Du Maurier was one of the great names of British theatre, she regarded ‘a summons’ from him to be a ‘bugle call from Olympus.’
Du Maurier belonged to the Victorians, who were never vulgar.
Du Maurier pulled from his pocket one of my supposed returns.
The wonder of Du Maurier's essay, the astounding spectacle of his success, cannot be diminished by any such explanation of it.
Mr. Abbey has a haunting type; Du Maurier has a haunting type.
Mr. Du Maurier has lived through half a century master of an exquisite style, and only now makes the discovery known to the world.
Du Maurier was there also, and after dinner we had songs and sentiments.
The admirable setting in which Mr. Du Maurier frames his series of jokes is testimony to his genius.
Du Maurier told me how highly Tom Taylor had spoken to him of the picture.
On its invasion of Mayfair the pencil of Du Maurier furnishes the best comment.