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GASKELL, E.: Wives and Daughters (Abridged)


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Item number NA692712
Barcode 9789626349274
Release date 3/1/2010
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 8
Performers
Non-Classical Artist Tomlinson, Patience
Disc: 1
1 THE DAWN OF AS GALA DAY 00:05:25 Tomlinson, Patience
2 After the proper amount of exhibition… 00:03:38 Tomlinson, Patience
3 'Ah, yes! as soon as we have got over the school…' 00:03:20 Tomlinson, Patience
4 A NOVICE AMONG THE GREAT FOLK 00:04:55 Tomlinson, Patience
5 At length she saw the pretty lady coming back… 00:05:07 Tomlinson, Patience
6 Molly - only child as she was… 00:04:53 Tomlinson, Patience
7 Mrs. Kirkpatrick came gliding up… 00:05:02 Tomlinson, Patience
8 MOLLY GIBSON'S CHILDHOOD 00:03:16 Tomlinson, Patience
9 Mr. Gibson's domestic affections… 00:02:48 Tomlinson, Patience
10 MR. GIBSON'S NEIGHBOURS 00:03:29 Tomlinson, Patience
11 Perhaps the man of all others… 00:03:14 Tomlinson, Patience
12 If Roger did not do well at Cambridge it was his o 00:02:54 Tomlinson, Patience
13 CALF-LOVE 00:05:34 Tomlinson, Patience
14 Mr. Coxe hung his head a little, and meditated. 00:02:13 Tomlinson, Patience
15 A Visit To The Hamleys 00:04:12 Tomlinson, Patience
16 'Ah! But it was not a lesson. I remember the paint 00:04:44 Tomlinson, Patience
17 Molly was so deep in one of Sir Walter Scott's nov 00:02:32 Tomlinson, Patience
18 FORESHADOWS OF LOVE PERILS 00:02:22 Tomlinson, Patience
19 So Mr. Gibson rode round to the stables… 00:04:00 Tomlinson, Patience
20 DRIFTING INTO DANGER 00:04:04 Tomlinson, Patience
Disc: 2
1 During this absence of Molly's… 00:05:28 Tomlinson, Patience
2 THE WIDOWER AND THE WIDOW 00:05:22 Tomlinson, Patience
3 But the first day on which Mr. Gibson paid his vis 00:02:07 Tomlinson, Patience
4 A CRISIS 00:04:04 Tomlinson, Patience
5 It was the next morning before Mr. Gibson arrived… 00:04:56 Tomlinson, Patience
6 For a minute or two he thought it would be kinder… 00:04:46 Tomlinson, Patience
7 To their surprise, Molly came in, trying hard to l 00:03:40 Tomlinson, Patience
8 MAKING FRIENDSHIP 00:03:30 Tomlinson, Patience
9 It is a question whether Mrs. Kirkpatrick or Molly 00:04:30 Tomlinson, Patience
10 Mrs. Kirkpatrick led her into Lady Cumnor's presen 00:03:03 Tomlinson, Patience
11 Molly had held up all the day bravely… 00:03:45 Tomlinson, Patience
12 PREPARING FOR THE WEDDING 00:03:12 Tomlinson, Patience
13 MOLLY GIBSON'S NEW FRIENDS 00:04:50 Tomlinson, Patience
14 Mr. Preston must have heard her step… 00:03:51 Tomlinson, Patience
15 MOLLY FINDS HERSELF PATRONISED 00:03:57 Tomlinson, Patience
16 'I used to think I managed her…' 00:03:56 Tomlinson, Patience
17 Then the carriage came round… 00:02:31 Tomlinson, Patience
18 All the gentlemen were gone… 00:02:45 Tomlinson, Patience
19 THE NEW MAMMA 00:04:14 Tomlinson, Patience
Disc: 3
1 For some time the murmurs and grumblings… 00:04:26 Tomlinson, Patience
2 THE BRIDE AT HOME 00:04:21 Tomlinson, Patience
3 Squire Hamley came in. 00:03:48 Tomlinson, Patience
4 TROUBLE AT HAMLEY HALL 00:04:53 Tomlinson, Patience
5 The squire asked Molly every day… 00:04:01 Tomlinson, Patience
6 Mr. Osborne's Secret 00:03:08 Tomlinson, Patience
7 The last afternoon of her stay at the Hall came. 00:03:06 Tomlinson, Patience
8 CYNTHIA'S ARRIVAL 00:05:22 Tomlinson, Patience
9 A woman will have this charm… 00:04:34 Tomlinson, Patience
10 'Well, then mamma had to go out as a governess…' 00:05:28 Tomlinson, Patience
11 MRS. GIBSON'S VISITOR'S 00:05:20 Tomlinson, Patience
12 Molly went back to her seat by Cynthia. 00:04:31 Tomlinson, Patience
13 THE HALF-SISTERS 00:04:26 Tomlinson, Patience
14 'We've had our unexpected visitor, too,' said Mr. 00:03:38 Tomlinson, Patience
15 OSBORNE HAMLEY REVIEWS HIS POSITION 00:03:37 Tomlinson, Patience
16 MRS. GIBSON'S LITTLE DINNER 00:02:49 Tomlinson, Patience
17 'Ah, Mr. Gibson, I have found out…' 00:03:51 Tomlinson, Patience
18 HOLLINGFORD IN A BUSTLE 00:02:47 Tomlinson, Patience
19 The afternoon of the day on which the ball was to 00:03:24 Tomlinson, Patience
Disc: 4
1 A CHARITY BALL 00:04:41 Tomlinson, Patience
2 Meanwhile Miss Piper and Miss Phoebe… 00:04:42 Tomlinson, Patience
3 Mr. Preston was looking intently and angrily… 00:04:59 Tomlinson, Patience
4 Lady Harriet, spied the Gibson party… 00:05:14 Tomlinson, Patience
5 Molly felt innocent enough, and made no reply. 00:03:05 Tomlinson, Patience
6 She put her arm in her brother's as she spoke… 00:02:58 Tomlinson, Patience
7 RIVALRY 00:04:12 Tomlinson, Patience
8 'Oh, but you must be with us! We must wait…' 00:04:42 Tomlinson, Patience
9 For some reason or other, unknown to the Gibsons… 00:04:58 Tomlinson, Patience
10 'I believe I have been very thoughtless…' 00:04:07 Tomlinson, Patience
11 BUSH-FIGHTING 00:05:07 Tomlinson, Patience
12 Presently, Osborne came upstairs… 00:05:47 Tomlinson, Patience
13 Again Cynthia was lost in thought… 00:04:43 Tomlinson, Patience
14 OLD WAYS AND NEW WAYS 00:04:50 Tomlinson, Patience
15 COMING EVENTS 00:04:23 Tomlinson, Patience
16 Lady Harriet was sorry to miss Molly… 00:04:42 Tomlinson, Patience
17 Cynthia now joined the party, pretty and elegant… 00:03:25 Tomlinson, Patience
18 BRIGHTENING PROSPECTS 00:02:00 Tomlinson, Patience
Disc: 5
1 ‘What's this I hear about Roger?' said Mr. Gibson… 00:02:59 Tomlinson, Patience
2 'I wish I could tell his mother,' said the squire… 00:04:27 Tomlinson, Patience
3 A LOVER'S MISTAKE 00:04:05 Tomlinson, Patience
4 Cynthia did not seem inclined to repeat her saying 00:03:18 Tomlinson, Patience
5 THE MOTHER'S MANOEUVRE 00:04:59 Tomlinson, Patience
6 'I knew,' said she through sobs and tears… 00:04:52 Tomlinson, Patience
7 'Has mamma told you?' said she… 00:05:15 Tomlinson, Patience
8 'He's not the eldest son,' continued the squire… 00:03:12 Tomlinson, Patience
9 'Your Molly is one in a thousand…' 00:03:49 Tomlinson, Patience
10 MR. KIRKPATRICK , Q.C. 00:03:17 Tomlinson, Patience
11 MOLLY GIBSON BREATHES FREELY 00:03:04 Tomlinson, Patience
12 'You see a great deal of Mr. Preston, don't you, M 00:04:04 Tomlinson, Patience
13 GATHERING CLOUDS 00:03:50 Tomlinson, Patience
14 'I'm afraid I'm not as much struck by the wonder o 00:03:01 Tomlinson, Patience
15 THE STORM BURSTS 00:03:44 Tomlinson, Patience
16 Molly left the path and went straight… 00:04:12 Tomlinson, Patience
17 'I am quite puzzled by you both,' said Molly. 00:04:07 Tomlinson, Patience
18 CYNTHIA'S CONFESSION 00:05:39 Tomlinson, Patience
19 He sate down on the table… 00:05:35 Tomlinson, Patience
Disc: 6
1 'So now you understand it all, Molly.' 00:05:50 Tomlinson, Patience
2 MOLLY GIBSON TO THE RESCUE 00:03:46 Tomlinson, Patience
3 It was a cloudy blustering day… 00:04:43 Tomlinson, Patience
4 'Does she say that to you in cold blood?' 00:03:23 Tomlinson, Patience
5 Cynthia was on the watch for her return… 00:03:41 Tomlinson, Patience
6 CONFIDENCES 00:03:29 Tomlinson, Patience
7 'No one here! What a blessing!' 00:04:56 Tomlinson, Patience
8 Molly thought for a minute or two… 00:03:55 Tomlinson, Patience
9 Molly enjoyed her house to herself to the full… 00:04:00 Tomlinson, Patience
10 HOLLINGFORD GOSSIPS 00:04:59 Tomlinson, Patience
11 SCANDAL AND ITS VICTIMS 00:05:16 Tomlinson, Patience
12 'Molly Gibson has lost her character, sister. That 00:05:45 Tomlinson, Patience
13 AN INNOCENT CULPRIT 00:04:45 Tomlinson, Patience
14 'You say you were not acting for yourself…' 00:04:36 Tomlinson, Patience
15 I hate to have you mixed up in mysteries.' 00:04:19 Tomlinson, Patience
16 MOLLY GIBSON FINDS A CHAMPION 00:02:59 Tomlinson, Patience
17 At length he burst in. 00:04:16 Tomlinson, Patience
18 Lady Harriet, was riding homewards… 00:04:28 Tomlinson, Patience
Disc: 7
1 And he rode home, and told his wife… 00:01:55 Tomlinson, Patience
2 CYNTHIA AT BAY 00:04:53 Tomlinson, Patience
3 When she looked back upon her visit… 00:03:44 Tomlinson, Patience
4 At last she said, 'Molly knows it all.' 00:04:00 Tomlinson, Patience
5 'TROUBLES NEVER COME ALONE' 00:03:54 Tomlinson, Patience
6 'But here you are, just in such a position before 00:03:50 Tomlinson, Patience
7 She laid her hand on the hot damp skin of the hors 00:03:34 Tomlinson, Patience
8 SQUIRE HAMLEY'S SORROW 00:04:04 Tomlinson, Patience
9 'Here's Molly,' said Mr. Gibson, choking a little 00:03:11 Tomlinson, Patience
10 'Some months ago Osborne called.' 00:03:27 Tomlinson, Patience
11 'Someone must write to Mrs. Osborne Hamley.' 00:04:29 Tomlinson, Patience
12 UNLOOKED-FOR ARRIVALS 00:04:18 Tomlinson, Patience
13 The writing this letter was rather difficult work 00:04:27 Tomlinson, Patience
14 Her arms relaxed, her figure swayed… 00:04:49 Tomlinson, Patience
15 MOLLY GIBSON'S WORTH IS DISCOVERED 00:04:43 Tomlinson, Patience
16 After this, long days passed over… 00:04:17 Tomlinson, Patience
17 When they came within two miles of Hollingford… 00:04:26 Tomlinson, Patience
18 Molly's delight at seeing her showed itself… 00:03:08 Tomlinson, Patience
19 AN ABSENT LOVER RETURNS 00:05:17 Tomlinson, Patience
Disc: 8
1 Molly went on with her questions on other subjects 00:03:49 Tomlinson, Patience
2 'I was so sorry to hear how ill you had been!' 00:03:18 Tomlinson, Patience
3 'OFF WITH THE OLD LOVE, AND ON WITH THE NEW.' 00:05:11 Tomlinson, Patience
4 Now Roger spoke to Molly - spoke hurriedly, spoke 00:04:18 Tomlinson, Patience
5 BRIDAL VISITS AND ADIEUX 00:04:03 Tomlinson, Patience
6 'The squire?' asked Mrs. Gibson in some surprise. 00:03:36 Tomlinson, Patience
7 Molly was sitting in the drawing-room pale and tre 00:05:14 Tomlinson, Patience
8 When Molly arrived at the Towers… 00:04:33 Tomlinson, Patience
9 REVIVING HOPES AND BRIGHTENING PROSPECTS 00:04:47 Tomlinson, Patience
10 Molly stood up. 00:04:29 Tomlinson, Patience
11 MOLLY GIBSON AT HAMLEY HALL 00:04:00 Tomlinson, Patience
12 It so happened that on Molly's last morning… 00:04:36 Tomlinson, Patience
13 ROGER HAMLEY'S CONFESSION 00:04:51 Tomlinson, Patience
14 One evening after dinner… 00:04:17 Tomlinson, Patience
15 'My dear boy!' said Mr. Gibson… 00:04:41 Tomlinson, Patience
16 Mr. Gibson gave Roger's message to his wife… 00:03:33 Tomlinson, Patience
17 Having married Cynthia, as her mother put it… 00:04:41 Tomlinson, Patience
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