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TROLLOPE, A.: Small House at Allington (The) (Unabridged)

    

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TROLLOPE, A.: Small House at Allington (The) (Unabridged)

The fifth novel in the The Chronicles of Barsetshire, The Small House at Allington concerns the lives of the two Dale girls, Lily and Bell, who live at the Small House.

While Bell is in love with the local doctor, James Crofts, Lily is pursued by two men: the worldly, rich and handsome Adolphus Crosbie and the poor but honest Johnny Eames. With each determined to gain her hand in marriage, who will she choose?

Enshrined as a literary classic, The Small House at Allington takes the reader on a delightful visit to rural England, and presents an insightful, compassionate and amusing examination of human nature, along with Trollope’s signature flashes of genius.



Disc 1

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   The Small House at Allington 00:07:25
2.   Such had been the Dales of Allington… 00:06:30
3.   Round the house there were trim gardens… 00:08:52
4.   Chapter II 00:07:23
5.   He was staying at the present time… 00:06:17
6.   After the sentence pronounced against him… 00:07:46
7.   All this will serve to explain the terms… 00:08:15
8.   Chapter III 00:07:51
9.   Had not God done well for her to place her… 00:09:52
10.   But all this was very hard to bear. 00:08:57


Disc 2

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter IV 00:07:37
2.   I may as well announce at once… 00:06:02
3.   John Eames's love was still as hot as ever… 00:05:01
4.   Mrs. Roper had been quite as good… 00:07:41
5.   Chapter V 00:07:10
6.   L.D. was more to him than Amelia Roper… 00:05:12
7.   It may be said that neither Mrs. Cradell… 00:07:17
8.   Chapter VI 00:07:52
9.   It was beautiful to see how Bell changed… 00:06:42
10.   What might be Crosbie's knowledge… 00:08:47
11.   But Johnny Eames himself, as he rode back… 00:07:30


Disc 3

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter VII 00:06:41
2.   'I say, Dale,' Crosbie said… 00:08:20
3.   Crosbie, when he went up to dress for dinner… 00:06:09
4.   Crosbie smiled, and made himself pleasant… 00:08:15
5.   Chapter VIII 00:05:18
6.   And then that pair went off together… 00:05:53
7.   'But, as you were saying about Lily…' 00:07:19
8.   Chapter IX 00:06:16
9.   With him entered Mr. and Mrs. Boyce… 00:08:09
10.   Dr. Crofts was a slight, spare man… 00:08:16
11.   As Crosbie walked back to the Great House… 00:08:16


Disc 4

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter X 00:08:55
2.   John Eames read this letter over twice… 00:06:03
3.   Poor Eames did not feel the least gratified… 00:07:25
4.   Chapter XI 00:06:46
5.   'Oh, Mr. Cradell,' said Mrs. Lupex… 00:05:50
6.   Now we may say that the battle had begun… 00:05:50
7.   Chapter XII 00:08:42
8.   If Lily's prayers were interrupted… 00:07:18
9.   By this time they had passed through… 00:07:55
10.   How he made his loving assurance… 00:07:18
11.   They found Lady Julia sitting… 00:06:24


Disc 5

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XIII 00:08:29
2.   'You must not snub my friends, sir,'… 00:06:33
3.   Bernard Dale had not spoken a word… 00:09:18
4.   Chapter XIV 00:08:48
5.   He wandered about through the old Manor… 00:09:10
6.   Chapter XV 00:06:59
7.   As he parted with her for the night… 00:07:57
8.   He stood silent for a moment… 00:08:06
9.   After that they all rode… 00:07:39
10.   Chapter XVI 00:06:19


Disc 6

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   'And who is the old gentleman…' 00:09:26
2.   Chapter XVII 00:08:00
3.   The Lady Rosina was very religious… 00:08:28
4.   Crosbie, on his arrival… 00:07:08
5.   It was almost a relief to him… 00:06:49
6.   Lady Alexandrina fell to Crosbie's lot… 00:06:56
7.   Chapter XVIII 00:06:06
8.   The countess was very civil to him… 00:05:35
9.   Then came these tidings of the little girl… 00:09:27
10.   Chapter XIX 00:08:53


Disc 7

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Mrs. Dale did not move or speak a word… 00:06:15
2.   Mrs. Dale did not at first make any answer… 00:09:03
3.   Chapter XX 00:09:35
4.   And now, in these days, Dr. Crofts… 00:09:35
5.   Chapter XXI 00:07:19
6.   She had put down her pen… 00:08:14
7.   Had Crosbie been right in those remarks… 00:08:39
8.   'Halloo!' shouted the earl. 00:09:27
9.   Chapter XXII 00:09:33


Disc 8

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   The evening passed by… 00:05:19
2.   The small phaeton had been already ordered… 00:06:56
3.   Chapter XXIII 00:08:50
4.   Crosbie, as soon as he was alone… 00:09:34
5.   Almost all the Courcy world were assembled… 00:09:02
6.   Hitherto his name had not been coupled… 00:09:26
7.   'You know I don't want to preach to you.' 00:09:25
8.   Chapter XXIV 00:06:45
9.   Crosbie could not bring himself to hold any 00:05:26
10.   Chapter XXV 00:08:05


Disc 9

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   He returned to London… 00:08:45
2.   At this moment the servant returned… 00:07:39
3.   Chapter XXVI 00:08:06
4.   'Oh, mamma, what shall we do' 00:07:46
5.   'Look at that letter from Porlock,'… 00:07:12
6.   Chapter XXVII 00:09:27
7.   She had but a moment left to her… 00:09:17
8.   Nor had he been in a humour to talk… 00:09:24
9.   Chapter XXVIII 00:05:45
10.   During his first hour at the office… 00:05:38


Disc 10

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Then Butterwell shook him very cordially… 00:07:48
2.   Mr. Optimist believed in everything… 00:08:50
3.   Chapter XXIX 00:07:39
4.   She had not intended any reflection…. 00:08:57
5.   Eames was not inclined to discuss… 00:07:36
6.   Chapter XXX 00:07:22
7.   'Tell me all at once,' Lily had said… 00:08:04
8.   'He has been very quick,' she said… 00:07:07
9.   Mrs. Dale had felt in her heart… 00:07:35


Disc 11

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XXXI 00:09:17
2.   Bernard also was greatly troubled… 00:06:41
3.   But perhaps the countess had become… 00:07:39
4.   Chapter XXXII 00:06:43
5.   The dinner was very dull… 00:07:05
6.   Johnny remained silent for a moment or two… 00:09:16
7.   Chapter XXXIII 00:06:28
8.   'If he should marry,' said Mrs. Dale… 00:06:32
9.   He got on very well with Lady Julia… 00:07:12
10.   'It has never come to you and me,'… 00:07:32


Disc 12

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XXXIV 00:07:10
2.   The eyes of the two met… 00:07:01
3.   'We've got him here in custody, sir,'… 00:06:03
4.   Chapter XXXV 00:04:59
5.   On reading this Crosbie felt that it would… 00:05:52
6.   Crosbie resolved in his soreness… 00:08:37
7.   When the Sunday came… 00:08:56
8.   Chapter XXXVI 00:07:07
9.   'It is such a privilege…' 00:07:57
10.   John Eames could laugh… 00:06:20
11.   On the following morning… 00:08:07


Disc 13

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XXXVII 00:08:42
2.   Mrs. Dale's voice as she said this… 00:09:35
3.   Chapter XXXVIII 00:06:39
4.   But even this argument did not in the least… 00:07:00
5.   The squire also had thought of what had… 00:06:36
6.   Mrs. Dale, as she finished, was aware… 00:07:18
7.   Chapter XXXIX 00:07:28
8.   And thus all manner of trouble came… 00:07:05
9.   After that, there were again some minutes… 00:07:09
10.   'I don't know what you mean, Dr. Crofts…' 00:07:00


Disc 14

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XL 00:08:42
2.   The furniture had been ordered… 00:08:57
3.   The same thing happened in Oxford Street… 00:07:46
4.   Just at this moment Alexandrina came into… 00:09:54
5.   Chapter XLI 00:07:21
6.   'James,' said Mrs. Roper to her son… 00:05:09
7.   Lupex turned from one to the other… 00:07:52
8.   Chapter XLII 00:05:52
9.   'You heard what he said, my darling,'… 00:06:43
10.   Then the doctor did sit down… 00:08:03


Disc 15

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XLIII 00:05:29
2.   Mr. Plantagenet Palliser received everything… 00:08:55
3.   But, nevertheless, during the first week… 00:06:57
4.   Plantagenet Palliser, though he was contented… 00:08:04
5.   Chapter XLIV 00:05:09
6.   The morning of the fourteenth… 00:07:41
7.   When half - past eleven came, she was seated… 00:06:48
8.   Chapter XLV 00:06:45
9.   Mr. Gazebee, who also had had his own… 00:07:03
10.   Alexandrina had wished to go away… 00:07:07
11.   So he sat without speaking… 00:07:32


Disc 16

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XLVI 00:06:17
2.   Then there came to him a letter from the earl… 00:09:03
3.   'I know nothing about it,' Mr. Love would say… 00:07:43
4.   'Ah, Eames, – yes,'… 00:07:49
5.   Chapter XLVII 00:07:39
6.   Then Cradell by degrees became happy… 00:06:42
7.   When the ladies left the dining - room… 00:07:07
8.   Chapter XLVIII 00:07:33
9.   When Crosbie returned home… 00:07:54
10.   The squire at Allington, and Mrs. Dale… 00:06:41
11.   But Crosbie was not in a humour… 00:04:49


Disc 17

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XLIX 00:06:19
2.   But Mrs. Dale knew that 'all that'… 00:06:56
3.   That nobody should talk to her about it… 00:06:36
4.   My dear Mrs. Dale… 00:06:13
5.   Chapter L 00:06:29
6.   Mrs. Dale got up to leave him… 00:05:01
7.   Then Mrs. Dale did open the door… 00:07:20
8.   Chapter LI 00:08:01
9.   Eames was always angered when… 00:09:14
10.   'I think I'll go upstairs…' 00:06:25
11.   The reader may, perhaps, remember… 00:09:15


Disc 18

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter LII 00:09:34
2.   He did not visit the Small House… 00:07:59
3.   It was one o'clock by the time that he… 00:07:11
4.   Chapter LIII 00:05:33
5.   It may easily be understood that Mrs. Dale… 00:08:06
6.   'I'm sure I hope my brother's life may be long…' 00:08:42
7.   Chapter LIV 00:06:50
8.   'My dear, there is John Eames,'… 00:07:14
9.   The path proposed lay right across the field… 00:06:47
10.   He made his way out by the front door… 00:06:58


Disc 19

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter LV 00:07:12
2.   And Mrs. Grantly did write. 00:06:03
3.   And Lady Dumbello received her letter… 00:08:33
4.   And whither did Lord Dumbello betake himself… 00:05:30
5.   There was room by her on the couch… 00:08:28
6.   Chapter LVI 00:07:57
7.   When the bride heard that her mother… 00:05:25
8.   'Going with them to Baden - Baden' 00:07:24
9.   Chapter LVII 00:06:39
10.   She let breakfast pass by… 00:09:31
11.   Mrs. Dale's argument was over now. 00:06:36


Disc 20

  The Small House at Allington (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter LVIII 00:07:28
2.   The squire, as he rode back to Guestwick… 00:07:13
3.   'I don't think I shall ever be able to ask her…' 00:08:18
4.   Chapter LIX 00:07:51
5.   The door was opened for him… 00:05:24
6.   She turned away her face further from him… 00:06:47
7.   Going away from the Crescent… 00:06:24
8.   Chapter LX 00:06:47
9.   Then for a fortnight there was an interregnum… 00:06:52
10.   Owing to this little accident… 00:07:14
11.   The marriage went off very nicely. 00:06:29

Total Playing Time: 25:44:48






Author(s):
Trollope, Anthony

Reader(s):
Shaw-Parker, David

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Catalogue No: NA0197

Barcode: 9781843798880

Physical Release: 2015

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