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 Offer Jane Austen: The Watsons/Sanditon

Read by Anna Bentinck

Amusingly read by the acclaimed BBC Radio personality Anna Bentinck, the diversity of the plots and the numerous characters could have been a challenge to a lesser accomplished reader, but I... More…

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Jane Austen: The Watsons (Unabridged)

1:57:05
$25.20
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

The first winter assembly in the town…

5:10
$1.05

'You do not know Penelope. There is nothing she would not do…'

5:28
$1.05

'Your account of this Tom Musgrave, Elizabeth…'

5:28
$1.05
Show 21 remaining tracks for Jane Austen: The Watsons (Unabridged)

'We must not all expect to be individually lucky,' replied Emma.

4:41
$1.05

The girls, dressing in some measure together…

4:51
$1.05

'I think, Miss Emma, I remember your aunt very well…'

4:57
$1.05

The party passed on.

5:34
$1.05

At the conclusion of the two dances, Emma found herself…

4:49
$1.05

At the end of these dances, Emma found they were to drink tea…

4:58
$1.05

'We had quite lost you,' said Mrs. Edwards, who followed her…

4:49
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Emma and Mrs. Blake parted as old acquaintances…

4:15
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The next morning brought a great many visitors.

3:42
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Emma thanked him, but professed herself very unwilling…

4:26
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'Now, my dear Emma,' said Miss Watson…

5:38
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As their quietly sociable little meal concluded, Miss Watson…

5:03
$1.05

With much concern they took their seats…

5:36
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To say that Emma was not flattered by Lord Osborne's visit…

4:57
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'I shall be sorry for the doorkeeper…'

4:52
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Emma was the first of the females in the parlour again…

5:22
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Dinner came, and except when Mrs. Robert looked at her…

4:32
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He recollected himself, and came forward…

5:11
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The ladies were not wanting in civil returns…

5:03
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The clock struck nine while he was thus agreeably occupied…

3:51
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To Emma, the change was most acceptable…

3:52
$1.05
Hide 21 tracks for Jane Austen: The Watsons (Unabridged)

Jane Austen: Sanditon (Unabridged)

2:31:54
$36.75
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Chapter 1

4:43
$1.05

'Excuse me, sir,' replied the other.

4:30
$1.05

A twinge or two, in trying to move his foot…

2:52
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Show 32 remaining tracks for Jane Austen: Sanditon (Unabridged)

'Our coast too full!' repeated Mr. Parker.

4:24
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Chapter 2

4:44
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Sanditon was a second wife and four children to him…

5:14
$1.05

Chapter 3

6:00
$1.05

Till within the last twelvemonth, Mr. Parker had considered…

5:16
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Chapter 4

3:06
$1.05

'My dear, we shall have shade enough on the hill…'

4:25
$1.05

They were now approaching the church…

4:55
$1.05

Chapter 5

3:13
$1.05

He read: My dear Tom, we were all much grieved…

3:56
$1.05

'Well,' said Mr. Parker, as he finished.

2:41
$1.05

Chapter 6

4:25
$1.05

She went on however towards Trafalgar House…

4:18
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'My dear Madam, they can only raise the price…'

3:30
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Chapter 7

3:49
$1.05

How Clara received it was less obvious…

4:58
$1.05

I have read several of Burns's poems with great delight,'…

4:07
$1.05

Charlotte could think of nothing more harmless to be said…

3:32
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'Aye my dear, that's very sensibly said,' cried Lady Denham…

5:03
$1.05

Chapter 8

4:23
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Though he owed many of his ideas to this sort of reading…

3:06
$1.05

Chapter 9

4:36
$1.05

'The West Indians,' she continued, 'whom I look upon…'

4:41
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'Invalids indeed. I trust there are not three people in England…'

4:15
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Chapter 10

5:46
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Mr. and Mrs. Parker and Charlotte had seen two post chaises…

6:03
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'l am much obliged to you,' replied Charlotte. 'But I prefer tea…'

3:50
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'Keep you awake perhaps all night,' replied Charlotte…

3:28
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Chapter 11

3:47
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Mrs. Griffiths had preferred a small, retired place…

3:52
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Chapter 12

4:40
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lt was a close, misty morning and, when they reached the brow…

5:46
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Hide 32 tracks for Jane Austen: Sanditon (Unabridged)

Contents: FLAC44100

Jane Austen: The Watsons (Unabridged)

1:57:05
$30.00
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

The first winter assembly in the town…

5:10
$1.25

'You do not know Penelope. There is nothing she would not do…'

5:28
$1.25

'Your account of this Tom Musgrave, Elizabeth…'

5:28
$1.25
Show 21 remaining tracks for Jane Austen: The Watsons (Unabridged)

'We must not all expect to be individually lucky,' replied Emma.

4:41
$1.25

The girls, dressing in some measure together…

4:51
$1.25

'I think, Miss Emma, I remember your aunt very well…'

4:57
$1.25

The party passed on.

5:34
$1.25

At the conclusion of the two dances, Emma found herself…

4:49
$1.25

At the end of these dances, Emma found they were to drink tea…

4:58
$1.25

'We had quite lost you,' said Mrs. Edwards, who followed her…

4:49
$1.25

Emma and Mrs. Blake parted as old acquaintances…

4:15
$1.25

The next morning brought a great many visitors.

3:42
$1.25

Emma thanked him, but professed herself very unwilling…

4:26
$1.25

'Now, my dear Emma,' said Miss Watson…

5:38
$1.25

As their quietly sociable little meal concluded, Miss Watson…

5:03
$1.25

With much concern they took their seats…

5:36
$1.25

To say that Emma was not flattered by Lord Osborne's visit…

4:57
$1.25

'I shall be sorry for the doorkeeper…'

4:52
$1.25

Emma was the first of the females in the parlour again…

5:22
$1.25

Dinner came, and except when Mrs. Robert looked at her…

4:32
$1.25

He recollected himself, and came forward…

5:11
$1.25

The ladies were not wanting in civil returns…

5:03
$1.25

The clock struck nine while he was thus agreeably occupied…

3:51
$1.25

To Emma, the change was most acceptable…

3:52
$1.25
Hide 21 tracks for Jane Austen: The Watsons (Unabridged)

Jane Austen: Sanditon (Unabridged)

2:31:54
$43.75
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Chapter 1

4:43
$1.25

'Excuse me, sir,' replied the other.

4:30
$1.25

A twinge or two, in trying to move his foot…

2:52
$1.25
Show 32 remaining tracks for Jane Austen: Sanditon (Unabridged)

'Our coast too full!' repeated Mr. Parker.

4:24
$1.25

Chapter 2

4:44
$1.25

Sanditon was a second wife and four children to him…

5:14
$1.25

Chapter 3

6:00
$1.25

Till within the last twelvemonth, Mr. Parker had considered…

5:16
$1.25

Chapter 4

3:06
$1.25

'My dear, we shall have shade enough on the hill…'

4:25
$1.25

They were now approaching the church…

4:55
$1.25

Chapter 5

3:13
$1.25

He read: My dear Tom, we were all much grieved…

3:56
$1.25

'Well,' said Mr. Parker, as he finished.

2:41
$1.25

Chapter 6

4:25
$1.25

She went on however towards Trafalgar House…

4:18
$1.25

'My dear Madam, they can only raise the price…'

3:30
$1.25

Chapter 7

3:49
$1.25

How Clara received it was less obvious…

4:58
$1.25

I have read several of Burns's poems with great delight,'…

4:07
$1.25

Charlotte could think of nothing more harmless to be said…

3:32
$1.25

'Aye my dear, that's very sensibly said,' cried Lady Denham…

5:03
$1.25

Chapter 8

4:23
$1.25

Though he owed many of his ideas to this sort of reading…

3:06
$1.25

Chapter 9

4:36
$1.25

'The West Indians,' she continued, 'whom I look upon…'

4:41
$1.25

'Invalids indeed. I trust there are not three people in England…'

4:15
$1.25

Chapter 10

5:46
$1.25

Mr. and Mrs. Parker and Charlotte had seen two post chaises…

6:03
$1.25

'l am much obliged to you,' replied Charlotte. 'But I prefer tea…'

3:50
$1.25

'Keep you awake perhaps all night,' replied Charlotte…

3:28
$1.25

Chapter 11

3:47
$1.25

Mrs. Griffiths had preferred a small, retired place…

3:52
$1.25

Chapter 12

4:40
$1.25

lt was a close, misty morning and, when they reached the brow…

5:46
$1.25
Hide 32 tracks for Jane Austen: Sanditon (Unabridged)