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BRONTË, C: Jane Eyre (unabridged) (Amanda Root) (Naxos Audio Books: NAX35712)



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One of the greatest love stories ever written, Jane Eyre is the tale of a young woman entangled with the powerful Mr Rochester. What lurks in the attic at Thornfield, the ancestral home of the surly Mr Rochester? Will the governess Jane Eyre discover his secret?á- and having discovered it, live to regret that knowledge? Battling inside Jane are passion and prudence; she struggles to survive the turmoil they cause.
Facts
Item number NAX35712
Barcode 9789626343579
Release date 30/05/2005
Category Classic Fiction & Modern Classics | AudioBooks
Label Naxos AudioBooks
Media type CD
Number of units 17
Performers
Artists Amanda Root
Composers Charlotte Bronte
Disc: 1
Jane Eyre
1 Chapter 1
2 I cannot tell what sentiment haunted…
3 Chapter 2
4 Mr Reed had been dead nine years…
5 Daylight began to forsake the red-room…
6 Chapter 3
7 Bessie had been down into the kitchen…
8 ‘Oh! I daresay she is crying…’
9 ‘No; I should not like to belong to poor people…’
10 Chapter 4
11 November, December, and half of January passed awa
12 Georgiana sat on a high stool, dressing her hair…
13 ‘This is the little girl…’
14 Well might I dread…
Disc: 2
Jane Eyre
1 Mrs Reed and I were left alone…
2 I was left there alone…
3 Chapter 5
4 The afternoon came on wet and somewhat misty…
5 The night passed rapidly
6 A clock in the schoolroom struck nine…
7 The garden was a wide enclosure…
8 ‘Can you tell me what the writing…’
9 Chapter 6
10 The play-hour in the evening I thought the pleasan
11 ‘Is Miss Temple as severe to you as Miss Scatcherd
12 In her turn, Helen Burns…
13 Chapter 7
Disc: 3
Jane Eyre
1 One afternoon (I had then been three weeks at Lowo
2 Mr Brocklehurst again paused…
3 ‘Let the child who broke her slate come forward!’
4 Chapter 8
5 I was silent…
6 Mrs Harden, be it observed, was the housekeeper…
7 Chapter 9
8 My favourite seat was a smooth and broad stone…
9 It might be two hours later…
10 Chapter 10
11 I went to my window, opened it, and looked out
Disc: 4
Jane Eyre
1 The succeeding week seemed long…
2 This testimonial I accordingly received…
3 ‘And Mrs Reed?’
4 Chapter 11
5 The roads were heavy…
6 My heart really warmed to the worthy lady…
7 Everything appeared very stately and imposing to m
8 ‘Ah!’ cried she, in French…
9 After breakfast, Adele and I withdrew to the libra
10 When we left the dining-room…
11 Chapter 12
12 October, November, December passed away
13 It was very near, but not yet in sight…
14 ‘You live just below…’
Disc: 5
Jane Eyre
1 I did not like re-entering Thornfield
2 Chapter 13
3 I sat down quite disembarrassed
4 Mrs Fairfax had dropped her knitting…
5 He spread the pictures before him…
6 I had scarce tied the strings of the portfolio…
7 Chapter 14
8 Mr Rochester, as he sat in his damask-covered chai
9 Instead of speaking, I smiled…
10 My eye met his as the idea crossed my mind…
11 He said this as if he spoke to a vision…
Disc: 6
Jane Eyre
1 Chapter 15
2 He ground his teeth and was silent…
3 Adele here came running up again
4 The ease of his manner…
5 Ere long, steps retreated up the gallery…
6 He re-entered, pale and very gloomy
7 Chapter 16
8 I still stood absolutely dumfoundered…
9 A tread creaked on the stairs at last
10 When once more alone…
11 Chapter 17
12 The party were expected to arrive on Thursday afte
Disc: 7
Jane Eyre
1 The ten minutes John had given seemed very long…
2 I told her stories as long as she would listen to
3 A soft sound of rising now became audible…
4 Genius is said to be self-conscious
5 Most true is it…
6 I feared – or should I say, hoped?
7 ‘I suppose, now,’ said Miss Ingram…
8 Chapter 18
9 Seated on the carpet…
10 I have told you, reader…
11 I have not yet said anything condemnatory…
Disc: 8
Jane Eyre
1 It was verging on dusk…
2 I was pondering these things…
3 Miss Ingram rose solemnly…
4 Chapter 19
5 I knelt within half a yard of her
6 ‘The eagerness of a listener…’
7 Rise, Miss Eyre…
8 Mr Rochester was standing near me…
9 Chapter 20
10 My slippers were thin…
11 According as the shifting obscurity…
12 I saw Mr Rochester shudder…
Disc: 9
Jane Eyre
1 He strayed down a walk edged with box…
2 ‘Now, my little friend…’
3 Chapter 21
4 I was silent: the things were frightful
5 ‘Mr Rochester, I may as well mention another matte
6 In such conversation an hour was soon gone…
7 I did not need to be guided to the well-known room
8 I hated it the first time I set my eyes on it…
9 ‘Is that a portrait of some one you know?’
10 Take this advice…
11 I now gently assured her…
12 Now act as you please…
Disc: 10
Jane Eyre
1 Chapter 22
2 How people feel when they are returning home…
3 ‘Hallo!’ he cries; and he puts up his book and his
4 Chapter 23
5 It is one of my faults…
6 ‘In about a month…’
7 ‘I tell you I must go!’
8 You – you strange, you almost unearthly thing!
9 Chapter 24
10 ‘This very day I shall take you…’
11 ‘Don’t send for the jewels…’
12 I was soon dressed…
13 Adele, when lifted in…
Disc: 11
Jane Eyre
1 The hour spent at Millcote was a somewhat harassin
2 We were now approaching Thornfield
3 He rose and came towards me…
4 Chapter 25
5 The wind fell…
6 He landed me on the pavement
7 I walked a little while on the pavement…
8 The disquietude of his air…
9 ‘Now, sir, proceed…’
10 Chapter 26
11 We entered the quiet and humble temple…
12 Mr Briggs calmly took a paper from his pocket…
13 ‘Bertha Mason is mad…’
14 The three gentlemen retreated simultaneously
Disc: 12
Jane Eyre
1 The morning had been a quiet morning enough…
2 Chapter 27
3 ‘Will you ever forgive me?’
4 ‘Jane, you shall not stay here, nor will I.’
5 He recommenced his walk…
6 I did what human beings do instinctively…
7 ‘Jane, you don’t like my narrative…’
8 From a flowery arch at the bottom of my garden…
9 ‘When you are inquisitive, Jane…’
10 Last January…
11 I was at once content…
12 ‘Jane, you understand what I want of you?’
13 He crossed the floor…
Disc: 13
Jane Eyre
1 That night I never thought to sleep…
2 Dim dawn glimmered in the yard.
3 Chapter 28
4 I saw ripe bilberries gleaming here and there…
5 I heard a bell chime…
6 I drew near houses…
7 But once did food pass my lips
8 Having crossed the marsh…
9 ‘Is there ony country where they talk i’ that way?
10 This was the climax
11 Chapter 29
12 After a weary process…
13 I maintained a grave silence…
Disc: 14
Jane Eyre
1 The parlour was rather a small room…
2 Here I saw his glance directed to my hands…
3 I observed but two points in planning my departure
4 Chapter 30
5 Incommunicative as he was…
6 St John said these words as he pronounced his serm
7 In this brief hour…
8 Chapter 31
9 Having brought my eventide musings to this point…
10 My powers heard a call from heaven to rise…
11 This then, I thought, is Miss Oliver, the heiress…
12 Chapter 32
13 Rosamond Oliver kept her word in coming to visit m
14 One evening, while, with her usual child-like acti
Disc: 15
Jane Eyre
1 It was the 5th of November, and a holiday
2 Since I had ascertained that…
3 After a considerable pause…
4 Chapter 33
5 Again came the blank of a pause…
6 I felt cold and dismayed…
7 Mr Rivers rose now and put his cloak on
8 I paused – he stood before me…
9 ‘Mr Rivers! you quite put me out of patience…’
10 Chapter 34
11 Happy at Moor House I was…
12 ‘They are coming! They are coming!’
13 St John had a book in his hand…
Disc: 16
Jane Eyre
1 St John was not a man to be lightly refused…
2 In the course of my necessary correspondence…
3 As we advanced and left the track…
4 He had calculated on these first objections…
5 ‘I CAN do what he wants me to do…’
6 I shuddered as he spoke…
7 ‘St John!’ I exclaimed…
8 Chapter 35
9 I had finished the business now
10 He opened the gate…
11 For the evening reading before prayers…
12 The Impossible – that is my marriage…
13 Chapter 36
14 It was a journey of six-and-thirty hours
Disc: 17
Jane Eyre
1 I looked with timorous joy towards a stately house
2 I feared now to hear my own story
3 ‘What! did he not leave England?’
4 Chapter 37
5 He descended the one step…
6 ‘Who is this?’
7 I will be your neighbour, your nurse, your houseke
8 Summoning Mary…
9 Very early the next morning…
10 ‘This St John, then, is your cousin?’
11 ‘Jane, I ever like your tone of voice…’
12 ‘Mr Rochester, if ever I did a good deed in my lif
13 I longed for thee…
14 Chapter 38
15 You have not quite forgotten little Adele…
16 One morning at the end of the two years…
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