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TOLSTOY, L.: War and Peace, Vol. 2 (Unabridged)



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Item number NAX43412
Barcode 9789626344347
Release date 11/1/2006
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 26
Disc: 1
1 BOOK 9 (1812): Chapter 1: Rulers and Generals are 00:05:53 Jason, Neville
2 The actions of Napoleon and Alexander, on whose wo 00:05:36 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 2: Napoleon crosses the Niemen. On the twe 00:05:11 Jason, Neville
4 Vivat!' shouted the Poles, ecstatically, breaking 00:04:03 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 3: Alexander I at Vilna. The Emperor of Ru 00:04:55 Jason, Neville
6 But the Emperor and Balashev passed out into the … 00:04:10 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 4: Balashev's mission to Napoleon. At two 00:05:23 Jason, Neville
8 But though he firmly believed himself to be King o 00:04:23 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 5: Balashev is at last presented to Napole 00:03:07 Jason, Neville
10 Balashev took out the packet containing the Empero 00:02:30 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 6: Balashev's interview with Napoleon. Tho 00:03:55 Jason, Neville
12 Balashev recovered himself and began to speak. 00:04:34 Jason, Neville
13 The whole purporse of his remarks now was evidentl 00:04:50 Jason, Neville
14 Balashev knew how to reply to each of Napoleon's r 00:03:56 Jason, Neville
15 Chapter 7: Balashev dines with Napoleon. After all 00:04:23 Jason, Neville
16 Napoleon was in that well-known after-dinner mood 00:03:41 Jason, Neville
Disc: 2
1 Chapter 8: Prince Andrei on Kutuzov's staff in Mol 00:06:55 Jason, Neville
2 During his stay at Bald Hills all the family dined 00:04:28 Jason, Neville
3 As soon as Prince Andrei had given up his daily oc 00:04:09 Jason, Neville
4 Chapter 9: Prince Andrei in the army at Drissa Pri 00:06:13 Jason, Neville
5 Besides these Russians and foreigners who propound 00:06:49 Jason, Neville
6 The eighth and largest group, which in its enormou 00:05:13 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 10: Prince Andrei is introduced to Pfuel. 00:05:14 Jason, Neville
8 Pfuel, always inclined to be irritably sarcastic, 00:03:27 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 11: An informal council of war Prince Andr 00:06:21 Jason, Neville
10 Paulucci and Michaud both attacked Wolzogen simult 00:06:27 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 12: Nikolai writes to Sonya. Before the be 00:05:31 Jason, Neville
12 The two Pavlograd squadrons were bivouacking on a 00:05:09 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 13: Marya Hendrikhovna In the tavern, befo 00:07:12 Jason, Neville
Disc: 3
1 Chapter 14: Rostov goes into action It was nearly 00:03:58 Jason, Neville
2 As soon as the sun appeared in a clear strip of sk 00:03:46 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 15: Rostov's hussars charge the French dra 00:04:52 Jason, Neville
4 Count Ostermann-Tolstoy met the returning hussars 00:03:05 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 16: Natasha's illness On receiving news of 00:03:35 Jason, Neville
6 What would Sonya and the count and countess have d 00:03:38 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 17: Natasha and Pierre. Natasha was calmer 00:04:08 Jason, Neville
8 Before the end of the feast of St. Peter, Agrafena 00:04:40 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 18: Natasha attends Mass and hears the spe 00:05:29 Jason, Neville
10 When they prayed for the warriors, she thought of 00:03:56 Jason, Neville
11 Lord God! Hear us when we pray to Thee; strengthen 00:04:27 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 19: Pierre's feelings for Natasha. Napoleo 00:03:36 Jason, Neville
13 Writing the words L'Empereur Napoleon in numbers, 00:05:38 Jason, Neville
14 Chapter 20: Pierre at the Rostovs'. Petya determin 00:03:59 Jason, Neville
15 Just then Petya came running in from the drawing r 00:05:21 Jason, Neville
16 After reading about the dangers that threatened Ru 00:05:08 Jason, Neville
Disc: 4
1 Chapter 21: Petya goes to the Kremlin to see the E 00:05:00 Jason, Neville
2 So this is what the Emperor is!' thought Petya. 00:03:30 Jason, Neville
3 Suddenly the sound of a firing of cannon was heard 00:04:11 Jason, Neville
4 Chapter 22: Assembly of gentry and merchants at th 00:05:49 Jason, Neville
5 Count Rostov's mouth watered with pleasure and he 00:03:39 Jason, Neville
6 Another voice, that of a nobleman of medium height 00:04:36 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 23: The Emperor calls for the support of t 00:04:52 Jason, Neville
8 BOOK 10 (1812): Chapter 1: Reflections on the camp 00:05:24 Jason, Neville
9 At the very beginning of the war our armies were d 00:04:16 Jason, Neville
10 At last the Emperor left the army, and as the most 00:04:00 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 2: Prince Nikolai Bolkonski's inability to 00:05:36 Jason, Neville
12 At dinner that day, on Dessalles' mentioning that 00:05:32 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 3: Prince Nikolai Bolkonski sends Alpatych 00:06:20 Jason, Neville
Disc: 5
1 Chapter 4: The bombardment of Smolensk Bald Hills, 00:05:25 Jason, Neville
2 All night long troops were moving past the inn. 00:04:52 Jason, Neville
3 People were anxiously roaming about the streets. 00:04:30 Jason, Neville
4 The cook and a shop assistant came to the gate. 00:04:20 Jason, Neville
5 As Alpatych was driving out of the gate he saw som 00:06:03 Jason, Neville
6 Chapter 5: The retreat. From Smolensk the troops c 00:05:29 Jason, Neville
7 Prince Andrei rode up to the house. 00:05:56 Jason, Neville
8 One fair-haired young soldier of the third company 00:05:49 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 6: Anna Pavlovna's and Helene's rival salo 00:05:58 Jason, Neville
10 This was quite correct on the twenty-fourth of Jul 00:04:55 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 7: Napoleon orders an attack on Moscow Whi 00:04:34 Jason, Neville
12 Finding himself in the company of Napoleon, whose 00:04:05 Jason, Neville
Disc: 6
1 Chapter 8: Prince Nikolai Bolokonski is taken ill. 00:05:20 Jason, Neville
2 Strange as it was to acknowledge this feeling in h 00:05:17 Jason, Neville
3 Princess Marya entered her father's room and went 00:04:48 Jason, Neville
4 He closed his eyes and remained silent a long time 00:06:58 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 9: The rebellious mood of the Bogucharovo 00:04:46 Jason, Neville
6 More important still, Alpatych learnt that on the 00:04:05 Jason, Neville
7 Now just listen, Dronushka,' said he. 00:03:41 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 10: Princess Marya makes up her mind to le 00:04:59 Jason, Neville
9 Mademoiselle Bourienne took from her reticule a pr 00:03:56 Jason, Neville
10 At length Dron, the village Elder, entered the roo 00:04:10 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 11: Princess Marya addresses the peasants. 00:06:40 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 12: Princess Marya remembers her father Fo 00:05:36 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 13: Nikolai and Ilyin ride to Bogucharovo. 00:04:56 Jason, Neville
14 Rostov looked at the tipsy peasants and smiled. 00:04:44 Jason, Neville
Disc: 7
1 Chapter 14: Nikolai confronts the peasants. 'Well, 00:04:45 Jason, Neville
2 Alpatych turned to the peasants and ordered two of 00:03:42 Jason, Neville
3 But the princess, if she did not again thank him i 00:03:19 Jason, Neville
4 Chapter 15: Prince Andrei goes to headquarters. On 00:05:10 Jason, Neville
5 Denisov rose and began gesticulating as he explain 00:04:36 Jason, Neville
6 But at that moment Denisov, no more intimidated by 00:06:30 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 16: 'Well, that's all!’ said Kutuzov as he 00:03:18 Jason, Neville
8 Taking his hand and drawing him downwards, Kutuzov 00:05:30 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 17: Moscow after the Emperor's visit. Afte 00:04:17 Jason, Neville
10 In Julie's set, as in many other circles in Moscow 00:06:17 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 18: Rostopchin's broadsheets. Pierre leave 00:05:00 Jason, Neville
12 Next day toward evening the princess set off, and 00:03:35 Jason, Neville
13 Pierre choked, his face puckered, and he turned ha 00:03:25 Jason, Neville
14 Chapter 19: The senselessness of the Battle of Bor 00:05:25 Jason, Neville
15 Not only did the Russians not fortify the position 00:06:30 Jason, Neville
Disc: 8
1 Chapter 20: Pierre looks for the position occupied 00:04:31 Jason, Neville
2 Having gone nearly three miles he at last met an a 00:04:09 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 21: Pierre surveys the scene. Pierre stepp 00:05:22 Jason, Neville
4 The officer appeared abashed, as though he underst 00:05:45 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 22: Pierre meets old acquaintances. Stagge 00:04:36 Jason, Neville
6 An adjutant told Pierre of his Serene Highness's w 00:04:12 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 23: Pierre rides to the left flank with Be 00:04:23 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 24: Prince Andrei's reflections on life an 00:04:38 Jason, Neville
9 He looked at the row of birches shining in the sun 00:02:46 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 25: Prince Andrei's opinions on war. The s 00:05:06 Jason, Neville
11 Pierre looked at him in surprise. 00:04:43 Jason, Neville
12 Extend widely!' said Prince Andrei with an angry s 00:03:11 Jason, Neville
13 Prince Andrei, who had thought it was all the same 00:05:59 Jason, Neville
14 Chapter 26: Napoleon's proclamation On August 25, 00:04:59 Jason, Neville
15 De Beausset bowed gratefully at this regard for hi 00:04:39 Jason, Neville
16 Chapter 27: Napoleon's dispositions for the Battle 00:04:16 Jason, Neville
17 The Vice-King will occupy the village and cross by 00:03:40 Jason, Neville
Disc: 9
1 Chapter 28: Why the battle had to be fought. Many 00:06:45 Jason, Neville
2 Chapter 29: The game begins. On returning from a s 00:06:49 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 30: Pierre reviews the battlefield from th 00:04:38 Jason, Neville
4 These puffs of smoke and (strange to say) the soun 00:03:02 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 31: Pierre under fire Having descended the 00:05:01 Jason, Neville
6 Pierre went to the battery and the adjutant rode o 00:06:32 Jason, Neville
7 Oh, she nearly knocked our gentleman's hat off!' 00:06:09 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 32: The Redoubt captured and retaken Besid 00:04:09 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 33: The course of the battle. The chief ac 00:03:28 Jason, Neville
10 From the battlefield adjutants he had sent out, an 00:04:08 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 34: Napoleon's view of the battle Napoleon 00:05:25 Jason, Neville
12 A beatific smile of regret, repentance, and ecstas 00:06:21 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 35: Kutuzov directs the army On the rug-co 00:04:53 Jason, Neville
14 Wolzogen, nonchalantly stretching his legs, approa 00:05:19 Jason, Neville
Disc: 10
1 Chapter 36: Prince Andrei with the reserve under f 00:06:16 Jason, Neville
2 The adjutant, having obeyed this instruction, appr 00:06:05 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 37: The operating tent. One of the doctors 00:03:23 Jason, Neville
4 His very first, remotest recollections of childhoo 00:04:48 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 38: Napoleon's interpretation of the war. 00:03:43 Jason, Neville
6 Not only on that day, as he rode over the battlefi 00:04:57 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 39: A moral victory Several tens of thousa 00:06:48 Jason, Neville
8 BOOK 11 (1812): Chapter 1: The method of history. 00:04:12 Jason, Neville
9 Only by taking infinitesimally small units for obs 00:04:29 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 2: Summary of the campaign. The forces of 00:03:56 Jason, Neville
11 For people accustomed to think that plans of campa 00:04:28 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 3: Kutuzov and his Generals at Poklonny Hi 00:06:58 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 4: The Council of War The Council of War b 00:04:44 Jason, Neville
14 The discussion began. 00:02:33 Jason, Neville
15 There followed a momentary pause, which seemed ver 00:02:18 Jason, Neville
16 Chapter 5: Reflections on the abandonment of Mosco 00:06:37 Jason, Neville
Disc: 11
1 Chapter 6: Helene in Petersburg. Helene, having re 00:04:50 Jason, Neville
2 After that a long-frocked abbe was brought to her. 00:04:08 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 7: Helene's conversion. Helene understood 00:04:56 Jason, Neville
4 Bilibin wrinkled up the skin over his eyebrows and 00:05:04 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 8: Pierre walks to Mozhaysk. Toward the en 00:05:21 Jason, Neville
6 Chapter 9: Pierre returns to Moscow. Scarcely had 00:03:53 Jason, Neville
7 He felt ashamed, and with one arm covered his legs 00:04:13 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 10: Pierre goes to see Count Rostopchin. O 00:03:49 Jason, Neville
9 The count had a stye,' replied the adjutant smilin 00:04:22 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 11: In the middle of this fresh tale Pierr 00:05:16 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 12: The Rostovs arrange to leave Moscow. T 00:04:10 Jason, Neville
12 From the twenty-eighth till the thirty-first all M 00:05:16 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 13: On Saturday, the thirty-first of Augus 00:04:05 Jason, Neville
14 Natasha quietly repeated her question, and her fac 00:04:20 Jason, Neville
15 Chapter 14: Madame Schoss, who had been out to vis 00:06:56 Jason, Neville
16 Chapter 15: Moscow's last day had come. 00:04:22 Jason, Neville
17 But at the same moment an expression of warm grati 00:03:38 Jason, Neville
Disc: 12
1 Chapter 16: Berg, the Rostovs' son-in-law, was alr 00:05:49 Jason, Neville
2 Natasha left the room with her father and as if fi 00:06:20 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 17: Before two o'clock in the afternoon th 00:06:42 Jason, Neville
4 Rarely had Natasha experienced so joyful a feeling 00:05:04 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 18: Pierre at Bazdeev's house. For the las 00:04:19 Jason, Neville
6 Pierre knew that Makar Alexeevich was Joseph Bazde 00:04:13 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 19: Napoleon surveys Moscow from Poklonny 00:05:50 Jason, Neville
8 (It seemed to Napoleon that the chief import of wh 00:05:42 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 20: Moscow. A queenless hive Meanwhile Mos 00:06:32 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 21: Looting The Russian troops were passin 00:06:26 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 22: Meanwhile, the city itself was deserte 00:05:55 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 23: A brawl among workmen From an unfinish 00:05:04 Jason, Neville
13 Questions and answers were heard. 00:05:19 Jason, Neville
Disc: 13
1 Chapter 24: Rostopchin On the evening of the first 00:05:49 Jason, Neville
2 All his painstaking and energetic activity (in how 00:03:44 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 25: Vereshchagin Toward nine o'clock in th 00:02:39 Jason, Neville
4 Rostopchin went again to the balcony door. 00:04:55 Jason, Neville
5 All eyes were fixed on him. 00:05:04 Jason, Neville
6 Only when the victim ceased to struggle and his cr 00:05:23 Jason, Neville
7 Having reached his country house and begun to give 00:05:47 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 26: The French enter Moscow. Toward four o 00:05:01 Jason, Neville
9 Who these men were nobody knew. 00:03:59 Jason, Neville
10 No residents were left in Moscow, and the soldiers 00:04:48 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 27: Pierre's plan to save Europe. Makar Al 00:05:09 Jason, Neville
12 It was the feeling that induces a volunteer recrui 00:05:23 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 28: The French officer Pierre, having deci 00:06:56 Jason, Neville
Disc: 14
1 Chapter 29: When the French officer went into the 00:06:15 Jason, Neville
2 The captain was so naively and good-humouredly gay 00:05:17 Jason, Neville
3 When he returned to the room Pierre was sitting in 00:05:58 Jason, Neville
4 There were very many of these, as one could easily 00:04:08 Jason, Neville
5 Having finished his tale about the enchanting Poli 00:03:45 Jason, Neville
6 Chapter 30: The Rostovs at Mytishchi The glow of t 00:04:22 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 31: The valet, returning to the cottage, i 00:05:59 Jason, Neville
8 The countess, Madame Schoss, and Sonya undressed h 00:05:17 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 32: Seven days had passed since Prince And 00:05:11 Jason, Neville
10 His mind was not in a normal state. 00:06:11 Jason, Neville
11 Piti-piti-piti and ti-ti and piti-piti-piti boom!' 00:06:04 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 33: Pierre sets out to meet Napoleon. On t 00:05:09 Jason, Neville
13 Though he heard and saw nothing around him he foun 00:05:03 Jason, Neville
14 Pierre turned back, giving a spring now and then t 00:05:14 Jason, Neville
Disc: 15
1 Chapter 34: Having run through different yards and 00:05:46 Jason, Neville
2 The beautiful Armenian still sat motionless and in 00:04:45 Jason, Neville
3 BOOK 12 (1812): Chapter 1 Anna Pavlovna's soiree. 00:04:48 Jason, Neville
4 Supposing that by these words Anna Pavlovna was so 00:05:17 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 2: Anna Pavlovna's presentiment was in fac 00:06:20 Jason, Neville
6 Chapter 3: Michaud's report Nine days after the ab 00:03:41 Jason, Neville
7 Michaud had only waited for this to bring out the 00:03:25 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 4: Nikolai sent to Voronezh. An evening at 00:06:29 Jason, Neville
9 Immediately on leaving the governor's, Nikolai hir 00:05:42 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 5: Nikolai sat leaning slightly forward in 00:05:31 Jason, Neville
11 Nikolai suddenly felt a desire and need to tell hi 00:03:08 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 6: Nikolai and Princess Marya On reaching 00:04:45 Jason, Neville
13 Had Princess Marya been capable of reflection at t 00:05:51 Jason, Neville
14 Chapter 7: A letter from Sonya. The dreadful news 00:04:02 Jason, Neville
15 Princess Marya had made an agreeable impression on 00:04:21 Jason, Neville
16 Nikolai took the two letters, one of which was fro 00:03:07 Jason, Neville
Disc: 16
1 Chapter 8: Sonya's vision. Sonya's letter written 00:04:56 Jason, Neville
2 As soon as the prior withdrew, Natasha took her fr 00:05:15 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 9: Pierre's treatment as a prisoner. The o 00:05:17 Jason, Neville
4 Chapter 10: On the eighth of September an officer 00:04:23 Jason, Neville
5 Pierre was silent because he was incapable of utte 00:05:00 Jason, Neville
6 Chapter 11: From Prince Shcherbatov's house the pr 00:04:03 Jason, Neville
7 On the faces of all the Russians and of the French 00:05:02 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 12: Platon Karataev. After the execution P 00:05:42 Jason, Neville
9 And the soldier, pushing away a little dog that wa 00:04:19 Jason, Neville
10 He seated himself more comfortably and coughed, ev 00:04:12 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 13: Rostovs Twenty-three soldiers, three o 00:03:28 Jason, Neville
12 He did not like talking about his life as a soldie 00:03:39 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 14: Princess Marya goes to the Rostovs in 00:06:24 Jason, Neville
14 Despite her excitement, Princess Marya realized th 00:06:52 Jason, Neville
Disc: 17
1 Chapter 15: When Natasha opened Prince Andrei's do 00:06:43 Jason, Neville
2 Princess Marya heard his words but they had no mea 00:04:27 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 16: Not only did Prince Andrei know he wou 00:04:51 Jason, Neville
4 He looked at her without moving and saw that she w 00:06:14 Jason, Neville
5 Once again it pushed from outside. 00:04:54 Jason, Neville
6 BOOK 13 (1812): Chapter 1 The cause of historical 00:04:07 Jason, Neville
7 That flank march might not only have failed to giv 00:03:47 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 2: Napoleon's letter to Kutuzov. The famou 00:05:16 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 3: The Emperor's letter to Kutuzov. The Ru 00:03:42 Jason, Neville
10 It would seem that, availing yourself of these cir 00:03:24 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 4: Bennigsen's note and the Cossack's info 00:04:48 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 5: Next day the decrepit Kutuzov, having g 00:03:41 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 6: The Battle of Tarutino. Next day the tr 00:04:11 Jason, Neville
14 And the adjutant galloped through the forest after 00:04:25 Jason, Neville
15 Chapter 7: Meanwhile another column was to have at 00:05:34 Jason, Neville
16 Chapter 8: Napoleon's measures Napoleon enters Mos 00:05:21 Jason, Neville
Disc: 18
1 Chapter 9: Napoleon's proclamations in Moscow. Wit 00:04:18 Jason, Neville
2 With regard to commerce and to provisioning the ar 00:04:39 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 10: But strange to say, all these measures 00:04:07 Jason, Neville
4 This is what the army authorities were reporting … 00:04:23 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 11: Pierre in captivity. Early in the morn 00:04:29 Jason, Neville
6 Pierre inquired what was being said about leaving, 00:06:07 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 12: Four weeks had passed since Pierre had 00:06:57 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 13: The French leave Moscow. The French ev 00:04:15 Jason, Neville
9 Pierre went up to him, though he knew his attempt 00:03:56 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 14: Through the cross streets of the Khamo 00:06:04 Jason, Neville
11 It seemed that all these men, now that they had st 00:05:20 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 15: The Russian army In the early days of 00:06:19 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 16: It was a warm, dark, autumn night. 00:06:27 Jason, Neville
14 Chapter 17: News of the French having left Moscow 00:03:36 Jason, Neville
15 He imagined all sorts of movements of the Napoleon 00:04:18 Jason, Neville
Disc: 19
1 Chapter 18: From the time he received this news to 00:04:33 Jason, Neville
2 Chapter 19: A man in motion always devises an aim 00:05:24 Jason, Neville
3 BOOK 14 (1812): Chapter 1: The national character 00:03:55 Jason, Neville
4 The French historians, describing the condition of 00:04:02 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 2: One of the most obvious and advantageou 00:06:24 Jason, Neville
6 Chapter 3: Partisans or guerrillas. The so-called 00:03:51 Jason, Neville
7 No, brother, I have gwown moustaches myself,' said 00:03:11 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 4: It was a warm rainy autumn day. 00:04:37 Jason, Neville
9 The approaching riders having descended a decline 00:04:12 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 5: The rain had stopped, and only the mist 00:04:30 Jason, Neville
11 Tikhon Shcherbaty was one of the most indispensabl 00:04:22 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 6: After talking for some time with the es 00:05:54 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 7: The French drummer boy Petya, having le 00:05:04 Jason, Neville
14 Then suddenly, dismayed lest he had said too much, 00:03:49 Jason, Neville
15 Chapter 8: Dolokhov and Denisov. The arrival of Do 00:05:50 Jason, Neville
16 Chapter 9: The attack on a French convoy. Having p 00:03:29 Jason, Neville
17 Dolokhov said that he and his companion were tryin 00:04:12 Jason, Neville
Disc: 20
1 Chapter 10: Having returned to the watchman's hut, 00:04:41 Jason, Neville
2 Petya ought to have known that he was in a forest 00:06:11 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 11: Petya The men rapidly picked out their 00:03:34 Jason, Neville
4 He could hear shooting ahead of him. 00:03:29 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 12: Pierre's journey among the prisoners. 00:03:25 Jason, Neville
6 At Dorogobuzh while the soldiers of the convoy, af 00:04:23 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 13: Karataev's story. At midday on the twe 00:03:49 Jason, Neville
8 Having put up at an inn they both went to sleep, a 00:04:57 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 14: 'A vos places!' suddenly cried a voice 00:03:39 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 15: The stores, the prisoners, and the mar 00:06:28 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 16: Berthier's report to Napoleon. After t 00:04:09 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 17: The flight beyond Smolensk. The moveme 00:04:19 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 18: This campaign consisted in a flight of 00:04:27 Jason, Neville
14 Chapter 19: Why the French were not cut off by the 00:05:23 Jason, Neville
15 All the profound plans about cutting off and captu 00:05:49 Jason, Neville
Disc: 21
1 BOOK 15 (1812 - 1813): Chapter 1: The Rostovs. Nat 00:05:16 Jason, Neville
2 She felt all the time as if she might at any momen 00:05:33 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 2: Natasha comforts her mother. Besides a 00:06:10 Jason, Neville
4 Chapter 3: Natasha and Princess Marya leave for Mo 00:03:41 Jason, Neville
5 From that day a tender and passionate friendship s 00:03:47 Jason, Neville
6 Chapter 4: Analysis of Kutuzov's movements. After 00:04:09 Jason, Neville
7 This longing to distinguish themselves, to manoeuv 00:03:38 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 5: In 1812 and 1813 Kutuzov was openly acc 00:04:02 Jason, Neville
9 But that man, so heedless of his words, did not on 00:04:24 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 6: Kutuzov at Krasnoe. The fifth of Novemb 00:04:20 Jason, Neville
11 He paused and looked around. 00:03:30 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 7: Encampment for the night. When the troo 00:05:55 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 8: One would have thought that under the a 00:04:17 Jason, Neville
14 The soldier said no more and the talk went on. 00:05:02 Jason, Neville
15 Chapter 9: The fifth company was bivouacking at th 00:06:04 Jason, Neville
Disc: 22
1 Chapter 10: The crossing of the Berezina. The Fren 00:05:16 Jason, Neville
2 After the junction with the army of the brilliant 00:04:27 Jason, Neville
3 Contrary to the Emperor's wish Kutuzov detained th 00:04:00 Jason, Neville
4 Chapter 11: Next day the field marshal gave a dinn 00:04:09 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 12: Pierre's illness and recovery at Orel. 00:04:04 Jason, Neville
6 And by old habit he asked himself the question: 'W 00:03:38 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 13: In external ways Pierre had hardly cha 00:06:15 Jason, Neville
8 Willarski was a married man with a family, busy wi 00:06:34 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 14: Moscow It would be difficult to explai 00:05:40 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 15: Pierre visits Princess Marya. At the e 00:03:43 Jason, Neville
11 The princess rose quickly to meet him and held out 00:04:29 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 16: 'She has come to stay with me,' said P 00:06:36 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 17: Pierre was shown into the large, brigh 00:06:34 Jason, Neville
14 Pierre continued. 00:06:43 Jason, Neville
Disc: 23
1 Chapter 18: It was a long time before Pierre could 00:06:41 Jason, Neville
2 Pierre dined with them and would have spent the wh 00:06:41 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 19: There was nothing in Pierre's soul now 00:04:49 Jason, Neville
4 Chapter 20: After Pierre's departure that first ev 00:04:04 Jason, Neville
5 FIRST EPILOGUE (1813 – 1820): Chapter 1 The forces 00:03:43 Jason, Neville
6 In what does the substance of those reproaches lie 00:04:00 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 2: Chance and genius. If we assume as the 00:04:49 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 3: Glory and grandeur. The fundamental and 00:05:09 Jason, Neville
9 He is needed for the place that awaits him, and so 00:06:31 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 4: Alexander renounces power. The flood of 00:06:37 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 5: A death and two weddings in the Rostov 00:04:10 Jason, Neville
12 Not one of the plans Nikolai tried succeeded; the 00:03:48 Jason, Neville
13 Chapter 6: Nikolai calls on Princess Marya. At the 00:05:26 Jason, Neville
14 They spoke of the countess’s health, of their mutu 00:05:32 Jason, Neville
Disc: 24
1 Chapter 7: Family life at Bald Hills. In the winte 00:04:09 Jason, Neville
2 He did not allow himself either to be hard on or p 00:04:03 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 8: One matter connected with his managemen 00:04:27 Jason, Neville
4 Among the gentry of the province Nikolai was respe 00:04:54 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 9: Nikolai and Marya It was the eve of St. 00:05:13 Jason, Neville
6 Sonya was always the first excuse Countess Marya f 00:04:01 Jason, Neville
7 Natasha smiled bashfully. 00:04:32 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 10: Natasha and Pierre. Natasha had marrie 00:05:43 Jason, Neville
9 There were then as now conversations and discussio 00:06:41 Jason, Neville
10 Chapter 11: Two months previously when Pierre was 00:04:07 Jason, Neville
11 Denisov, who had come out of the study into the da 00:03:57 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 12: As in every large household, there wer 00:05:35 Jason, Neville
13 Life was cheaper because it was circumscribed: tha 00:06:00 Jason, Neville
14 Chapter 13: When Pierre and his wife entered the d 00:04:03 Jason, Neville
15 Natasha saw by Pierre’s animation that his visit h 00:04:03 Jason, Neville
16 Chapter 14: The views of Pierre and Nikolai. Soon 00:04:11 Jason, Neville
Disc: 25
1 Natasha, who had long expected to be fetched to nu 00:03:12 Jason, Neville
2 Nikolai, who had left his nephew, irritably pushed 00:05:32 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 15: Two married couples. The conversation 00:06:10 Jason, Neville
4 Yes, that’s it! That's just what I said to him,' p 00:05:35 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 16: Little Nikolai Natasha and Pierre, lef 00:06:40 Jason, Neville
6 Yes, I should think …' Natasha began. 00:06:21 Jason, Neville
7 SECOND EPILOGUE (1813–1820): Chapter 1: The forces 00:05:58 Jason, Neville
8 But modern history cannot give that reply. 00:06:13 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 2: What force moves the nations? 00:06:06 Jason, Neville
10 Peasants having no clear idea of the cause of rain 00:05:18 Jason, Neville
11 Chapter 3: A locomotive is moving. 00:05:50 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 4: Having abandoned the conception of the 00:04:38 Jason, Neville
13 To these questions three answers are possible … 00:05:45 Jason, Neville
14 These historians resemble a botanist who, having n 00:05:48 Jason, Neville
Disc: 26
1 Chapter 5: The life of the nations is not containe 00:04:13 Jason, Neville
2 Not to speak of the fact that no description of th 00:03:12 Jason, Neville
3 Chapter 6: Only the expression of the will of the 00:04:33 Jason, Neville
4 So that examining the relation in time of the comm 00:04:24 Jason, Neville
5 Chapter 7: When an event is taking place people ex 00:04:07 Jason, Neville
6 Only by watching closely moment by moment the move 00:04:29 Jason, Neville
7 Chapter 8: The problem of free will and necessity 00:05:57 Jason, Neville
8 He could not live, because all man’s efforts, all 00:05:34 Jason, Neville
9 Chapter 9: For the solution of the question of fre 00:04:56 Jason, Neville
10 All cases without exception in which our conceptio 00:04:48 Jason, Neville
11 The third consideration is the degree to which we 00:03:56 Jason, Neville
12 Chapter 10: Thus our conception of free will and i 00:04:31 Jason, Neville
13 But even if - imagining a man quite exempt from al 00:05:16 Jason, Neville
14 Apart from these two concepts which in their union 00:03:53 Jason, Neville
15 Chapter 11: History examines the manifestations of 00:04:14 Jason, Neville
16 Chapter 12: From the time the law of Copernicus wa 00:05:47 Jason, Neville
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