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BRONTE, E.: Wuthering Heights (unabridged)


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Item number NAX39712
Barcode 730099039727
Release date 4/1/2006
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 11
Disc: 1
1 Chapter 1: 1801 – I have just returned from a visi 00:02:59 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 Wuthering Heights is the name of Mr Heathcliff’s d 00:03:06 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 The apartment and furniture would have been nothin 00:02:55 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 I took a seat at the end of the hearthstone opposi 00:04:26 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 Chapter 2: Yesterday afternoon set in misty and co 00:02:18 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 The snow began to drive thickly 00:02:25 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 Her position before me was sheltered from the ligh 00:02:39 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 ‘You see, Sir, I am come, according to promise,’ 00:02:49 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 Perceiving myself in a blunder, I attempted to cor 00:02:47 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 He fixed his eye on me longer than I cared to retu 00:03:18 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 The little witch put a mock malignity into her bea 00:03:30 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 He sat within earshot, milking the cows… 00:02:45 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 Chapter 3: While leading the way upstairs 00:03:47 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 ‘An awful Sunday,’ commenced the paragraph beneath 00:02:21 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 ‘Saying this, he compelled us so to square our pos 00:02:30 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 I began to nod drowsily over the dim page 00:03:12 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 Oh, how weary I grew. How I writhed, and yawned 00:03:03 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 This time, I remembered I was lying in the oak clo 00:03:41 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 Heathcliff stood near the entrance 00:02:10 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 Scarcely were these words uttered when I recollect 00:03:20 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
21 I obeyed, so far as to quit the chamber 00:02:46 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
22 A more elastic footstep entered next 00:02:22 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
23 Heathcliff lifted his hand, and the speaker sprang 00:03:34 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
Disc: 2
1 Chapter 4: What vain weathercocks we are! 00:02:46 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 ‘He had a son, it seems?’ 00:02:54 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 The worthy woman bustled off, and I crouched neare 00:03:01 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 We crowded round, and over Miss Cathy’s head I had 00:03:06 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 He seemed a sullen, patient child 00:05:13 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 Chapter 5: In the course of time Mr Earnshaw began 00:03:01 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 Certainly she had ways with her… 00:02:47 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 But the hour came, at last 00:03:17 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 Chapter 6: Mr Hindley came home to the funeral 00:01:55 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 Young Earnshaw was altered considerably… 00:03:37 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 ‘Where is Miss Catherine?’ I cried hurriedly 00:03:23 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 ‘Hush, hush!’ I interrupted 00:03:17 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 ‘While they examined me, Cathy came round’ 00:02:06 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 Mrs Linton took off the grey cloak of the dairy-ma 00:02:03 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 Chapter 7: Cathy stayed at Thrushcross Grange five 00:03:18 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 Cathy, catching a glimpse of her friend in his con 00:02:52 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 Under these circumstances I remained solitary 00:03:33 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 ‘Yes: you had the reason of going to bed with a pr 00:02:20 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 ‘A good heart will help to a bonny face, my lad,’ 00:03:36 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 ‘You should not have spoken to him!’ 00:02:12 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
21 In the evening we had a dance 00:03:28 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
22 Thus interrupting herself, the housekeeper rose… 00:01:26 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
23 ‘On the contrary, a tiresomely active one.’ 00:02:37 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
Disc: 3
1 Chapter 8: On the morning of a fine June day… 00:03:04 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 Poor soul! Till within a week of her death… 00:03:33 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 Mrs Dean raised the candle, and I discerned a soft 00:01:50 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 Mr Edgar seldom mustered courage… 00:03:33 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 ‘Cathy, are you busy this afternoon?’ 00:02:58 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 Her companion rose up 00:02:58 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 ‘Catherine, love! Catherine!’ interposed Linton 00:04:02 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 Chapter 9: He entered, vociferating oaths dreadful 00:02:56 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 Poor Hareton was squalling and kicking in his fath 00:03:14 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 While saying this, he took a pint bottle of brandy 00:02:35 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 He did not contradict me 00:03:40 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 ‘I'm very far from jesting, Miss Catherine,’ 00:02:09 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 She seated herself by me again 00:03:19 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 Ere this speech ended I became sensible of Heathcl 00:02:31 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 ‘With your husband’s money, Miss Catherine?’ 00:04:10 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 ‘I want to speak to him, and I must, before I go u 00:02:57 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 About midnight, while we still sat up 00:02:49 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 Coming down somewhat later than usual 00:03:38 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 ‘I never saw Heathcliff last night,’ 00:01:46 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 Our young lady returned to us 00:03:31 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
21 Chapter 10: A charming introduction to a hermit’s 00:02:42 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
22 I got Miss Catherine and myself to Thrushcross Gra 00:02:50 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
23 It was a deep voice, and foreign in tone 00:03:35 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
24 ‘What does he want?’ asked Mrs Linton 00:02:41 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
25 She was about to dart off again 00:02:22 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
26 He took a seat opposite Catherine 00:03:16 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
Disc: 4
1 About the middle of the night, I was wakened… 00:03:09 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 ‘What do you think of his going to Wuthering Heigh 00:02:55 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 In this self-complacent conviction she departed 00:02:39 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 We had all remarked, during some time 00:03:11 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 ‘I wouldn’t be you for a kingdom, then!’ 00:02:33 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 ‘Banish him from your thoughts, miss,’ 00:02:30 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 Whether she would have got over this fancy… 00:02:52 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 As the guest answered nothing 00:05:38 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 Chapter 11: Sometimes, while meditating on these t 00:02:57 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 ‘God bless thee, darling!’ 00:03:28 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 The next time Heathcliff came 00:04:35 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 ‘I seek no revenge on you,’ 00:01:47 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 ‘Ellen,’ said he, when I entered 00:03:03 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 Heathcliff measured the height and breadth of the 00:02:42 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 The fellow approached… 00:01:53 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 ‘I’m nearly distracted, Nelly!’ 00:04:20 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 She rang the bell till it broke with a twang 00:02:35 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 Chapter 12: While Miss Linton moped about the park 00:02:42 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 I should not have spoken so if I had known her tru 00:02:29 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 She could not bear the notion which I had put into 00:03:50 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
21 I took her hand in mine 00:02:53 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
22 ‘Well, it seems a weary number of hours,’ 00:03:21 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
23 ‘You won’t give me a chance of life, you mean,’ 00:02:16 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
24 Perceiving it vain to argue against her insanity 00:02:53 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
25 ‘Catherine, what have you done?’ 00:02:59 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
Disc: 5
1 In passing the garden to reach the road 00:03:05 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 ‘Heathcliff frequently visits at the Grange,’ 00:03:07 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 I did not close my eyes that night 00:03:48 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 Chapter 13: For two months the fugitives remained 00:02:41 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 Linton lavished on her the kindest caresses 00:03:35 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 The remainder of this letter is for you alone 00:02:30 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 ‘This is Edgar’s legal nephew,’ 00:02:32 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 ‘My name was Isabella Linton,’ 00:02:50 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 I sat and thought a doleful time 00:03:56 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 You’ve acquainted me, Ellen, with your old master’ 00:03:14 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 ‘I shall have my supper in another room,’ 00:02:42 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 He made no reply to this adjuration 00:02:26 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 And so he went on scolding to his den beneath 00:03:18 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 Chapter 14: As soon as I had perused this epistle… 00:03:22 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 ‘Oh, I have nothing,’ I replied 00:02:41 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 ‘With your aid that may be avoided,’ 00:03:39 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 ‘My young lady is looking sadly the worse…’ 00:02:30 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 If I let you alone for half a day 00:03:21 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 ‘There – that will do for the present!’ 00:02:37 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 I protested against playing that treacherous part… 00:04:15 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
21 Chapter 15: Another week over 00:02:54 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
22 A book lay spread on the sill before her 00:02:57 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
23 As I spoke, I observed a large dog… 00:03:45 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
Disc: 6
1 The two, to a cool spectator 00:03:02 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 ‘Oh, you see Nelly, he would not relent…’ 00:02:57 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 ‘You teach me now how cruel you’ve been…’ 00:02:41 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 Ere long I perceived a group of the servants… 00:04:29 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 Chapter 16: About twelve o’clock that night… 00:03:22 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 Do you believe such people are happy in the other 00:02:05 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 I was weeping as much for him as her 00:03:40 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 He dashed his head against the knotted trunk 00:03:19 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 Chapter 17: That Friday made the last of our fine 00:02:47 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 ‘My dear young lady,’ I exclaimed 00:03:36 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 ‘Do you think he could bear to see me grow fat and 00:02:53 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 ‘Yesterday, you know, Mr Earnshaw…’ 00:02:47 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 ‘Yester-evening I sat in my nook reading some old 00:03:32 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 ‘He took the implements which I described to you…’ 00:03:30 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 ‘I’m afraid, Ellen, you’ll set me down as really w 00:03:08 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 ‘He shook me till my teeth rattled,’ 00:02:16 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 ‘Heathcliff did not glance my way,’ 00:03:36 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 ‘Oh, if God would but give me strength,’ 00:03:03 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 ‘In my flight through the kitchen…’ 00:02:49 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 On the day succeeding Isabella’s unexpected visit 00:03:16 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
21 But you’ll not want to hear my moralizing 00:02:38 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
22 Mr Linton was extremely reluctant to consent 00:02:32 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
23 I insisted on the funeral being respectable 00:03:02 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
Disc: 7
1 Chapter 18: The twelve years following that dismal 00:02:47 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 ‘Ellen, how long will it be…’ 00:03:46 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 He was away three weeks 00:02:35 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 You may guess how I felt at hearing this news 00:02:52 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 ‘Put that hat on, and home at once,’ 00:02:56 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 ‘Who is his master?’ 00:02:30 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 ‘Oh, Ellen! don’t let them say such things,’ 00:03:52 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 It gave Joseph satisfaction, apparently 00:03:38 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 Chapter 19: A letter, edged with black 00:03:34 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 ‘Now, darling,’ said Mr Linton 00:02:09 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 He had been greatly tried, during the journey 00:02:31 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 ‘Good evening, Joseph,’ I said, coldly 00:03:20 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 Chapter 20: To obviate the danger of this threat b 00:02:22 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 ‘Is she to go with us,’ 00:02:53 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 ‘Black hair and eyes!’ mused Linton 00:02:57 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 Heathcliff, having stared his son into an ague… 00:02:51 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 ‘Well,’ replied I, ‘I hope you’ll be kind to the b 00:04:48 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 Chapter 21: We had sad work with little Cathy that 00:02:47 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 I divined, from this account… 00:02:50 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 ‘Well,’ said I, ‘Where are your moor-game, Miss Ca 00:02:54 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
21 I whispered Catherine that she mustn’t… 00:02:36 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
22 Heathcliff bade me be quiet 00:03:04 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
23 ‘Naughty Ellen!’ 00:03:04 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
24 ‘Wouldn’t you rather sit here?’ 00:02:58 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
25 ‘I’ve a pleasure in him,’ he continued 00:02:43 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
Disc: 8
1 Linton gathered his energies, and left the hearth 00:03:20 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 We stayed till afternoon… 00:02:30 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 ‘Then you believe I care more for my own feelings 00:03:37 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 ‘I’m not crying for myself, Ellen,’ 00:03:03 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 One day, as she inspected this drawer 00:02:46 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 Her father sat reading at the table 00:01:52 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 ‘I didn’t, I didn’t!’ sobbed Cathy 00:03:16 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 Chapter 22: Summer drew to an end 00:02:41 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 In summer Miss Catherine delighted to climb along 00:03:14 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 ‘Aunt Isabella had not you and me to nurse her,’ 00:02:35 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 Catherine amused herself with dancing to and fro… 00:03:05 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 Catherine Linton (the very name warms me) 00:04:27 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 Chapter 23: The rainy night had ushered in a misty 00:02:45 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 I stirred up the cinders 00:02:49 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 ‘I wish you would say Catherine, or Cathy,’ 00:03:00 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 ‘Hush, Master Heathcliff!,’ 00:02:35 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 ‘Since you are in the habit of passing dreadful ni 00:03:23 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 ‘But you’ve made yourself ill by crying…’ 00:02:50 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 My companion waxed serious at hearing this speech 00:02:58 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 Chapter 24: At the close of three weeks… 00:02:06 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
21 The moon shone bright 00:03:59 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
22 ‘On my second visit Linton seemed in lively spirit 00:02:24 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
Disc: 9
1 ‘After sitting still an hour,’ 00:03:06 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 ‘The fool stared,’ 00:03:03 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 ‘He swore at us, and left Linton no time to answer 00:03:01 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 ‘Ellen, I was ready to tear my hair off my head!’ 00:03:44 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 ‘Sit down and take your hat off, Catherine,’ 00:04:19 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 Chapter 25: ‘These things happened last winter, si 00:02:30 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 ‘I’ve prayed often,’ 00:04:21 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 Edgar, though he felt for the boy… 00:02:24 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 Chapter 26: Summer was already past its prime… 00:03:01 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 Linton did not appear to remember what she talked 00:03:09 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 Linton looked at me, but did not answer 00:04:21 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 Chapter 27: Seven days glided away 00:02:22 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 We discerned Linton watching at the same spot… 00:03:23 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 My young lady, on witnessing his intense anguish 00:03:32 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 Linton had sunk prostrate again… 00:03:13 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 ‘You shall have tea before you go home,’ 00:02:45 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 At this diabolical violence I rushed on him furiou 00:03:38 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 ‘Take you with her, pitiful changeling!’ 00:03:42 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 ‘I am afraid now,’ 00:04:54 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 He shrugged his shoulders 00:03:58 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
Disc: 10
1 Chapter 28: On the fifth morning, or rather aftern 00:02:55 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 ‘Is she gone?’ 00:02:41 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 ‘Is Mr Heathcliff out?’ 00:03:01 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 I considered it best to depart without seeing Mr H 00:03:20 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 Happily, I was spared the journey… 00:04:54 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 Chapter 29: The evening after the funeral 00:03:23 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 ‘Why not let Catherine continue here,’ 00:04:13 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 ‘You were very wicked, Mr Heathcliff!’ 00:03:41 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 You may laugh, if you will 00:04:34 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 Chapter 30: I have paid a visit to the Heights 00:03:06 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 ‘At last, one night she came boldly into my chambe 00:02:47 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 Heathcliff went up once, to show her Linton’s will 00:04:17 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 ‘That was a great advance for the lad.’ 00:02:36 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 ‘“What could I ha’ done?”’ 00:02:27 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 Chapter 31: Yesterday was bright, calm, and frosty 00:02:19 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 ‘A letter from your old acquaintance,’ 00:03:15 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 Earnshaw blushed crimson… 00:02:47 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 But his self-love would endure no further torment 00:05:29 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 Chapter 32: 1802 – This September I was invited… 00:03:57 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 Wuthering Heights was the goal of my proposed excu 00:03:22 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
21 The task was done, not free from further blunders 00:03:26 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
Disc: 11
1 ‘Heathcliff dead!’ 00:02:17 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
2 Catherine, contented at first, in a brief space gr 00:04:21 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
3 Mr Heathcliff, who grew more and more disinclined 00:02:08 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
4 Before he could attempt to recover it 00:03:15 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
5 Whether the kiss convinced Hareton, I cannot tell 00:02:28 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
6 The work they studied was full of costly pictures 00:02:40 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
7 Chapter 33: On the morrow of that Monday 00:03:14 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
8 Hareton looked at his plate 00:03:48 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
9 The master seemed confounded a moment 00:02:39 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
10 I led my young lady out 00:02:46 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
11 While I admired and they laboured, dusk drew on 00:03:15 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
12 ‘Nelly, there is a strange change approaching;’ 00:03:00 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
13 ‘But what do you mean by a change, Mr Heathcliff?’ 00:03:08 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
14 Chapter 34: For some days after that evening… 00:02:42 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
15 ‘Will you have some breakfast?’ 00:03:40 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
16 ‘Is there some new reason for this banishment?’ 00:02:35 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
17 I hurried out in a foolish state of dread 00:02:16 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
18 Dawn restored me to common sense 00:03:44 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
19 The hours crept anxiously by 00:03:10 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
20 ‘It is not my fault that I cannot eat or rest,’ 00:02:44 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
21 As soon as he heard the other members of the famil 00:03:10 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
22 I hasped the window 00:03:38 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
23 ‘What is the matter, my little man?’ 00:03:52 Timson, David McTeer, Janet
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