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George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss (unabridged)

read by Laura Paton

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Contents: MP3320

George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss (Unabridged)

20:36:01
$308.70
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Book I Chapter I

5:38
$1.05

Chapter II

13:14
$3.15

Chapter III

10:22
$3.15
Show 111 remaining tracks for George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss (Unabridged)

Maggie ran in an instant…

9:53
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Mr. Riley paused a moment…

9:48
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Chapter IV

11:26
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Chapter V

9:10
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With this terrible conclusion, Tom ran away from Maggie…

8:05
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They were on their way to the Round Pool…

4:30
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Chapter VI

10:54
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But Maggie, gifted with that superior power of misery…

14:34
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Chapter VII

9:45
$2.10

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

12:15
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A dreadful resolve was gathering in Maggie's breast…

11:23
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Slowly she rose from amongst her scattered locks…

13:45
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'You've got a bond for it, I reckon,' he said…

5:08
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Chapter VIII

12:19
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If Mrs. Moss had been one of the most astute women in the world…

10:59
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Chapter IX

14:48
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Mrs. Tulliver felt that she ought to be affected…

11:04
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'It's dreadful to think on,' said aunt Pullet…

8:24
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Chapter X

13:52
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Chapter XI

1:46
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Maggie soon got out of breath with running…

12:18
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'Here's a bit o' nice victual, then,' said the old woman…

12:40
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Chapter XII

10:30
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This was the general aspect of things…

11:15
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'Well, Mr. Glegg! it's a poor return I get…'

9:21
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Chapter XIII

7:07
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Book II Chapter I

12:33
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Perhaps it was because teaching came naturally to Mr. Stelling…

12:27
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Tom, as I said, had never been so much like a girl…

11:32
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Maggie found the Latin Grammar quite soothing…

12:16
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Chapter II

9:16
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Tom, looking round with some anxiety…

8:56
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Chapter III

12:54
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Chapter IV

9:48
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The thumb-screw was a little relaxed…

15:23
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Chapter V

10:34
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Chapter VI

10:37
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Chapter VII

15:32
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Book III Chapter I

15:45
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Chapter II

8:22
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The natural strength and firmness of his nature…

2:55
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Chapter III

14:22
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The aunts and uncles appeared to have been in warm discussion…

11:50
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Mrs. Moss was in too much agitation…

11:10
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Chapter IV

8:59
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Chapter V

14:02
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Mr. Deane tapped his box again.

13:44
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Chapter VI

8:06
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Bob had drawn out a dirty canvas bag…

8:36
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Chapter VII

13:02
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'Mrs. Tulliver, I think?' said Mr. Wakem.

15:29
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Chapter VIII

9:39
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'Yes, father,' said Tom, in answer to the gaze.

9:32
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Chapter IX

13:55
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Book IV Chapter I

13:17
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Chapter II

13:47
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Chapter III

14:17
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In one of these meditations…

12:13
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I suppose that is the reason…

10:19
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Book V Chapter I

13:05
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'I don't know,' said Maggie, musingly.

7:50
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'I have never had any doubt that you would be the same…'

7:53
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Chapter II

14:39
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Uncle Glegg, who regarded himself as a jocose man…

13:20
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'Eh mum, I'm loth, that I am,' said Bob…

11:31
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Chapter III

11:58
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Maggie felt unable to speak.

5:13
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Chapter IV

13:31
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Chapter V

13:00
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'Tom,' she said, urged out of pride into pleading…

14:46
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Chapter VI

10:23
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Chapter VII

15:33
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Book VI Chapter I

11:40
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Surely the only courtship unshaken by doubts and fears…

8:02
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Chapter II

9:51
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Lucy had looked up from her work…

12:05
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Did Lucy intend to be present at the meeting…

8:31
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Chapter III

9:52
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Chapter IV

8:50
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That was a cruel word. Maggie's lip began to tremble.

7:49
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Chapter V

9:36
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Chapter VI

11:22
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One day – it was the day of Philip's return…

13:16
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Chapter VII

10:46
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But Maggie was conscience-stricken.

10:08
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'That's the way with you tenors,' said Stephen…

10:51
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Chapter VIII

16:36
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Chapter IX

6:07
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'No, no; see, she has got a customer…'

8:43
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'You find your office rather a fatiguing one…'

8:20
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Chapter X

14:45
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Chapter XI

7:51
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'Take my arm,' said Stephen, entreatingly…

8:55
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Chapter XII

6:12
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'Hegh, hegh!' said Mr. Glegg…

10:32
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Chapter XIII

13:43
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When the morning came, Philip was too ill…

11:05
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Stung by this reproach, he released her hands…

11:14
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Chapter XIV

13:26
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'Remember what you felt weeks ago,' she began…

15:29
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Book VII Chapter I

9:29
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Maggie was silent a little while…

8:31
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Chapter II

9:17
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As soon as her mother was gone, Maggie put on her bonnet.

14:04
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Chapter III

8:17
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Still two or three more days passed…

8:29
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Chapter IV

8:27
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The Miss Guests saw an alleviation to the sorrow…

8:26
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Chapter V

14:48
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'It is the boat!' cried Maggie.

14:11
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Conclusion

2:21
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Hide 111 tracks for George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss (Unabridged)

Contents: FLAC44100

George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss (Unabridged)

20:36:01
$370.90
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Book I Chapter I

5:38
$1.25

Chapter II

13:14
$3.80

Chapter III

10:22
$3.80
Show 111 remaining tracks for George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss (Unabridged)

Maggie ran in an instant…

9:53
$2.50

Mr. Riley paused a moment…

9:48
$2.50

Chapter IV

11:26
$3.80

Chapter V

9:10
$2.50

With this terrible conclusion, Tom ran away from Maggie…

8:05
$2.50

They were on their way to the Round Pool…

4:30
$1.25

Chapter VI

10:54
$3.80

But Maggie, gifted with that superior power of misery…

14:34
$3.80

Chapter VII

9:45
$2.50

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

12:15
$3.80

A dreadful resolve was gathering in Maggie's breast…

11:23
$3.80

Slowly she rose from amongst her scattered locks…

13:45
$3.80

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

5:08
$1.25

Chapter VIII

12:19
$3.80

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

10:59
$3.80

Chapter IX

14:48
$3.80

Mrs. Tulliver felt that she ought to be affected…

11:04
$3.80

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

8:24
$2.50

Chapter X

13:52
$3.80

Chapter XI

1:46
$1.25

Maggie soon got out of breath with running…

12:18
$3.80

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

12:40
$3.80

Chapter XII

10:30
$3.80

This was the general aspect of things…

11:15
$3.80

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

9:21
$2.50

Chapter XIII

7:07
$2.50

Book II Chapter I

12:33
$3.80

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

12:27
$3.80

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

11:32
$3.80

Maggie found the Latin Grammar quite soothing…

12:16
$3.80

Chapter II

9:16
$2.50

Tom, looking round with some anxiety…

8:56
$2.50

Chapter III

12:54
$3.80

Chapter IV

9:48
$2.50

The thumb-screw was a little relaxed…

15:23
$5.05

Chapter V

10:34
$3.80

Chapter VI

10:37
$3.80

Chapter VII

15:32
$5.05

Book III Chapter I

15:45
$5.05

Chapter II

8:22
$2.50

The natural strength and firmness of his nature…

2:55
$1.25

Chapter III

14:22
$3.80

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

11:50
$3.80

Mrs. Moss was in too much agitation…

11:10
$3.80

Chapter IV

8:59
$2.50

Chapter V

14:02
$3.80

Mr. Deane tapped his box again.

13:44
$3.80

Chapter VI

8:06
$2.50

Bob had drawn out a dirty canvas bag…

8:36
$2.50

Chapter VII

13:02
$3.80

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

15:29
$5.05

Chapter VIII

9:39
$2.50

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

9:32
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Chapter IX

13:55
$3.80

Book IV Chapter I

13:17
$3.80

Chapter II

13:47
$3.80

Chapter III

14:17
$3.80

In one of these meditations…

12:13
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I suppose that is the reason…

10:19
$3.80

Book V Chapter I

13:05
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'I don't know,' said Maggie, musingly.

7:50
$2.50

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

7:53
$2.50

Chapter II

14:39
$3.80

Uncle Glegg, who regarded himself as a jocose man…

13:20
$3.80

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

11:31
$3.80

Chapter III

11:58
$3.80

Maggie felt unable to speak.

5:13
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Chapter IV

13:31
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Chapter V

13:00
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'Tom,' she said, urged out of pride into pleading…

14:46
$3.80

Chapter VI

10:23
$3.80

Chapter VII

15:33
$5.05

Book VI Chapter I

11:40
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Surely the only courtship unshaken by doubts and fears…

8:02
$2.50

Chapter II

9:51
$2.50

Lucy had looked up from her work…

12:05
$3.80

Did Lucy intend to be present at the meeting…

8:31
$2.50

Chapter III

9:52
$2.50

Chapter IV

8:50
$2.50

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

7:49
$2.50

Chapter V

9:36
$2.50

Chapter VI

11:22
$3.80

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

13:16
$3.80

Chapter VII

10:46
$3.80

But Maggie was conscience-stricken.

10:08
$3.80

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

10:51
$3.80

Chapter VIII

16:36
$5.05

Chapter IX

6:07
$1.25

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

8:43
$2.50

'You find your office rather a fatiguing one…'

8:20
$2.50

Chapter X

14:45
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Chapter XI

7:51
$2.50

'Take my arm,' said Stephen, entreatingly…

8:55
$2.50

Chapter XII

6:12
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'Hegh, hegh!' said Mr. Glegg…

10:32
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Chapter XIII

13:43
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When the morning came, Philip was too ill…

11:05
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Stung by this reproach, he released her hands…

11:14
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Chapter XIV

13:26
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'Remember what you felt weeks ago,' she began…

15:29
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Book VII Chapter I

9:29
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Maggie was silent a little while…

8:31
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Chapter II

9:17
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As soon as her mother was gone, Maggie put on her bonnet.

14:04
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Chapter III

8:17
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Still two or three more days passed…

8:29
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Chapter IV

8:27
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The Miss Guests saw an alleviation to the sorrow…

8:26
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Chapter V

14:48
$3.80

'It is the boat!' cried Maggie.

14:11
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Conclusion

2:21
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