MELVILLE, H.: Bartleby the Scrivener / The Lightning-Rod Man / The Bell-Tower (Unabridged)

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Item number NA240112
Barcode 9789626344019
Release date 2/1/2006
Category Spoken Word
Number of units 2
Disc: 1
1 I am a rather elderly man 00:04:05 Roberts, William
2 Some time prior to the period at which this little 00:03:12 Roberts, William
3 There are many singular coincidences I have known. 00:03:03 Roberts, William
4 ‘With submission, sir,’ said Turkey... 00:02:51 Roberts, William
5 Among the manifestations of his diseased ambition. 00:02:40 Roberts, William
6 Though concerning the self-indulgent habits of Tur 00:03:22 Roberts, William
7 Now my original business – that of conveyancer... 00:02:09 Roberts, William
8 At first Bartleby did an extraordinary quantity of 00:03:57 Roberts, William
9 A few days after this, Bartleby concluded... 00:02:45 Roberts, William
10 It is not seldom the case that when a man is browb 00:03:39 Roberts, William
11 Nothing so aggravates an earnest person as a passi 00:03:37 Roberts, William
12 ‘Bartleby’, said I, ‘Ginger Nut is away...’ 00:02:25 Roberts, William
13 As days passed on, I became considerably reconcile 00:03:09 Roberts, William
14 Now, the utterly unsurmised appearance of Bartleby 00:03:22 Roberts, William
15 For the first time in my life a feeling of overpow 00:03:16 Roberts, William
16 Revolving all these things, and coupling them... 00:03:46 Roberts, William
17 It was rather weak in me I confess... 00:03:40 Roberts, William
18 As he opened the folding-door to retire... 00:03:20 Roberts, William
19 At length, necessities connected with my business. 00:05:12 Roberts, William
20 As I had intended, I was rather earlier than usual 00:03:14 Roberts, William
21 ‘Will you, or will you not, quit me?’ 00:03:14 Roberts, William
22 I endeavored also immediately to occupy myself... 00:04:43 Roberts, William
23 ‘Ere revolving any complicated project, however... 00:02:40 Roberts, William
24 On the appointed day I engaged carts and men... 00:01:59 Roberts, William
Disc: 2
1 ‘I am very sorry, sir’ said I... 00:03:10 Roberts, William
2 ‘Now one of two things must take place.’ 00:02:38 Roberts, William
3 I answered nothing... 00:03:18 Roberts, William
4 Being under no disgraceful charge... 00:03:02 Roberts, William
5 ‘How’s this?’ said the grub-man... 00:03:01 Roberts, William
6 There would seem little need for proceeding furthe 00:02:50 Roberts, William
7 What grand irregular thunder, thought I... 00:02:56 Roberts, William
8 ‘Sir,’ said I, bowing politely... 00:03:02 Roberts, William
9 ‘I am a dealer in lightning-rods’, said the strang 00:03:09 Roberts, William
10 ’Crash! Only three pulses...’ 00:02:51 Roberts, William
11 There was now a little cessation of the storm... 00:02:39 Roberts, William
12 ‘Tall men in a thunder storm I avoid...’ 00:03:48 Roberts, William
13 In the south of Europe... 00:03:39 Roberts, William
14 At length the holiday of the tower came... 00:03:54 Roberts, William
15 His felony remitted by the judge... 00:03:48 Roberts, William
16 But, being questioned... 00:04:11 Roberts, William
17 His still, Vulcanic face hiding its burning bright 00:04:16 Roberts, William
18 ‘Hark! Is that – a footfall above?’ 00:03:19 Roberts, William
19 Slowly, the day drew on... 00:05:04 Roberts, William
20 From the mystery unavoidably investing it... 00:03:15 Roberts, William
21 He still bent his efforts... 00:04:22 Roberts, William
22 It was thought that on the day preceding the fatal 00:03:37 Roberts, William
23 But as the pall-bearers entered the cathedral porc 00:03:29 Roberts, William
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