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 Offer Elizabeth Gaskell: North and South (abridged)

Read by Clare Wille

6 CDs

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Contents: MP3320

Elizabeth Gaskell: North and South (Abridged)

7:17:55
$99.75
  • Recording Venue: Liberty Hall, New Barnet

'Edith!' said Margaret gently…

5:45
$1.05

Just then the door opened, and Mr. Henry Lennox…

7:00
$2.10

Margaret was once more in her morning dress…

6:35
$1.05
Show 77 remaining tracks for Elizabeth Gaskell: North and South (Abridged)

Margaret had been thinking of him…

6:41
$1.05

The conversation at dinner flowed on quietly…

7:49
$2.10

He was gone.

7:32
$2.10

'Where are we to go to?' said she at last…

6:55
$1.05

Margaret went upstairs.

5:41
$1.05

Margaret was inexpressibly relieved…

4:59
$1.05

The next afternoon, about twenty miles…

5:17
$1.05

Margaret could not help her looks…

4:19
$1.05

It needed the pretty, light papering of the rooms…

7:27
$2.10

The day after this meeting with Higgins…

4:26
$1.05

He was rather late, and walked rapidly…

5:14
$1.05

Margaret's lip curled…

4:03
$1.05

'Margaret!' said Mr. Hale, as he returned…

4:17
$1.05

One afternoon she met Bessie Higgins in the street…

5:03
$1.05

Mr. Thornton had had some difficulty…

6:54
$1.05

Margaret flew upstairs…

3:36
$1.05

It was a comfort to Margaret about this time…

8:17
$2.10

'Margaret,' said her father, the next day…

4:21
$1.05

Both Mr. Hale and Margaret…

5:01
$1.05

Mr. Thornton came that evening to Mr. Hale's.

7:15
$2.10

The next afternoon, Dr. Donaldson came…

4:16
$1.05

Meanwhile Margaret had returned…

5:24
$1.05

Margaret went out heavily and unwillingly enough…

4:16
$1.05

'Yo're just a foreigner, and nothing more,' said he…

4:39
$1.05

On Margaret's return home she found two letters…

7:08
$2.10

Mr. Hale had his own acquaintances…

4:25
$1.05

Margaret went home so painfully occupied…

4:02
$1.05

Margaret and her father were the first to arrive.

4:58
$1.05

Margaret and her father walked home.

6:52
$1.05

Margaret was shown into the drawing room.

6:35
$1.05

'Mr. Thornton,' said Margaret, shaking all over…

5:50
$1.05

But the retrograde movement towards the gate…

4:18
$1.05

Mrs. Thornton went first to the room…

5:17
$1.05

Margaret had not been gone five minutes…

4:53
$1.05

'Mother! You know what I have got to say…'

5:20
$1.05

The next morning Margaret dragged herself up…

4:17
$1.05

'Your way of speaking shocks me…

4:50
$1.05

Margaret began to wonder whether all offers…

4:01
$1.05

Mrs. Hale was in the drawing-room…

4:55
$1.05

When Mr. Thornton had left the house that morning…

4:12
$1.05

Mr. Thornton went straight and clear…

7:28
$2.10

That afternoon she walked swiftly…

4:32
$1.05

While he followed the house-servant along the passage…

7:15
$2.10

The next morning brought Margaret a letter from Edith…

2:24
$1.05

Mrs. Thornton came to see Mrs. Hale the next morning…

3:40
$1.05

During the time that Mrs. Thornton…

6:54
$1.05

Before the morning came all was over.

4:46
$1.05

It was evident that Frederick must go…

6:31
$1.05

All the next day they sat together, they three.

7:03
$2.10

Margaret had resolved not to mention…

4:25
$1.05

The 'bearing up better than likely' was a terrible strain…

7:41
$2.10

Mr. Thornton sat on and on…

5:48
$1.05

He accordingly presented himself again…

5:45
$1.05

At the time arranged the previous day…

6:35
$1.05

The next day Higgins came to see Mr. Hale and Margaret.

4:16
$1.05

It was not merely that Margaret was known…

3:54
$1.05

'I don't see what we have to do with that.'

4:12
$1.05

The more Mrs. Thornton thought over…

5:22
$1.05

Mr. Thornton was not spending the morning…

6:00
$1.05

Margaret shut herself up in her own room…

5:07
$1.05

Higgins did not turn round…

5:36
$1.05

Margaret had not expected much pleasure to herself…

6:10
$1.05

So they fell back into the monotony of the quiet life…

3:13
$1.05

So the winter was getting on…

4:19
$1.05

That night Mr. Hale laid his head down…

4:37
$1.05

Margaret fell into a state of prostration…

7:56
$2.10

Mrs. Shaw took as vehement a dislike…

7:48
$2.10

It was very well for Margaret…

7:25
$2.10

When he was gone, Margaret was silent for some time.

6:49
$1.05

About this time Dixon returned from Milton…

4:33
$1.05

'Is not Margaret the heiress?'

3:10
$1.05

Meanwhile at Milton the chimneys smoked…

6:34
$1.05

It was a little golden thread…

7:05
$2.10

It was a hot summer's evening.

4:59
$1.05

There were only two ladies…

4:10
$1.05

Edith went about on tiptoe…

4:27
$1.05

Her voice had cleared itself and become more steady…

4:31
$1.05
Hide 77 tracks for Elizabeth Gaskell: North and South (Abridged)

Contents: FLAC44100

Elizabeth Gaskell: North and South (Abridged)

7:17:55
$118.75
  • Recording Venue: Liberty Hall, New Barnet

'Edith!' said Margaret gently…

5:45
$1.25

Just then the door opened, and Mr. Henry Lennox…

7:00
$2.50

Margaret was once more in her morning dress…

6:35
$1.25
Show 77 remaining tracks for Elizabeth Gaskell: North and South (Abridged)

Margaret had been thinking of him…

6:41
$1.25

The conversation at dinner flowed on quietly…

7:49
$2.50

He was gone.

7:32
$2.50

'Where are we to go to?' said she at last…

6:55
$1.25

Margaret went upstairs.

5:41
$1.25

Margaret was inexpressibly relieved…

4:59
$1.25

The next afternoon, about twenty miles…

5:17
$1.25

Margaret could not help her looks…

4:19
$1.25

It needed the pretty, light papering of the rooms…

7:27
$2.50

The day after this meeting with Higgins…

4:26
$1.25

He was rather late, and walked rapidly…

5:14
$1.25

Margaret's lip curled…

4:03
$1.25

'Margaret!' said Mr. Hale, as he returned…

4:17
$1.25

One afternoon she met Bessie Higgins in the street…

5:03
$1.25

Mr. Thornton had had some difficulty…

6:54
$1.25

Margaret flew upstairs…

3:36
$1.25

It was a comfort to Margaret about this time…

8:17
$2.50

'Margaret,' said her father, the next day…

4:21
$1.25

Both Mr. Hale and Margaret…

5:01
$1.25

Mr. Thornton came that evening to Mr. Hale's.

7:15
$2.50

The next afternoon, Dr. Donaldson came…

4:16
$1.25

Meanwhile Margaret had returned…

5:24
$1.25

Margaret went out heavily and unwillingly enough…

4:16
$1.25

'Yo're just a foreigner, and nothing more,' said he…

4:39
$1.25

On Margaret's return home she found two letters…

7:08
$2.50

Mr. Hale had his own acquaintances…

4:25
$1.25

Margaret went home so painfully occupied…

4:02
$1.25

Margaret and her father were the first to arrive.

4:58
$1.25

Margaret and her father walked home.

6:52
$1.25

Margaret was shown into the drawing room.

6:35
$1.25

'Mr. Thornton,' said Margaret, shaking all over…

5:50
$1.25

But the retrograde movement towards the gate…

4:18
$1.25

Mrs. Thornton went first to the room…

5:17
$1.25

Margaret had not been gone five minutes…

4:53
$1.25

'Mother! You know what I have got to say…'

5:20
$1.25

The next morning Margaret dragged herself up…

4:17
$1.25

'Your way of speaking shocks me…

4:50
$1.25

Margaret began to wonder whether all offers…

4:01
$1.25

Mrs. Hale was in the drawing-room…

4:55
$1.25

When Mr. Thornton had left the house that morning…

4:12
$1.25

Mr. Thornton went straight and clear…

7:28
$2.50

That afternoon she walked swiftly…

4:32
$1.25

While he followed the house-servant along the passage…

7:15
$2.50

The next morning brought Margaret a letter from Edith…

2:24
$1.25

Mrs. Thornton came to see Mrs. Hale the next morning…

3:40
$1.25

During the time that Mrs. Thornton…

6:54
$1.25

Before the morning came all was over.

4:46
$1.25

It was evident that Frederick must go…

6:31
$1.25

All the next day they sat together, they three.

7:03
$2.50

Margaret had resolved not to mention…

4:25
$1.25

The 'bearing up better than likely' was a terrible strain…

7:41
$2.50

Mr. Thornton sat on and on…

5:48
$1.25

He accordingly presented himself again…

5:45
$1.25

At the time arranged the previous day…

6:35
$1.25

The next day Higgins came to see Mr. Hale and Margaret.

4:16
$1.25

It was not merely that Margaret was known…

3:54
$1.25

'I don't see what we have to do with that.'

4:12
$1.25

The more Mrs. Thornton thought over…

5:22
$1.25

Mr. Thornton was not spending the morning…

6:00
$1.25

Margaret shut herself up in her own room…

5:07
$1.25

Higgins did not turn round…

5:36
$1.25

Margaret had not expected much pleasure to herself…

6:10
$1.25

So they fell back into the monotony of the quiet life…

3:13
$1.25

So the winter was getting on…

4:19
$1.25

That night Mr. Hale laid his head down…

4:37
$1.25

Margaret fell into a state of prostration…

7:56
$2.50

Mrs. Shaw took as vehement a dislike…

7:48
$2.50

It was very well for Margaret…

7:25
$2.50

When he was gone, Margaret was silent for some time.

6:49
$1.25

About this time Dixon returned from Milton…

4:33
$1.25

'Is not Margaret the heiress?'

3:10
$1.25

Meanwhile at Milton the chimneys smoked…

6:34
$1.25

It was a little golden thread…

7:05
$2.50

It was a hot summer's evening.

4:59
$1.25

There were only two ladies…

4:10
$1.25

Edith went about on tiptoe…

4:27
$1.25

Her voice had cleared itself and become more steady…

4:31
$1.25
Hide 77 tracks for Elizabeth Gaskell: North and South (Abridged)