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RICHARDSON, S.: Clarissa (The History of a Young Lady, Vol. 3) (Unabridged)

    

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RICHARDSON, S.: Clarissa (The History of a Young Lady, Vol. 3) (Unabridged)



Disc 1

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 316 00:02:13
2.   I am astonished, that the vile wretch… 00:06:48
3.   Letter 317 00:06:24
4.   The two preceding letters were sent… 00:01:20
5.   Letter 318 00:08:06
6.   Letter 319 00:03:32
7.   Letter 320 00:06:37
8.   Letter 321 00:08:43
9.   Letter 322 00:06:22
10.   Letter 323 00:10:04
11.   She has very implacable friends, my lord… 00:09:59


Disc 2

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Their countenances menaced a general uproar… 00:07:57
2.   Hadst thou seen how the two tabbies… 00:08:42
3.   Letter 324 00:08:56
4.   Lady Betty. My niece Charlotte has called... 00:08:04
5.   Letter 325 00:08:43
6.   Letter 326 00:08:01
7.   Letter 327 00:08:55
8.   Letter 328 00:02:34
9.   Letter 329 00:03:12
10.   Letter 330 00:05:08


Disc 3

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 331 00:01:47
2.   Letter 332 00:07:46
3.   Lady Sarah Sadleir and Lady Elizabeth Lawrance… 00:00:30
4.   Lovelace to Anna Howe 00:00:57
5.   Letter 333 00:10:03
6.   Lord have mercy upon me! 00:10:28
7.   We are surprised at your indifference… 00:10:40
8.   Don't push me upon extremities, man! 00:09:57
9.   She must write for one hundred… 00:08:34
10.   Letter 334 00:09:15


Disc 4

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   This moment, dearest lady, this very moment… 00:08:44
2.   Letter 335 00:02:15
3.   Letter 336 00:09:15
4.   I assured her, in the strongest terms… 00:07:54
5.   Letter 337 00:02:07
6.   Letter 338 00:05:09
7.   Letter 339 00:10:22
8.   Where thou callest thyself a villanous plotter… 00:08:23
9.   Letter 340 00:10:23
10.   Letter 341 00:05:19


Disc 5

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   How is it possible to imagine… 00:07:28
2.   But I am often thinking that if now… 00:09:11
3.   Letter 342 00:04:33
4.   Letter 343 00:03:23
5.   Letter 344 00:12:24
6.   Letter 345 00:02:23
7.   Letter 346 00:10:21
8.   Do you think, Mr Hickman… 00:12:03
9.   Presume, Mr Hickman! 00:11:29


Disc 6

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 347 00:09:22
2.   Letter 348 00:05:26
3.   Letter 349 00:01:34
4.   'I was visited (at first, with my friends…)' 00:02:10
5.   Letter 350 00:11:20
6.   Letter 351 00:00:57
7.   Letter 352 00:01:08
8.   Letter 353 00:01:01
9.   Letter 354 00:01:05
10.   Letter 355 00:03:07
11.   Letter 356 00:01:24
12.   Letter 357 00:03:12
13.   Letter 358 00:05:07
14.   Letter 359 00:06:48


Disc 7

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Yes, I warrant, I must creep to the violator… 00:09:37
2.   Letter 360 00:05:13
3.   Letter 361 00:02:46
4.   Letter 362 00:01:45
5.   She then gives a brief account of the arrest… 00:00:40
6.   Now, my dear Mrs Norton… 00:04:57
7.   Letter 363 00:02:12
8.   Letter 364 00:13:00
9.   Letter 365 00:09:13
10.   Letter 366 00:12:23
11.   Letter 367 00:12:09


Disc 8

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   I went down from him… 00:13:55
2.   Letter 368 00:08:26
3.   Letter 369 00:01:59
4.   Letter 370 00:07:59
5.   Since then thy unhappy awkwardness… 00:08:20
6.   I could make some pretty observations… 00:08:53
7.   Letter 371 00:08:17
8.   I had once thoughts of revenging myself… 00:08:40
9.   Letter 372 00:03:33


Disc 9

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   You wish I had not mediated for you… 00:06:37
2.   Letter 373 00:02:08
3.   Anna then quotes extracts from Clarissa's letter… 00:02:22
4.   Letter 374 00:05:21
5.   Letter 375 00:02:56
6.   Letter 376 00:12:19
7.   Letter 377 00:03:45
8.   Letter 378 00:03:45
9.   Letter 379 00:09:17
10.   You are very obliging to me… 00:09:34
11.   Letter 380 00:02:42
12.   Letter 381 00:06:22
13.   Letter 382 00:04:51


Disc 10

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 383 00:08:43
2.   Letter 384 00:02:49
3.   Letter 385 00:01:12
4.   Mr Belford dates again on Thursday morning… 00:00:31
5.   Letter 386 00:02:50
6.   Letter 387 00:00:35
7.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to John Belford ESQ 00:03:10
8.   Now, Lovelace, since there are no hopes… 00:01:32
9.   Letter 388 00:01:11
10.   He then proceeds with his extracts… 00:02:15
11.   Letter 389 00:06:17
12.   Letter 390 00:01:33
13.   Letter 391 00:01:02
14.   The lady is extremely uneasy at the thoughts… 00:05:23
15.   Letter 392 00:03:00
16.   Letter 393 00:03:37
17.   Letter 394 00:03:11
18.   Letter 395 00:10:04
19.   Letter 396 00:03:04
20.   Letter 397 00:05:23
21.   Letter 398 00:02:40


Disc 11

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 399 00:07:53
2.   I arrived in town from Belton's… 00:07:49
3.   Letter 400 00:01:22
4.   Letter 401 00:01:39
5.   Letter 402 00:02:28
6.   The following 'Meditation' was stitched… 00:01:53
7.   Letter 403 00:01:58
8.   Letter 404 00:01:16
9.   Letter 405 00:04:14
10.   Letter 406 00:04:45
11.   Letter 407 00:04:53
12.   Letter 408 00:05:31
13.   Letter 409 00:09:32
14.   Letter 410 00:09:33
15.   Letter 411 00:02:03
16.   Letter 412 00:02:35


Disc 12

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 413 00:12:23
2.   Letter 414 00:01:55
3.   Letter 415 00:04:20
4.   Letter 416 00:11:49
5.   None of your fleers and your jeers, Sir… 00:12:10
6.   The lady laughed at the humour… 00:11:07
7.   Letter 417 00:04:43
8.   Letter 418 00:11:12


Disc 13

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Why now, Mrs Lovick, said I… 00:07:35
2.   Letter 419 00:12:02
3.   I tried to comfort him as well as I could… 00:11:52
4.   About eight o'clock yesterday… 00:10:34
5.   Letter 420 00:04:39
6.   Letter 421 00:01:16
7.   Clarissa Harlowe to Robert Lovelace ESQ 00:01:13
8.   I dispatched instantly a letter… 00:09:16
9.   Letter 422 00:05:20
10.   Letter 423 00:07:25


Disc 14

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   But this subject I will suspend… 00:03:32
2.   Letter 424 00:08:32
3.   Wednesday, Nine O'Clock at Night 00:08:49
4.   Letter 425 00:04:49
5.   Letter 426 00:11:25
6.   We had some talk about Belton's dying… 00:10:37
7.   Letter 427 00:08:14
8.   Letter 428 00:10:35
9.   Letter 429 00:05:35


Disc 15

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 430 00:03:21
2.   Letter 431 00:03:46
3.   Letter 432 00:06:18
4.   Letter 433 00:04:56
5.   Letter 434 00:03:07
6.   Letter 435 00:08:32
7.   Letter 436 00:04:38
8.   Letter 437 00:07:57
9.   Letter 438 00:03:11
10.   Letter 439 00:10:36
11.   Letter 440 00:12:35


Disc 16

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   I read it to myself - Indeed, Madam… 00:05:45
2.   Letter 441 00:09:08
3.   Letter 442 00:08:39
4.   I have taken liberties, which the laws… 00:08:54
5.   Mowbray whispered me, What is the cause… 00:10:28
6.   Lord M. Why now, Bob… 00:09:49
7.   Letter 443 00:08:33
8.   My Lord and I both joined in the wish… 00:08:46


Disc 17

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   We parted with great civility… 00:05:48
2.   Letter 444 00:13:38
3.   Letter 445 00:09:08
4.   Letter 446 00:08:01
5.   Letter 447 00:03:36
6.   Letter 448 00:04:14
7.   Letter 449 00:09:08
8.   Letter 450 00:06:16
9.   Letter 451 00:06:58
10.   Letter 452 00:03:49


Disc 18

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 453 00:11:20
2.   Letter 454 00:03:04
3.   Letter 455 00:08:20
4.   Letter 456 00:06:42
5.   Letter 457 00:04:54
6.   Letter 458 00:08:21
7.   Sunday Morning, September 3rd, Six O'Clock 00:06:24
8.   Letter 459 00:11:12
9.   Are we, said your father… 00:10:16


Disc 19

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Your mother led me to her chamber… 00:12:54
2.   Letter 460 00:06:52
3.   I shall leave the world in perfect charity… 00:08:30
4.   Letter 461 00:02:26
5.   Letter 462 00:01:21
6.   Letter 463 00:09:58
7.   Letter 464 00:06:59
8.   Letter 465 00:08:52
9.   Letter 466 00:04:59
10.   Letter 467 00:09:58


Disc 20

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letters 468 and 469 00:00:24
2.   Letter 470 00:06:58
3.   Letter 471 00:03:22
4.   Letter 472 00:04:22
5.   Letter 473 00:02:07
6.   Miss Howe to Miss Clarissa Harlowe 00:02:31
7.   The effect this letter had on the lady… 00:02:20
8.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Miss Howe 00:02:03
9.   When I had transcribed and sealed this letter… 00:00:57
10.   Letter 474 00:11:01
11.   I told her this was not post - day. 00:10:22
12.   Letter 475 00:05:29
13.   Letter 476 00:03:24
14.   Letter 477 00:01:17
15.   Letter 478 00:01:48
16.   Letter 479 00:00:23
17.   Letter 480 00:06:48
18.   Letter 481 00:03:16


Disc 21

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Here she stopt for two or three minutes… 00:10:55
2.   Letter 482 00:01:40
3.   Letter 483 00:05:43
4.   Letter 484 00:02:18
5.   Letter 485 00:02:29
6.   Letter 486 00:01:55
7.   Clarissa Harlowe to John Belford ESQ 00:04:39
8.   The other letters are directed to her father… 00:02:57
9.   Colonel Morden to James Harlowe JNR ESQ 00:01:11
10.   By the time this was written… 00:00:28
11.   Letter 487 00:05:31
12.   Letter 488 00:03:03
13.   Letter 489 00:02:47
14.   Letter 490 00:06:09
15.   Letter 491 00:02:02
16.   Letter 492 00:03:45
17.   Mr Belford gives the lady’s posthumous letters… 00:00:20
18.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Mrs Hervey 00:02:11
19.   She concludes this letter with an address… 00:00:51
20.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Miss Howe 00:02:50
21.   Letter 493 00:03:41
22.   Letter 494 00:03:58


Disc 22

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Mr Hickman was in the house. 00:02:39
2.   James Harlowe JNR to William Morden ESQ 00:04:18
3.   Letter 495 00:01:33
4.   Letter 496 00:06:00
5.   Let me tell you, that had I begun… 00:01:14
6.   Letter 497 00:07:32
7.   In a Separate Paper Enclosed in the Preceding 00:02:11
8.   Letter 498 00:02:33
9.   Letter 499 00:11:09
10.   What could one say to such a wretch as this… 00:11:15
11.   She seemed to be in great confusion of thought… 00:11:49
12.   Letter 500 00:08:45


Disc 23

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Then they set up another general lamentation. 00:14:15
2.   Letter 501 00:08:49
3.   Letter 502 00:10:22
4.   Letter 503 00:07:33
5.   This letter contains in substance… 00:02:33
6.   Letter 504 00:08:54
7.   Letter 505 00:03:54
8.   Letter 506 00:03:51
9.   Letter 507 00:04:24
10.   The Will 00:05:01


Disc 24

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   If my father can pardon the errors… 00:10:03
2.   I humbly request Mrs Annabella Howe… 00:11:05
3.   Having been pressed by Miss Howe… 00:10:21
4.   Letter 508 00:08:36
5.   Letter 509 00:01:30
6.   Letter 510 00:01:35
7.   This collection having run… 00:01:15
8.   Mr Belford to Charles Hickman ESQ 00:01:06
9.   Mr Hickman to John Belford ESQ 00:01:32
10.   Miss Howe to John Belford ESQ 00:01:33
11.   Mr Belford, in his answer… 00:01:09
12.   Miss Clarissa Harlowe to Mr Lovelace 00:08:43
13.   Letter 511 00:13:20


Disc 25

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 512 00:06:49
2.   Letter 513 00:04:58
3.   Letter 514 00:01:34
4.   Mr Belford then gives an account… 00:10:38
5.   Letter 515 00:13:27
6.   Letter 516 00:13:34
7.   Mr Belford returns a very serious answer… 00:02:00
8.   Letter 517 00:06:01
9.   Letter 518 00:05:28
10.   Letter 519 00:03:56


Disc 26

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Then, Sir, to be a witness… 00:05:34
2.   Mr Belford, to Colonel Morden 00:01:01
3.   Letter 520 00:13:24
4.   Letter 521 00:03:38
5.   Letter 522 00:05:02
6.   Letter 523 00:07:16
7.   Mr Hickman was proposed to me. 00:07:34
8.   Letter 524 00:01:55
9.   Letter 525 00:02:05
10.   Letter 526 00:10:48
11.   Letter 527 00:04:04
12.   Letter 528 00:05:49
13.   Several other letters passed… 00:01:07
14.   Letter 529 00:03:55


Disc 27

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   'Persons of accidental or shadowy merit…' 00:06:13
2.   You must everywhere insist upon it… 00:10:02
3.   Her grandfather, father, mother, uncles… 00:10:19
4.   The mere pretenders to those branches… 00:10:38
5.   All she said and all she did… 00:08:54
6.   If it be said, that her relations… 00:08:40
7.   Letter 530 00:05:24
8.   Letter 531 00:04:54
9.   Letter 532 00:05:41


Disc 28

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Letter 533 00:05:29
2.   Letter 534 00:04:44
3.   Mr Lovelace to William Morden ESQ… 00:02:22
4.   Letter 535 00:00:38
5.   Colonel Morden to Robert Lovelace ESQ 00:01:40
6.   So you see, Belford, that the Colonel… 00:00:29
7.   Mr Lovelace to Colonel Morden 00:00:55
8.   Now, Jack, I have no manner of apprehension… 00:12:48
9.   Letter 536 00:06:27
10.   Letter 537 00:08:57
11.   Conclusion 00:10:11
12.   Arabella's fortune became a temptation… 00:09:19
13.   Although her father had great business… 00:09:14


Disc 29

  Clarissa (Unabridged)
1.   Thus, unchastity her first crime… 00:09:55
2.   A speech so much in his favour… 00:00:00
3.   Mr Belford was not so destitute of humanity… 00:00:00
4.   Postscript 00:10:27
5.   'I find your opinion,' says the author of it… 00:08:28
6.   These are the great authorities… 00:07:47
7.   A few observations are thrown in… 00:08:16
8.   Women, born to be controul’d… 00:09:30
9.   Cast List 00:00:43

Total Playing Time: 33:41:40






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: NA0332

Barcode: 9781781981801

Distribution Note(s):

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Physical Release: 10/2018

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