A Lover’s Gift: From Her to Him

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A Lover’s Gift: From Her to Him

Catalogue No:

NA138812

Series:

Poetry

Discs:

1

Release date:

30th Oct 2006

Barcode:

9789626343883

Medium:

CD

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A Lover’s Gift: From Her to Him


Elizabeth Barrett Browning How Do I Love Thee

from ‘The Song of Solomon’

Christina Rossetti A Birthday

William Shakespeare from ‘Romeo and Juliet’

Marianna Alcoforado Letter from Marianna Alcoforado (1640−1723) to the Marquis of Chamilly and St. Leger

Mary Wollenstonecraft Letter from Mary Wollenstonecraft (1759−1797) to Gilbert Imlay

Anne Bradstreet To My Dear and Loving Husband

Kuan Tao-Sheng We Two

Julie-Jeanne-Eléonore de l’Espinasse Letter from Julie-Jeanne-Eléonore de l’Espinasse (1732−1776) to the Comte de Guibert

Katherine Mansfield from Psychology

Katherine Mansfield Letter from Katherine Mansfield to John Middleton Murray

Heloïse Letter from Heloïse (1101−1164) to Abelard

Emily Brontë from Wuthering Heights

Christina Rossetti Meeting

Jane Clairmont Letter from Jane Clairmont (1798−1879) to Lord Byron

Elizabeth Barrett Browning If Thou Must Love Me

Charlotte Brontë from Jane Eyre

George Sand Letter from George Sand to Pietro Pagello

Virginia Woolf from Night and Day

from Song of the Geishas

Stevie Smith Conviction IV

Clara Wieck Letter from Clara Wieck (1819−1896) to Robert Schumann

James Joyce from Molly Bloom’s concluding soliloquy − Ulysses


Read by Laura Paton

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‘I love thee to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach’ The eloquence of lovers is celebrated in the rich and sensuous collection – the love of women for men. Heloïse, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Katherine Mansfield, George Sands and others express their very real passion intensely – as, in fiction, does Juliet for her Romeo, Jane Eyre for her Rochester and Catherine for her Heathcliffe. With the music of Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Puccini, Elgar, and more, here is some of the most tender love prose and poetry in literature.

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