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Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)


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In Framley Parsonage, the fourth novel of Trollope’s Chronicles of Barsetshire, the author leaves the confines of Barchester and looks to the countryside, where he relates the moral difficulties of Mark Robarts, the young clergyman who has recently been appointed Vicar of Framley. Desperate to keep up socially with the local aristocracy, the country parson is persuaded to underwrite the debts of Sowerby, a well-respected peer. However, when the debts are called in, Robarts finds himself in a serious predicament. Written with acute insight, together with a great deal of warmth and humor towards his characters’ attendant charms and foibles, Framley Parsonage is sure to delight. David Shaw-Parker’s reading perfectly captures the genial but acute voice of Anthony Trollope.
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Item number NA0178
Barcode 9781843798491
Release date 1/1/2015
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 17
Performers
Non-Classical Artist Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 1
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Framley Parsonage 00:06:19 Shaw-Parker, David
2 The living of Framley is in the diocese of Barches 00:05:29 Shaw-Parker, David
3 In person he was manly, tall, and fair-haired… 00:05:17 Shaw-Parker, David
4 On the next morning, however, she did as she was b 00:05:57 Shaw-Parker, David
5 Chapter 2 00:08:01 Shaw-Parker, David
6 Chaldicotes is the seat of Nathaniel Sowerby, Esq. 00:06:29 Shaw-Parker, David
7 Mrs. Harold Smith was the very opposite of her lor 00:05:45 Shaw-Parker, David
8 He paid his visit to Mr. Jones, the curate… 00:06:25 Shaw-Parker, David
9 Chapter 3 00:07:42 Shaw-Parker, David
10 He was shown into the drawing-room at once… 00:07:29 Shaw-Parker, David
11 Mr. Supplehouse began to make a pretty speech… 00:07:16 Shaw-Parker, David
12 'Supplehouse belongs to a clique which monopolises 00:05:44 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 2
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Chapter 4 00:06:39 Shaw-Parker, David
2 Mr. Sowerby was one of those men… 00:06:38 Shaw-Parker, David
3 It immediately occurred to Mark that as the lectur 00:08:43 Shaw-Parker, David
4 Chapter 5 00:08:18 Shaw-Parker, David
5 But Mrs. Robarts would not consent to this. 00:08:29 Shaw-Parker, David
6 And now Fanny Robarts's cup was full, full to the 00:06:30 Shaw-Parker, David
7 To this Mrs. Robarts made no answer; and in a very 00:07:31 Shaw-Parker, David
8 Chapter 6 00:07:16 Shaw-Parker, David
9 And then Mrs. Proudie began her story about Mr. Sl 00:06:29 Shaw-Parker, David
10 And there were one or two gentlemen on the second 00:06:17 Shaw-Parker, David
11 Harold Smith cast one eye down at him… 00:05:37 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 3
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Chapter 7 00:06:07 Shaw-Parker, David
2 Mrs. Proudie was rather stern at breakfast… 00:06:57 Shaw-Parker, David
3 At a little after nine they all assembled… 00:06:25 Shaw-Parker, David
4 Chapter 8 00:07:05 Shaw-Parker, David
5 Mark Robarts had now turned away, and his attentio 00:08:09 Shaw-Parker, David
6 Mark, as he thought of all this, could not but fee 00:07:25 Shaw-Parker, David
7 'The Manchester men will only be too happy for the 00:07:25 Shaw-Parker, David
8 Mr. Fothergill professed that he had been brought 00:04:52 Shaw-Parker, David
9 During the last two days Mr. Sowerby's intimacy wi 00:06:35 Shaw-Parker, David
10 Chapter 9 00:08:05 Shaw-Parker, David
11 'But she was very angry when she first heard it; w 00:07:51 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 4
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 At twelve the next morning the lord and the vicar… 00:04:33 Shaw-Parker, David
2 Chapter 10 00:07:11 Shaw-Parker, David
3 All this interfered greatly with Mark's wise resol 00:08:12 Shaw-Parker, David
4 Fanny was delighted when the news reached her. 00:06:44 Shaw-Parker, David
5 For the first two days Mrs. Robarts did not make m 00:06:02 Shaw-Parker, David
6 Chapter 11 00:08:28 Shaw-Parker, David
7 They had now turned up through the parsonage wicke 00:07:33 Shaw-Parker, David
8 Lady Lufton had hitherto been fortunate… 00:06:52 Shaw-Parker, David
9 Lord Lufton took out Mrs. Grantly to dinner… 00:06:46 Shaw-Parker, David
10 And then there was music. Lucy neither played nor 00:05:16 Shaw-Parker, David
11 Chapter 12 00:07:46 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 5
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Mark's heart was somewhat lighter as he left the b 00:04:57 Shaw-Parker, David
2 This did seem strange to Mark. 00:07:03 Shaw-Parker, David
3 Chapter 13 00:07:22 Shaw-Parker, David
4 She got Fanny up into her own den one afternoon… 00:07:03 Shaw-Parker, David
5 Mrs. Robarts immediately started off on her walk t 00:06:23 Shaw-Parker, David
6 They then walked up to the hall-door in silence. 00:05:13 Shaw-Parker, David
7 Chapter 14 00:07:40 Shaw-Parker, David
8 How it came to pass that the price of the splendid 00:08:13 Shaw-Parker, David
9 And what a screech would there not be among the cl 00:08:08 Shaw-Parker, David
10 And then children had come. 00:06:56 Shaw-Parker, David
11 Chapter 15 00:06:07 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 6
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 In appearance he was the very opposite to Mark Rob 00:04:18 Shaw-Parker, David
2 'As living in the same parish, you know, and being 00:06:50 Shaw-Parker, David
3 Mr. Crawley had gone at once to the root of the ma 00:05:58 Shaw-Parker, David
4 Chapter 16 00:06:42 Shaw-Parker, David
5 Lady Lufton's reply was very affectionate. 00:07:08 Shaw-Parker, David
6 A slight cloud came across his brow as he saw this 00:07:43 Shaw-Parker, David
7 She felt that it was almost unmanly of him thus to 00:07:20 Shaw-Parker, David
8 Chapter 17 00:07:33 Shaw-Parker, David
9 Her plan was to set the people by the ears talking 00:06:16 Shaw-Parker, David
10 Knowing as we do, that the terms of the Lufton-Gra 00:07:43 Shaw-Parker, David
11 The bishop again rubbed his hands… 00:06:08 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 7
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Chapter 18 00:08:26 Shaw-Parker, David
2 Mark took her hand, resolving to say nothing furth 00:06:45 Shaw-Parker, David
3 When Mark found himself in the private secretary's 00:07:11 Shaw-Parker, David
4 Chapter 19 00:06:55 Shaw-Parker, David
5 'Sowerby said that you would probably have to pay 00:07:18 Shaw-Parker, David
6 At this moment three or four other gentlemen enter 00:08:46 Shaw-Parker, David
7 'I have paid more than I lost three times over,' s 00:08:58 Shaw-Parker, David
8 Chapter 20 00:07:37 Shaw-Parker, David
9 This was cruel enough, but even this was hardly so 00:07:18 Shaw-Parker, David
10 It must be remembered that our gallant, gay Lothar 00:06:24 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 8
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 What took place between them on that occasion… 00:03:58 Shaw-Parker, David
2 Chapter 21 00:08:18 Shaw-Parker, David
3 And Lucy Robarts – we must now say a word of her. 00:07:56 Shaw-Parker, David
4 'Perhaps, considering my position, I ought to know 00:07:06 Shaw-Parker, David
5 Chapter 22 00:06:25 Shaw-Parker, David
6 This was very discouraging to Lucy. 00:05:59 Shaw-Parker, David
7 And then, by degrees, there was confidence between 00:05:54 Shaw-Parker, David
8 Chapter 23 00:07:27 Shaw-Parker, David
9 'Yes,' said Harold Smith, now verging on the bound 00:08:38 Shaw-Parker, David
10 But there was and always has been this peculiar go 00:07:37 Shaw-Parker, David
11 'Just lately, during these changes, you know…' 00:05:56 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 9
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Chapter 24 00:08:32 Shaw-Parker, David
2 'It is very seldom that a man finds himself in suc 00:07:54 Shaw-Parker, David
3 'How is poor Mr. Smith today?' asked Miss Dunstabl 00:07:26 Shaw-Parker, David
4 'I was going to tell you that you might be more ha 00:07:30 Shaw-Parker, David
5 Chapter 25 00:07:28 Shaw-Parker, David
6 During the first few moments of his interview with 00:05:39 Shaw-Parker, David
7 'And papa won't be Bishop of Westminster?' 00:06:08 Shaw-Parker, David
8 But that would not do. 00:05:38 Shaw-Parker, David
9 Chapter 26 00:07:18 Shaw-Parker, David
10 'Lucy, you are not attending to a word I say to yo 00:05:28 Shaw-Parker, David
11 Mrs. Robarts, to tell the truth, could hardly unde 00:06:56 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 10
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Lucy then got up from the sofa, and walked… 00:04:13 Shaw-Parker, David
2 Mrs. Robarts hardly knew how to say what she thoug 00:06:15 Shaw-Parker, David
3 Chapter 27 00:05:08 Shaw-Parker, David
4 On the morning in question he went to his appointm 00:05:49 Shaw-Parker, David
5 'How long? Since the day before yesterday.' 00:05:39 Shaw-Parker, David
6 'I shall see the duke myself,' Mr. Sowerby said at 00:06:16 Shaw-Parker, David
7 Chapter 28 00:06:55 Shaw-Parker, David
8 Such, so great and so various, was to be the inten 00:05:54 Shaw-Parker, David
9 Miss Dunstable once said to Mrs. Harold Smith that 00:06:40 Shaw-Parker, David
10 Chapter 29 00:07:30 Shaw-Parker, David
11 And then Lady Lufton entered the room, and Miss Du 00:07:05 Shaw-Parker, David
12 On this great occasion, when the misfortune… 00:07:06 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 11
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Miss Dunstable's rooms, large as they were… 00:07:43 Shaw-Parker, David
2 It must not, however, be supposed that Miss Grantl 00:08:01 Shaw-Parker, David
3 We must go back to our hostess, whom we should not 00:08:58 Shaw-Parker, David
4 Chapter 30 00:06:20 Shaw-Parker, David
5 'Lord Dumbello proposed to Griselda the other nigh 00:05:38 Shaw-Parker, David
6 Chapter 31 00:07:17 Shaw-Parker, David
7 Lucy also conceived that it was improbable that Lo 00:08:33 Shaw-Parker, David
8 'Do you think that Fanny knows anything of all thi 00:08:37 Shaw-Parker, David
9 'He has told everything to Mark,' said Mrs. Robart 00:08:08 Shaw-Parker, David
10 Such was her verdict, and so confident were they b 00:07:07 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 12
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Chapter 32 00:07:26 Shaw-Parker, David
2 Mark Robarts, in talking over this coming money tr 00:06:41 Shaw-Parker, David
3 Mr. Sowerby had called with the intention of expla 00:05:31 Shaw-Parker, David
4 Chapter 33 00:06:23 Shaw-Parker, David
5 'But, Robarts, under your present circumstances th 00:06:03 Shaw-Parker, David
6 Mrs. Robarts came to him in his room, reaching him 00:06:19 Shaw-Parker, David
7 Chapter 34 00:08:16 Shaw-Parker, David
8 Lord Lufton had determined not to explain to his m 00:08:23 Shaw-Parker, David
9 Very little had been said at Framley Parsonage… 00:08:24 Shaw-Parker, David
10 Chapter 35 00:07:40 Shaw-Parker, David
11 'Miss Robarts,' she said, not rising from her chai 00:07:02 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 13
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 But not for all or any of these reasons did Lady L 00:04:42 Shaw-Parker, David
2 'Then, Lady Lufton,' said Lucy, rising from her ch 00:05:30 Shaw-Parker, David
3 Chapter 36 00:06:57 Shaw-Parker, David
4 'What you mean is that you intend to take the burd 00:06:08 Shaw-Parker, David
5 'Miss Robarts,' he began, 'this step has been take 00:05:49 Shaw-Parker, David
6 'These are comforts which we have no right to expe 00:06:35 Shaw-Parker, David
7 Chapter 37 00:06:20 Shaw-Parker, David
8 It was soon put beyond a rumour, and became manife 00:07:19 Shaw-Parker, David
9 In these days, Mr. Sowerby came down to his own ho 00:06:42 Shaw-Parker, David
10 It was a dark night when he returned to the house… 00:04:26 Shaw-Parker, David
11 Chapter 38 00:08:28 Shaw-Parker, David
12 'To such an one as the Honourable George, for inst 00:08:38 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 14
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Mrs. Gresham now began to repent… 00:08:06 Shaw-Parker, David
2 Chapter 39 00:07:04 Shaw-Parker, David
3 'Why, Lady Arabella, she would have stayed at home 00:06:21 Shaw-Parker, David
4 'We shall all be going after him, sooner or later; 00:06:38 Shaw-Parker, David
5 When he had finished he meditated again for anothe 00:05:44 Shaw-Parker, David
6 Chapter 40 00:07:00 Shaw-Parker, David
7 Griselda herself was carried about in the processi 00:08:23 Shaw-Parker, David
8 'Grizzy, my dear,' he said to her – he always call 00:07:21 Shaw-Parker, David
9 But Mrs. Grantly was not a woman to be knocked dow 00:05:30 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 15
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Chapter 41 00:07:35 Shaw-Parker, David
2 What could she say, poor woman, to this? 00:06:19 Shaw-Parker, David
3 'No. Only think what Lucy has done and is doing.' 00:06:01 Shaw-Parker, David
4 'It was a very proper message.' 00:05:01 Shaw-Parker, David
5 Chapter 42 00:07:39 Shaw-Parker, David
6 The meaning of which was that Miss Dunstable… 00:05:58 Shaw-Parker, David
7 But he deeply grieved over his own stumbling… 00:04:58 Shaw-Parker, David
8 'This is a very unpleasant affair,' said Mr. Forre 00:06:09 Shaw-Parker, David
9 Chapter 43 00:07:50 Shaw-Parker, David
10 'How much will it be, Ludovic?' 00:07:37 Shaw-Parker, David
11 But her father was a doctor of medicine… 00:05:46 Shaw-Parker, David
12 She sat herself down, trying to think whether it w 00:06:48 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 16
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Chapter 44 00:08:36 Shaw-Parker, David
2 His wife still stood by him, gazing into his face… 00:05:26 Shaw-Parker, David
3 'Mr. Sowerby has betrayed him,' said Mrs. Robarts… 00:05:46 Shaw-Parker, David
4 In the expression of which opinion Lord Lufton… 00:06:53 Shaw-Parker, David
5 Chapter 45 00:07:47 Shaw-Parker, David
6 Madam, It is known to the writer that Lord Dumbell 00:08:09 Shaw-Parker, David
7 'Nothing in the world,' said his lordship. 00:08:10 Shaw-Parker, David
8 Chapter 46 00:08:37 Shaw-Parker, David
9 'It is Fanny, I am sure,' said Lucy, rising from h 00:08:32 Shaw-Parker, David
10 Lady Lufton now desired her coachman to drive up a 00:08:25 Shaw-Parker, David
Disc: 17
Framley Parsonage (Unabridged)00:00:00
1 Very early on the following morning – so early tha 00:05:17 Shaw-Parker, David
2 Chapter 47 00:07:05 Shaw-Parker, David
3 Then followed some very stringent, and, no doubt… 00:07:36 Shaw-Parker, David
4 But all this gave rise to a very pretty series of 00:08:56 Shaw-Parker, David
5 Chapter 48 00:08:23 Shaw-Parker, David
6 But if any such feeling of remorse did for awhile 00:05:44 Shaw-Parker, David
7 But it was October before Lord Lufton was made a h 00:06:44 Shaw-Parker, David
8 Lucy did not ask her future sister-in-law, seeing 00:06:27 Shaw-Parker, David
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