George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss (unabridged)

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George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss (unabridged)

Catalogue No:

NA0095

Discs:

16

Release date:

1st Oct 2012

Barcode:

9781843796046

Length:

20 hours 36 minutes

Medium:

CD (download also available)
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George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss (unabridged)


read by Laura Paton

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George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss (Unabridged)

Book I Chapter I

Chapter II

Chapter III

Maggie ran in an instant…

Mr. Riley paused a moment…

Chapter IV

Chapter V

With this terrible conclusion, Tom ran away from Maggie…

They were on their way to the Round Pool…

Chapter VI

But Maggie, gifted with that superior power of misery…

Chapter VII

'Well, sister, you're late; what's the matter?'

A dreadful resolve was gathering in Maggie's breast…

Slowly she rose from amongst her scattered locks…

'You've got a bond for it, I reckon,' he said…

Chapter VIII

If Mrs. Moss had been one of the most astute women in the world…

Chapter IX

Mrs. Tulliver felt that she ought to be affected…

'It's dreadful to think on,' said aunt Pullet…

Chapter X

Chapter XI

Maggie soon got out of breath with running…

'Here's a bit o' nice victual, then,' said the old woman…

Chapter XII

This was the general aspect of things…

'Well, Mr. Glegg! it's a poor return I get…'

Chapter XIII

Book II Chapter I

Perhaps it was because teaching came naturally to Mr. Stelling…

Tom, as I said, had never been so much like a girl…

Maggie found the Latin Grammar quite soothing…

Chapter II

Tom, looking round with some anxiety…

Chapter III

Chapter IV

The thumb-screw was a little relaxed…

Chapter V

Chapter VI

Chapter VII

Book III Chapter I

Chapter II

The natural strength and firmness of his nature…

Chapter III

The aunts and uncles appeared to have been in warm discussion…

Mrs. Moss was in too much agitation…

Chapter IV

Chapter V

Mr. Deane tapped his box again.

Chapter VI

Bob had drawn out a dirty canvas bag…

Chapter VII

'Mrs. Tulliver, I think?' said Mr. Wakem.

Chapter VIII

'Yes, father,' said Tom, in answer to the gaze.

Chapter IX

Book IV Chapter I

Chapter II

Chapter III

In one of these meditations…

I suppose that is the reason…

Book V Chapter I

'I don't know,' said Maggie, musingly.

'I have never had any doubt that you would be the same…'

Chapter II

Uncle Glegg, who regarded himself as a jocose man…

'Eh mum, I'm loth, that I am,' said Bob…

Chapter III

Maggie felt unable to speak.

Chapter IV

Chapter V

'Tom,' she said, urged out of pride into pleading…

Chapter VI

Chapter VII

Book VI Chapter I

Surely the only courtship unshaken by doubts and fears…

Chapter II

Lucy had looked up from her work…

Did Lucy intend to be present at the meeting…

Chapter III

Chapter IV

That was a cruel word. Maggie's lip began to tremble.

Chapter V

Chapter VI

One day – it was the day of Philip's return…

Chapter VII

But Maggie was conscience-stricken.

'That's the way with you tenors,' said Stephen…

Chapter VIII

Chapter IX

'No, no; see, she has got a customer…'

'You find your office rather a fatiguing one…'

Chapter X

Chapter XI

'Take my arm,' said Stephen, entreatingly…

Chapter XII

'Hegh, hegh!' said Mr. Glegg…

Chapter XIII

When the morning came, Philip was too ill…

Stung by this reproach, he released her hands…

Chapter XIV

'Remember what you felt weeks ago,' she began…

Book VII Chapter I

Maggie was silent a little while…

Chapter II

As soon as her mother was gone, Maggie put on her bonnet.

Chapter III

Still two or three more days passed…

Chapter IV

The Miss Guests saw an alleviation to the sorrow…

Chapter V

'It is the boat!' cried Maggie.

Conclusion

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