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AUSTEN, J.: Watsons (The) / Sanditon (Unabridged)

    

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AUSTEN, J.: Watsons (The) / Sanditon (Unabridged)

One abandoned, one unfinished, these short works show Austen equally at home with romance (a widowed clergyman with four daughters must needs be in search of a husband or two in The Watsons) and with social change (a new, commercial seaside resort in Sanditon). Typically touching, funny, charming and sharp.



Disc 1

  The Watsons (Unabridged)
1.   The first winter assembly in the town… 00:05:11
2.   'You do not know Penelope. There is nothing she would not do…' 00:05:27
3.   'Your account of this Tom Musgrave, Elizabeth…' 00:05:28
4.   'We must not all expect to be individually lucky,' replied Emma. 00:04:41
5.   The girls, dressing in some measure together… 00:04:51
6.   'I think, Miss Emma, I remember your aunt very well…' 00:04:57
7.   The party passed on. 00:05:34
8.   At the conclusion of the two dances, Emma found herself… 00:04:49
9.   At the end of these dances, Emma found they were to drink tea… 00:04:57
10.   'We had quite lost you,' said Mrs. Edwards, who followed her… 00:04:48
11.   Emma and Mrs. Blake parted as old acquaintances… 00:04:15
12.   The next morning brought a great many visitors. 00:03:41
13.   Emma thanked him, but professed herself very unwilling… 00:04:28


Disc 2

  The Watsons (Unabridged)
1.   'Now, my dear Emma,' said Miss Watson… 00:05:39
2.   As their quietly sociable little meal concluded, Miss Watson… 00:05:02
3.   With much concern they took their seats… 00:05:35
4.   To say that Emma was not flattered by Lord Osborne's visit… 00:04:56
5.   'I shall be sorry for the doorkeeper…' 00:04:52
6.   Emma was the first of the females in the parlour again… 00:05:22
7.   Dinner came, and except when Mrs. Robert looked at her… 00:04:31
8.   He recollected himself, and came forward… 00:05:10
9.   The ladies were not wanting in civil returns… 00:05:03
10.   The clock struck nine while he was thus agreeably occupied… 00:03:51
11.   To Emma, the change was most acceptable… 00:03:54


Disc 3

  Sanditon (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 1 00:04:43
2.   'Excuse me, sir,' replied the other. 00:04:30
3.   A twinge or two, in trying to move his foot… 00:02:52
4.   'Our coast too full!' repeated Mr. Parker. 00:04:24
5.   Chapter 2 00:04:44
6.   Sanditon was a second wife and four children to him… 00:05:14
7.   Chapter 3 00:05:59
8.   Till within the last twelvemonth, Mr. Parker had considered… 00:05:16
9.   Chapter 4 00:03:06
10.   'My dear, we shall have shade enough on the hill…' 00:04:25
11.   They were now approaching the church… 00:04:55
12.   Chapter 5 00:03:13
13.   He read: My dear Tom, we were all much grieved… 00:03:56
14.   'Well,' said Mr. Parker, as he finished. 00:02:41
15.   Chapter 6 00:04:24
16.   She went on however towards Trafalgar House… 00:04:18
17.   'My dear Madam, they can only raise the price…' 00:03:30
18.   Chapter 7 00:03:51


Disc 4

  Sanditon (Unabridged)
1.   How Clara received it was less obvious… 00:04:59
2.   I have read several of Burns's poems with great delight,'… 00:04:07
3.   Charlotte could think of nothing more harmless to be said… 00:03:32
4.   'Aye my dear, that's very sensibly said,' cried Lady Denham… 00:05:03
5.   Chapter 8 00:04:22
6.   Though he owed many of his ideas to this sort of reading… 00:03:06
7.   Chapter 9 00:04:35
8.   'The West Indians,' she continued, 'whom I look upon…' 00:04:41
9.   'Invalids indeed. I trust there are not three people in England…' 00:04:15
10.   Chapter 10 00:05:45
11.   Mr. and Mrs. Parker and Charlotte had seen two post chaises… 00:06:02
12.   'l am much obliged to you,' replied Charlotte. 'But I prefer tea…' 00:03:50
13.   'Keep you awake perhaps all night,' replied Charlotte… 00:03:28
14.   Chapter 11 00:03:47
15.   Mrs. Griffiths had preferred a small, retired place… 00:03:52
16.   Chapter 12 00:04:40
17.   lt was a close, misty morning and, when they reached the brow… 00:05:48

Total Playing Time: 04:28:55






Author(s):
Austen, Jane

Reader(s):
Bentinck, Anna

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Period: Classical

Catalogue No: NA428112

Barcode: 9789626342817

Boxset: NAX27412

Physical Release: 03/2010

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