D. H. Lawrence: Lady Chatterley's Lover
Herkömmliche CD, die mit allen CD-Playern und Computerlaufwerken, aber auch mit den meisten SACD- oder Multiplayern abspielbar ist.
- Label: Naxos AudioBooks, 2011
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-13: 9781843794790
- Bestellnummer: 7282204
- Altersfreigabe: FSK ab 0 freigegeben - - -
- Spielzeit: 306:00 Min.
- Label: Naxos Audiobooks
- FSK ab 0 freigegeben
- Bestellnummer: 7282204
- Erscheinungstermin: 4.4.2011
Achtung: Artikel ist nicht in deutscher Sprache!
Weitere Ausgaben von Lady Chatterley's Lover
Disk 1 von 4
- 1 Ours is essentially a tragic age?
- 2 In 1916 Herbert Chatterley was killed?
- 3 Connie and Clifford had now been nearly two years at Wragby?
- 4 Breakfast was served in the bedrooms?
- 5 'I don't think I can stand that young man?'
- 6 Clifford was making strides into fame, and even money.
- 7 On a frosty morning with a little February sun?
- 8 She was watching a brown spaniel that had run out?
- 9 Michaelis had seized upon Clifford as the central figure?
- 10 On one of her bad days she went out alone to walk in the wood?
- 11 It had rained as usual and the paths were too sodden?
- 12 When Connie went up to her bedroom?
- 13 Clifford was yellow at the gills with anger?
- 14 So next day Clifford suggested Mrs. Bolton?
Disk 2 von 4
- 1 It was a blowy day soon after Hilda had gone?
- 2 Connie came to herself with a sudden uneasiness?
- 3 Mrs. Bolton was admirable in many ways.
- 4 Under Mrs. Bolton's influence?
- 5 But this astute and practical man was almost an idiot?
- 6 One evening, guests or no guests?
- 7 With a queer obedience, she lay down on the blanket.
- 8 She went to the wood the next day.
- 9 She turned and looked at him.
- 10 And again the dread of the night came on him.
- 11 He could not rest nor even go to bed.
- 12 Connie was sorting out one of the Wragby lumber rooms.
- 13 It was a sunny day and Connie was working in the garden.
Disk 3 von 4
- 1 Connie went to the wood directly after lunch.
- 2 She set the two cups on the table?
- 3 Now he really looked at her, intense and searching.
- 4 She slipped out of the side door, and took her way?
- 5 Ah, too lovely, too lovely!
- 6 On Sunday Clifford wanted to go into the wood?
- 7 She went upstairs as soon as possible?
- 8 'I'll tell you,' he said.
- 9 He got up, and put her shoes to dry?
- 10 Then he woke up and looked at the light.
- 11 He heard the distant hooters of Stacks Gate for seven o'clock.
- 12 There fell a complete silence.
- 13 The curious gulf of silence between them!
- 14 Connie arrived home to an ordeal of cross-questioning.
Disk 4 von 4
- 1 And the day came round for Hilda to arrive.
- 2 There was an early cup of tea in the hall?
- 3 He unlocked the door and preceded them into the warm?
- 4 It was a night of sensual passion?
- 5 She and Hilda stayed in a little hotel off Pall Mall?
- 6 She had been at Venice a fortnight?
- 7 A few days later came a letter from Clifford.
- 8 She had to make up her mind what to do.
- 9 She found a letter from Mellors.
- 10 Connie confided in her father.
- 11 'Dear Clifford, I am afraid what you foresaw has happened.'
- 12 His behaviour with regard to Connie was curious.
- 13 So Connie left Wragby once more?