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AUSTEN, J.: Persuasion (Unabridged)



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Facts
Item number NA743612
Barcode 9789626344361
Release date 2/1/2007
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 7
Performers
Non-Classical Artist Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 1
1 Chapter 1: Sir Walter Elliot, of Kellynch Hall, in 00:04:54 Stevenson, Juliet
2 This friend and Sir Walter did not marry… 00:06:08 Stevenson, Juliet
3 He was, at that time, a very young man… 00:06:05 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Chapter 2: Mr Shepherd, a civil, cautious, lawyer… 00:04:01 Stevenson, Juliet
5 This was the principle on which Anne wanted… 00:03:56 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Lady Russell felt obliged to oppose her dear Anne… 00:04:33 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Chapter 3: 'I must take leave to observe, Sir Walt 00:04:47 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Here Anne spoke. 'The Navy, I think…' 00:04:34 Stevenson, Juliet
9 It seemed as if Mr. Shepherd, in this anxiety… 00:08:37 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Chapter 4: He was not Mr. Wentworth, the former cu 00:07:16 Stevenson, Juliet
11 They knew not each other's opinion… 00:04:32 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Chapter 5: On the morning appointeed for Admiral a 00:05:42 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Anne was so impressed by the degree of their dange 00:03:51 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Upper Cross was a moderate-sized village… 00:05:38 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Oh, well', and after a moment's pause… 00:04:46 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 2
1 Chapter 6: Anne had not wanted this visit to Upper 00:04:52 Stevenson, Juliet
2 One of the least agreeable circumstances of her re 00:06:30 Stevenson, Juliet
3 The party at the Great House was sometimes increas 00:05:42 Stevenson, Juliet
4 The folks of the Great House were to spend the eve 00:05:28 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Chapter 7: A very few days more, and Captain Wentw 00:04:53 Stevenson, Juliet
6 The child had a good night and was going on well… 00:05:11 Stevenson, Juliet
7 The next moment she was tapping… 00:06:47 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Mary had no feelings to make her respect her siste 00:03:37 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Chapter 8: From this time, Captain Wentworth and A 00:04:35 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Phoo! Phoo!', cried the Admiral… 00:06:08 Stevenson, Juliet
11 They were actually on the same sofa… 00:05:02 Stevenson, Juliet
12 What a great traveller you must have been…' 00:04:56 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Chapter 9: Captain Wentworth was come to Kellynch 00:06:40 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Her husband, however, would not agree with her her 00:03:16 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Charles Hayter had met with much… 00:05:22 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 3
1 In another moment, however, she found herself in t 00:02:07 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Chapter 10: Other opportunities of making her obse 00:07:17 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Winthrop, however, or its environs… 00:06:54 Stevenson, Juliet
4 He had done, and was unanswered… 00:05:12 Stevenson, Juliet
5 The walking party had crossed the lane… 00:04:32 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Chapter 11: The time now approached for Lady Russe 00:03:29 Stevenson, Juliet
7 The first heedless scheme had been to go in the mo 00:06:15 Stevenson, Juliet
8 They all met and were introduced… 00:04:46 Stevenson, Juliet
9 The nights were too dark for the ladies to meet ag 00:04:00 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Chapter 12: Anne and Henrietta, finding themselves 00:05:25 Stevenson, Juliet
11 After attending Louisa through her business… 00:06:45 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Miss Elliot', said he, speaking rather low… 00:06:01 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Everyone capable of thinking felt the advantage of 00:06:10 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Charles, Henrietta, and Captain Wentworth… 00:04:23 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Anne had never submitted more reluctantly… 00:05:25 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 4
1 Chapter 13: The remainder of Anne's time at Upper 00:05:44 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Anne had never entered Kellynch since her quitting 00:05:23 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Mrs Croft always met her with a kindness… 00:05:55 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Chapter 14: Though Charles and Mary had remained a 00:03:06 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Charles laughed again and said… 00:06:21 Stevenson, Juliet
6 There can be no doubt that Lady Russell and Anne… 00:06:06 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Chapter 15: Sir Walter had taken a very good house 00:04:44 Stevenson, Juliet
8 The circumstances of his marriageg, too, were foun 00:03:46 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Anne mentioned the glimpses she had of him at Lyme 00:04:38 Stevenson, Juliet
10 It was the same, the very same man… 00:04:37 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Chapter 16: There was one point which Anne, on ret 00:05:03 Stevenson, Juliet
12 It was now some years since Anne had begun to lear 00:05:09 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Sir Walter, however, would choose his own means… 00:05:42 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Chapter 17: While Sir Walter and Elizabeth were as 00:05:50 Stevenson, Juliet
15 There had been a time, Mrs Smith told her… 00:05:18 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 5
1 Anne had called several times on her friend… 00:05:14 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Lady Russell was now perfectly decided in her opin 00:06:30 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Chapter 18: It was the beginning of February… 00:04:36 Stevenson, Juliet
4 So ended the first part, which had afterwards put 00:04:39 Stevenson, Juliet
5 This was Sir Walter and Elizabeth's share of inter 00:05:10 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Anne was too much engaged with Lady Russell… 00:04:47 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Anne had been ashamed to appear to comprehend so s 00:05:52 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Chapter 19: While Admiral Croft was taking this wa 00:05:23 Stevenson, Juliet
9 It did not surprise, but it grieved Anne… 00:05:14 Stevenson, Juliet
10 The following morning Anne was out with her friend 00:04:36 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Chapter 20: Sir Walter, his two daughters, and Mrs 00:04:43 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Either from the consciousness, however, that his f 00:04:17 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Upon Lady Russell's appearance soon afterwards… 00:05:26 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Mr Elliot was not disappointed in the interest… 00:04:16 Stevenson, Juliet
15 In re-setting themselves, there were now many chan 00:03:58 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 6
1 Chapter 21: Anne recollected with pleasure, the ne 00:04:57 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Anne heard nothing of this. She was still in the a 00:05:04 Stevenson, Juliet
3 No', said Anne. I can readily believe all that of 00:06:27 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Anne's astonished air and exclamation of wonder… 00:03:29 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Mr Elliot', replied Mrs Smith, 'at that period of 00:05:10 Stevenson, Juliet
6 The letter I am looking for was one written by Mr 00:04:55 Stevenson, Juliet
7 My dear Mrs Smith, your authority is deficient…' 00:05:13 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Yes', said Anne. 'You tell me nothing which does n 00:05:09 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Anne was shown some letters of his on the occasion 00:04:29 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Chapter 22: Anne went home to think over all that 00:03:58 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Anne admired the good acting of the friend… 00:07:29 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Anne's only surprise was in that… 00:04:11 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 7
1 Here, they were interrupted by the absolute necess 00:04:38 Stevenson, Juliet
2 A morning of thorough confusion was to be expected 00:04:42 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Mrs Musgrove was good-humouredly beginning to expr 00:05:30 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Their preparations, however, were stopped short… 00:05:54 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Chapter 23: One day only had passed since Anne's c 00:04:45 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Anne found an unexpected interest here… 00:05:08 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Your feelings may be the strongest', replied Anne… 00:05:25 Stevenson, Juliet
8 She could not immediately have uttered another sen 00:04:53 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Such a letter was not to be soon recovered from… 00:04:30 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Presently, struck by a sudden thought, Charles sai 00:04:35 Stevenson, Juliet
11 In his preceding attempts to attach himself to Lou 00:05:52 Stevenson, Juliet
12 You should have distinguished', replied Anne… 00:07:00 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Chapter 24: Who can be in doubt of what followed? 00:05:19 Stevenson, Juliet
14 The news of his cousin Anne's engagement… 00:04:51 Stevenson, Juliet
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