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AUSTEN, J.: Mansfield Park (Unabridged)


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Item number NAX46712
Barcode 9789626344675
Release date 9/1/2007
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 14
Performers
Non-Classical Artist Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 1
1 VOLUME 1: Chapter 1: About thirty years ago Miss M 00:05:04 Stevenson, Juliet
2 The letter was not unproductive. 00:06:02 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Except to the track on Nanny's cousin … 00:03:57 Stevenson, Juliet
4 'I suppose sister you will put the child …' 00:03:36 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Chapter 2: The little girl performed her long jour 00:03:43 Stevenson, Juliet
6 'This is not a very promising beginning …' 00:06:13 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Fanny thought it a bold measure … 00:06:04 Stevenson, Juliet
8 'To be sure, my dear, that is very stupid …' 00:06:58 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Chapter 3: The first event of any importance … 00:06:16 Stevenson, Juliet
10 'Well, Fanny, and if the plan were not unpleasant 00:06:03 Stevenson, Juliet
11 'Good heaven! What could I do with Fanny?' 00:06:56 Stevenson, Juliet
12 These opinions had been hardly canvassed … 00:03:33 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Chapter 4: Tom Bertram had of late spent so little 00:06:33 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Though Edmund was much more displeased … 00:06:09 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 2
1 It was some months before Sir Thomas's … 00:04:29 Stevenson, Juliet
2 The meeting was very satisfactory … 00:04:17 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Chapter 5: The young people were pleased … 00:04:10 Stevenson, Juliet
4 'Mary, how shall we manage him?' 00:05:49 Stevenson, Juliet
5 And Fanny, what was she doing and thinking … 00:07:36 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Chapter 6: Mr. Bertram set off for … 00:06:34 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Mrs. Norris, who had begun to redden … 00:05:49 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Edmund was sorry to hear Miss Crawford … 00:06:36 Stevenson, Juliet
9 'Of Rears and Vices I saw enough.' 00:04:42 Stevenson, Juliet
10 'Chapter 7: 'Well, Fanny, and how do you like …' 00:06:02 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Fanny could not wonder that Edmund … 00:06:13 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Fanny's answer was extremely civil … 00:06:16 Stevenson, Juliet
13 'That is a very foolish trick, Fanny …' 00:07:18 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 3
1 Chapter 8: Fanny's rides recommenced … 00:06:21 Stevenson, Juliet
2 'There can be no objection, then, to Fanny's going 00:06:42 Stevenson, Juliet
3 For the first seven miles Miss Bertram had very li 00:04:09 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Chapter 9: Mr. Rushworth was at the door … 00:07:34 Stevenson, Juliet
5 For a few moments she was unanswered … 00:06:08 Stevenson, Juliet
6 No objection was made, but for some time … 00:03:53 Stevenson, Juliet
7 'But why are you to be a clergyman?' 00:05:02 Stevenson, Juliet
8 'My dear Fanny,' cried Edmund … 00:05:31 Stevenson, Juliet
9 'Chapter 10: 'A quarter of an hour, twenty minutes 00:06:04 Stevenson, Juliet
10 'Prohibited! Nonsense! I certainly can get out tha 00:05:40 Stevenson, Juliet
11 'Handsome! Nobody can call such an undersized man 00:05:26 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Dinner was soon followed by tea and coffee. 00:03:57 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Chapter 11: The day at Sotherton … 00:02:53 Stevenson, Juliet
14 'Your father's return will be a very interesting e 00:04:32 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 4
1 'There are such clergymen, no doubt …' 00:04:37 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Fanny turned farther into the window … 00:03:22 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Chapter 12: Sir Thomas was to return in November … 00:03:41 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Fanny was the only one of the party … 00:06:22 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Fanny could listen no farther. 00:03:55 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Chapter 13: The Honourable John Yates … 00:04:28 Stevenson, Juliet
7 This, though the thought of thee moment … 00:03:44 Stevenson, Juliet
8 He was determined to prevent it, if possible … 00:05:31 Stevenson, Juliet
9 'If you are resolved on acting …' 00:05:55 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Chapter 14: Fanny seemed nearer being right … 00:05:06 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Everybody was growing weary of indecision … 00:04:25 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Cottager's wife!' cried Mr. Yates … 00:07:18 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Chapter 15: Miss Crawford accepted the part … 00:06:30 Stevenson, Juliet
14 'Do not act anything improper, my dear …' 00:04:32 Stevenson, Juliet
15 But the concerns of the theatre were suspended … 00:07:27 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 5
1 'No, indeed, Mr. Bertram, you must excuse me …' 00:06:54 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Chapter 16: It was not in Miss Crawford's power … 00:06:29 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Was she right in refusing what was so warmly asked 00:05:14 Stevenson, Juliet
4 'I have offended them, and they will not hear me … 00:04:21 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Chapter 17: It was, indeed, a triumphant day … 00:04:05 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Everybody around her was gay and busy … 00:03:55 Stevenson, Juliet
7 'You had better tell Miss Bertram to think of Mr. 00:05:07 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Chapter 18: Everything was now in a regular train 00:04:11 Stevenson, Juliet
9 From this moment there was a return of his former 00:03:41 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Lady Bertram seemed quite resigned to waiting … 00:05:35 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Surprise, consciousness, and pleasure appeared … 00:06:25 Stevenson, Juliet
12 VOLUME 2: Chapter 19: How is the consternation of 00:03:46 Stevenson, Juliet
13 She was nearly fainting … 00:04:24 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Sir Thomas was indeed the life of the party … 00:04:38 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Sir Thomas could not be provoked. 00:05:21 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 6
1 There was little time, however, for the indulgence 00:05:17 Stevenson, Juliet
2 'Mr. Yates was still talking. 'To own the truth …' 00:03:30 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Chapter 20: Edmund's first object the next morning 00:06:21 Stevenson, Juliet
4 'I hope we shall always think the acquaintance wor 00:05:38 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Her sensations were indefinable … 00:05:48 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Chapter 21: Sir Thomas's return made a striking ch 00:05:42 Stevenson, Juliet
7 'Miss Crawford was very right in what she said …' 00:06:46 Stevenson, Juliet
8 To her the conference closed as satisfactorily as 00:06:13 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Chapter 22: Fanny's consequence increased on the d 00:06:07 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Such was the origin of the sort of intimacy … 00:06:53 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Fanny was silent, and Miss Crawford relapsed into 00:05:31 Stevenson, Juliet
12 You intend to be very rich?' said Edmund … 00:06:19 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 7
1 Chapter 23: 'But why should Mrs. Grant ask Fanny?' 00:05:08 Stevenson, Juliet
2 The good news soon followed her. 00:03:44 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Mrs. Norris fetched breath, and went on again … 00:06:46 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Her two absent cousins, especially Maria … 00:04:35 Stevenson, Juliet
5 She had never spoken so much at once to him … 00:05:20 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Chapter 24: Henry Crawford had quite made up his m 00:04:13 Stevenson, Juliet
7 'Foolish fellow! And so this is her attraction aft 00:05:08 Stevenson, Juliet
8 This dear William would soon be amongst them … 00:05:10 Stevenson, Juliet
9 An affection so amiable was advancing each in the 00:05:37 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Chapter 25: The intercourse of the two families … 00:05:27 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Twice had Sir Thomas inquired into the enjoyment … 00:04:59 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Miss Crawford, a little suspicious … 00:05:35 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Sotherton was a word to catch Mrs. Norris … 00:04:12 Stevenson, Juliet
14 'I want to be your neighbour, Sir Thomas …' 00:04:19 Stevenson, Juliet
15 The chief of the party were now collected … 00:06:11 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 8
1 Chapter 26: William's desire of seeing Fanny dance 00:04:28 Stevenson, Juliet
2 The ball was now a settled thing … 00:05:23 Stevenson, Juliet
3 With such matters to ponder over … 00:05:11 Stevenson, Juliet
4 She would rather, perhaps, have been obliged … 00:04:03 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Chapter 27: On reaching home Fanny went immediatel 00:05:45 Stevenson, Juliet
6 'For one night, Fanny, for only one night …' 00:05:28 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Thursday, predestined to hope and enjoyment … 00:05:16 Stevenson, Juliet
8 I come from Dr. Grant's,' said Edmund … 00:05:11 Stevenson, Juliet
9 He had said enough to shake the experience … 00:03:27 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Chapter 28: Her uncle and both her aunts … 00:05:45 Stevenson, Juliet
11 When the company were moving into the ballroom … 00:04:44 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Miss Crawford saw much of Sir Thomas's thoughts … 00:05:07 Stevenson, Juliet
13 The evening had afforded Edmund little pleasure. 00:05:14 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 9
1 Chapter 29: The ball was over … 00:04:24 Stevenson, Juliet
2 A good night's rest improved her spirits. 00:04:16 Stevenson, Juliet
3 The week which passed so quietly and peaceably … 00:03:52 Stevenson, Juliet
4 The first half-hour was lost, for Fanny … 00:06:34 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Chapter 30: Miss Crawford's uneasiness … 00:04:15 Stevenson, Juliet
6 'When Fanny is known to him,' continued Henry … 00:05:28 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Ha!' cried Mary; 'settle in Northamptonshire!' 00:05:57 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Chapter 31: Henry Crawford was at Mansfield Park a 00:04:57 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Henry was most happy to make it more intelligible 00:04:18 Stevenson, Juliet
10 She had burst away from him, and at that moment … 00:05:17 Stevenson, Juliet
11 She was more silent than ever. 00:05:05 Stevenson, Juliet
12 At last - it seemed an at last to Fanny's nervousn 00:03:33 Stevenson, Juliet
13 VOLUME 3: Chapter 32: Fanny had by no means forgot 00:03:37 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Fanny would rather have been silent … 00:04:42 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 10
1 There was a look, a start, an exclamation … 00:04:42 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Sir Thomas looked at her with a deeper surprise … 00:05:25 Stevenson, Juliet
3 You have shown yourself very, very different … 00:06:16 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Her mind was all disorder. The past, present … 00:04:08 Stevenson, Juliet
5 She was struck, quite struck, when, on returning … 00:06:16 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Chapter 33: The conference was neither so short … 00:06:09 Stevenson, Juliet
7 It was with reluctance that he suffered … 00:05:53 Stevenson, Juliet
8 The promised departure was all that Fanny could th 00:06:25 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Chapter 34: Edmund had great things to hear on his 00:05:23 Stevenson, Juliet
10 In the evening a few circumstances occurred … 00:05:00 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Both gentlemen had a glance at Fanny … 00:05:54 Stevenson, Juliet
12 'A sermon, well delivered, is more uncommon …' 00:03:48 Stevenson, Juliet
13 She grew more agitated and displeased. 00:05:23 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 11
1 Chapter 35: Edmund had determined that it belonged 00:06:17 Stevenson, Juliet
2 'I must hope better things. I am aware …' 00:05:23 Stevenson, Juliet
3 'As a bystander,' said Fanny, 'perhaps I saw …' 00:04:52 Stevenson, Juliet
4 'It is above a week since I saw Miss Crawford.' 00:07:25 Stevenson, Juliet
5 Chapter 36: Edmund now believed himself perfectly 00:04:16 Stevenson, Juliet
6 'Ha!' she cried, with instant animation … 00:05:53 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Another short fit of abstraction followed … 00:04:39 Stevenson, Juliet
8 'Excellent creature! I will not tease you.' 00:04:44 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Poor Fanny's mind was thrown into the most … 00:03:26 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Chapter 37: Mr Crawford gone, Sir Thomas's next ob 00:03:56 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Experience might have hoped more for any young peo 00:06:25 Stevenson, Juliet
12 The only drawback was the doubt of her aunt … 00:04:10 Stevenson, Juliet
13 By the time Mrs. Price's answer arrived … 00:05:02 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 12
1 Chapter 38: The novelty of travelling … 00:05:24 Stevenson, Juliet
2 Another moment and Fanny was in the narrow … 00:04:30 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Fanny with doubting feelings had risen … 00:05:15 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Fanny was almost stunned. 00:04:33 Stevenson, Juliet
5 In this more placid state of things William … 00:04:28 Stevenson, Juliet
6 'What have you got there, my love?' 00:03:57 Stevenson, Juliet
7 Chapter 39: Could Sir Thomas have seen … 00:04:31 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Of her two sisters, Mrs. Price very much more rese 00:05:57 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Chapter 40: Fanny was right enough in not expectin 00:05:12 Stevenson, Juliet
10 The first solid consolation which Fanny received … 00:04:47 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Her temper was open. She acknowledged her fears … 00:03:45 Stevenson, Juliet
12 Chapter 41: A week was gone since Edmund … 00:04:55 Stevenson, Juliet
13 After talking a little more about Mansfield … 00:05:00 Stevenson, Juliet
14 Once fairly in the dockyard, he began to reckon up 00:03:18 Stevenson, Juliet
15 She turned away, and wished he would not say such 00:05:00 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 13
1 Chapter 42: The Prices were just setting off … 00:05:32 Stevenson, Juliet
2 After a moment's reflection, Mr. Crawford … 00:04:33 Stevenson, Juliet
3 'Is there nothing I can do for you in town?' 00:03:35 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Chapter 43: It was presumed that Mr. Crawford … 00:04:58 Stevenson, Juliet
5 This was a letter to be run through eagerly … 00:06:09 Stevenson, Juliet
6 Chapter 44: Seven weeks of the two months … 00:06:03 Stevenson, Juliet
7 The only question is how? 00:06:23 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Everybody at all addicted to letter-writing … 00:03:50 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Fanny's feelings on the occasion were … 00:04:07 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Chapter 45: At about the week's end … 00:06:18 Stevenson, Juliet
11 It was sad to Fanny to lose all the pleasure … 00:05:13 Stevenson, Juliet
12 It was a foolish precipitation last Christmas … 00:05:45 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Chapter 46: As Fanny could not doubt … 00:07:05 Stevenson, Juliet
14 It is a mistake, sir,' said Fanny instantly … 00:04:45 Stevenson, Juliet
15 Nothing happened the next day, or the next … 00:03:30 Stevenson, Juliet
Disc: 14
1 There is nothing like employment … 00:03:52 Stevenson, Juliet
2 The carriage came; and he entered the house … 00:04:46 Stevenson, Juliet
3 Chapter 47: It had been a miserable party … 00:05:52 Stevenson, Juliet
4 Sir Thomas was preparing to act upon this letter … 00:05:49 Stevenson, Juliet
5 That Edmund must be for ever divided from Miss Cra 00:05:00 Stevenson, Juliet
6 After a little reflection, he went on … 00:06:03 Stevenson, Juliet
7 After repeating this, Edmund was so much affected 00:06:59 Stevenson, Juliet
8 Chapter 48: Let other pens dwell on guilt and mise 00:05:13 Stevenson, Juliet
9 Here had been grievous mismanagement … 00:05:08 Stevenson, Juliet
10 Mrs. Norris's removal from Mansfield was the great 00:04:26 Stevenson, Juliet
11 Had he done as he intended, and as he knew … 00:04:49 Stevenson, Juliet
12 They lived together; and when Dr. Grant … 00:04:45 Stevenson, Juliet
13 Their own inclinations ascertained … 00:04:38 Stevenson, Juliet
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