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WOOLF, V.: Voyage Out (The) (Unabridged)

    

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WOOLF, V.: Voyage Out (The) (Unabridged)

The Voyage Out is Virginia Woolf’s haunting tale about a naive young woman’s sea voyage from London to a small resort on the South American coast. Told in symbolic, lyrical and intoxicating prose, her outward journey begins to mirror her internal voyage into adulthood as she searches for her personal identity, grapples with love, and learns how to face life, intellectually and emotionally. Its profound insight into human nature, together with its sheer exquisiteness, will capture the imagination of the listener.



Disc 1

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   The Voyage Out 00:08:37
2.   The cab, by trotting steadily along… 00:08:18
3.   There was a pause. 'You knew Jenkinson…' 00:08:00
4.   Rachel opened a door. 'It's more like a landing…' 00:06:36
5.   Still holding Helen's hand he drew his arm… 00:06:26
6.   Chapter II 00:08:29
7.   They followed her on to the deck. 00:08:55
8.   She turned him out of the room… 00:07:42
9.   The way she had been educated… 00:05:37
10.   Lying in the hot sun her mind was fixed… 00:05:10


Disc 2

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter III 00:08:12
2.   Again, the arrival of the strangers… 00:08:04
3.   This roused Ridley's attention. 00:07:13
4.   'Oh, how I envy you!' Clarissa addressed Rachel… 00:08:55
5.   They both laughed, thinking of the same things… 00:06:26
6.   Chapter IV 00:07:36
7.   Rachel had other questions… 00:08:10
8.   'You have children – your husband…' 00:08:13
9.   'Triumph!' Clarissa whispered at the end… 00:05:42
10.   It became painful to Rachel… 00:06:04


Disc 3

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   There was a pause, which did not come on… 00:06:00
2.   Chapter V 00:08:18
3.   Thereupon Mrs. Dalloway turned… 00:07:39
4.   'How strange to be a woman!' 00:05:12
5.   Chapter VI 00:08:22
6.   Rachel seemed to be inattentive to these remarks. 00:07:44
7.   Rachel reviewed the points which Helen… 00:08:15
8.   Chapter VII 00:07:36
9.   The reasons which had drawn the English… 00:05:39
10.   The indecency of the whole place… 00:05:52
11.   Chapter VIII 00:03:36


Disc 4

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   Perhaps it was the mention of aristocrats… 00:08:38
2.   Out here it seemed as though the people… 00:08:07
3.   Chapter IX 00:08:59
4.   After intense contemplation of the immaculate… 00:08:03
5.   'We'll get up an expedition,' said Hewet… 00:08:13
6.   'Ah, there's Mr. Hewet,' said Mrs. Thornbury. 00:08:58
7.   'I sketch a great deal,' said Mrs. Elliot… 00:08:34
8.   Mr. Venning was a dark young man… 00:07:46
9.   Chapter X 00:05:25


Disc 5

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   The morning was hot, and the exercise… 00:08:15
2.   Scarcely had they spoken… 00:08:26
3.   The vivacious white figure rode well in front… 00:05:13
4.   Here flying was discussed at length… 00:05:49
5.   Chapter XI 00:07:39
6.   Arthur looked round at her… 00:08:31
7.   The sun was behind them… 00:08:58
8.   'There's nothing half so nice as tea!' 00:09:14
9.   Chapter XII 00:06:19
10.   When this had happened about five times… 00:06:19


Disc 6

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   The music was again beginning. 00:07:46
2.   It was midnight and the dance… 00:07:56
3.   St. John could not join in Helen's laughter. 00:08:56
4.   She nodded her head at a table near them… 00:07:38
5.   Rising from these positions, breathless… 00:08:34
6.   Chapter XIII 00:07:29
7.   There was still an hour to luncheon… 00:08:28
8.   Chapter XIV 00:09:24
9.   It was close on twenty years now… 00:08:21


Disc 7

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   The clock, which had been wheezing… 00:07:52
2.   The voice quickened, and the tone… 00:06:52
3.   As he fumbled vaguely among the papers… 00:07:00
4.   'I know when I like a person directly I see them!' 00:07:47
5.   Chapter XV 00:08:36
6.   'Nothin' that's more than twenty years old…' 00:08:33
7.   Most unexpectedly Mrs. Thornbury… 00:06:23
8.   'For goodness' sake, Hirst,' Hewet protested… 00:07:56
9.   The embroidery, which was a matter… 00:06:56
10.   Chapter XVI 00:03:18


Disc 8

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   He could look at Rachel without her noticing it. 00:07:31
2.   She looked back meditatively upon her past life. 00:08:37
3.   'I've often walked along the streets…' 00:08:26
4.   She turned her back on the sea… 00:06:16
5.   Rachel had listened to all this with attention… 00:05:57
6.   Chapter XVII 00:09:31
7.   In her curious condition of unanalysed… 00:07:18
8.   As the congregation entered… 00:08:43
9.   Meanwhile Mr. Bax was half - way through… 00:07:47
10.   He gave his blessing, and then… 00:03:08


Disc 9

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   Rachel turned abruptly to the window. 00:07:44
2.   As they entered the long dining - room… 00:08:46
3.   Chapter XVIII 00:07:14
4.   No Rachel had been utterly wrong! 00:04:45
5.   Chapter XIX 00:08:17
6.   'I'm going to do something. I've got a splendid…' 00:07:18
7.   Rachel at last put down the photographs… 00:08:38
8.   'Twenty - six years' Rachel exclaimed. 00:07:24
9.   She greeted Miss Allan and Rachel. 00:05:56
10.   At this moment Mrs. Flushing caught sight… 00:07:00


Disc 10

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   For some time Rachel made no reply… 00:03:55
2.   Chapter XX 00:07:33
3.   When they woke next morning… 00:09:14
4.   Whether made by man, or for some reason… 00:07:30
5.   As they approached, Helen turned round… 00:08:31
6.   Chapter XXI 00:07:31
7.   Soon afterwards the launch came gradually… 00:08:53
8.   Very gently and quietly, almost as if… 00:09:20
9.   But when the sun went down and the steamer… 00:09:13


Disc 11

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   Chapter XXII 00:08:07
2.   'When I first saw you,' he began… 00:06:28
3.   Terence, meanwhile, read a novel… 00:07:24
4.   They had spent much time already in thus… 00:08:53
5.   While she spoke thus half to herself… 00:03:49
6.   Chapter XXIII 00:08:26
7.   After a pause Hirst remarked that the worst… 00:06:55
8.   She led the way to the drawing - room… 00:06:30
9.   Chapter XXIV 00:08:46
10.   She was indeed very proud… 00:09:23


Disc 12

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   There seemed to be no foundation… 00:07:01
2.   Then she turned to Mr. Pepper… 00:06:34
3.   Chapter XXV 00:08:44
4.   The second day did not differ very much… 00:08:16
5.   On Thursday morning when Terence… 00:08:11
6.   Nevertheless the day followed the usual forms. 00:07:54
7.   Terence sat down by the bedside. 00:07:51
8.   Terence came out to receive them, and St. John… 00:07:07
9.   Though he went to his room… 00:09:12


Disc 13

  The Voyage Out (Unabridged)
1.   The door shut and Terence walked across… 00:08:47
2.   The afternoon, being thus shortened… 00:05:46
3.   The curtain which had been drawn… 00:04:52
4.   Chapter XXVI 00:07:47
5.   Mrs. Thornbury sighed deeply. 00:07:52
6.   At luncheon it was remarked by several people… 00:08:19
7.   As they left the room it happened… 00:08:58
8.   Chapter XXVII 00:09:17
9.   The others looked up. They were glad… 00:09:32

Total Playing Time: 15:50:26






Author(s):
Woolf, Virginia

Reader(s):
Stevenson, Juliet

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Catalogue No: NA0208

Barcode: 9781843799092

Physical Release: 2015

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