch cartoonist ('The Curate's Egg' was one of his) and author of the novel Trilby (1894), which featured the mesmerising character Svengali and was the origin of the eponymous hat.
i) George Du Maurier, ii) George Eliot, iii) George Moore, iv) George Orwell, and v) George Sand.