Dickens

EText-No. 2324 Title: A House to Let Author: Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889;Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870;Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865;Procter, Adelaide Anne, 1825-1864 Language: English Link: 2/3/2/2324/2324-h/2324-h.htm EText-No. 2324 Title: A House to Let Author: Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889;Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870;Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865;Procter, Adelaide Anne, 1825-1864 Language: English Link: 2/3/2/2324/2324.txt EText-No. 2324 Title: A House to Let Author: Collins, Wilkie, 1824-1889;Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870;Gaskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn, 1810-1865;Procter, Adelaide…

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* Copertina (formato OGG) * Come andò… (formato OGG) * La principessa di Nénuphar (formato OGG) * Stiaccia-noci (formato OGG) * Le due bambole (formato OGG) * La giunca degli uomini vecchi (formato OGG) * Il pesciolino d’oro (formato OGG) * La vita d’un passerotto raccontata da lui medesimo (formato…

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EText-No. 19505 Title: A Christmas Carol Author: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870 Language: English Link: 1/9/5/0/19505/mp3/19505-01.mp3 Link: 1/9/5/0/19505/mp3/19505-02.mp3 Link: 1/9/5/0/19505/mp3/19505-03.mp3 Link: 1/9/5/0/19505/mp3/19505-04.mp3 Link: 1/9/5/0/19505/mp3/19505-05.mp3 da: http://www.gutenberg.org su: http://www.classicistranieri.com/audiobook/ 103 Views

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* Cantico di Natale: copertina (formato MP3) * Cantico di Natale: strofa I (formato MP3) * Cantico di Natale: strofa II (formato MP3) * Cantico di Natale: strofa III (formato MP3) * Cantico di Natale: strofa IV (formato MP3) * Cantico di Natale: strofa V (formato MP3) Tratto da: http://www.liberliber.it…

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* Copertina (formato MP3) * Capitolo I (formato MP3) * Capitolo II (formato MP3) * Capitolo III (formato MP3) * Capitolo IV (formato MP3) * Capitolo V (formato MP3) * Capitolo VI (formato MP3) * Capitolo VII (formato MP3) * Capitolo VIII (formato MP3) * Capitolo IX (formato MP3) *…

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Charles Dickens – Lying Awake

‘MY uncle lay with his eyes half closed, and his nightcap drawn almost down to his nose. His fancy was already wandering, and began to mingle up the present scene with the crater of Vesuvius, the French Opera, the Coliseum at Rome, Dolly’s Chop-house in London, and all the farrago…

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Charles Dickens – Bill-Sticking

IF I had an enemy whom I hated – which Heaven forbid! – and if I knew of something which sat heavy on his conscience, I think I would introduce that something into a Posting-Bill, and place a large impression in the hands of an active sticker. I can scarcely…

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Charles Dickens – Our French Watering-Place

HAVING earned, by many years of fidelity, the right to be sometimes inconstant to our English watering-place, we have dallied for two or three seasons with a French watering-place: once solely known to us as a town with a very long street, beginning with an abattoir and ending with a…

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