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Mary Shelley: Frankenstein (unabridged)

Daniel Philpott (reader), Chris Larkin (reader), Jonathan Oliver (reader), Roger May (reader)

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Contents: MP3320

Mary Shelley: Frankenstein (Unabridged)

9:07:48
$117.60
  • Chris Larkin (reader), Daniel Philpott (reader)
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus

5:09
$1.05

These visions faded when I perused…

4:22
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Letter 2

5:01
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Some years ago he loved a young Russian lady…

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Letter 3

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Letter 4

5:01
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Two days passed in this manner…

4:50
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August 13th

4:50
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Even broken in spirit as he is…

5:43
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Chapter 1

4:24
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There was a considerable difference…

3:59
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One day, when my father had gone by himself to Milan…

4:12
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Chapter 2

5:40
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I feel exquisite pleasure…

4:11
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But here were books…

5:12
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Chapter 3

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My departure for Ingolstadt…

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The next morning I delivered my letters…

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Partly from curiosity and partly from idleness…

6:04
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Chapter 4

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Remember, I am not recording the vision of a madman.

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The summer months passed while I was thus engaged…

3:56
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Chapter 5

4:57
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Morning, dismal and wet…

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I trembled excessively…

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Chapter 6

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One by one, her brothers and sister died…

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M. Krempe was not equally docile…

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Chapter 7

5:29
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Clerval, who had watched my countenance as I read this letter…

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It was completely dark when I arrived in the environs of Geneva…

6:37
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Six years had elapsed…

4:31
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This was a strange tale…

4:04
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Chapter 8

6:44
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Several witnesses were called…

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Soon after we heard…

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During this conversation I had retired to a corner…

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Chapter 9

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At these moments I wept bitterly

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Sometimes I could cope with the sullen despair…

4:53
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Chapter 10

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It was nearly noon when I arrived at the top of the ascent.

6:15
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'Begone! I will not hear you.'

5:38
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Chapter 11

5:28
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One day, when I was oppressed by the cold…

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It was noon when I awoke…

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On examining my dwelling…

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Chapter 12

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I discovered also another means…

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I could mention innumerable instances…

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My mode of life in my hovel was uniform.

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Chapter 13

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The next morning Felix went out to his work…

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Every conversation of the cottagers now opened new wonders to me.

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Chapter 14

4:44
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Safie related that her mother was a Christian Arab…

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They found a miserable asylum in the cottage in Germany…

3:52
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Chapter 15

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The volume of Plutarch’s Lives…

6:50
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Several changes, in the meantime, took place in the cottage.

4:51
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One day, when the sun shone on the red leaves…

3:50
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Do not despair.

5:22
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Chapter 16

4:48
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When my hunger was appeased…

5:14
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And now, with the world before me…

4:01
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I generally rested during the day…

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It was evening when I arrived…

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Chapter 17

4:21
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I was moved.

4:25
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I paused some time to reflect on all he had related…

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Chapter 18

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I listened to my father in silence…

5:21
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It was in the latter end of September…

3:32
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We travelled at the time of the vintage…

5:34
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Chapter 19

4:08
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We quitted London on the 27th of March…

4:13
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From Derby, still journeying northwards…

4:36
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Having parted from my friend…

4:20
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Chapter 20

4:24
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Several hours passed…

5:38
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All was again silent…

5:26
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Nothing could be more complete…

4:00
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Some hours passed thus…

4:59
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Chapter 21

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The human frame could no longer support the agonies…

3:59
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As the images that floated before me became more distinct…

5:43
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Nothing, at this moment, could have given me greater pleasure…

4:18
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My father tried to awaken in me the feelings of affection.

4:39
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Chapter 22

4:17
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As time passed away I became more calm…

4:57
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This letter revived in my memory what I had before forgotten…

4:38
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Elizabeth alone had the power to draw me from these fits…

5:37
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After the ceremony was performed…

3:41
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Chapter 23

3:57
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When I recovered I found myself surrounded…

2:57
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After an interval I arose…

4:07
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What then became of me?

6:37
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Chapter 24

5:16
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Amidst the wilds of Tartary and Russia…

5:19
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As I still pursued my journey to the northward…

3:59
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I cannot guess how many days have passed…

5:58
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Walton, in continuation.

4:09
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Our conversations are not always confined to his own history…

5:33
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September 2nd

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September 5th

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September 7th

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His sentence was pronounced…

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His voice became fainter as he spoke…

4:27
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His voice seemed suffocated…

4:50
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I was at first touched by the expressions of his misery…

3:59
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'You, who call Frankenstein your friend…'

3:02
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'Fear not that I shall be the instrument of future mischief.'

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Contents: FLAC44100

Mary Shelley: Frankenstein (Unabridged)

9:07:48
$140.00
  • Chris Larkin (reader), Daniel Philpott (reader)
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus

5:09
$1.25

These visions faded when I perused…

4:22
$1.25

Letter 2

5:01
$1.25
Show 109 remaining tracks for Mary Shelley: Frankenstein (Unabridged)

Some years ago he loved a young Russian lady…

4:45
$1.25

Letter 3

2:17
$1.25

Letter 4

5:01
$1.25

Two days passed in this manner…

4:50
$1.25

August 13th

4:50
$1.25

Even broken in spirit as he is…

5:43
$1.25

Chapter 1

4:24
$1.25

There was a considerable difference…

3:59
$1.25

One day, when my father had gone by himself to Milan…

4:12
$1.25

Chapter 2

5:40
$1.25

I feel exquisite pleasure…

4:11
$1.25

But here were books…

5:12
$1.25

Chapter 3

4:00
$1.25

My departure for Ingolstadt…

3:58
$1.25

The next morning I delivered my letters…

4:09
$1.25

Partly from curiosity and partly from idleness…

6:04
$1.25

Chapter 4

5:40
$1.25

Remember, I am not recording the vision of a madman.

6:52
$1.25

The summer months passed while I was thus engaged…

3:56
$1.25

Chapter 5

4:57
$1.25

Morning, dismal and wet…

4:11
$1.25

I trembled excessively…

6:27
$1.25

Chapter 6

5:38
$1.25

One by one, her brothers and sister died…

6:22
$1.25

M. Krempe was not equally docile…

6:37
$1.25

Chapter 7

5:29
$1.25

Clerval, who had watched my countenance as I read this letter…

5:18
$1.25

It was completely dark when I arrived in the environs of Geneva…

6:37
$1.25

Six years had elapsed…

4:31
$1.25

This was a strange tale…

4:04
$1.25

Chapter 8

6:44
$1.25

Several witnesses were called…

5:27
$1.25

Soon after we heard…

4:32
$1.25

During this conversation I had retired to a corner…

5:07
$1.25

Chapter 9

4:40
$1.25

At these moments I wept bitterly

6:00
$1.25

Sometimes I could cope with the sullen despair…

4:53
$1.25

Chapter 10

5:36
$1.25

It was nearly noon when I arrived at the top of the ascent.

6:15
$1.25

'Begone! I will not hear you.'

5:38
$1.25

Chapter 11

5:28
$1.25

One day, when I was oppressed by the cold…

5:08
$1.25

It was noon when I awoke…

5:19
$1.25

On examining my dwelling…

5:36
$1.25

Chapter 12

4:13
$1.25

I discovered also another means…

4:47
$1.25

I could mention innumerable instances…

4:07
$1.25

My mode of life in my hovel was uniform.

3:56
$1.25

Chapter 13

5:49
$1.25

The next morning Felix went out to his work…

5:24
$1.25

Every conversation of the cottagers now opened new wonders to me.

5:37
$1.25

Chapter 14

4:44
$1.25

Safie related that her mother was a Christian Arab…

4:57
$1.25

They found a miserable asylum in the cottage in Germany…

3:52
$1.25

Chapter 15

4:17
$1.25

The volume of Plutarch’s Lives…

6:50
$1.25

Several changes, in the meantime, took place in the cottage.

4:51
$1.25

One day, when the sun shone on the red leaves…

3:50
$1.25

Do not despair.

5:22
$1.25

Chapter 16

4:48
$1.25

When my hunger was appeased…

5:14
$1.25

And now, with the world before me…

4:01
$1.25

I generally rested during the day…

4:48
$1.25

It was evening when I arrived…

7:15
$1.25

Chapter 17

4:21
$1.25

I was moved.

4:25
$1.25

I paused some time to reflect on all he had related…

4:54
$1.25

Chapter 18

5:06
$1.25

I listened to my father in silence…

5:21
$1.25

It was in the latter end of September…

3:32
$1.25

We travelled at the time of the vintage…

5:34
$1.25

Chapter 19

4:08
$1.25

We quitted London on the 27th of March…

4:13
$1.25

From Derby, still journeying northwards…

4:36
$1.25

Having parted from my friend…

4:20
$1.25

Chapter 20

4:24
$1.25

Several hours passed…

5:38
$1.25

All was again silent…

5:26
$1.25

Nothing could be more complete…

4:00
$1.25

Some hours passed thus…

4:59
$1.25

Chapter 21

5:26
$1.25

The human frame could no longer support the agonies…

3:59
$1.25

As the images that floated before me became more distinct…

5:43
$1.25

Nothing, at this moment, could have given me greater pleasure…

4:18
$1.25

My father tried to awaken in me the feelings of affection.

4:39
$1.25

Chapter 22

4:17
$1.25

As time passed away I became more calm…

4:57
$1.25

This letter revived in my memory what I had before forgotten…

4:38
$1.25

Elizabeth alone had the power to draw me from these fits…

5:37
$1.25

After the ceremony was performed…

3:41
$1.25

Chapter 23

3:57
$1.25

When I recovered I found myself surrounded…

2:57
$1.25

After an interval I arose…

4:07
$1.25

What then became of me?

6:37
$1.25

Chapter 24

5:16
$1.25

Amidst the wilds of Tartary and Russia…

5:19
$1.25

As I still pursued my journey to the northward…

3:59
$1.25

I cannot guess how many days have passed…

5:58
$1.25

Walton, in continuation.

4:09
$1.25

Our conversations are not always confined to his own history…

5:33
$1.25

September 2nd

2:32
$1.25

September 5th

6:06
$1.25

September 7th

3:17
$1.25

His sentence was pronounced…

4:57
$1.25

His voice became fainter as he spoke…

4:27
$1.25

His voice seemed suffocated…

4:50
$1.25

I was at first touched by the expressions of his misery…

3:59
$1.25

'You, who call Frankenstein your friend…'

3:02
$1.25

'Fear not that I shall be the instrument of future mischief.'

5:03
$1.25
Hide 109 tracks for Mary Shelley: Frankenstein (Unabridged)