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RICHARDSON, S.: Clarissa, Vol. 2 (Unabridged)

    

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RICHARDSON, S.: Clarissa, Vol. 2 (Unabridged)

A milestone in the history of the novel, Samuel Richardson’s epistolary and elaborate Clarissa follows the life of a chaste young woman desperate to protect her virtue. When beautiful Clarissa Harlowe is forced to marry the rich but repulsive Mr Solmes, she refuses, much to her family’s chagrin. She escapes their persecution with the help of Mr Lovelace, a dashing and seductive rake, but soon finds herself in a far worse dilemma. Terrifying and enlightening, Clarissa weaves a tapestry of narrative experimentation into a gripping morality tale of good versus evil. The recording is divided into three volumes.



Disc 1

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Clarissa… Volume 2 00:01:58
2.   He takes notice of the jealousy… 00:03:36
3.   In this manner he mentions what his meaning… 00:01:30
4.   Letter 158 00:08:42
5.   Mr Lovelace to John Belford ESQ 00:00:55
6.   He then repeats those declarations… 00:00:40
7.   He then values himself upon the delay… 00:01:06
8.   He glories in the story of the house… 00:08:47
9.   Miss Partington has suitors a little hundred… 00:10:36
10.   Letter 159 00:13:32
11.   Letter 160 00:04:28
12.   Letter 161 00:06:55
13.   He loves to tell stories… 00:08:14


Disc 2

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 162 00:05:00
2.   Letter 163 00:03:14
3.   Letter 164 00:05:29
4.   Letter 165 00:03:34
5.   Letter 166 00:01:49
6.   Letter 167 00:12:13
7.   Letter 168 00:03:30
8.   Letter 169 00:06:17
9.   Letter 170 00:07:20
10.   Two Particulars 00:07:40
11.   Letter 171 00:07:28
12.   And now shall thy humble pride confess… 00:07:18


Disc 3

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 172 00:03:04
2.   Letter 173 00:00:20
3.   She then gives the particulars of what passed… 00:00:14
4.   He is constantly accusing me… 00:03:35
5.   Col. Morden to Miss Clarissa Harlowe 00:07:37
6.   Your brother acknowledges that Mr Solmes… 00:07:47
7.   I will suppose, my dear Miss Howe… 00:07:15
8.   Letter 174 00:01:58
9.   She then tells Miss Howe… 00:00:36
10.   Now, my dear, she says… 00:03:41
11.   The Lady dates again on Monday… 00:00:58
12.   Mr Lovelace to John Belford ESQ 00:00:37
13.   Now, Jack, was it not very kind… 00:02:02
14.   Mr Lovelace to John Belford ESQ 00:02:54
15.   He then, in apprehension that something… 00:00:41
16.   I have ordered Dorcas to cultivate by all means… 00:07:10
17.   Letter 175 00:09:15
18.   Wednesday Morning 00:09:44
19.   Letter 176 00:00:52
20.   She then gives Miss Howe an account… 00:02:59


Disc 4

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 177 00:13:10
2.   Letter 178 00:06:28
3.   Letter 179 00:03:47
4.   Letter 180 00:01:45
5.   Letter 181 00:01:37
6.   Letter 182 00:12:33
7.   Letter 183 00:12:23
8.   Enclosed in the Preceding 00:02:18
9.   Letter 184 00:08:01
10.   Letter 185 00:10:44


Disc 5

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Were not hesitation, a self - felt glow… 00:09:29
2.   Letter 186 00:06:48
3.   Letter 187 00:11:50
4.   Mr Lovelace to John Belford ESQ 00:00:30
5.   What, might have become of me… 00:00:11
6.   After violent threatenings of revenge… 00:00:27
7.   Thus triumphing in his unpolite cruelty… 00:03:13
8.   Mentioning the settlements, he says… 00:01:14
9.   He mentions his rash expression… 00:01:07
10.   He paints in lively colours… 00:01:25
11.   He concludes his fourth letter in a vehement rage… 00:01:53
12.   Letter 188 00:04:19
13.   Letter 189 00:08:55
14.   Letter 190 00:10:42
15.   Mr Belford to Robert Lovelace ESQ 00:01:40
16.   Letter 191 00:08:44


Disc 6

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Since my Lord's heart is set upon this match… 00:06:58
2.   Letter 192 00:09:01
3.   Well, then, shall this poor privilege… 00:09:29
4.   Letter 193 00:02:50
5.   Letter 194 00:07:24
6.   'I then, from a letter just before…' 00:08:22
7.   Letter 195 00:00:44
8.   She then gives the particulars of the conversation… 00:07:52
9.   Letter 196 00:07:27
10.   Letter 197 00:03:07
11.   Antony Harlowe to Mrs Anabella Howe 00:07:01


Disc 7

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Here's a letter of courtship, my dear! 00:09:24
2.   My fortune already will be more considerable… 00:10:01
3.   Mrs Anabella Howe to Antony Harlowe ESQ 00:04:40
4.   Letter 198 00:10:07
5.   What would I give to come at the copies… 00:10:08
6.   She retracts what she said against me in her last. 00:09:39
7.   Letter 199 00:06:11
8.   Mr Lovelace then transcribes… 00:01:19
9.   Letter 200 00:05:30
10.   Letter 199. As Before 00:05:48


Disc 8

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   She struggled to disengage herself 00:02:16
2.   Letter 200. As Before 00:07:33
3.   The Lady writes again on Monday evening… 00:01:09
4.   Letter 201 00:11:46
5.   It is now eleven o'clock. 00:11:06
6.   I bespoke her patience… 00:11:05
7.   I retired to the window… 00:10:01
8.   Letter 202 00:00:41
9.   To Mr Lovelace 00:07:19
10.   The original of this charming paper… 00:08:32


Disc 9

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Our mother and her nymphs say… 00:07:16
2.   Letter 203 00:08:02
3.   Lady Charlotte Montague to Robert Lovelace ESQ 00:02:52
4.   Thou seest how seasonably this letter comes. 00:00:20
5.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Miss Howe 00:01:13
6.   Letter 204 00:06:01
7.   Letter 205 00:02:57
8.   Letter 206 00:07:32
9.   Get into parliament as soon as you can… 00:07:32
10.   Letter 207 00:07:24
11.   She said, that the good woman would be uneasy… 00:08:45
12.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Miss Howe 00:01:31
13.   Letter 208 00:09:58


Disc 10

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Let me indulge in a few reflections… 00:10:44
2.   Letter 209 00:07:48
3.   Love hides a multitude of faults… 00:07:56
4.   Letter 210 00:12:43
5.   Letter 211 00:09:11
6.   Letter 212 00:05:58
7.   Letter 213 00:07:18
8.   Letter 214 00:09:42


Disc 11

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Why, Sir! Why, Captain Tomlinson… 00:09:56
2.   I will tell you, Mr Lovelace, and the occasion 00:10:25
3.   Letter 215 00:12:35
4.   Letter 216 00:09:20
5.   You know not Captain Tomlinson… 00:10:18
6.   Letter 217 00:06:51
7.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Miss Howe 00:01:52
8.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Miss Anna Howe 00:02:42
9.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Miss Howe 00:02:12
10.   Letter 218 00:06:22


Disc 12

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   The reconciliation - prospect was enlarged upon. 00:07:49
2.   Letter 219 00:08:33
3.   Letter 220 00:09:31
4.   Letter 221 00:06:57
5.   'The Captain does not know, says he…' 00:07:53
6.   Letter 222 00:11:40
7.   Then, as thou hast somewhere observed… 00:10:12
8.   Letter 223 00:08:49


Disc 13

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Thou repeatedly pleadest her sufferings… 00:08:26
2.   And will she detest me for ever… 00:07:28
3.   Letter 224 00:04:27
4.   Letter 225 00:08:02
5.   I besought her pardon… 00:08:11
6.   God Almighty, said she… 00:08:51
7.   Letter 226 00:07:55
8.   I cannot see you: nor will I… 00:00:47
9.   So thou seest… 00:02:00
10.   Letter 227 00:00:43
11.   Lovelace to Mrs Lovelace 00:01:53
12.   Clarissa Harlowe to Mr Lovelace 00:00:43
13.   Lovelace to Mrs Lovelace 00:01:44
14.   Clarissa Harlowe to Mr Lovelace 00:00:49
15.   Lovelace to Mrs Lovelace 00:01:55
16.   What pleasure did I propose to take… 00:08:00


Disc 14

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   But what advantages do I give thee 00:04:43
2.   Letter 228 00:10:37
3.   'Will pretended to come to me with this letter.' 00:10:30
4.   Here Mr Lovelace lays himself under a curse… 00:05:57
5.   Letter 229 00:01:58
6.   Anna Howe to 'Miss Laetitia Beaumont' 00:09:57
7.   Now, my dear, it is certain… 00:10:00
8.   See how the monster… 00:11:15
9.   'Clarissa Harlowe' to Miss Howe 00:01:49
10.   Well, Jack! – And what thinkest thou… 00:06:43


Disc 15

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 230 00:12:19
2.   Letter 231 00:02:32
3.   Will Summers to Mr Lovelace 00:02:42
4.   The two inner letters… 00:00:17
5.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Miss Howe 00:00:21
6.   Now, Jack, will not her feints justify mine! 00:01:00
7.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Mr Lovelace 00:01:18
8.   Now, Belford, what canst thou say… 00:08:11
9.   Letter 232 00:11:05
10.   But he had first acquainted me with… 00:12:29
11.   Letter 233 00:10:17
12.   Very good of you, Sir, to respect age… 00:09:34


Disc 16

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   She opened not the door yet… 00:10:09
2.   Since in that case, to forgive me… 00:09:52
3.   I will do so, Madam, said I… 00:10:08
4.   For sometimes it looked to her as if we were… 00:08:59
5.   'Captain Tomlinson' to Robert Lovelace ESQ 00:09:34
6.   During the conversation between me… 00:01:13
7.   Lady Elizabeth Lawrance to Robert Lovelace ESQ 00:03:42
8.   Miss Charlotte Montague to Robert Lovelace ESQ 00:03:36
9.   The women having read the copies… 00:07:31
10.   Lord M. to Robert Lovelace ESQ 00:02:51
11.   This letter clench'd the nail. 00:04:43


Disc 17

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 234 00:03:51
2.   Letter 235 00:09:04
3.   On the side of the heath is a little village… 00:08:53
4.   I resume, therefore, my former language… 00:08:49
5.   A stream of tears at last burst… 00:09:11
6.   'Good Mrs Moore, dear Miss Rawlins…' 00:07:28
7.   Letter 236 00:07:50
8.   Letter 237 00:07:24
9.   I did not blush, Jack… 00:07:15


Disc 18

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 238 00:07:02
2.   Anna Howe to 'Mrs Harriot Lucas' 00:01:01
3.   O Jack! what heart's - ease… 00:04:38
4.   Letter 239 00:06:42
5.   'Anna Howe' to Miss Clarissa Harlowe 00:13:20
6.   These ladies always write with crow - quills, Jack. 00:02:33
7.   Letter 240 00:01:39
8.   'Clarissa Harlowe' to Anna Howe 00:00:55
9.   I took great pains in writing this. 00:01:33
10.   Letter 241 00:08:29
11.   Letter 242 00:07:03
12.   Letter 243 00:08:22
13.   God forbid that I should offer… 00:07:59


Disc 19

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   He told me, that just then… 00:10:54
2.   I put myself between her and the door… 00:11:01
3.   See, Capt. Tomlinson! 00:11:51
4.   Letter 244 00:09:42
5.   He had hoped, he said, that the circumstances… 00:10:18
6.   There can be no harm in that, Madam. 00:10:12
7.   Letter 245 00:07:13


Disc 20

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   She went from us to the farther end of the room. 00:09:07
2.   She paused. And then resuming… 00:07:55
3.   She owned herself unequal to the conflict. 00:08:10
4.   Letter 246 00:10:42
5.   Letter 247 00:04:38
6.   Letter 248 00:09:00
7.   I kneeled to her then. 00:09:21
8.   Letter 249 00:07:30
9.   Letter 250 00:00:58
10.   Letter 251 00:03:57


Disc 21

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Now, my dear widow, lie along the settee… 00:10:48
2.   Letter 252 00:01:24
3.   Miss Howe to Mrs Harriot Lucas 00:10:24
4.   And now, Jack, I will suppose… 00:08:45
5.   Delicate women make delicate women… 00:09:40
6.   Letter 253 00:08:19
7.   It is moreover to be considered that she cannot… 00:08:49
8.   Letter 254 00:12:18


Disc 22

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   As Lord M. and I, between us… 00:03:36
2.   Letter 255 00:10:20
3.   Letter 256 00:13:34
4.   'Lady Elizabeth Lawrance' to Robert Lovelace ESQ 00:01:10
5.   Faith and troth, Jack… 00:12:15
6.   Letter 257 00:00:44
7.   Letter 258 00:06:49
8.   Letter 259 00:08:29
9.   Letter 260 00:04:02
10.   Letter 261 00:06:09
11.   Paper I 00:01:57
12.   Paper II 00:00:58
13.   Paper III 00:01:07


Disc 23

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Paper IV 00:00:43
2.   Paper V 00:01:01
3.   Paper VI 00:00:41
4.   Paper VII 00:00:56
5.   Paper VIII 00:01:37
6.   Paper IX 00:00:32
7.   Paper X 00:02:03
8.   After all, Belford… 00:00:58
9.   Clarissa Harlowe to Mr Lovelace 00:09:14
10.   I will not bear thy heavy preachments… 00:11:55
11.   Letter 262 00:03:13
12.   Letter 263 00:11:37
13.   I hesitated an interruption… 00:11:49
14.   Letter 264 00:06:54
15.   And now, my dear, said I… 00:07:36


Disc 24

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 265 00:03:48
2.   Letter 266 00:08:24
3.   This was a cursed thrust! 00:07:27
4.   Letter 267 00:12:56
5.   Letter 268 00:08:44
6.   Letter 269 00:01:27
7.   Monday, June 19th 00:01:19
8.   Now, Jack, what terms wouldst thou… 00:01:21
9.   Letter 270 00:10:02
10.   Letter 271 00:08:08
11.   Having thus risen, and stept to her closet… 00:06:53
12.   Letter 272 00:02:49


Disc 25

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   'Captain Tomlinson' to Robert Lovelace ESQ 00:02:58
2.   This letter I sealed, and broke open. 00:00:43
3.   Letter 273 00:02:44
4.   Mr Lovelace here gives a very circumstantial… 00:01:50
5.   'How am I puzzled now!' 00:03:51
6.   'The fellow a villain!' 00:00:29
7.   Letter 274 00:11:49
8.   Letter 275 00:02:05
9.   Miss Howe to Miss Clarissa Harlowe 00:03:46
10.   Dorcas tells me, that she has just now… 00:00:52
11.   Letter 276 00:08:45
12.   She answered me not… 00:08:59
13.   Letter 277 00:10:50
14.   Noblest of creatures! 00:11:16


Disc 26

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 278 00:05:03
2.   Letter 279 00:05:36
3.   Letter 280 00:04:18
4.   Letter 281 00:09:59
5.   But suppose, Sir, said Sally… 00:10:21
6.   'I have no doubt of the farther baseness…' 00:11:09
7.   Letter 282 00:07:41
8.   Letter 283 00:02:54
9.   Letter 284 00:05:02
10.   Letter 285 00:04:43
11.   Letter 286 00:03:27


Disc 27

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 287 00:04:23
2.   Letter 288 00:02:58
3.   Letter 289 00:05:30
4.   Letter 290 00:02:53
5.   Letter 291 00:02:09
6.   Letter 292 00:02:08
7.   Letter 293 00:09:57
8.   'Mabell equipped herself accordingly…' 00:11:57
9.   Letter 294 00:09:35
10.   When I reflect upon my last iniquitous intention… 00:09:14
11.   Letter 295 00:03:02
12.   Letter 296 00:03:40
13.   Letter 297 00:03:34


Disc 28

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 298 00:01:56
2.   Letter 299 00:01:21
3.   Letter 300 00:03:29
4.   Letter 301 00:12:19
5.   Letter 302 00:02:31
6.   Letter 303 00:04:26
7.   Letter 304 00:02:10
8.   Letter 305 00:02:21
9.   Letter 306 00:04:44
10.   Letter 307 00:13:22
11.   Letter 308 00:07:20
12.   Letter 309 00:06:32
13.   Letter 310 00:10:17


Disc 29

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 311 00:07:44
2.   Letter 312 00:00:36
3.   She then gives a narrative… 00:10:30
4.   Letter 313 00:08:34
5.   He was surprised, he said… 00:08:53
6.   Letter 314 00:12:24
7.   Nevertheless, at the pretended Lady's motion… 00:11:26
8.   Letter 315 00:01:25
9.   The very hour that I found myself… 00:02:14
10.   She then gives the substance of the letters… 00:02:41

Total Playing Time: 34:31:58






Author(s):
Richardson, Samuel

Reader(s):
Bentinck, Anna; Foley, John; Gallagher, Teresa; May, Roger; Morse, Hayward; Panting, Paul; Pilkington, Nigel; Scarfe, Katie; Scott, Lucy; West, Samuel

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Period: Baroque

Catalogue No: NA0317

Barcode: 9781781981504

Physical Release: 08/2018

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