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AUSTEN, J.: Sense and Sensibility (Unabridged)



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Item number NAX36112
Barcode 9789626343616
Release date 12/1/2005
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 11
Performers
Non-Classical Artist Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 1
1 Volume I, Chapter 1: The family of Dashwood had lo 00:03:40 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Mr Dashwood’s disappointment... 00:02:32 Stevenson, Juliet
3 No sooner was his father’s funeral over... 00:03:33 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Volume I, Chapter 2: Mrs John Dashwood now install 00:03:56 Stevenson, Juliet
5 ‘I would not wish to do anything mean...’ 00:04:09 Stevenson, Juliet
6 ‘To be sure it will...’ 00:03:24 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Volume I, Chapter 3: Mrs Dashwood remained at Norl 00:04:28 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Edward had been staying several weeks in the house 00:05:06 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Volume I, Chapter 4: ‘What a pity it is Elinor,’ s 00:04:13 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Elinor started at this declaration... 00:04:12 Stevenson, Juliet
11 But whatever might really be its limits it was eno 00:03:32 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Volume I, Chapter 5: No sooner was her answer disp 00:06:20 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Volume I, Chapter 6: The first part of their journ 00:03:40 Stevenson, Juliet
14 In the mean time, till all these alterations could 00:04:03 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Volume I, Chapter 7: Barton Park was about half a 00:04:12 Stevenson, Juliet
16 Mrs Jennings, Lady Middleton’s mother... 00:03:32 Stevenson, Juliet
17 Volume I, Chapter 8: Mrs Jennings was a widow with 00:03:23 Stevenson, Juliet
18 ‘Mama, you are not doing me justice.’ 00:04:09 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 2
1 Volume I, Chapter 9: The Dashwoods were now settle 00:03:44 Stevenson, Juliet
2 A gentleman, carrying a gun… 00:03:12 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Sir John called on them... 00:04:12 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Volume I, Chapter 10: Marianne’s preserver... 00:04:38 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Willoughby, on his side gave every proof of his pl 00:04:11 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Perhaps she pitied and esteemed him more... 00:04:03 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Volume I, Chapter 11: Little had Mrs Dashwood or h 00:04:47 Stevenson, Juliet
8 In Colonel Brandon alone... 00:04:34 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Volume I, Chapter 12: As Elinor and Marianne were 00:04:33 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Margaret related something to her the next day... 00:05:38 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Volume I, Chapter 13: Their intended excursion to 00:04:07 Stevenson, Juliet
12 ‘There’s no persuading you to change your mind Bra 00:04:17 Stevenson, Juliet
13 It was settled that there should be a dance in the 00:04:50 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Volume I, Chapter 14: The sudden termination of Co 00:04:18 Stevenson, Juliet
15 One evening in particular… 00:04:52 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 3
1 Volume I, Chapter 15: Mrs Dashwood’s visit to Lady 00:04:07 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Mrs Dashwood felt too much for speech... 00:03:44 Stevenson, Juliet
3 ‘Then you would have told me...’ 00:04:20 Stevenson, Juliet
4 ‘A mighty concession indeed!’ 00:03:46 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Volume I, Chapter 16: Marianne would have thought 00:04:23 Stevenson, Juliet
6 It was several days before Willoughby's name was m 00:03:16 Stevenson, Juliet
7 He was the only person in the world... 00:05:02 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Volume I, Chapter 17: Mrs Dashwood was surprised o 00:03:37 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Elinor smiled again... 00:03:41 Stevenson, Juliet
10 ‘I have frequently detected myself in such kind of 00:03:16 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Volume I, Chapter 18: Elinor saw with great uneasi 00:04:33 Stevenson, Juliet
12 The subject was continued no farther… 00:05:09 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Volume I, Chapter 19: Edward remained a week at th 00:02:51 Stevenson, Juliet
14 ‘I think Edward,’ said Mrs Dashwood... 00:04:15 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Elinor sat down to her drawing-table... 00:04:28 Stevenson, Juliet
16 Mrs Palmer was several years younger than Lady Mid 00:03:22 Stevenson, Juliet
17 ‘Here comes Marianne,’ cried Sir John... 00:02:53 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 4
1 Volume I, Chapter 20: As the Miss Dashwoods entere 00:04:10 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Charlotte laughted heartily... 00:04:05 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Elinor was again obliged to decline her invitation 00:05:40 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Volume I, Chapter 21: The Palmers returned to Clev 00:04:07 Stevenson, Juliet
5 When their promised visit to the park... 00:04:14 Stevenson, Juliet
6 ‘Poor little creatures!’ said Miss Steele… 00:04:38 Stevenson, Juliet
7 This specimen of the Miss Steeles was enough… 00:04:48 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Volume I, Chapter 22: Marianne, who had never much 00:05:20 Stevenson, Juliet
9 What felt Elinor at that moment? 00:04:53 Stevenson, Juliet
10 She was silent 00:03:57 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Here she took out her handkerchief... 00:04:55 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Volume II, Chapter 1: However small Elinor’s gener 00:04:00 Stevenson, Juliet
13 As these considerations occurred to her.... 00:04:11 Stevenson, Juliet
14 But it was not immediately that an opportunity of 00:03:41 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Lucy directly drew her work table near her… 00:02:51 Stevenson, Juliet
16 Volume II, Chapter 2: In a firm, though cautious t 00:04:34 Stevenson, Juliet
17 ‘But what,’ said she after a short silence... 00:03:41 Stevenson, Juliet
18 They were again silent for many minutes... 00:05:07 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 5
1 Volume II, Chapter 3: Though Mrs Jennings was in t 00:03:40 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Mrs Jennings repeated her assurance... 00:04:06 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Elinor could not help smiling at this display of i 00:03:53 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Volume II, Chapter 4: Elinor could not find hersel 00:03:38 Stevenson, Juliet
5 As dinner was not to be ready in less than two hou 00:04:39 Stevenson, Juliet
6 This, and the manner in which it was said… 00:03:37 Stevenson, Juliet
7 After an hour or two… 00:04:02 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Volume II, Chapter 5: ‘If this open weather holds 00:04:23 Stevenson, Juliet
9 About a week after their arrival... 00:03:14 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Elinor found, when the evening was over... 00:03:46 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Her letter was scarcely finished when a rap foreto 00:05:11 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Volume II, Chapter 6: Nothing occurred during the 00:04:46 Stevenson, Juliet
13 He made no reply; his complexion changed… 00:04:25 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Volume II, Chapter 7: Before the housemaid had lit 00:05:06 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Mrs Jennings laughed again, but Elinor had not spi 00:04:18 Stevenson, Juliet
16 In her earnest meditations on the contents of the 00:05:03 Stevenson, Juliet
17 Elinor said no more 00:03:31 Stevenson, Juliet
18 That such letters, so full of affection and confid 00:03:44 Stevenson, Juliet
19 Again they were both silent 00:03:12 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 6
1 Volume II, Chapter 8: Mrs Jennings came immediatel 00:04:21 Stevenson, Juliet
2 ‘Poor soul!’ cried Mrs Jennings... 00:04:11 Stevenson, Juliet
3 ‘It would be unnecessary I am sure...’ 00:04:59 Stevenson, Juliet
4 In the drawing room whither she then repaired... 00:02:52 Stevenson, Juliet
5 ‘You mean,’ answered Elinor, with forced calmness… 00:03:32 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Volume II, Chapter 9: From a night of more sleep t 00:05:01 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Mrs Jennings left them earlier than usual... 00:04:11 Stevenson, Juliet
8 ‘You have probably entirely forgotten a conversati 00:04:35 Stevenson, Juliet
9 He could say no more... 00:03:05 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Again he stopped to recover himself; and Elinor sp 00:03:38 Stevenson, Juliet
11 ‘Good heavens!’ cried Elinor 00:04:01 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Elinor’s thanks followed this speech with grateful 00:02:25 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Volume II, Chapter 10: When the particulars of thi 00:04:20 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Marianne had promised to be guided by her mother’s 00:03:02 Stevenson, Juliet
15 The calm and polite unconcern of Lady Middleton... 00:03:05 Stevenson, Juliet
16 Early in February... 00:05:59 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 7
1 Volume II, Chapter 11: After some opposition Maria 00:03:14 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Their affection and pleasure in meeting was just e 00:03:19 Stevenson, Juliet
3 After staying with them half an hour… 00:04:16 Stevenson, Juliet
4 He paused for her assent and compassion... 00:04:58 Stevenson, Juliet
5 ‘Why to be sure,’ said he, seeming to recollect hi 00:03:24 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Volume II, Chapter 12: Mrs John Dashwood had so mu 00:04:19 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Their claims to the notice of Mrs John Dashwood... 00:04:24 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Lucy was all exultation on being so honourably dis 00:03:50 Stevenson, Juliet
9 The Colonel, though disclaiming all pretensions... 00:04:50 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Volume II, Chapter 13: Elinor’s curiosity to see M 00:05:54 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Elinor was prevented from making any reply... 00:04:30 Stevenson, Juliet
12 This remark was not calculated... 00:05:10 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Volume II, Chapter 14: Within a few days after thi 00:04:39 Stevenson, Juliet
14 I come now to the relation of a misfortune... 00:03:43 Stevenson, Juliet
15 The events of this evening were not very remarkabl 00:03:30 Stevenson, Juliet
16 ‘You reside in Devonshire, I think,’ 00:02:39 Stevenson, Juliet
17 As John Dashwood had no more pleasure in music… 00:04:52 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 8
1 Volume III, Chapter 1: Mrs Palmer was so well... 00:02:21 Stevenson, Juliet
2 ‘That is exactly what I said, my dear.’ 00:04:34 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Here Mrs Jennings ceased... 00:03:55 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Her first communication had reached no farther… 00:03:53 Stevenson, Juliet
5 ‘I understand you.’ 00:03:54 Stevenson, Juliet
6 The next morning brought a farther trial of it… 00:03:52 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Here Marianne, in an ecstasy of indignation clappe 00:03:02 Stevenson, Juliet
8 ‘Poor young man!’ 00:03:08 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Volume III, Chapter 2: Mrs Jennings was very warm 00:03:39 Stevenson, Juliet
10 It was lucky, however, for Mrs Jenning's curiosity 00:05:43 Stevenson, Juliet
11 ‘I do not understand what you mean by interrupting 00:05:55 Stevenson, Juliet
12 The next morning brought Elinor a letter... 00:03:32 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Volume III, Chapter 3: The Miss Dashwoods had now 00:03:46 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Perhaps Mrs Jennings was in hopes... 00:04:42 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Elinor’s astonishment at this commission... 00:03:52 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 9
1 Volume III, Chapter 4: ‘Well Miss Dashwood,' said 00:05:04 Stevenson, Juliet
2 How she should begin, how she should express herse 00:03:57 Stevenson, Juliet
3 ‘Yes,’ continued Elinor, gathering more resolution 00:04:15 Stevenson, Juliet
4 When Mrs Jennings came home... 00:03:16 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Volume III, Chapter 5: Edward, having carried his 00:04:54 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Elinor contradicted it, however, very positively… 00:05:24 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Elinor had heard enough, if not to gratify her van 00:06:12 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Volume III, Chapter 6: One other short call in Har 00:03:26 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Marianne entered the house with her heart swelling 00:03:30 Stevenson, Juliet
10 The two gentlemen arrived the next day... 00:04:00 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Volume III, Chapter 7: Marianne got up the next mo 00:05:18 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Two days passed away... 00:04:52 Stevenson, Juliet
13 The comfort of such a friend at that moment… 00:03:48 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Mr. Harris was punctual in his second visit… 00:03:26 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Elinor could not be cheerful. Her joy was of a dif 00:04:21 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 10
1 Volume III, Chapter 8: Elinor, starting back with 00:03:58 Stevenson, Juliet
2 The steadiness of his manner and the intelligence 00:05:01 Stevenson, Juliet
3 ‘You did then,’ said Elinor, a little softened… 00:03:48 Stevenson, Juliet
4 ‘Your indifference, however, towards that unfortun 00:04:45 Stevenson, Juliet
5 They were both silent for a few moments 00:04:40 Stevenson, Juliet
6 ‘Even so. You would be surprised to hear…’ 00:04:45 Stevenson, Juliet
7 ‘Your wife!’ 00:04:35 Stevenson, Juliet
8 ‘Last night, in Drury Lane lobby...’ 00:05:36 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Volume III, Chapter 9: Elinor, for some time after 00:03:16 Stevenson, Juliet
10 As soon as Mrs Dashwood had recovered herself... 00:03:27 Stevenson, Juliet
11 ‘At last we are alone.’ 00:03:46 Stevenson, Juliet
12 ‘Oh! my love, I could not then talk of hope to him 00:04:02 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Volume III, Chapter 10: Marianne's illness though 00:04:34 Stevenson, Juliet
14 As they approached Barton... 00:04:17 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Marianne had been two or three days at home... 00:03:24 Stevenson, Juliet
16 ‘Do you compare your conduct with his?’ 00:03:41 Stevenson, Juliet
17 Here ceased the rapid flow of her self-reproving s 00:04:00 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 11
1 Volume III, Chapter 11: Mrs Dashwood did not hear 00:05:09 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Marianne’s lips quivered... 00:04:14 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Their man-servant had been sent one morning to Exe 00:03:32 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Mrs Dashwood now looked at her daughter; but Elino 00:02:46 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Volume III, Chapter 12: Elinor now found the diffe 00:04:45 Stevenson, Juliet
6 His countenance as he entered the room, was not to 00:04:25 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Volume III, Chapter 13: Unaccountable, however, as 00:04:31 Stevenson, Juliet
8 The change which a few hours had wrought… 00:04:17 Stevenson, Juliet
9 How long it had been carrying on between them... 00:04:30 Stevenson, Juliet
10 That Lucy had certainly meant to deceive... 00:03:59 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Edward heard with pleasure... 00:04:00 Stevenson, Juliet
12 The letters from town... 00:05:29 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Volume III, Chapter 14: After a proper resistance 00:04:13 Stevenson, Juliet
14 They were visited on their first settling... 00:05:47 Stevenson, Juliet
15 What Edward had done to forfeit the right of eldes 00:06:23 Stevenson, Juliet
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