The Ghost and Mrs Muir (1947)

»I always wanted to be considered obstinate«

A sentimental, cosy, and at times corny gothic tale of independence and inner growth, aided by a parodic sea-dog. Exceedingly silly and morally somewhat contradictory, but also unusually endearing and goodhearted. In my most charming book.

»You can be much more alone with other people than you are by yourself«

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