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BRONTE, C.: Jane Eyre (unabridged)


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Item number NAX35712
Barcode 9789626343579
Release date 7/1/2005
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 17
Disc: 1
1 Chapter 1 00:04:37 Root, Amanda
2 I cannot tell what sentiment haunted… 00:08:00 Root, Amanda
3 Chapter 2 00:05:38 Root, Amanda
4 Mr Reed had been dead nine years… 00:05:36 Root, Amanda
5 Daylight began to forsake the red-room… 00:06:22 Root, Amanda
6 Chapter 3 00:05:46 Root, Amanda
7 Bessie had been down into the kitchen… 00:05:24 Root, Amanda
8 ‘Oh! I daresay she is crying…’ 00:04:50 Root, Amanda
9 ‘No; I should not like to belong to poor people…’ 00:04:40 Root, Amanda
10 Chapter 4 00:04:01 Root, Amanda
11 November, December, and half of January passed awa 00:05:23 Root, Amanda
12 Georgiana sat on a high stool, dressing her hair… 00:04:55 Root, Amanda
13 ‘This is the little girl…’ 00:05:11 Root, Amanda
14 Well might I dread… 00:04:54 Root, Amanda
Disc: 2
1 Mrs Reed and I were left alone… 00:06:40 Root, Amanda
2 I was left there alone… 00:07:14 Root, Amanda
3 Chapter 5 00:04:48 Root, Amanda
4 The afternoon came on wet and somewhat misty… 00:06:32 Root, Amanda
5 The night passed rapidly 00:05:36 Root, Amanda
6 A clock in the schoolroom struck nine… 00:05:11 Root, Amanda
7 The garden was a wide enclosure… 00:04:38 Root, Amanda
8 ‘Can you tell me what the writing…’ 00:06:09 Root, Amanda
9 Chapter 6 00:05:11 Root, Amanda
10 The play-hour in the evening I thought the pleasan 00:05:08 Root, Amanda
11 ‘Is Miss Temple as severe to you as Miss Scatcherd 00:05:06 Root, Amanda
12 In her turn, Helen Burns… 00:03:29 Root, Amanda
13 Chapter 7 00:04:49 Root, Amanda
Disc: 3
1 One afternoon (I had then been three weeks at Lowo 00:05:15 Root, Amanda
2 Mr Brocklehurst again paused… 00:05:41 Root, Amanda
3 ‘Let the child who broke her slate come forward!’ 00:06:37 Root, Amanda
4 Chapter 8 00:05:59 Root, Amanda
5 I was silent… 00:06:03 Root, Amanda
6 Mrs Harden, be it observed, was the housekeeper… 00:08:06 Root, Amanda
7 Chapter 9 00:06:42 Root, Amanda
8 My favourite seat was a smooth and broad stone… 00:06:32 Root, Amanda
9 It might be two hours later… 00:08:27 Root, Amanda
10 Chapter 10 00:05:45 Root, Amanda
11 I went to my window, opened it, and looked out 00:07:17 Root, Amanda
Disc: 4
1 The succeeding week seemed long… 00:05:59 Root, Amanda
2 This testimonial I accordingly received… 00:04:21 Root, Amanda
3 ‘And Mrs Reed?’ 00:04:10 Root, Amanda
4 Chapter 11 00:05:01 Root, Amanda
5 The roads were heavy… 00:06:08 Root, Amanda
6 My heart really warmed to the worthy lady… 00:05:16 Root, Amanda
7 Everything appeared very stately and imposing to m 00:06:19 Root, Amanda
8 ‘Ah!’ cried she, in French… 00:04:49 Root, Amanda
9 After breakfast, Adele and I withdrew to the libra 00:05:39 Root, Amanda
10 When we left the dining-room… 00:07:08 Root, Amanda
11 Chapter 12 00:06:28 Root, Amanda
12 October, November, December passed away 00:05:14 Root, Amanda
13 It was very near, but not yet in sight… 00:05:23 Root, Amanda
14 ‘You live just below…’ 00:04:45 Root, Amanda
Disc: 5
1 I did not like re-entering Thornfield 00:04:28 Root, Amanda
2 Chapter 13 00:06:24 Root, Amanda
3 I sat down quite disembarrassed 00:05:12 Root, Amanda
4 Mrs Fairfax had dropped her knitting… 00:05:40 Root, Amanda
5 He spread the pictures before him… 00:05:00 Root, Amanda
6 I had scarce tied the strings of the portfolio… 00:03:50 Root, Amanda
7 Chapter 14 00:05:39 Root, Amanda
8 Mr Rochester, as he sat in his damask-covered chai 00:06:38 Root, Amanda
9 Instead of speaking, I smiled… 00:05:21 Root, Amanda
10 My eye met his as the idea crossed my mind… 00:06:10 Root, Amanda
11 He said this as if he spoke to a vision… 00:08:08 Root, Amanda
Disc: 6
1 Chapter 15 00:05:30 Root, Amanda
2 He ground his teeth and was silent… 00:06:45 Root, Amanda
3 Adele here came running up again 00:05:35 Root, Amanda
4 The ease of his manner… 00:05:08 Root, Amanda
5 Ere long, steps retreated up the gallery… 00:05:21 Root, Amanda
6 He re-entered, pale and very gloomy 00:04:50 Root, Amanda
7 Chapter 16 00:07:03 Root, Amanda
8 I still stood absolutely dumfoundered… 00:06:07 Root, Amanda
9 A tread creaked on the stairs at last 00:06:24 Root, Amanda
10 When once more alone… 00:05:22 Root, Amanda
11 Chapter 17 00:05:14 Root, Amanda
12 The party were expected to arrive on Thursday afte 00:05:54 Root, Amanda
Disc: 7
1 The ten minutes John had given seemed very long… 00:05:48 Root, Amanda
2 I told her stories as long as she would listen to 00:06:58 Root, Amanda
3 A soft sound of rising now became audible… 00:05:07 Root, Amanda
4 Genius is said to be self-conscious 00:05:50 Root, Amanda
5 Most true is it… 00:05:57 Root, Amanda
6 I feared – or should I say, hoped? 00:05:32 Root, Amanda
7 ‘I suppose, now,’ said Miss Ingram… 00:07:48 Root, Amanda
8 Chapter 18 00:05:06 Root, Amanda
9 Seated on the carpet… 00:05:21 Root, Amanda
10 I have told you, reader… 00:06:38 Root, Amanda
11 I have not yet said anything condemnatory… 00:05:23 Root, Amanda
Disc: 8
1 It was verging on dusk… 00:06:03 Root, Amanda
2 I was pondering these things… 00:04:47 Root, Amanda
3 Miss Ingram rose solemnly… 00:05:47 Root, Amanda
4 Chapter 19 00:05:15 Root, Amanda
5 I knelt within half a yard of her 00:04:47 Root, Amanda
6 ‘The eagerness of a listener…’ 00:07:13 Root, Amanda
7 Rise, Miss Eyre… 00:03:59 Root, Amanda
8 Mr Rochester was standing near me… 00:04:47 Root, Amanda
9 Chapter 20 00:06:28 Root, Amanda
10 My slippers were thin… 00:05:49 Root, Amanda
11 According as the shifting obscurity… 00:06:57 Root, Amanda
12 I saw Mr Rochester shudder… 00:07:10 Root, Amanda
Disc: 9
1 He strayed down a walk edged with box… 00:04:56 Root, Amanda
2 ‘Now, my little friend…’ 00:06:39 Root, Amanda
3 Chapter 21 00:04:44 Root, Amanda
4 I was silent: the things were frightful 00:07:05 Root, Amanda
5 ‘Mr Rochester, I may as well mention another matte 00:06:53 Root, Amanda
6 In such conversation an hour was soon gone… 00:07:00 Root, Amanda
7 I did not need to be guided to the well-known room 00:05:37 Root, Amanda
8 I hated it the first time I set my eyes on it… 00:05:49 Root, Amanda
9 ‘Is that a portrait of some one you know?’ 00:06:34 Root, Amanda
10 Take this advice… 00:05:34 Root, Amanda
11 I now gently assured her… 00:04:11 Root, Amanda
12 Now act as you please… 00:03:43 Root, Amanda
Disc: 10
1 Chapter 22 00:03:56 Root, Amanda
2 How people feel when they are returning home… 00:06:11 Root, Amanda
3 ‘Hallo!’ he cries; and he puts up his book and his 00:07:39 Root, Amanda
4 Chapter 23 00:05:38 Root, Amanda
5 It is one of my faults… 00:04:15 Root, Amanda
6 ‘In about a month…’ 00:05:57 Root, Amanda
7 ‘I tell you I must go!’ 00:04:41 Root, Amanda
8 You – you strange, you almost unearthly thing! 00:05:56 Root, Amanda
9 Chapter 24 00:06:21 Root, Amanda
10 ‘This very day I shall take you…’ 00:04:54 Root, Amanda
11 ‘Don’t send for the jewels…’ 00:06:18 Root, Amanda
12 I was soon dressed… 00:06:28 Root, Amanda
13 Adele, when lifted in… 00:05:33 Root, Amanda
Disc: 11
1 The hour spent at Millcote was a somewhat harassin 00:05:36 Root, Amanda
2 We were now approaching Thornfield 00:05:45 Root, Amanda
3 He rose and came towards me… 00:05:21 Root, Amanda
4 Chapter 25 00:05:42 Root, Amanda
5 The wind fell… 00:05:16 Root, Amanda
6 He landed me on the pavement 00:05:04 Root, Amanda
7 I walked a little while on the pavement… 00:06:01 Root, Amanda
8 The disquietude of his air… 00:05:57 Root, Amanda
9 ‘Now, sir, proceed…’ 00:06:07 Root, Amanda
10 Chapter 26 00:04:33 Root, Amanda
11 We entered the quiet and humble temple… 00:05:18 Root, Amanda
12 Mr Briggs calmly took a paper from his pocket… 00:05:33 Root, Amanda
13 ‘Bertha Mason is mad…’ 00:04:42 Root, Amanda
14 The three gentlemen retreated simultaneously 00:05:19 Root, Amanda
Disc: 12
1 The morning had been a quiet morning enough… 00:05:31 Root, Amanda
2 Chapter 27 00:04:35 Root, Amanda
3 ‘Will you ever forgive me?’ 00:05:45 Root, Amanda
4 ‘Jane, you shall not stay here, nor will I.’ 00:05:56 Root, Amanda
5 He recommenced his walk… 00:06:07 Root, Amanda
6 I did what human beings do instinctively… 00:07:29 Root, Amanda
7 ‘Jane, you don’t like my narrative…’ 00:05:46 Root, Amanda
8 From a flowery arch at the bottom of my garden… 00:05:09 Root, Amanda
9 ‘When you are inquisitive, Jane…’ 00:05:13 Root, Amanda
10 Last January… 00:05:49 Root, Amanda
11 I was at once content… 00:05:39 Root, Amanda
12 ‘Jane, you understand what I want of you?’ 00:05:08 Root, Amanda
13 He crossed the floor… 00:04:52 Root, Amanda
Disc: 13
1 That night I never thought to sleep… 00:04:39 Root, Amanda
2 Dim dawn glimmered in the yard. 00:04:54 Root, Amanda
3 Chapter 28 00:04:48 Root, Amanda
4 I saw ripe bilberries gleaming here and there… 00:04:56 Root, Amanda
5 I heard a bell chime… 00:06:33 Root, Amanda
6 I drew near houses… 00:05:00 Root, Amanda
7 But once did food pass my lips 00:05:19 Root, Amanda
8 Having crossed the marsh… 00:05:52 Root, Amanda
9 ‘Is there ony country where they talk i’ that way? 00:06:15 Root, Amanda
10 This was the climax 00:07:37 Root, Amanda
11 Chapter 29 00:05:06 Root, Amanda
12 After a weary process… 00:05:16 Root, Amanda
13 I maintained a grave silence… 00:05:54 Root, Amanda
Disc: 14
1 The parlour was rather a small room… 00:04:45 Root, Amanda
2 Here I saw his glance directed to my hands… 00:04:10 Root, Amanda
3 I observed but two points in planning my departure 00:04:26 Root, Amanda
4 Chapter 30 00:07:06 Root, Amanda
5 Incommunicative as he was… 00:06:14 Root, Amanda
6 St John said these words as he pronounced his serm 00:07:01 Root, Amanda
7 In this brief hour… 00:05:19 Root, Amanda
8 Chapter 31 00:04:57 Root, Amanda
9 Having brought my eventide musings to this point… 00:05:36 Root, Amanda
10 My powers heard a call from heaven to rise… 00:05:58 Root, Amanda
11 This then, I thought, is Miss Oliver, the heiress… 00:04:42 Root, Amanda
12 Chapter 32 00:04:21 Root, Amanda
13 Rosamond Oliver kept her word in coming to visit m 00:04:36 Root, Amanda
14 One evening, while, with her usual child-like acti 00:03:39 Root, Amanda
Disc: 15
1 It was the 5th of November, and a holiday 00:06:15 Root, Amanda
2 Since I had ascertained that… 00:06:17 Root, Amanda
3 After a considerable pause… 00:06:39 Root, Amanda
4 Chapter 33 00:05:57 Root, Amanda
5 Again came the blank of a pause… 00:04:53 Root, Amanda
6 I felt cold and dismayed… 00:06:02 Root, Amanda
7 Mr Rivers rose now and put his cloak on 00:04:51 Root, Amanda
8 I paused – he stood before me… 00:04:34 Root, Amanda
9 ‘Mr Rivers! you quite put me out of patience…’ 00:06:43 Root, Amanda
10 Chapter 34 00:06:39 Root, Amanda
11 Happy at Moor House I was… 00:05:51 Root, Amanda
12 ‘They are coming! They are coming!’ 00:05:11 Root, Amanda
13 St John had a book in his hand… 00:06:42 Root, Amanda
Disc: 16
1 St John was not a man to be lightly refused… 00:04:41 Root, Amanda
2 In the course of my necessary correspondence… 00:04:44 Root, Amanda
3 As we advanced and left the track… 00:05:00 Root, Amanda
4 He had calculated on these first objections… 00:04:53 Root, Amanda
5 ‘I CAN do what he wants me to do…’ 00:06:13 Root, Amanda
6 I shuddered as he spoke… 00:05:32 Root, Amanda
7 ‘St John!’ I exclaimed… 00:06:35 Root, Amanda
8 Chapter 35 00:06:41 Root, Amanda
9 I had finished the business now 00:05:02 Root, Amanda
10 He opened the gate… 00:06:09 Root, Amanda
11 For the evening reading before prayers… 00:05:57 Root, Amanda
12 The Impossible – that is my marriage… 00:05:37 Root, Amanda
13 Chapter 36 00:05:28 Root, Amanda
14 It was a journey of six-and-thirty hours 00:06:34 Root, Amanda
Disc: 17
1 I looked with timorous joy towards a stately house 00:05:56 Root, Amanda
2 I feared now to hear my own story 00:03:23 Root, Amanda
3 ‘What! did he not leave England?’ 00:04:30 Root, Amanda
4 Chapter 37 00:05:22 Root, Amanda
5 He descended the one step… 00:04:46 Root, Amanda
6 ‘Who is this?’ 00:05:14 Root, Amanda
7 I will be your neighbour, your nurse, your houseke 00:05:06 Root, Amanda
8 Summoning Mary… 00:05:38 Root, Amanda
9 Very early the next morning… 00:05:11 Root, Amanda
10 ‘This St John, then, is your cousin?’ 00:06:23 Root, Amanda
11 ‘Jane, I ever like your tone of voice…’ 00:04:45 Root, Amanda
12 ‘Mr Rochester, if ever I did a good deed in my lif 00:05:22 Root, Amanda
13 I longed for thee… 00:04:31 Root, Amanda
14 Chapter 38 00:03:33 Root, Amanda
15 You have not quite forgotten little Adele… 00:04:16 Root, Amanda
16 One morning at the end of the two years… 00:04:37 Root, Amanda
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