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Daisy Miller: A Study in Two Parts (version 2)
Daisy Miller: A Study in Two Parts (version 2) - Henry James
Daisy Miller is an 1878 novella by Henry James, first published in Cornhill Magazine in June-July 1879 and in book form the following year publishing . It shows the beautiful American girl Daisy Miller being wooed by her cultured compatriot Frederick Winterbourne. His search for her is thwarted by...
Another Study of Woman
Another Study of Woman - Honoré de Balzac
A series of stories about women - told by men, of course: although the book was first published in 1842, Balzac later supplemented it with an 1831 note, Le Grand Bretche. This will be read later, separated to reflect the English translation used here. (More to come) - Summary by Nicholas Clifford...
Running Time: 01:38:38
Cousin Betty
Cousin Betty - Honoré de Balzac
Published in serial form in 1846, La Cousine Bette was one of Balzac's last and most significant works. This is part of his novel collection, "Human Comedy." Set in mid-19th-century France, it tells the story of a woman who loathes her status as a "poor relative." If we follow...
Running Time: 17:08:10
Clarissa Harlowe, or the History of a Young Lady - Volume 6
Clarissa Harlowe, or the History of a Young Lady - Volume 6 - Samuel Richardson
This is the sixth volume in a nine-volume series. It tells the harrowing story of a heroine's quest for virtue, which her family constantly thwarts. It is generally considered to be Richardson's masterpiece. Letter 6 was read by TriciaG, wib66, Timothy Ferguson, and Adonis. (Michelle Eaton)...
Christmas Stories From 'Household Words' And 'All The Year Round'
Christmas Stories From 'Household Words' And 'All The Year Round' - Charles Dickens
Twenty stories were originally published in Household and All Year magazine's Christmas editions. Some reports have little to no holiday cheer, instead showing Dickens' anger at his day's social and economic injustice. Some stories are written in collaboration with other authors. The book's editors...
Christmas Books
Christmas Books - Charles Dickens
From 1843 to 1848, Charles Dickens wrote five short stories to be published on Christmas Day. Most people are familiar with the first "A Christmas Carol." The others are "The Bell," "The Cricket on the Fireside," "The Battle of Life," and "The Haunted...
Running Time: 15:22:51
Childhood (version 2)
Childhood (version 2) - Leo Tolstoy
Childhood, the first novel by Leo Tolstoy, was published under the initials LN in the November 1852 issue of the famous Russian literary magazine The Contemporary. It was the first in a series of three novels, followed by Boyhood and Boyhood. Published when Tolstoy was 23, the book was an instant...
Chance (version 2)
Chance (version 2) - Joseph Conrad, Peter Dann
"You are an expert in the psychological wilderness," the titular narrator of this riveting tale once tells Marlowe, who is, in fact, the chief discoverer and commentator on the vagaries of human behavior in this hidden-event novel. In Chance, these are most evident in the actions of the...
Running Time: 13:31:10
The Canterbury Tales (Middle English)
The Canterbury Tales (Middle English) - Geoffrey Chaucer
Chaucer's famous and important work is based on the premise that a well-known medieval group of Christians of various professions, a considerable number of whom were in church, was worshiping at the tomb of Thomas Becket in the Cathedral of Our Lady. canterbury. The host suggested that each...
Running Time: 24:18:57
Buddenbrooks - Thomas Mann
When Thomas Mann won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1929, the quote specifically referred to his first novel, Budden Brooks, published in 1901, calling it "the first great novel of the 20th century." The novel focuses on the Buddenbrucks family, middle-class owners of a grain wholesale...
Running Time: 29:08:57
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