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Stefan Zweig – Brennendes Geheimnis – Audiobook – Librivox

Während der Sommerfrische mit seiner Mutter am Semmering, freundet sich der 12-jährige Edgar mit einem im selben Hotel verweilenden Baron an. Dieser ist jedoch nicht an ihm, sondern nur an seiner Mutter interessiert. Edgar versucht mit allen Mitteln eine Freundschaft zwischen dem Baron und seiner Mutter zu sabotieren (ohne wirklich zu begreifen, was vor sich geht). Verzweifelt bemüht er sich schnellstmöglich erwachsen zu werden, doch muss er bald einsehen, dass das Erwachsensein nicht so einfach ist, wie er glaubt. (Summary by Julia Niedermaier)

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Giacomo Leopardi – Ultimo canto di Saffo – Audiobook – Lettura di Sergio Baldelli

Placida notte, e verecondo raggio
della cadente luna; e tu, che spunti
fra la tacita selva in su la rupe,
nunzio del giorno; oh dilettose e care,
mentre ignote mi fûr l’Erinni e il Fato (…)

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Luigi Pirandello – Novelle per un anno – Vol. 05 – La mosca – Audiobook

Novelle per un anno, vol. 05: La Mosca
Luigi PIRANDELLO (1867 – 1936)
Novelle per un anno è una raccolta di 241 novelle scritte da Luigi Pirandello. Originariamente sono state pubblicate sul Corriere della Sera, successivamente ripubblicate in 15 raccolte. Inizialmente erano previste 24 raccolte contenenti 365 novelle, tuttavia la prematura morte dell’autore ha impedito il raggiungimento del traguardo. Postume sono state pubblicate altre novelle scritte dall’autore. Le raccolte sono state pubblicate tra il 1922 e il 1938. La quinta raccolta è stata pubblicata nel 1923. (Riassunto di Filippo Gioachin) Questo libro è stato promosso dal gruppo [a href=””]Volontari del Libro[/a] di aNobii.

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William Shakespeare – Sonnets – Audiobook

Filename Size Date
sonnets_001-010_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,314,928   7/26/07  10:52 pm
sonnets_011-020_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,373,442   7/26/07  10:57 pm
sonnets_021-030_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,257,668   7/26/07  10:58 pm
sonnets_031-040_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,559,225   7/26/07  10:57 pm
sonnets_041-050_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,440,525   7/26/07  10:58 pm
sonnets_051-060_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,220,678   7/26/07  10:56 pm
sonnets_061-070_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,212,110   7/26/07  10:53 pm
sonnets_071-080_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,265,818   7/26/07  10:56 pm
sonnets_081-090_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,484,620   7/26/07  10:52 pm
sonnets_091-100_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,606,873   7/26/07  10:51 pm
sonnets_101-110_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,387,444   7/26/07  10:53 pm
sonnets_111-120_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,378,040   7/26/07  10:54 pm
sonnets_121-130_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,403,536   7/26/07  10:55 pm
sonnets_131-140_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 4,434,673   7/26/07  10:55 pm
sonnets_141-154_shakespeare_64kb.mp3 5,979,660   7/26/07  10:54 pm


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Edith Wharton – The Descent of Man and other Stories – Audiobook

This collection of ten stories, first published in 1904, shows Edith Wharton dissecting some of the customs, habits and vagaries of courtship and marriage, particularly as practiced in the upper reaches of New York society at the turn of the twentieth century (two stories, however, are set in Italy). Fidelity is only one problem; others may arise from the machinations and emotions of the protagonists or outsiders. Wharton handles the questions with her usual gentle (and sometimes not so gentle) irony and curiosity about human behavior. (Summary by Nicholas Clifford)

Total running time: 7:08:19
Read by Nicholas Clifford

In addition to the reader, this audio book was produced by:
Dedicated Proof-Listener: Elizabeth Klett
Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: Elizabeth Klett

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John Clare – November

LibriVox volunteers bring you 20 recordings of November by John Clare. This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 18, 2012

John Clare was an English poet, the son of a farm labourer, who came to be known for his celebratory representations of the English countryside and his lamentation of its disruption. His poetry underwent a major re-evaluation in the late 20th century and he is often now considered to be among the most important 19th-century poets. His biographer Jonathan Bate states that Clare was “the greatest labouring-class poet that England has ever produced. No one has ever written more powerfully of nature, of a rural childhood, and of the alienated and unstable self”. ( Summary by Wikipedia )

Total running time: 0:23:16

In addition to the readers, this audio book was produced by:
Book Coordinator: David Lawrence
Meta-Coordinator/Cataloging: David Lawrence

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