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DICKENS, C.: Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged)


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Category: Classic Fiction
Reader(s):
Barrett, Sean
Catalogue No.: NAX90912
ISBN No.: 9789626349090
Total Playing Time: 26:31:30

Track Details

Disc 1

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Preface 00:08:09
2 Chapter 1 00:08:16
3 There was another guest… 00:06:47
4 The heir apparent to the Maypole… 00:06:54
5 The landlord pausing here… 00:06:15
6 The man glanced at the parish… 00:05:07
7 At this point of the narrative… 00:06:34
8 Chapter 2 00:05:52
9 Whether the traveller was possessed… 00:06:51
10 Thus they regarded each other… 00:06:01
11 Chapter 3 00:06:11

Disc 2

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 So saying, he raised his face… 00:06:11
2 With these words, he applied himself… 00:04:31
3 Chapter 4 00:05:59
4 After a long and patient contemplation… 00:05:43
5 Sim Tappertit, among the other fancies… 00:07:13
6 Although Sim Tappertit had taken no share… 00:05:23
7 Chapter 5 00:05:12
8 The widow shook her head. 00:04:54
9 Chapter 6 00:05:55
10 He took his wig off outright… 00:05:58
11 The young man smiled… 00:07:01
12 The raven gave a short, comfortable… 00:05:13

Disc 3

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 7 00:06:59
2 Poor Gabriel twisted his wig about… 00:06:14
3 Chapter 8 00:08:21
4 With these words, he folded his arms again. 00:08:06
5 To this the novice made rejoinder… 00:07:13
6 Chapter 9 00:05:37
7 Miss Miggs deliberated within herself… 00:07:44
8 Chapter 10 00:07:19
9 It was spacious enough in all conscience… 00:07:11
10 John was so very much astonished… 00:06:13
11 But Barnaby delayed beyond all precedent. 00:05:12

Disc 4

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 11 00:07:32
2 Everybody looked at Mr. Willet… 00:04:53
3 Chapter 12 00:06:05
4 'I love my niece…' 00:07:05
5 'In short, justifying the means by the end…' 00:06:19
6 Chapter 13 00:07:41
7 To this, Joe made no answer… 00:07:53
8 Now, Mrs. Varden, regarding the Maypole… 00:05:52
9 And she hardly looked at him… 00:05:02
10 Chapter 14 00:04:40
11 He regarded the young man sternly… 00:05:38

Disc 5

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 15 00:07:54
2 Edward rose, and paced the room. 00:05:08
3 'My dear Ned,' returned his father… 00:06:22
4 The young man leant his head… 00:05:00
5 Chapter 16 00:06:07
6 Among all the dangerous characters… 00:07:47
7 Chapter 17 00:07:59
8 She had sunk upon her knees… 00:08:15
9 When he had concluded these arrangements… 00:08:19
10 Chapter 18 00:05:10
11 The light came to the level of the pavement… 00:06:14

Disc 6

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 19 00:07:30
2 This little incident… 00:05:37
3 With this advice he kissed… 00:05:30
4 But on they went… 00:06:27
5 Chapter 20 00:06:42
6 Dolly bade her good bye… 00:07:03
7 Chapter 21 00:07:07
8 Joe had not the smallest objection… 00:07:42
9 Mrs. Varden opined that if he did… 00:05:38
10 Chapter 22 00:07:25
11 But even then, their very kindness shaped… 00:07:35

Disc 7

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 23 00:07:41
2 Having said this in the politest… 00:05:11
3 He obeyed. His patron followed him… 00:06:25
4 As he spoke, he twisted it up… 00:05:39
5 Chapter 24 00:06:06
6 During the whole of this dialogue… 00:05:52
7 Chapter 25 00:05:39
8 She took his arm… 00:05:27
9 Miss Haredale stood beside her chair… 00:06:56
10 With that, she would have left them… 00:05:44
11 Chapter 26 00:06:33
12 If the dark little parlour had been filled… 00:05:38

Disc 8

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 27 00:07:15
2 Dolly showed some reluctance to perform… 00:05:41
3 Aware of the impression he had made… 00:07:38
4 Mrs. Varden was perfectly aghast… 00:06:30
5 Chapter 28 00:05:30
6 Hugh obeyed again even more zealously… 00:06:33
7 Chapter 29 00:06:49
8 Hugh made no answer… 00:06:42
9 He raised his hat from his head… 00:07:50
10 'My dear girl,' said Mr. Chester… 00:08:14
11 Chapter 30 00:05:04

Disc 9

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Joe made no effort to reply. 00:04:36
2 Chapter 31 00:06:10
3 'What noisy fellow is that in the next room? 00:07:36
4 He went out by Islington… 00:05:10
5 Dolly in the meanwhile, turned to the corner 00:06:20
6 Chapter 32 00:05:45
7 'You make me blush…' 00:06:38
8 Chapter 33 00:06:45
9 Mr. Parkes, who was possibly… 00:05:56
10 A more complete picture of terror… 00:05:16
11 Here old John precipitately interrupted… 00:06:51
12 Chapter 34 00:05:57

Disc 10

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Mr. Willet fixed his dull eyes… 00:07:23
2 Chapter 35 00:05:45
3 'You surprise me, Grueby…' 00:05:28
4 As he bustled in and out of the room… 00:07:17
5 'It's a great power. You're right…' 00:06:40
6 Chapter 36 00:06:14
7 'Miggs,' said Lord George… 00:05:17
8 Chapter 37 00:06:19
9 It was the slightest action possible… 00:06:55
10 So along the Strand… 00:06:12
11 'I don't exactly know how many…' 00:06:47

Disc 11

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 38 00:06:13
2 The enrolment being completed… 00:05:36
3 Chapter 39 00:07:46
4 Mr. Tappertit did not stop here… 00:07:21
5 He heaved a deep sigh as he indulged… 00:07:01
6 Chapter 40 00:05:15
7 'I thought when you left me this evening…' 00:04:52
8 The knight looked at him with a smile… 00:06:25
9 Chapter 41 00:06:16
10 The locksmith did for a moment seem disposed… 00:05:30
11 If there had been anybody… 00:07:14
12 Lest the reader should be at any loss… 00:07:41

Disc 12

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 42 00:05:44
2 With that, as if to change the theme… 00:05:20
3 Chapter 43 00:06:28
4 In the abstract there was nothing… 00:05:41
5 'You have so much of my favour, sir…' 00:05:41
6 'This man,' said Mr. Haredale… 00:07:49
7 Chapter 44 00:05:19
8 Mr. Dennis coughed and shook his head… 00:06:44
9 Chapter 45 00:06:29
10 Grip was by no means an idle or unprofitable… 00:06:04
11 Barnaby looked curiously at his eyes… 00:06:19
12 She moved towards him, and stooped down. 00:06:55

Disc 13

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 46 00:07:29
2 He paused a moment… 00:06:38
3 Chapter 47 00:05:24
4 Barnaby and his mother walked on… 00:06:20
5 He was evidently about to make… 00:07:03
6 Chapter 48 00:05:30
7 With hands that trembled with his eagerness… 00:06:19
8 Scouts had been posted in advance… 00:06:22
9 Chapter 49 00:07:20
10 It was between two and three o'clock… 00:07:47
11 The boldness of this action quite took them… 00:08:06

Disc 14

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 50 00:07:25
2 'Fire and fury, master!' cried Hugh… 00:07:37
3 Chapter 51 00:08:01
4 'Martha,' said the locksmith… 00:07:19
5 Of a rather turbulent description… 00:08:14
6 Chapter 52 00:07:17
7 Dennis looked to where Simon Tappertit lay… 00:08:16
8 Chapter 53 00:07:40
9 'You know the news, then…?' 00:07:11

Disc 15

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 The two looked at him, and at each other… 00:05:52
2 Chapter 54 00:06:38
3 How long he slept, matters not… 00:06:23
4 Nearly all the time while John looked on… 00:05:52
5 Chapter 55 00:07:31
6 What hunt of spectres could surpass… 00:07:12
7 The burning pile, revealing rooms… 00:05:22
8 Chapter 56 00:07:30
9 While Solomon was speaking, old John sat… 00:06:33
10 After a short pause, Mr. Haredale shouted… 00:05:01
11 Chapter 57 00:07:29

Disc 16

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Lord George, biting his nails… 00:06:11
2 At these words, Barnaby furled his flag… 00:06:58
3 Chapter 58 00:08:14
4 It was probably this circumstance… 00:07:10
5 Chapter 59 00:07:30
6 The little hand seconded this admonition… 00:07:14
7 Thrusting his face away with all her force… 00:06:03
8 Poor little Dolly! 00:06:06
9 Chapter 60 00:05:01
10 Hugh and his two friends… 00:04:33
11 Chapter 61 00:06:50

Disc 17

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 'Now, you hear this, my lord?' 00:07:49
2 Chapter 62 00:06:55
3 The blind man listened in silence. 00:06:21
4 'That's better said…' 00:05:52
5 'There is a gleam of hope in this!' 00:05:23
6 Chapter 63 00:07:35
7 The young fellow who held the light… 00:07:29
8 This incautious speech… 00:04:59
9 Chapter 64 00:05:59
10 They struggled together. 00:05:23
11 Although the heat was so intense… 00:06:34

Disc 18

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 65 00:08:03
2 It seemed not a minute's work… 00:08:29
3 While the hangman addressed them… 00:07:16
4 Chapter 66 00:07:13
5 They laid him on a sofa… 00:07:35
6 Chapter 67 00:05:40
7 Besides the notices on the gates… 00:06:27
8 The streets were now a dreadful spectacle. 00:06:00
9 As he spoke, and drew Mr. Haredale back… 00:06:47
10 Chapter 68 00:06:17

Disc 19

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Sickened by the sights surrounding… 00:06:26
2 Chapter 69 00:07:37
3 He was speedily dressed… 00:06:52
4 With such vociferations… 00:06:32
5 But this operation was postponed… 00:04:57
6 Chapter 70 00:06:07
7 Suiting the action to the word… 00:05:40
8 'Lookee here, my sugar…' 00:05:04
9 Chapter 71 00:05:55
10 Miss Miggs was at some trouble… 00:05:53
11 It was some check upon their transport… 00:07:09
12 But Dolly could say nothing… 00:05:41

Disc 20

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Chapter 72 00:07:12
2 'By George!' said the Black Lion… 00:07:25
3 Chapter 73 00:05:41
4 All remaining quiet… 00:06:46
5 Barnaby recoiled in horror… 00:06:06
6 To make me easy in this jail. 00:05:46
7 Chapter 74 00:07:41
8 He looked lazily at him… 00:07:32
9 Chapter 75 00:06:17
10 Gabriel thanked him… 00:06:21
11 Sir John fanned himself… 00:05:27

Disc 21

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 Sir John took a pinch of snuff… 00:08:30
2 Chapter 76 00:05:40
3 The mother and son remained… 00:07:20
4 Chapter 77 00:07:21
5 Two rioters were to die before the prison… 00:07:31
6 But all these things increased his guilt. 00:06:56
7 Barnaby had moved towards the door… 00:05:44
8 Chapter 78 00:06:58
9 He could say nothing to her. 00:06:58
10 Chapter 79 00:07:02
11 He pressed her… 00:06:12

Disc 22

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Barnaby Rudge (Unabridged) 26:31:30
1 But in all the bandyings from hand to hand. 00:07:00
2 Chapter 80 00:05:52
3 It would have been odd enough… 00:06:13
4 Having brought this admonition to an end… 00:06:11
5 Chapter 81 00:07:20
6 The ashes of the commonest fire… 00:06:34
7 He had his hand upon his sword… 00:07:26
8 Chapter The Last 00:06:00
9 Many months after… 00:06:31
10 Mr. Willet the elder… 00:06:20