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DEFOE, D.: Journal of the Plague Year (A) (Unabridged)

    

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DEFOE, D.: Journal of the Plague Year (A) (Unabridged)



Disc 1

  A Journal of the Plague Year (Unabridged)
1.   A Journal of the Plague Year 00:10:44
2.   This was the beginning of May… 00:09:10
3.   I had an elder brother at the same time… 00:11:45
4.   I scarce need tell the listener… 00:09:39
5.   One day, being at that part of the town… 00:12:06
6.   Next to these public things were the dreams… 00:08:11
7.   Some endeavours were used to suppress… 00:10:39


Disc 2

  A Journal of the Plague Year (Unabridged)
1.   But even those wholesome reflections… 00:10:17
2.   Indeed, the poor people were to be pitied… 00:11:24
3.   The Examiner's Office. 00:09:30
4.   No Person to be conveyed out of any infected… 00:11:10
5.   This shutting up of houses was at first… 00:10:58
6.   I could give a great many such stories… 00:08:42
7.   But I come back to the case of families infected… 00:10:03


Disc 3

  A Journal of the Plague Year (Unabridged)
1.   They had supposed this pit would have supplied… 00:09:09
2.   Innumerable stories also went about… 00:11:44
3.   I went home, indeed, grieved and afflicted… 00:09:15
4.   The next morning, seeing no appearance… 00:09:50
5.   I had in family only an ancient woman… 00:11:34
6.   In these walks I had many dismal scenes… 00:09:32
7.   They did tell me, indeed, of a nurse in one place… 00:10:24


Disc 4

  A Journal of the Plague Year (Unabridged)
1.   This brings these two men to a further… 00:11:07
2.   Certain it is, the greatest part of the poor… 00:08:53
3.   Two things besides this contributed to… 00:12:39
4.   One of the worst days we had in the whole time… 00:10:19
5.   Much about the same time I walked out… 00:11:34
6.   I then asked the poor man if the distemper… 00:06:03
7.   And here I cannot but take notice… 00:10:15


Disc 5

  A Journal of the Plague Year (Unabridged)
1.   Take the weeks in which the plague… 00:10:10
2.   I have heard also of some who, on the death… 00:12:13
3.   This was about the beginning of July… 00:10:47
4.   But to return to my travellers. 00:09:21
5.   This was much the fate of our three travellers… 00:12:50
6.   Accordingly they sent to the place… 00:08:35
7.   John answered that what other people… 00:08:36


Disc 6

  A Journal of the Plague Year (Unabridged)
1.   On this they called a new council… 00:10:58
2.   I have given an account already of what I found… 00:09:44
3.   It is true there is something to be said… 00:10:10
4.   I had about this time a little hardship… 00:10:25
5.   This running of distempered people… 00:09:52
6.   Seeing then that we could come at the certainty…. 00:09:33
7.   But I must still speak of the plague… 00:10:31


Disc 7

  A Journal of the Plague Year (Unabridged)
1.   Here we may observe and I hope… 00:09:09
2.   This was a prodigious number of itself… 00:12:09
3.   These things re - established the minds… 00:10:05
4.   Here is a strange change of things indeed… 00:08:44
5.   This I take to be the reason… 00:11:12
6.   Now let any man judge from a case like this… 00:08:44
7.   And here I must observe also that the plague… 00:09:58


Disc 8

  A Journal of the Plague Year (Unabridged)
1.   It is true there was, as I observed at first… 00:11:10
2.   Indeed nothing was more strange than to see… 00:11:01
3.   It must not be forgot here to take some notice… 00:09:31
4.   It is to be observed that while the plague… 00:09:33
5.   The public fires which were made… 00:10:44
6.   Such is the precipitant disposition of our people… 00:10:11
7.   Some parts of England were now infected… 00:10:18


Disc 9

  A Journal of the Plague Year (Unabridged)
1.   I should have mentioned that the Quakers… 00:08:10
2.   I was once making a list of all such… 00:09:06
3.   There were, indeed, several little hurries… 00:06:57
4.   I should have taken notice here that… 00:07:31
5.   If I should say that this is a visible summons… 00:04:17

Total Playing Time: 10:08:51






Author(s):
Defoe, Daniel

Reader(s):
Cullum, Andrew

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Classic Fiction

Catalogue No: NA0330

Barcode: 9781781981764

Distribution Note(s):

Currently available for streaming and download only. This recording will be issued on CDs at a later time.


Physical Release: 11/2018

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