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ELIOT, G.: Silas Marner (Unabridged)

    

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ELIOT, G.: Silas Marner (Unabridged)

Here is a tale straight from the fireside. We are compelled to follow the humble and mysterious figure of the linen weaver Silas Marner on his journey from solitude and exile to the warmth and joy of family life. His path is a strange one; when he loses his hoard of hard-earned coins all seems to be lost, but in place of the golden guineas come the golden curls of a child—and from desolate misery comes triumphant joy.



Disc 1

  Silas Marner (Unabridged)
1.   Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe 00:08:39
2.   It was fifteen years since Silas Marner had first come to Raveloe… 00:08:32
3.   Among the members of his church there was one young man… 00:08:09
4.   The search was made, and it ended… 00:06:11
5.   Chapter II 00:08:16
6.   About this time an incident happened… 00:07:52
7.   So, year after year, Silas Marner had lived in this solitude… 00:05:57
8.   Chapter III 00:07:53
9.   The door opened… 00:07:49
10.   Godfrey stood, still with his back to the fire… 00:09:46


Disc 2

  Silas Marner (Unabridged)
1.   That, at least, was the condition of Godfrey Cass… 00:06:31
2.   Chapter IV 00:04:43
3.   Keating rode up now… 00:06:29
4.   But now the mist, helped by the evening darkness… 00:08:30
5.   Chapter V 00:06:07
6.   As soon as he was warm he began to think… 00:07:42
7.   Chapter VI 00:06:45
8.   Mr. Tookey, the deputy - clerk… 00:07:32
9.   Here Mr. Macey paused… 00:09:55
10.   Mr. Dowlas was the negative spirit in the company… 00:05:00


Disc 3

  Silas Marner (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter VII 00:06:34
2.   The slight suspicion with which his hearers at first listened… 00:07:48
3.   Chapter VIII 00:08:27
4.   Some disappointment was felt… 00:07:36
5.   Godfrey rode along slowly… 00:06:36
6.   Chapter IX 00:06:25
7.   The Squire had laid down his knife and fork… 00:05:01
8.   Godfrey was silent. 00:07:44
9.   Chapter X 00:09:05
10.   I suppose one reason… 00:09:55


Disc 4

  Silas Marner (Unabridged)
1.   This good wholesome woman could hardly fail… 00:08:16
2.   Dolly's exhortation, which was an unusually long effort of speech… 00:07:31
3.   The Christmas carol, with its hammer - like rhythm… 00:08:34
4.   Chapter XI 00:07:09
5.   These dutiful questions and answers were continued… 00:06:18
6.   The anxiety about sister Priscilla… 00:09:37
7.   'Ha, Miss Nancy,'… 00:05:43
8.   'Did you speak to me, my dear' 00:05:59
9.   Solomon Macey, a small hale old man… 00:08:28
10.   Mr. Macey screwed up his mouth… 00:08:54


Disc 5

  Silas Marner (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XII 00:09:15
2.   This morning he had been told by some of his neighbours… 00:08:49
3.   Chapter XIII 00:07:04
4.   The proposition to take the child from him… 00:06:58
5.   He turned immediately towards the hearth… 00:06:19
6.   Chapter XIV 00:10:02
7.   'But she'll be my little un,'… 00:09:20
8.   And when the sunshine grew strong and lasting… 00:08:27
9.   Here was clearly a case of aberration in a christened child… 00:09:56
10.   Chapter XV 00:03:03


Disc 6

  Silas Marner (Unabridged)
1.   Part Two 00:06:41
2.   'I can dig it for you, Master Marner,'… 00:09:13
3.   Silas ate his dinner more silently than usual… 00:07:25
4.   Dolly was too useful a woman… 00:05:28
5.   This dialogue took place in Eppie's earlier years… 00:08:42
6.   'Father,' said Eppie, very gently… 00:06:01
7.   Chapter XVII 00:08:29
8.   It was Godfrey's custom on a Sunday afternoon… 00:05:03
9.   Perhaps it was this very severity… 00:06:17
10.   Godfrey had from the first specified Eppie… 00:09:30


Disc 7

  Silas Marner (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XVIII 00:10:12
2.   Chapter XIX 00:05:49
3.   Godfrey checked himself. 00:07:13
4.   Eppie took her hand from her father's head… 00:06:50
5.   It would be difficult to say whether it were Silas or Eppie… 00:08:28
6.   Chapter XX 00:06:28
7.   Chapter XXI 00:09:46
8.   Conclusion 00:06:45

Total Playing Time: 08:33:31






Author(s):
Eliot, George

Reader(s):
Bentinck, Anna

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Catalogue No: NA0167

Barcode: 9781843798118

Physical Release: 04/2014

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