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Category: Classic Fiction
Reader(s):
Timson, David
Catalogue No.: NAX98912
ISBN No.: 9789626349892
Total Playing Time: 39:01:26

Track Details

Disc 1

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Chapter One 00:05:44
2 Or, at all events, with one drawback. 00:04:21
3 'Good! We must not disguise from you Sir,'… 00:05:39
4 The lady thus specially presented… 00:05:23
5 'Well!' said Mrs. Chick, with a sweet smile… 00:03:37
6 There was no sound in answer… 00:03:13
7 Chapter Two 00:05:11
8 Miss Tox had arrived on the wheels… 00:05:13
9 Miss Tox seemed to be so little enlightened… 00:05:08
10 Thus arrested on the threshold… 00:04:51
11 As his unusual emotion subsided… 00:05:15
12 Chapter Three 00:04:15
13 The apartments which Mr. Dombey reserved… 00:04:41
14 The child, who had dropped her head… 00:05:29
15 Spitfire seemed to be… 00:04:01
16 She suddenly appended… 00:04:15

Disc 2

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 When little Florence timidly presented herself… 00:05:15
2 Chapter Four 00:04:44
3 Here he lived too, in skipper-like state… 00:04:58
4 'The Lord Mayor, Wally,' said Solomon… 00:04:59
5 'Dear Uncle,' said the boy… 00:04:51
6 Solomon Gills rubbed his hands… 00:05:46
7 Upon that he whistled as he filled his glass… 00:05:32
8 Chapter Five 00:04:47
9 'Louisa,' said Mr. Dombey, after a short pause… 00:05:25
10 The two interlopers… 00:05:50
11 'Have the goodness, if you please, Towlinson,'… 00:05:09
12 It happened to be an iron-grey autumnal day… 00:04:11
13 The baby soon appeared, carried in great glory… 00:05:28
14 Before he turned again to lead the way… 00:04:22
15 There they found Mr. Pitt turning up his nose… 00:04:44

Disc 3

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 'I was about to say to you, Richards,'… 00:03:03
2 Such temporary indications of a partial thaw… 00:03:33
3 Chapter Six 00:05:25
4 Staggs's Gardens was uncommonly incredulous. 00:04:52
5 'But where's my pretty boy?' said Polly… 00:05:03
6 Now, it happened that poor Biler's life… 00:05:24
7 They had not gone very far… 00:04:46
8 Mrs. Brown's was not a melodious cry… 00:05:40
9 'If you please, is this the city?' 00:05:16
10 As they stood deliberating in the street… 00:04:51
11 Solomon Gills was quite as hot… 00:05:01
12 'Why, I believe I found Miss Dombey, Sir,'… 00:03:37
13 The entrance of the lost child… 00:03:59
14 Chapter Seven 00:04:26
15 Although Major Bagstock had arrived… 00:04:21
16 But still, when that day… 00:06:02

Disc 4

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Chapter Eight 00:04:59
2 Some philosophers tell us that selfishness is… 00:05:06
3 Heaven and Earth, how old his face was… 00:05:29
4 Mr. Dombey was so astonished… 00:05:43
5 'Surely you must know, Louisa,'… 00:06:00
6 This celebrated Mrs. Pipchin… 00:04:52
7 'Well, Sir,' said Mrs. Pipchin to Paul… 00:05:24
8 Such was life at Mrs. Pipchin's. 00:05:23
9 This, however, never came to pass. 00:04:55
10 It being clear that somebody was dead… 00:04:08
11 With this notable attendant to pull him along… 00:03:46
12 Chapter Nine 00:04:07
13 In this way, Walter, so far from forgetting… 00:05:14
14 'What I mean, Uncle Sol,' pursued Walter… 00:05:57
15 Walter looked from the broker to his uncle… 00:05:07

Disc 5

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Walter, in his impatience… 00:05:22
2 These directions were not issued… 00:04:44
3 'I'm behind the time altogether, my dear Ned,'… 00:04:23
4 Chapter Ten 00:04:52
5 'An old campaigner, Sir,' said the Major… 00:06:06
6 None the worse on account… 00:05:35
7 At the same time the Captain… 00:05:15
8 'What was the debt contracted for?' 00:04:15
9 As he motioned towards the door… 00:05:09
10 Chapter Eleven 00:05:33
11 'Mrs. Pipchin,' said Mr. Dombey… 00:06:08
12 Mr. Dombey waited… 00:05:49
13 The Doctor's was a mighty fine house… 00:04:44
14 'Doctor Blimber is at home, I believe?' 00:04:17
15 'Mrs. Pipchin', said his father… 00:04:25

Disc 6

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 A learned enthusiasm is so very contagious… 00:04:10
2 'I think,' said Mr. Dombey… 00:04:06
3 Chapter Twelve 00:04:55
4 Cornelia took him first to the schoolroom… 00:05:01
5 Young Toots who was ready… 00:05:45
6 'It is remarkable, Mr. Feeder,'… 00:05:09
7 Tea was served in a style no less polite… 00:04:52
8 Miss Blimber presented exactly the appearance… 00:05:23
9 He acquitted himself very well… 00:05:32
10 The books were not easy to procure… 00:04:40
11 Such spirits as he had in the outset, Paul soon lost… 00:03:13
12 'I say!' cried Toots, speaking… 00:04:42
13 Chapter Thirteen 00:05:02
14 The gentleman last mentioned… 00:05:28
15 'You respect nobody, Carker, I think,'… 00:03:59
16 'Gay,' said Mr. Dombey, turning a little… 00:04:54

Disc 7

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 During this conversation… 00:05:46
2 'You have only yourself to thank for it,'… 00:03:40
3 Again his last few words hung… 00:03:05
4 Chapter Fourteen 00:04:20
5 It was perfectly understood… 00:05:29
6 'It may be generally observed of Dombey,'… 00:05:54
7 Over and above these extensive privileges… 00:04:21
8 Mr. Feeder then told him, to his great joy… 00:05:02
9 'If I grow up,' said Paul. 00:05:15
10 'Our little friend,' observed Doctor Blimber… 00:05:04
11 He had to think of a portrait on the stairs… 00:05:29
12 There was a grand array of white waistcoats… 00:05:23
13 It was Sir Barnet Skettles, Lady Skettles… 00:04:30
14 From his nest among the pillows… 00:04:20
15 Once, when there was a pause in the dancing… 00:05:03
16 Diogenes was the dog: who had never in his life… 00:03:31
17 How Florence laughed! 00:02:31

Disc 8

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Chapter Fifteen 00:05:08
2 This the Captain, in a moment of uncommon… 00:05:06
3 'Keep her off a point or so!' observed the Captain… 00:05:13
4 The Captain, however,… 00:05:47
5 As these reflections presented themselves… 00:04:46
6 Though still, of what the house had suggested to him… 00:05:17
7 There was no such place as Staggs's Gardens. 00:05:49
8 Miss Nipper then took breath… 00:02:41
9 Chapter Sixteen 00:04:51
10 The people around him changed… 00:04:46
11 Paul closed his eyes with those words… 00:02:49
12 For an instant, Paul looked at her… 00:03:08
13 Chapter Seventeen 00:04:45
14 One fact was quite clear to the Captain… 00:04:45
15 As it was a contest of affection and self denial… 00:04:11
16 The Captain's equanimity was so impenetrable… 00:04:24
17 The acuteness and significence… 00:04:32

Disc 9

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 The Captain's complacency… 00:04:02
2 The unconscious Captain walked out… 00:03:10
3 Chapter Eighteen 00:05:12
4 The feathers wind their gloomy way… 00:05:08
5 'My dear child,' said Mrs. Chick… 00:04:34
6 'Florence, my dear child, your poor papa…' 00:05:00
7 Mrs. Chick approved of this resolution… 00:05:01
8 It was easy to know when he had gone out… 00:04:58
9 One day, about a week after the funeral… 00:04:56
10 Mr. Toots, seeing Florence in tears… 00:04:48
11 Although Miss Nipper was nervous… 00:05:33
12 Her father sat at his old table… 00:06:15
13 Chapter Nineteen 00:05:20
14 'And I added,' pursued Walter… 00:04:38
15 'You remember me,' said Florence with a smile… 00:04:46
16 'Oh! but Walter,' said Florence… 00:05:18

Disc 10

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Had Florence any misgiving… 00:05:09
2 Walter was coming down… 00:03:47
3 The relentless chronometer at last announced… 00:04:19
4 Chapter Twenty 00:05:20
5 'Where is my scoundrel!' said the Major… 00:04:54
6 'Dombey,' said the Major warmly… 00:05:57
7 But before the carriage moved away… 00:05:25
8 'Take advice from plain old Joe…' 00:05:15
9 Breasting the wind and light… 00:05:03
10 The sweet, calm, gentle presence… 00:06:04
11 Chapter Twenty-One 00:05:04
12 The discrepancy between Mrs. Skewton's fresh… 00:04:39
13 'Stop a moment, Withers!' said Mrs. Skewton… 00:04:39
14 Mr. Dombey's eyes sought the ground… 00:05:05
15 'I hope, Mrs. Granger,' said Mr. Dombey… 00:03:28
16 Withers the Wan, at this period… 00:03:45

Disc 11

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 The Major, who was quite forgiven… 00:03:29
2 Chapter Twenty-Two 00:05:10
3 'Don't mistake me.' 00:05:04
4 Still that passage, which was in a postscript… 00:05:14
5 Obedient to a nod from Mr. Carker… 00:05:07
6 Mr. Perch was too deferential to express surprise… 00:05:21
7 Mr. Carker the Manager… 00:05:09
8 Mr. Carker looked at Polly… 00:04:14
9 Mr. Carker's mouth expanded… 00:06:01
10 The Game Chicken… 00:05:37
11 Everything happened as usual… 00:04:18
12 Chapter Twenty-Three 00:05:52
13 For Florence lived alone in the deserted house… 00:05:19
14 But there was one thought… 00:05:47
15 'And so,' said Florence… 00:05:27

Disc 12

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Arriving in good time… 00:04:50
2 In time, Rob was despatched for a coach… 00:05:59
3 But when the Captain… 00:05:15
4 Captain Cuttle picked up his hat… 00:05:08
5 'Clara a-hoy!' cried the Captain… 00:04:50
6 Captain Cuttle, whose delicacy was shocked… 00:05:35
7 'My name's Jack Bunsby!' 00:03:58
8 But meeting the eyes of Florence… 00:03:40
9 Chapter Twenty-Four 00:05:38
10 There were some children staying in the house. 00:05:26
11 As they stopped soon afterwards… 00:05:44
12 Even in the response she made… 00:05:24
13 The man drew a deep sigh. 00:04:22
14 The father and his sick daughter… 00:04:47
15 Chapter Twenty-Five 00:03:39
16 'My dear Ned Cuttle. Enclosed is my Will!' 00:04:18

Disc 13

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 The Captain's first care was to establish himself… 00:05:07
2 Not a station-house, or bone-house… 00:05:20
3 These innocent MacStingers… 00:03:08
4 Rob nodded his understanding… 00:02:55
5 Chapter Twenty-Six 00:05:14
6 'I shall have the pleasure, Carker'… 00:04:50
7 While they were thus engaged… 00:04:59
8 'I feel that I am weak…' 00:05:23
9 The Major advancing his double chin… 00:05:08
10 'This morning, Ma'am,' returned the Major… 00:05:04
11 'Your regards, Edith, my dear?' 00:05:41
12 The Major gave the horse's cough… 00:04:26
13 'This was respectful and becoming… 00:04:38
14 Chapter Twenty-Seven 00:05:00
15 A withered and very ugly old woman… 00:05:24
16 'Mrs. Skewton,' said Mr. Dombey… 00:05:49

Disc 14

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Few people had less reason to complain… 00:04:34
2 Mr. Carker cantered behind the carriage… 00:04:27
3 They were not exchanging a word or a look. 00:05:13
4 Warwick Castle being at length… 00:06:00
5 The dinner was the counterpart… 00:04:57
6 The very voice was changed… 00:03:33
7 'You might have been well married,'… 00:03:53
8 Chapter Twenty-Eight 00:05:34
9 Again, Florence, in pursuit of her strong purpose… 00:05:13
10 Stretched on a crimson cushion… 00:04:38
11 Such of her late friends and companions… 00:04:52
12 'There is nothing the matter?' inquired Florence. 00:03:14
13 'Mrs. Skewton,' said her father… 00:03:50
14 Chapter Twenty-Nine 00:05:45
15 A flush - it was warm weather… 00:04:35
16 Miss Tox assented… 00:03:52
17 Miss Tox left her seat in a hurry… 00:03:15

Disc 15

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 In the moment's silence that ensued… 00:05:26
2 Miss Tox directed an imploring… 00:05:37
3 Figuratively speaking, that is to say… 00:04:23
4 Chapter Thirty 00:05:22
5 Edith sat looking at her… 00:04:42
6 Oh Edith! it were well to die… 00:05:46
7 'I hear him now!' cried Florence… 00:04:53
8 The conversation was almost entirely sustained… 00:04:39
9 No bad representation of the body… 00:05:20
10 'My dear Dombey,' said Cleopatra… 00:05:04
11 'I am tired to death,' said she… 00:03:41
12 Edith bent the same fixed look upon her… 00:04:11
13 Chapter Thirty-One 00:05:35
14 The pastry cook is hard at work… 00:04:29
15 Mr. Dombey leaves his dressing room… 00:04:12
16 'Dombey', says the Major… 00:04:17

Disc 16

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 There is a pause while Mr. Sownds… 00:05:38
2 'I am proud to see,' says Mr. Carker… 00:04:23
3 Now, there are more congratulations… 00:05:29
4 'But I know sufficient of my friend…' 00:05:07
5 The chariot is at the door; the Bride is descending… 00:02:39
6 Mrs. Skewton sleeps upstairs… 00:04:30
7 Chapter Thirty-Two 00:05:14
8 Nevertheless, the Captain did not tempt ill fortune… 00:05:12
9 The wind still rushing, and the rain still pattering… 00:05:36
10 Captain Cuttle proferred a glass of rum… 00:05:12
11 'As I was coming out,' said Mr. Toots… 00:05:10
12 'Wal'r my dear lad,' said the Captain… 00:05:41
13 'Thankee Captain Gills,' said Mr. Toots… 00:04:50
14 'My lad,' returned the captain… 00:04:04
15 'You hatch nice little plots…' 00:04:07
16 But the Captain was not unmindful… 00:03:30

Disc 17

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Chapter Thirty-Three 00:04:47
2 The second home is on the other side of London… 00:05:44
3 The cordial face she lifted up to his… 00:05:05
4 'There is a kind of pride, Sir,' she returned… 00:04:56
5 'We are contented, Sir.' 00:04:54
6 Many half forgotten emotions were awakened… 00:05:00
7 She was now opposite the house… 00:06:11
8 Chapter Thirty-Four 00:04:46
9 The old woman, mumbling… 00:05:15
10 'I!' cried the old woman. 00:04:13
11 The old woman leaned her elbows on the table… 00:04:48
12 In uttering this last word… 00:05:34
13 'You seem to say you know a great deal…' 00:04:14
14 At the sound of her raised voice… 00:04:24
15 Chapter Thirty-Five 00:03:09
16 Florence is ready to receive her father… 00:04:54

Disc 18

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 With that Mr. Dombey stalked away… 00:05:42
2 Soon after tea, Mrs. Skewton… 00:05:02
3 There are yielding moments… 00:05:01
4 Florence and Edith, seated before the fire… 00:05:14
5 She saw that Florence would have spoken here… 00:02:58
6 She sat for some time silent… 00:03:42
7 Chapter Thirty-Six 00:05:05
8 The next arrival was a Bank Director… 00:05:12
9 Cousin Feenix was in great force… 00:05:23
10 Mr. Dombey's face was not a changeful one… 00:05:09
11 Mrs. Chick had some such thoughts too… 00:05:06
12 At last, the guests were all gone… 00:04:41
13 There was a sharpness… 00:02:48
14 Chapter Thirty-Seven 00:05:50
15 'I have presumed,' said Mr. Carker… 00:05:00
16 'You may pass that by, Sir,' she returned… 00:04:29

Disc 19

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Edith raised her head quickly… 00:05:33
2 She got on no better towards night… 00:04:50
3 'Where is Mrs. Dombey?' 00:05:57
4 Chapter Thirty-Eight 00:05:23
5 'Polly, my gal,' said Mr. Toodle… 00:05:30
6 At these desperate words… 00:05:10
7 'You never mean to say, Mrs. Richards,'… 00:04:20
8 Mr. Toodle, who had a great respect for learning… 00:04:39
9 Chapter Thirty-Nine 00:05:05
10 Captain Cuttle also, as a man of business… 00:05:46
11 'Well, you'll excuse me…' 00:05:11
12 'And so you've got another berth…?' 00:04:27
13 Therefore Captain Cuttle read the newspaper… 00:05:13
14 'For why?' growled Bunsby… 00:05:27
15 'If so be,' returned Bunsby… 00:05:42

Disc 20

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 'Oh I was a weak and trusting Fool…' 00:05:57
2 Some uneasy ideas that he must be walking… 00:05:11
3 Chapter Forty 00:04:58
4 Yes, and he would have it… 00:04:59
5 She looked upon him as she said so… 00:04:59
6 His insolence of self importance… 00:04:56
7 The hand that had so pressed the bracelet… 00:05:48
8 Mr. Dombey took a long respiration… 00:05:38
9 But she was youthful… 00:05:23
10 From Edith she would sometimes look… 00:05:14
11 Mrs. Skewton, on one particular day… 00:03:33
12 'My Lady, don't believe her,'… 00:03:40
13 Chapter Forty-One 00:05:23
14 And here is Doctor Blimber… 00:04:09
15 There is much shaking of hands… 00:03:48
16 'Certainly, Miss Dombey,' says Mr. Toots… 00:04:18

Disc 21

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Mr. Toots is likewise roaming up and down… 00:05:34
2 A shadow even on that shadowed face… 00:03:27
3 'There's an uncommon good church…' 00:03:30
4 Chapter Forty-Two 00:05:00
5 Thoroughly checked in his expectations… 00:05:00
6 He directed a sharp glance… 00:05:24
7 'Mrs. Dombey and myself,' said Mr. Dombey… 00:05:18
8 'You know,' said Mr. Carker… 00:05:32
9 Mr. Carker bowed his head… 00:05:01
10 'There is nothing more,' quoth Carker… 00:04:22
11 He rode direct to Mr. Dombey's house… 00:03:42
12 Nothing escaped him. 00:03:51
13 Chapter Forty-Three 00:05:35
14 'Papa thinks well of Mrs. Pipchin, Susan,'… 00:05:43
15 She listened at her own. 00:04:53
16 He may sleep on now. 00:05:05

Disc 22

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 'I have dreamed,' said Edith in a low voice… 00:04:50
2 Chapter Forty-Four 00:05:02
3 'Miss Floy,' said Susan Nipper… 00:05:29
4 But the inflexible Nipper… 00:05:10
5 'What is it! Why is it?' said Florence… 00:05:21
6 'Yes,' said Florence hurriedly… 00:05:50
7 Chapter Forty-Five 00:05:19
8 'Sir', returned Edith… 00:05:20
9 She bit her blood-red lip… 00:04:50
10 'Mr. Dombey…' 00:03:47
11 'You know that you are free to do so Sir,'… 00:04:35
12 Chapter Forty-Six 00:04:35
13 'See where he goes!' 00:05:05
14 'Will you hold your tongue, Misses Brown?' 00:03:36
15 Turning into a silent little square… 00:04:12
16 As Rob took another cautious survey of the yard… 00:04:49

Disc 23

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Alone again, in his own room… 00:05:38
2 'I tell you,' said the Manager… 00:02:59
3 He rode near Mr. Dombey's house… 00:04:03
4 Chapter Forty-Seven 00:05:12
5 Those who study the physical sciences… 00:05:12
6 Florence loved him still… 00:05:27
7 Her voice died away into silence… 00:05:16
8 Thus living, in a dream… 00:05:24
9 'However doubtful reason I may have…' 00:05:13
10 'It may be natural enough…' 00:05:21
11 'Release me, then,' said Edith… 00:04:52
12 'Perhaps,' said Carker… 00:05:23
13 As Florence stood transfixed… 00:05:40
14 Her father seized a candle… 00:05:20
15 Chapter Forty-Eight 00:03:25
16 With this last adherent, Florence hurried away… 00:03:29

Disc 24

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Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 'Cheerily,' said the Captain… 00:05:30
2 In evidence of these convictions… 00:05:37
3 'How de do, Captain Gills?' 00:04:53
4 The Captain nodded his own as a mark of assent. 00:03:51
5 The Captain removed his hand from his face… 00:04:16
6 Chapter Forty-Nine 00:05:11
7 Her tears burst forth afresh… 00:05:43
8 Florence essayed to eat a morsel… 00:04:22
9 Unlike as they were externally… 00:05:37
10 When they were alone again… 00:04:43
11 The Captain did not go to bed for a long time. 00:05:22
12 'What! Lady lass,' returned the Captain… 00:05:51
13 'Were they saved!' cried Florence. 00:03:50
14 But Walter sought him out… 00:03:34
15 'I am the cause of your going away…' 00:05:01

Disc 25

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Chapter Fifty 00:04:42
2 'I have been thinking of this…' 00:04:39
3 'Yes, Captain Cuttle,' replied Walter… 00:05:42
4 'The young woman?' returned the Captain. 00:05:02
5 All these good wishes, and better intentions… 00:05:29
6 Mr. Toots was so manifestly delighted… 00:04:32
7 Interested in her, anxious for her… 00:05:00
8 She laid her hand on his… 00:05:30
9 The head was still bent down, the tears… 00:05:20
10 Chapter Fifty-One 00:05:19
11 It is not a phantom of his imagination. 00:05:20
12 'Dombey!,' says the Major… 00:04:30
13 'Shocking circumstances occur, Towlinson,' says Miss Tox. 00:04:50
14 'As to Perch, the messenger…' 00:02:13
15 Chapter Fifty-Two 00:04:45
16 'Woman,' said Mr. Dombey to the old witch… 00:04:35

Disc 26

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Mr. Dombey followed her with his eyes… 00:05:39
2 'Drink a little drop to comfort you…' 00:05:04
3 'What, young woman!' blubbered Rob… 00:05:08
4 The impetuous Mrs. Brown rising directly… 00:04:47
5 'No, Rob. Not yet,' answered Mrs. Brown… 00:04:32
6 'Well then, the way was this…' 00:04:45
7 Chapter Fifty-Three 00:05:36
8 John Carker broke the seal… 00:04:50
9 'Oh, dearest sister! Tied, of your own noble…' 00:05:28
10 'John!' she said, half breathless. 00:04:45
11 'Its matter was not new to me…' 00:05:07
12 'That he has abused his trust… 00:05:11
13 John Carker had gone out… 00:03:53
14 Still upon her knees… 00:03:54
15 'Since then,' said Alice… 00:03:57
16 Chapter Fifty-Four 00:05:30

Disc 27

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 The men - the second of whom… 00:05:19
2 'Hard, unrelenting terms they were!' 00:04:55
3 'I am a woman,' she said, confronting him… 00:05:15
4 He sprung up from his chair… 00:05:33
5 He did not venture… 00:04:21
6 Chapter Fifty-Five 00:05:42
7 'Who goes there! Monsieur?' 00:05:31
8 The word soon brought carriage, horses… 00:04:25
9 Of morning, noon, and sunset… 00:05:13
10 Of receding from the coast, and looking back… 00:05:19
11 For now, indeed, it was no fancy. 00:04:37
12 He passed his hand across his throbbing head… 00:04:09
13 Chapter Fifty-Six 00:05:43
14 'This, however,' said Mr. Toots, 'is not the point…' 00:05:28
15 'Aye!' nodded the Captain. 00:05:58

Disc 28

Dickens, Charles - author(s)

Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 This piece of Generalship accomplished… 00:05:11
2 Walter was busy and away all day… 00:05:39
3 Walter seemed to understand her… 00:05:02
4 The church Walter had chosen… 00:05:33
5 These proceedings on the part of Mr. Toots… 00:05:46
6 'Although,' stammered Mr. Toots… 00:05:19
7 'Began to think as how he was a scientific…' 00:05:09
8 At an early hour… 00:04:03
9 His patron being much engaged… 00:03:57
10 Chapter Fifty-Seven 00:05:09
11 Not even in that childish walk of long ago… 00:05:28
12 They are married, and have signed their names… 00:05:51
13 The Captain and Old Sol have been on board… 00:05:44
14 Chapter Fifty-Eight 00:04:46
15 Mr. Perch always closed these conferences… 00:05:18

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Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 The clerks dispersed after holding… 00:05:29
2 'The extent of Mr. Dombey's resources… 00:04:47
3 'Dear Sir,' she went on to say… 00:04:40
4 He handed her down to a coach… 00:05:13
5 Oh the strong eyes, and the weak frame! 00:04:49
6 'My handsome gal -' 00:03:58
7 With another of those wild cries… 00:05:02
8 Chapter Fifty-Nine 00:04:59
9 It is wonderful how good they feel… 00:04:36
10 Mr. Towlinson then says… 00:06:12
11 Then the mouldy gigs and chaise-carts reappear… 00:05:11
12 'Besides,' says the discreet lady… 00:05:28
13 The house is such a ruin… 00:04:33
14 And the ruined man. 00:03:37
15 As one by one, they fell away before his mind… 00:03:25

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Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 He came out of his solitude… 00:05:41
2 The world was very busy and restless… 00:04:48
3 He would have said it, if he could. 00:04:16
4 Miss Tox addressed herself… 00:03:28
5 Chapter Sixty 00:04:58
6 The Doctor, with his learned legs… 00:05:18
7 'My dear,' said Mrs. Toots, 'I was only talking.' 00:05:02
8 'Why, my love,' said Mr. Toots… 00:05:10
9 The first impulse of the Captain was to run away. 00:05:21
10 'Why not sheer off?' said the Captain. 00:02:49
11 The ceremony was concluded… 00:05:15

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Dombey and Son (Unabridged) 39:01:26
1 Chapter Sixty-One 00:05:40
2 It chanced one evening, towards sunset… 00:04:33
3 'The fact is,' said Cousin Feenix… 00:04:42
4 'I will leave,' said Cousin Feenix… 00:05:06
5 Florence was the first to change. 00:04:42
6 'I trust,' said Cousin Feenix… 00:04:53
7 Edith remained silent for some minutes… 00:03:41
8 Her sternness seemed to yield… 00:04:46
9 Chapter Sixty-Two 00:05:21
10 As to his partner, Captain Cuttle… 00:05:15
11 '"Here he is" says my wife…' 00:05:41