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Thomas Hardy: Tess of the d'Urbervilles (Anna Bentinck) (Naxos Audio Books: NAX86712)


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Item number NAX86712
Barcode 9789626348673
Release date 28/04/2008
Category Classic Fiction & Modern Classics | AudioBooks
Label Naxos AudioBooks
Media type CD
Number of units 14
Performers
Artists Anna Bentinck
Composers Leo Tolstoy
Disc: 1
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 Chapter 1
2 'And shall we ever come into our own again?'
3 Chapter 2
4 The young girls formed, indeed, the…
5 Among these on-lookers were three…
6 Chapter 3
7 'I'll rock the cradle for 'ee, mother,' said the d
8 The Compleat Fortune-Teller was an old thick volum
9 Chapter 4
10 While this question was being discussed…
11 It was eleven o'clock before the family…
12 The renewed subject, which seemed to have…
13 By this time the mail-cart man…
14 Chapter 5
Disc: 2
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 Rising early next day…
2 Everything on this snug property…
3 This embodiment of a d'Urberville…
4 They had spent some time wandering…
5 Chapter 6
6 Tess seemed for the moment…
7 Chapter 7
8 'Not for less than a thousand pound!'
9 Chapter 8
10 He drew rein, and as they slowed…
11 Chapter 9
12 The birds that the two girls had brought in…
13 He suited the action to the word, and…
14 Chapter 10
Disc: 3
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 Approaching the hay-trussers…
2 'You shall catch it for this, my gentlemen…'
3 'Tis treacle,' said an observant matron.
4 Chapter 11
5 'Why, where be we?'
6 Having buttoned the overcoat…
7 Chapter 12
8 'Tis quite true.'
9 He emitted a laboured breath…
10 'No,' said she…
11 Chapter 13
12 Parishioners dropped in by twos and threes…
13 Chapter 14
14 Her binding proceeds with clock-like monotony.
Disc: 4
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 A resolution which had surprised…
2 Tess had drifted into a frame of mind…
3 The most impressed of them said…
4 Having the natural feelings of a tradesman…
5 Chapter 15
6 She had held so aloof of late…
7 Chapter 16
8 The bird's-eye perspective before her…
9 Tess Durbeyfield, then, in good heart…
10 Chapter 17
11 The milkers formed quite a little battalion…
12 'Oh yes; there's nothing like…'
13 'Take it gentle, sir; take it gentle,' said the da
14 Chapter 18
15 It had never occurred to the straightforward…
16 So we find Angel Clare at six-and-twenty…
Disc: 5
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 The early mornings were still sufficiently cool…
2 Chapter 19
3 Tess was conscious of neither time nor space.
4 Tess, on her part, could not understand why…
5 'Tess, fie for such bitterness!'
6 Chapter 20
7 The mixed, singular, luminous gloom…
8 Chapter 21
9 While the listeners were smiling…
10 'So have you – so have we all,' said Marian…
11 Chapter 22
12 'Upon my soul and body, this here stooping…'
13 Chapter 23
14 Marian had lowered herself upon his arm…
15 Tess's heart ached.
Disc: 6
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 Chapter 24
2 Clare had studied the curves of those lips…
3 Chapter 25
4 To encounter her daily in the accustomed manner…
5 Clare knew her well.
6 Angel sat down, and the place…
7 'I suppose it is farming or nothing for you now…'
8 Chapter 26
9 'Mercy Chant is of a very good family.'
10 His mother made him sandwiches…
11 Chapter 27
12 'I've got to go a-skimming,' she pleaded…
13 You quite misapprehend my parents.
14 Chapter 28
Disc: 7
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 Although the early September weather was sultry…
2 At last she got away, and did not stop…
3 Chapter 29
4 It all turned on that release.
5 Clare had resolved never to kiss her until…
6 Chapter 30
7 'Londoners will drink it at their breakfasts…'
8 'I like the other way rather best.'
9 Chapter 31
10 They unaffectedly sought each other's company…
11 Her affection for him was now the breath and life…
12 'But,' she timidly answered…
13 'Are you sure you don't dislike me for it?'
14 Chapter 32
15 'So that, seriously, dearest Tess,' he continued…
Disc: 8
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 Next, he wished to see a little of the working…
2 Chapter 33
3 'Oh, nothing, dear,' he said from within.
4 Her perception that Angel's bearing towards her…
5 Upheld by the momentum of the time…
6 'O my love, why do I love you so!'
7 Chapter 34
8 'That cock knew the weather was going to…'
9 Suddenly he said with enthusiasm…
10 Angel, suddenly recollecting that Tess…
11 'O yes! I am sure that – '
12 Chapter 35
13 'Sit down, sit down,' he said gently.
14 Behold, when thy face is made bare…
Disc: 9
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 They wandered on again in silence.
2 Having nothing more to fear…
3 Chapter 36
4 'My position – is this,' he said abruptly.
5 'Well, since you say no, I won't…'
6 He spoke such things as these and more…
7 Her eyelids, weighted with trouble…
8 'Quite sure. We ought to part…
9 Chapter 37
10 Ah! Now she knew what he was dreaming of…
11 It suddenly occurred to her to try persuasion…
12 To make the call as unobtrusive as possible…
13 'Until you come to me I must not try to come to yo
14 Chapter 38
15 'Well, well; what's done can't be undone!'
Disc: 10
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 Chapter 39
2 'We had your brief note three weeks ago…'
3 '''Who can find a virtuous woman?…'''
4 Chapter 40
5 Hearing a footstep below, he rose…
6 'I am going to Brazil alone, Izz,' said he.
7 'Well, but, Izz, we'll part friends, anyhow?'
8 Chapter 41
9 Her reluctance to communicate with her…
10 Among the difficulties of her lonely position…
11 In the midst of these whimsical fancies…
12 Chapter 42
13 Towards the second evening she reached…
14 She pulled off in disgust a bandage…
15 Chapter 43
Disc: 11
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 So the two forces were at work here…
2 Then one day a peculiar quality invaded the air…
3 Putting on their gloves, all set to work…
4 After this they continued for some long time…
5 Chapter 44
6 It was a year ago, all but a day…
7 The second peal had been louder, and still…
8 'Some imposter who wished to come into the town…'
9 'The people are gone to afternoon service, I suppo
10 Chapter 45
11 As soon as she could reflect, it appalled her…
12 'I have done nothing!'
13 Tess, who had been quite unconscious of her action
14 Tess, half frightened, gave way to his importunity
Disc: 12
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 Chapter 46
2 Tess still did no more than listen…
3 'Do not ask what I do not wish to tell!'
4 'If so be you make an agreement to work for me…'
5 'But I have. Though I don't believe in anything…
6 'What, you have really arranged to preach, and – '
7 Chapter 47
8 The old men on the rising straw-rick talked of the
9 Tess continued to eat her modest dinner…
10 'Well, never mind,' he resumed.
11 Chapter 48
12 The time for the rat-catching arrived…
13 Angel, I live entirely for you.
14 Chapter 49
Disc: 13
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 Angel's original intention had not been emigration
2 He thought of Tess as she had appeared on the day…
3 To perfect the ballads was now her whimsical desir
4 Chapter 50
5 She liked doing it after the confinement…
6 'A jester might say this is just like Paradise…'
7 Chapter 51
8 'Didn't you see me?'
9 Tess remained where she was a long while…
10 Chapter 52
11 The distance was great – too great…
12 In the interim Tess, left with the children…
13 Chapter 53
14 He soon retired to bed; and the next morning…
Disc: 14
Tess of the d'Urbervilles (unabridged)
1 Chapter 54
2 Some man, apparently the sexton, had observed…
3 Chapter 55
4 Tess appeared on the threshold…
5 Chapter 56
6 She need not have done so, however…
7 Chapter 57
8 By degrees he was inclined to believe…
9 'I think we may as well steer in a general way…'
10 Chapter 58
11 Not more than a minute had elapsed…
12 'A very Temple of the Winds,' he said.
13 He kissed her to avoid a reply…
14 Chapter 59
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