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Flynn, B.: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Unabridged)


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Item number NA286512
Barcode 730099086523
Release date 1/1/2008
Category Poetry
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 2
Disc: 1
1 Chapter 1: When siege and assault had ceased… 00:01:47 Britton, Jasper
2 This fair Britain, founded by that famous knight… 00:00:52 Britton, Jasper
3 The king lay at Camelot one Christmas tide… 00:01:08 Britton, Jasper
4 With New Year not yet a day old… 00:01:16 Britton, Jasper
5 Now, Arthur would not eat until all were served… 00:00:58 Britton, Jasper
6 So he stands, the stern young king… 00:01:06 Britton, Jasper
7 I’ll say nothing more about the meal… 00:01:12 Britton, Jasper
8 Green, were both the garments and the grinning man 00:01:31 Britton, Jasper
9 Garbed in green was the gallant rider… 00:01:27 Britton, Jasper
10 And yet he had no helm or hauberk either… 00:01:38 Britton, Jasper
11 Stunned, the court stared… 00:01:00 Britton, Jasper
12 From the dais Arthur watched… 00:01:34 Britton, Jasper
13 ‘Fight? Have no worry.’ 00:01:28 Britton, Jasper
14 If he astonished them first… 00:01:21 Britton, Jasper
15 ‘By heaven,’ said Arthur… 00:00:53 Britton, Jasper
16 ‘Grant me grace,’ said Gawain… 00:01:06 Britton, Jasper
17 The king commanded the courtly knight to stand. 00:01:12 Britton, Jasper
18 ‘By God,’ said the Green Knight… 00:01:24 Britton, Jasper
19 The Green Knight stood… 00:01:30 Britton, Jasper
20 For he held the head up high in both his hands… 00:01:29 Britton, Jasper
21 And yet high-born Arthur was heavy at heart… 00:01:25 Britton, Jasper
22 Chapter 2: Arthur was granted his gift of adventur 00:01:29 Britton, Jasper
23 So comes the summer season… 00:01:10 Britton, Jasper
24 Yet he lingers till All Hallows… 00:01:26 Britton, Jasper
25 He dwelt there that day… 00:01:09 Britton, Jasper
26 Hasped in his armour… 00:01:26 Britton, Jasper
27 Last they showed him his bright shield… 00:01:12 Britton, Jasper
28 First he was found faultless… 00:01:35 Britton, Jasper
29 He struck his steed with his spurs… 00:01:07 Britton, Jasper
30 Gallant Sir Gawain then in God’s name rode out… 00:01:04 Britton, Jasper
31 Forsaken he rode far distant from his friends… 00:01:28 Britton, Jasper
32 More merry in the morning… 00:01:13 Britton, Jasper
33 Scarcely three times had he signed the holy cross… 00:01:10 Britton, Jasper
34 So he stayed his steed… 00:01:05 Britton, Jasper
35 ‘Sir,’ said Gawain… 00:01:31 Britton, Jasper
36 Gawain gazed at the good man… 00:01:38 Britton, Jasper
37 A chair by the chimney hearth… 00:01:14 Britton, Jasper
38 Then enquiries came, but questions carefully put… 00:01:21 Britton, Jasper
39 The Knight, done with his dining… 00:02:23 Britton, Jasper
40 When Gawain gazed upon that gracious lady… 00:01:15 Britton, Jasper
41 On that morning when men remember the birth of our 00:01:16 Britton, Jasper
42 That day they made much merriment… 00:01:19 Britton, Jasper
43 With courteous questions he asked Gawain… 00:01:44 Britton, Jasper
44 Gladness filled Gawain then… 00:01:20 Britton, Jasper
45 ‘Oh, one thing more’ the master said… 00:01:21 Britton, Jasper
Disc: 2
1 Chapter 3: Long before first light… 00:01:24 Britton, Jasper
2 At the burst of the baying the forest trembled. 00:01:29 Britton, Jasper
3 While the lord sought sport among the forest leave 00:01:48 Britton, Jasper
4 ‘Good morning, good knight,’ she murmured to Gawai 00:01:51 Britton, Jasper
5 ‘Good Lord!’ said Gawain… 00:01:10 Britton, Jasper
6 ‘Madam,’ said that debonair man… 00:01:26 Britton, Jasper
7 She bids him good day… 00:01:29 Britton, Jasper
8 Still at his sport, the lord spurred his steed… 00:01:47 Britton, Jasper
9 The head, too, and the neck… 00:00:57 Britton, Jasper
10 The lord commands his men to meet… 00:01:29 Britton, Jasper
11 Afterwards in a chamber, by the chimney… 00:00:52 Britton, Jasper
12 Scenting quarry by a marshy covert… 00:01:34 Britton, Jasper
13 Pressing close to shoot hunters… 00:01:09 Britton, Jasper
14 Coming to the curtain, she coyly peeped in… 00:01:52 Britton, Jasper
15 I would learn from you, my lord,’… 00:01:32 Britton, Jasper
16 ‘Good faith,’ said Gawain then… 00:01:16 Britton, Jasper
17 Roused from rest, he rose… 00:01:07 Britton, Jasper
18 At last came the lord… 00:00:56 Britton, Jasper
19 Then in triumph many bugles blew the prise… 00:01:07 Britton, Jasper
20 Merry, the lord with loud voice and laughter… 00:01:12 Britton, Jasper
21 They laid out tables on top of trestles then… 00:01:00 Britton, Jasper
22 They drank more amid laughter… 00:01:08 Britton, Jasper
23 After Mass, he and his men down a morsel… 00:01:21 Britton, Jasper
24 To hear the hounds’ voice was truly heart’s deligh 00:01:36 Britton, Jasper
25 Out of the deepest darkness of drowsy dreams… 00:01:06 Britton, Jasper
26 For that precious princess… 00:01:18 Britton, Jasper
27 ‘Such words,’ said the woman… 00:01:19 Britton, Jasper
28 She offered him a rich ring… 00:01:30 Britton, Jasper
29 ‘Do you refuse this silk now,’… 00:01:12 Britton, Jasper
30 With a word of farewell she went on her way… 00:01:05 Britton, Jasper
31 So let him linger there in the lea of their love… 00:01:24 Britton, Jasper
32 With night setting in… 00:01:25 Britton, Jasper
33 With mirth and minstrelsy… 00:01:15 Britton, Jasper
34 Courteous he kissed them… 00:01:11 Britton, Jasper
35 Chapter 4: So New Year draws near… 00:01:25 Britton, Jasper
36 He fastened on the finest pieces himself… 00:01:04 Britton, Jasper
37 Then Gringolet was groomed for him… 00:01:05 Britton, Jasper
38 The drawbridge was lowered… 00:01:08 Britton, Jasper
39 I have brought you this far… 00:01:23 Britton, Jasper
40 ‘Good Sir Gawain, let that grim man well alone…’ 00:01:15 Britton, Jasper
41 ‘Mary!’ said the servant… 00:01:02 Britton, Jasper
42 He put spurs to Gringolet… 00:01:23 Britton, Jasper
43 ‘By God, what a desolate spot,’… 00:01:15 Britton, Jasper
44 Gawain called out then, loud and clear… 00:01:28 Britton, Jasper
45 ‘Gawain,’ said the Green Knight then… 00:01:13 Britton, Jasper
46 The gallant in green prepared himself… 00:01:27 Britton, Jasper
47 ‘So have at it, by your faith…’ 00:01:22 Britton, Jasper
48 Up, up swiftly went the axe… 00:01:10 Britton, Jasper
49 The knight stood back and rested on his axe… 00:01:32 Britton, Jasper
50 ‘For that braided belt you wear…’ 00:01:41 Britton, Jasper
51 But the other lord laughed and then said lightly… 00:00:53 Britton, Jasper
52 ‘Truly, no,’ Gawain said… 00:01:03 Britton, Jasper
53 ‘But the belt,’ said Gawain… 00:01:27 Britton, Jasper
54 ‘In this green guise she sent me…’ 00:01:23 Britton, Jasper
55 Our worthy knight went by wild ways… 00:01:17 Britton, Jasper
56 ‘Behold, sir,’ he said… 00:01:47 Britton, Jasper
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