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DICKENS, C.: Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)

For the background to this historical novel, a tale of mystery, suspense and unsolved murder, Dickens chose the anti-Catholic Gordon Riots of 1780. Mayhem reigns in the streets of London, vividly described by Dickens, and the innocent Barnaby Rudge is drawn into the thick of it. Against the public disorder, Dickens tells of the private discord within families—with fathers and sons at loggerheads—and creates a wealth of colourful characters: the sinuously evil Lord Chester; the pretty and vivacious Dolly Varden; and the host and regulars at the Maypole Inn—a symbol of security in those uncertain and violent times.



Disc 1

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Preface 00:08:09
2.   Chapter 1 00:08:16
3.   There was another guest… 00:06:47
4.   The heir apparent to the Maypole… 00:06:54
5.   The landlord pausing here… 00:06:15
6.   The man glanced at the parish… 00:05:07
7.   At this point of the narrative… 00:06:34
8.   Chapter 2 00:05:52
9.   Whether the traveller was possessed… 00:06:51
10.   Thus they regarded each other… 00:06:01
11.   Chapter 3 00:06:11


Disc 2

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   So saying, he raised his face… 00:06:11
2.   With these words, he applied himself… 00:04:31
3.   Chapter 4 00:05:59
4.   After a long and patient contemplation… 00:05:43
5.   Sim Tappertit, among the other fancies… 00:07:13
6.   Although Sim Tappertit had taken no share… 00:05:23
7.   Chapter 5 00:05:12
8.   The widow shook her head. 00:04:54
9.   Chapter 6 00:05:55
10.   He took his wig off outright… 00:05:58
11.   The young man smiled… 00:07:01
12.   The raven gave a short, comfortable… 00:05:13


Disc 3

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 7 00:06:59
2.   Poor Gabriel twisted his wig about… 00:06:14
3.   Chapter 8 00:08:21
4.   With these words, he folded his arms again. 00:08:06
5.   To this the novice made rejoinder… 00:07:13
6.   Chapter 9 00:05:37
7.   Miss Miggs deliberated within herself… 00:07:44
8.   Chapter 10 00:07:19
9.   It was spacious enough in all conscience… 00:07:11
10.   John was so very much astonished… 00:06:13
11.   But Barnaby delayed beyond all precedent. 00:05:12


Disc 4

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 11 00:07:32
2.   Everybody looked at Mr. Willet… 00:04:53
3.   Chapter 12 00:06:05
4.   'I love my niece…' 00:07:05
5.   'In short, justifying the means by the end…' 00:06:19
6.   Chapter 13 00:07:41
7.   To this, Joe made no answer… 00:07:53
8.   Now, Mrs. Varden, regarding the Maypole… 00:05:52
9.   And she hardly looked at him… 00:05:02
10.   Chapter 14 00:04:40
11.   He regarded the young man sternly… 00:05:38


Disc 5

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 15 00:07:54
2.   Edward rose, and paced the room. 00:05:08
3.   'My dear Ned,' returned his father… 00:06:22
4.   The young man leant his head… 00:05:00
5.   Chapter 16 00:06:07
6.   Among all the dangerous characters… 00:07:47
7.   Chapter 17 00:07:59
8.   She had sunk upon her knees… 00:08:15
9.   When he had concluded these arrangements… 00:08:19
10.   Chapter 18 00:05:10
11.   The light came to the level of the pavement… 00:06:14


Disc 6

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 19 00:07:30
2.   This little incident… 00:05:37
3.   With this advice he kissed… 00:05:30
4.   But on they went… 00:06:27
5.   Chapter 20 00:06:42
6.   Dolly bade her good bye… 00:07:03
7.   Chapter 21 00:07:07
8.   Joe had not the smallest objection… 00:07:42
9.   Mrs. Varden opined that if he did… 00:05:38
10.   Chapter 22 00:07:25
11.   But even then, their very kindness shaped… 00:07:35


Disc 7

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 23 00:07:41
2.   Having said this in the politest… 00:05:11
3.   He obeyed. His patron followed him… 00:06:25
4.   As he spoke, he twisted it up… 00:05:39
5.   Chapter 24 00:06:06
6.   During the whole of this dialogue… 00:05:52
7.   Chapter 25 00:05:39
8.   She took his arm… 00:05:27
9.   Miss Haredale stood beside her chair… 00:06:56
10.   With that, she would have left them… 00:05:44
11.   Chapter 26 00:06:33
12.   If the dark little parlour had been filled… 00:05:38


Disc 8

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 27 00:07:15
2.   Dolly showed some reluctance to perform… 00:05:41
3.   Aware of the impression he had made… 00:07:38
4.   Mrs. Varden was perfectly aghast… 00:06:30
5.   Chapter 28 00:05:30
6.   Hugh obeyed again even more zealously… 00:06:33
7.   Chapter 29 00:06:49
8.   Hugh made no answer… 00:06:42
9.   He raised his hat from his head… 00:07:50
10.   'My dear girl,' said Mr. Chester… 00:08:14
11.   Chapter 30 00:05:04


Disc 9

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Joe made no effort to reply. 00:04:36
2.   Chapter 31 00:06:10
3.   'What noisy fellow is that in the next room 00:07:36
4.   He went out by Islington… 00:05:10
5.   Dolly in the meanwhile, turned to the corner 00:06:20
6.   Chapter 32 00:05:45
7.   'You make me blush…' 00:06:38
8.   Chapter 33 00:06:45
9.   Mr. Parkes, who was possibly… 00:05:56
10.   A more complete picture of terror… 00:05:16
11.   Here old John precipitately interrupted… 00:06:51
12.   Chapter 34 00:05:57


Disc 10

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Mr. Willet fixed his dull eyes… 00:07:23
2.   Chapter 35 00:05:45
3.   'You surprise me, Grueby…' 00:05:28
4.   As he bustled in and out of the room… 00:07:17
5.   'It's a great power. You're right…' 00:06:40
6.   Chapter 36 00:06:14
7.   'Miggs,' said Lord George… 00:05:17
8.   Chapter 37 00:06:19
9.   It was the slightest action possible… 00:06:55
10.   So along the Strand… 00:06:12
11.   'I don't exactly know how many…' 00:06:47


Disc 11

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 38 00:06:13
2.   The enrolment being completed… 00:05:36
3.   Chapter 39 00:07:46
4.   Mr. Tappertit did not stop here… 00:07:21
5.   He heaved a deep sigh as he indulged… 00:07:01
6.   Chapter 40 00:05:15
7.   'I thought when you left me this evening…' 00:04:52
8.   The knight looked at him with a smile… 00:06:25
9.   Chapter 41 00:06:16
10.   The locksmith did for a moment seem disposed… 00:05:30
11.   If there had been anybody… 00:07:14
12.   Lest the reader should be at any loss… 00:07:41


Disc 12

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 42 00:05:44
2.   With that, as if to change the theme… 00:05:20
3.   Chapter 43 00:06:28
4.   In the abstract there was nothing… 00:05:41
5.   'You have so much of my favour, sir…' 00:05:41
6.   'This man,' said Mr. Haredale… 00:07:49
7.   Chapter 44 00:05:19
8.   Mr. Dennis coughed and shook his head… 00:06:44
9.   Chapter 45 00:06:29
10.   Grip was by no means an idle or unprofitable… 00:06:04
11.   Barnaby looked curiously at his eyes… 00:06:19
12.   She moved towards him, and stooped down. 00:06:55


Disc 13

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 46 00:07:29
2.   He paused a moment… 00:06:38
3.   Chapter 47 00:05:24
4.   Barnaby and his mother walked on… 00:06:20
5.   He was evidently about to make… 00:07:03
6.   Chapter 48 00:05:30
7.   With hands that trembled with his eagerness… 00:06:19
8.   Scouts had been posted in advance… 00:06:22
9.   Chapter 49 00:07:20
10.   It was between two and three o'clock… 00:07:47
11.   The boldness of this action quite took them… 00:08:06


Disc 14

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 50 00:07:25
2.   'Fire and fury, master!' cried Hugh… 00:07:37
3.   Chapter 51 00:08:01
4.   'Martha,' said the locksmith… 00:07:19
5.   Of a rather turbulent description… 00:08:14
6.   Chapter 52 00:07:17
7.   Dennis looked to where Simon Tappertit lay… 00:08:16
8.   Chapter 53 00:07:40
9.   'You know the news, then…' 00:07:11


Disc 15

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   The two looked at him, and at each other… 00:05:52
2.   Chapter 54 00:06:38
3.   How long he slept, matters not… 00:06:23
4.   Nearly all the time while John looked on… 00:05:52
5.   Chapter 55 00:07:31
6.   What hunt of spectres could surpass… 00:07:12
7.   The burning pile, revealing rooms… 00:05:22
8.   Chapter 56 00:07:30
9.   While Solomon was speaking, old John sat… 00:06:33
10.   After a short pause, Mr. Haredale shouted… 00:05:01
11.   Chapter 57 00:07:29


Disc 16

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Lord George, biting his nails… 00:06:11
2.   At these words, Barnaby furled his flag… 00:06:58
3.   Chapter 58 00:08:14
4.   It was probably this circumstance… 00:07:10
5.   Chapter 59 00:07:30
6.   The little hand seconded this admonition… 00:07:14
7.   Thrusting his face away with all her force… 00:06:03
8.   Poor little Dolly! 00:06:06
9.   Chapter 60 00:05:01
10.   Hugh and his two friends… 00:04:33
11.   Chapter 61 00:06:50


Disc 17

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   'Now, you hear this, my lord' 00:07:49
2.   Chapter 62 00:06:55
3.   The blind man listened in silence. 00:06:21
4.   'That's better said…' 00:05:52
5.   'There is a gleam of hope in this!' 00:05:23
6.   Chapter 63 00:07:35
7.   The young fellow who held the light… 00:07:29
8.   This incautious speech… 00:04:59
9.   Chapter 64 00:05:59
10.   They struggled together. 00:05:23
11.   Although the heat was so intense… 00:06:34


Disc 18

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 65 00:08:03
2.   It seemed not a minute's work… 00:08:29
3.   While the hangman addressed them… 00:07:16
4.   Chapter 66 00:07:13
5.   They laid him on a sofa… 00:07:35
6.   Chapter 67 00:05:40
7.   Besides the notices on the gates… 00:06:27
8.   The streets were now a dreadful spectacle. 00:06:00
9.   As he spoke, and drew Mr. Haredale back… 00:06:47
10.   Chapter 68 00:06:17


Disc 19

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Sickened by the sights surrounding… 00:06:26
2.   Chapter 69 00:07:37
3.   He was speedily dressed… 00:06:52
4.   With such vociferations… 00:06:32
5.   But this operation was postponed… 00:04:57
6.   Chapter 70 00:06:07
7.   Suiting the action to the word… 00:05:40
8.   'Lookee here, my sugar…' 00:05:04
9.   Chapter 71 00:05:55
10.   Miss Miggs was at some trouble… 00:05:53
11.   It was some check upon their transport… 00:07:09
12.   But Dolly could say nothing… 00:05:41


Disc 20

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter 72 00:07:12
2.   'By George!' said the Black Lion… 00:07:25
3.   Chapter 73 00:05:41
4.   All remaining quiet… 00:06:46
5.   Barnaby recoiled in horror… 00:06:06
6.   To make me easy in this jail. 00:05:46
7.   Chapter 74 00:07:41
8.   He looked lazily at him… 00:07:32
9.   Chapter 75 00:06:17
10.   Gabriel thanked him… 00:06:21
11.   Sir John fanned himself… 00:05:27


Disc 21

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   Sir John took a pinch of snuff… 00:08:30
2.   Chapter 76 00:05:40
3.   The mother and son remained… 00:07:20
4.   Chapter 77 00:07:21
5.   Two rioters were to die before the prison… 00:07:31
6.   But all these things increased his guilt. 00:06:56
7.   Barnaby had moved towards the door… 00:05:44
8.   Chapter 78 00:06:58
9.   He could say nothing to her. 00:06:58
10.   Chapter 79 00:07:02
11.   He pressed her… 00:06:12


Disc 22

  Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)
1.   But in all the bandyings from hand to hand. 00:07:00
2.   Chapter 80 00:05:52
3.   It would have been odd enough… 00:06:13
4.   Having brought this admonition to an end… 00:06:11
5.   Chapter 81 00:07:20
6.   The ashes of the commonest fire… 00:06:34
7.   He had his hand upon his sword… 00:07:26
8.   Chapter The Last 00:06:00
9.   Many months after… 00:06:31
10.   Mr. Willet the elder… 00:06:20

Total Playing Time: 26:31:30






Author(s):
Dickens, Charles

Reader(s):
Barrett, Sean

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Period: Romantic

Catalogue No: NAX90912

Barcode: 9789626349090

Physical Release: 2010

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