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Lady Chatterley's Lover (Unabridged)


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Facts
Item number NA0027
Barcode 9781843794516
Release date 3/1/2011
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 11
Performers
Non-Classical Artist Peake, Maxine
Disc: 1
1 Chapter 1 00:05:53
2 Both Hilda and Constance had had their tentative l 00:07:05
3 However, came the war, Hilda and Connie were rushe 00:05:27
4 In 1916 Herbert Chatterley was killed… 00:03:59
5 Chapter 2 00:06:05
6 Clifford left them alone, and she learnt to do the 00:06:53
7 It was in her second winter at Wragby… 00:05:23
8 Chapter 3 00:06:12
9 There was something about him that Connie liked. 00:05:19
10 Breakfast was served in the bedrooms… 00:05:22
11 When he rose, he kissed both her hands… 00:05:02
12 Connie was in love with him… 00:05:59
13 Chapter 4 00:04:42
14 Hammond looked rather piqued. 00:06:05
Disc: 2
1 Silence fell. 00:06:48
2 Clifford made big eyes: it was all stuff to him. 00:07:00
3 Chapter 5 00:07:13
4 Connie was not keen on chains, but she said nothin 00:06:05
5 She was watching a brown spaniel that had run out… 00:07:08
6 'Who is your game-keeper?' Connie asked at lunch. 00:06:13
7 Michaelis had seized upon Clifford as the central 00:06:01
8 He spoke it almost in a brilliancy of triumph… 00:05:31
9 Chapter 6 00:05:26
10 On one of her bad days she went out alone… 00:05:19
11 It was nearly a mile to the cottage… 00:06:08
12 So she plodded home to Clifford… 00:05:31
13 It had rained as usual, and the paths were too sod 00:04:41
Disc: 3
1 Connie had received the shock of vision in her wom 00:06:12
2 Chapter 7 00:05:11
3 So she hardly ever went away from Wragby… 00:05:55
4 Tommy Dukes was at Wragby… 00:06:01
5 Down posted Hilda from Scotland… 00:06:21
6 Michaelis heard they were in town, and came runnin 00:04:13
7 Hilda posted off to Dr. Shardlow… 00:04:56
8 For the first week or so… 00:05:48
9 Chapter 8 00:06:20
10 The next afternoon she went to the wood again. 00:06:06
11 So Connie watched him fixedly. 00:04:38
12 She found Mrs. Bolton under the great beech-tree o 00:06:59
13 The weather came rainy again. 00:07:43
Disc: 4
1 Chapter 9 00:07:23
2 But no sooner had she gone, than he rang for Mrs. 00:06:14
3 Nevertheless, one got a new vision of Tevershall v 00:07:40
4 Under Mrs. Bolton's influence… 00:03:51
5 It was Mrs. Bolton's talk… 00:07:45
6 Chapter 10 00:06:31
7 She fled as much as possible to the wood. 00:05:47
8 One evening, guests or no guests, she escaped… 00:06:04
9 She lay quite still, in a sort of sleep… 00:06:50
10 He stood back and watched her going into the dark… 00:06:27
11 Constance, for her part, had hurried across the pa 00:05:49
12 The drizzle of rain was like a veil over the world 00:07:10
Disc: 5
1 He shut the door, and lit a tiny light… 00:08:23
2 The next day she did not go to the wood. 00:05:03
3 The baby was a perky little thing of about a year… 00:05:21
4 She started out of her muse, and gave a little cry 00:08:13
5 Connie went slowly home… 00:06:34
6 Connie would not take her bath this evening. 00:05:35
7 She had drifted to the door. 00:04:37
8 Connie was in bed, and fast asleep all this time. 00:07:31
9 He went to the hut, and wrapped himself in the bla 00:07:15
10 Chapter 11 00:06:44
11 Then one afternoon came Leslie Winter… 00:06:26
12 It was already May… 00:06:50
Disc: 6
1 As she rose on to the high country… 00:06:39
2 England, my England! 00:05:41
3 Squire Winter, a soldier, had stood it out. 00:06:26
4 Connie was glad to be home… 00:04:45
5 It was a sunny day, and Connie was working in the 00:07:41
6 Chapter 12 00:06:55
7 'Are you sad today?' she asked him. 00:05:26
8 There was a long pause of silence, a cold silence. 00:05:37
9 And she went with him to the hut. 00:05:52
10 He took his hand away from her breast… 00:06:25
11 And now in her heart the queer wonder of him was a 00:05:38
12 He rose, and turned up the lantern… 00:04:03
13 Chapter 13 00:06:57
Disc: 7
1 Connie listened, and flushed very red. 00:05:52
2 In front of them ran the open cleft of the riding. 00:04:53
3 She found Clifford slowly mounting to the spring. 00:04:48
4 The keeper appeared directly. 00:06:02
5 The chair began slowly to run backwards. 00:04:01
6 'I'm going to push too!' she said. 00:04:18
7 At lunch she could not contain her feeling. 00:06:04
8 Chapter 14 00:06:21
9 He twisted round again and looked at the enlarged 00:07:18
10 'Then came Bertha Coutts.' 00:05:33
11 There was a silence. 00:07:28
12 He held her close, in the running warmth of the fi 00:08:10
13 Then he woke up and looked at the light. 00:06:30
Disc: 8
1 And afterwards, when they had been quite still… 00:05:36
2 After a while, he reached for his shirt and put it 00:03:03
3 Chapter 15 00:05:52
4 Another day she asked him about himself. 00:06:40
5 Connie laughed, but not very happily. 00:06:17
6 There fell a complete silence. 00:06:12
7 When she came with her flowers… 00:05:45
8 'You don't mind, do you, that I'm going away?' she 00:05:11
9 The curious gulf of silence between them! 00:05:26
10 He had brought columbines and campions… 00:06:04
11 Chapter 16 00:04:21
12 They went onto the house. Connie marched in… 00:05:44
13 She listened with a glisten of amusement. 00:04:57
14 And the day came round for Hilda to arrive. 00:06:45
Disc: 9
1 It was true, Hilda did not like Clifford… 00:05:08
2 They were soon at Mansfield… 00:05:31
3 He unlocked the door and preceded them… 00:05:00
4 The three ate in silence. 00:06:17
5 It was a night of sensual passion… 00:05:18
6 Till his rousing waked her completely. 00:04:03
7 Silent, he put his plate on the tray and went down 00:04:47
8 Chapter 17 00:06:18
9 Connie found herself shrinking and afraid of the w 00:06:35
10 The Villa Esmerelda was quite a long way out… 00:05:27
11 It was pleasant in a way. It was almost enjoyment. 00:06:56
Disc: 10
1 She had been at Venice a fortnight… 00:03:22
2 She had a letter from Mrs. Bolton. 00:05:22
3 She could not help confiding a little in Duncan Fo 00:03:30
4 A few days later came a letter from Clifford. 00:05:39
5 However, everybody listens… 00:04:47
6 The irritation, and the lack of any sympathy… 00:04:55
7 Chapter 18 00:06:10
8 She found a letter from Mellors. 00:04:41
9 In spite of himself, little flames ran over his be 00:05:47
10 'Then why are you afraid of me?' she said. 00:05:06
11 She was quite determined now that there should be 00:05:27
Disc: 11
1 Connie confided in her father. 00:04:12
2 Poor Sir Malcolm! He was by no means keen on it. 00:04:45
3 The following day he had lunch with Connie and Hil 00:04:27
4 Duncan, when approached, also insisted… 00:05:01
5 Chapter 19 00:06:01
6 So Mrs. Bolton began to weep first. 00:06:37
7 His behaviour with regard to Connie was curious. 00:04:26
8 Clifford and Connie sat in silence when she had go 00:05:54
9 He was speechless, and the queer blank look of a c 00:05:08
10 The Grange Farm, Old Heanor, 29 September 00:06:24
11 'I'm sure you're sick of all this.' 00:06:44
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