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AUSTEN: Pride and Prejudice (unabridged) (Emilia Fox) (Naxos Audio Books: NAX35612)



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Jane Austen's most popular novel, originally published in 1813, some seventeen years after it was first written, presents the Bennet family of Longbourn. Against the background of gossipy Mrs Bennet and the detached Mr Bennet, the quest is on for husbands for the five daughters. The spotlight falls on Elizabeth, second eldest, who is courted by Mr Darcy though initially she is more concerned with the fate of her other sisters. This marvellous account of family life in Regency England is read with vigour and style by Emilia Fox.
Facts
Item number NAX35612
Barcode 9789626343562
Release date 30/01/2005
Category Classic Fiction & Modern Classics | AudioBooks
Label Naxos AudioBooks
Media type CD
Number of units 11
Performers
Artists Emilia Fox
Composers Jane Austen
Disc: 1
Pride and Prejudice
1 Chapter 1: It is a truth universally acknowledged…
2 Chapter 2: Mr Bennet was among the earliest…
3 Chapter 3: Not all that Mrs Bennet…
4 Elizabeth Bennet had been obliged…
5 Chapter 4: When Jane and Elizabeth were alone…
6 Chapter 5: Within a short walk of Longbourn…
7 Chapter 6: The ladies of Longbourn…
8 Occupied in observing Mr Bingley’s attentions…
9 Mr Darcy stood near them in silent indignation…
10 Chapter 7: Mr Bennet’s property consisted…
11 She did at last extort from her father…
12 Chapter 8: At five o’clock the two ladies…
13 Elizabeth was so much caught by what passed…
Disc: 2
Pride and Prejudice
1 Chapter 9: Elizabeth passed the chief of the night
2 Nothing but concern for Elizabeth…
3 Chapter 10: The day passed…
4 ‘I dare say you believed it…’
5 When that business was over…
6 Chapter 11: When the ladies removed after dinner…
7 Elizabeth was surprised…
8 Chapter 12: In consequence of an agreement…
9 Chapter 13: ‘I hope, my dear,…’
10 ‘At four o’clock…’
11 Chapter 14: During dinner, Mr Bennet…
12 Chapter 15: Mr Collins was not a sensible man…
13 But the attention of every lady was soon caught…
14 Chapter 16: As no objection was made…
Disc: 3
Pride and Prejudice
1 Allowing for the common demands of the game…
2 Mr Wickham began to speak on more general topics…
3 After many pauses and many trials of other subject
4 Chapter 17: Elizabeth related to Jane the next day
5 Elizabeth’s spirits were so high…
6 Chapter 18: Till Elizabeth entered the drawing-roo
7 When the dancing recommenced…
8 The latter part of this address…
9 Jane met her with a smile…
10 As Elizabeth had no longer any interest…
11 To Elizabeth it appeared…
12 Chapter 19: The next day opened a new scene…
13 It was absolutely necessary…
Disc: 4
Pride and Prejudice
1 Chapter 20: Mr Collins was not left long…
2 While the family were in this confusion…
3 Chapter 21: The discussion of Mr Collins’s offer…
4 ‘When my brother left us yesterday…’
5 Chapter 22: The Bennets were engaged to dine…
6 As he was to begin his journey too early…
7 Chapter 23: Elizabeth was sitting with her mother…
8 Mr Collins’s return into Hertfordshire…
9 Chapter 24: Miss Bingley’s letter arrived…
10 My dear Jane…
11 Chapter 25: After a week spent in professions…
12 Elizabeth was exceedingly pleased…
13 Chapter 26: Mrs Gardiner’s caution to Elizabeth…
14 Jane had already written a few lines to her sister
Disc: 5
Pride and Prejudice
1 Mrs Gardiner about this time reminded Elizabeth…
2 Chapter 27: With no greater events than these…
3 Elizabeth then contrived to sit by her aunt…
4 Chapter 28: Every object in the next day’s journey
5 She had already learnt that Lady Catherine…
6 Chapter 29: Mr Collins’s triumph…
7 When, after examining the mother…
8 Elizabeth could hardly help smiling…
9 Chapter 30: Sir William stayed only a week…
10 Chapter 31: Colonel Fitzwilliam’s manners…
11 When coffee was over…
12 Chapter 32: Elizabeth was sitting by herself…
13 Elizabeth looked surprised…
14 Chapter 33: More than once did Elizabeth…
15 As she spoke she observed him…
Disc: 6
Pride and Prejudice
1 Chapter 34: When they were gone…
2 Mr Darcy, who was leaning against the mantelpiece…
3 ‘And this,’ cried Darcy…
4 Chapter 35: Elizabeth awoke the next morning…
5 ‘I had not been long in Hertfordshire…’
6 ‘With respect to that other…’
7 ‘For about three years I heard little of him…’
8 Chapter 36: If Elizabeth, when Mr Darcy…
9 She perfectly remembered everything…
10 Chapter 37: The two gentlemen left Rosings…
11 Lady Catherine had many other questions…
12 Chapter 38: On Saturday morning…
13 Chapter 39: It was the second week in May…
14 Their reception at home was most kind
15 Chapter 40: Elizabeth’s impatience to acquaint Jan
Disc: 7
Pride and Prejudice
1 The tumult of Elizabeth’s mind…
2 Chapter 41: The first week of their return…
3 He heard her attentively…
4 Elizabeth was now to see Mr Wickham…
5 Chapter 42: Had Elizabeth’s opinion…
6 After the first fortnight…
7 Chapter 43: Elizabeth, as they drove along…
8 Mrs Reynolds then directed their attention…
9 When all of the house that was open…
10 Whilst wandering on in this slow manner…
11 They now walked on in silence…
12 Chapter 44: Elizabeth had settled it that Mr Darcy
13 Elizabeth, on her side, had much to do
14 But she had no reason to fear…
Disc: 8
Pride and Prejudice
1 Chapter 45: Convinced as Elizabeth now was…
2 In Darcy’s presence she dared not mention…
3 Chapter 46: Elizabeth had been a good deal disappo
4 ‘I take up my pen again…’
5 If gratitude and esteem are good foundations…
6 Chapter 47: ‘I have been thinking…’
7 It may be easily believed…
8 In the dining-room they were soon joined…
9 ‘My Dear Harriet…’
10 Chapter 48: The whole party were in hopes…
11 But before they heard again from Mr Gardiner…
12 As Mrs Gardiner began to wish…
Disc: 9
Pride and Prejudice
1 Chapter 49: Two days after Mr Bennet’s return…
2 ‘Is it possible?’ cried Elizabeth…
3 It now occurred to the girls…
4 Chapter 50: Mr Bennet had very often wished…
5 It was a fortnight since Mrs Bennet…
6 Mr Gardiner soon wrote again to his brother…
7 Chapter 51: Their sister’s wedding day arrived…
8 Their visitors were not to remain…
9 Chapter 52: Elizabeth had the satisfaction…
10 ‘Everything being settled between them…’
11 The contents of this letter…
12 She was roused from her seat…
Disc: 10
Pride and Prejudice
1 Chapter 53: Mr Wickham was so perfectly satisfied…
2 Miss Bennet had not been able to hear of his comin
3 Mr Bingley arrived…
4 Darcy, after inquiring of her…
5 Chapter 54: As soon as they were gone…
6 Darcy had walked away…
7 Chapter 55: A few days after this visit…
8 But on returning to the drawing-room…
9 It was an evening of no common delight…
10 Chapter 56: One morning…
11 Her carriage remained at the door…
12 Lady Catherine hesitated for a moment…
13 Though Elizabeth would not…
Disc: 11
Pride and Prejudice
1 Chapter 57: The discomposure of spirits…
2 The surprise of the rest of the family…
3 Elizabeth tried to join in her father’s pleasantry
4 Chapter 58: Instead of receiving any such letter…
5 They walked on, without knowing in what direction…
6 She explained what its effect on her had been…
7 After walking several miles…
8 Chapter 59: ‘My dear Lizzy…’
9 ‘Good gracious!’, cried Mrs Bennet…
10 In the evening…
11 Elizabeth’s mind was now relieved…
12 Chapter 60: Elizabeth’s spirits soon rising to pla
13 From an unwillingness to confess…
14 Chapter 61: Happy for all her maternal feelings…
15 As it happened that Elizabeth…
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