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    Red & the Black D
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    • Label: NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS, 2011
    • Sprache: Englisch
    • ISBN-13: 9781843794134
    • Bestellnummer: 4925611
    • Altersfreigabe: FSK ab 0 freigegeben - - -
    • Spielzeit: 515:00 Min.
    • Label: Naxos Audiobooks
    • FSK ab 0 freigegeben
    • Bestellnummer: 4925611
    • Erscheinungstermin: 15.7.2011

    • Achtung: Artikel ist nicht in deutscher Sprache!

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    Disk 1 von 7

    1. 1 Book 1: Chapter 1
    2. 2 Chapter 2
    3. 3 Chapter 3
    4. 4 I am quite determined to engage young Sorel
    5. 5 Chapter 4
    6. 6 Chapter 5
    7. 7 "Returning to his mill, Sorel looked in vain for his son."
    8. 8 Chapter 6
    9. 9 "More than an hour later, when M. de Renal returned"
    10. 10 Chapter 7
    11. 11 "The Mayor, Julien went on"
    12. 12 Chapter 8
    13. 13 When the Mayor of Verrieres returned from the town
    14. 14 Chapter 9
    15. 15 By dint of talking for talkings sake
    16. 16 Chapter 10
    17. 17 Chapter 11

    Disk 2 von 7

    1. 1 Chapter 12
    2. 2 "Julien related to him, with suitable omissions"
    3. 3 Chapter 13
    4. 4 Chapter 14
    5. 5 Chapter 15
    6. 6 Chapter 16
    7. 7 Chapter 17
    8. 8 Chapter 18
    9. 9 It was not until the night between Saturday and Sunday
    10. 10 When they reached the Bishops apartment
    11. 11 Chapter 19
    12. 12 Chapter 20
    13. 13 Chapter 21
    14. 14 This little peasant upon whom we have lavished every attention
    15. 15 Chapter 22
    16. 16 He craved the honour of being presented to Madame Valenod
    17. 17 "The people with whom he dined, in speaking of the joint"

    Disk 3 von 7

    1. 1 Chapter 23
    2. 2 "On the morning after his return, at six oclock, the abbe Chelan"
    3. 3 Chapter 24
    4. 4 This little air of authority delighted Amanda.
    5. 5 Chapter 25
    6. 6 The man in black had half risen and was impatiently seeking
    7. 7 Chapter 26
    8. 8 This visit would have made a profound impression upon our hero
    9. 9 Chapter 27
    10. 10 Chapter 28
    11. 11 Chapter 29
    12. 12 At the time of the examinations
    13. 13 "Without knowing it, the stern abbe Pirard loved this Seminary"
    14. 14 I can support with official proof what I have the honour

    Disk 4 von 7

    1. 1 Chapter 30
    2. 2 Beware of a gunshot! He thought for a moment
    3. 3 You are going to Paris! Madame de Renal exclaimed quite aloud.
    4. 4 Book 2: Chapter 1
    5. 5 If after a few months you are of no use to him
    6. 6 Chapter 2
    7. 7 At six oclock the Marquis sent for him
    8. 8 Chapter 3
    9. 9 Chapter 4
    10. 10 Mathildes friends were that evening in a state of constant hostility
    11. 11 Chapter 5
    12. 12 Chapter 6
    13. 13 Julien left the house in the worst of tempers.

    Disk 5 von 7

    1. 1 Chapter 7
    2. 2 As he travelled past along the road to Calais
    3. 3 Chapter 8
    4. 4 "The passage was now cleared, Julien was free to enter."
    5. 5 Chapter 9
    6. 6 Julien was on a pinnacle of happiness.
    7. 7 Chapter 10
    8. 8 Chapter 11
    9. 9 Chapter 12
    10. 10 Chapter 13
    11. 11 "The style is not unduly affected, he said to himself"
    12. 12 Chapter 14
    13. 13 "Next morning, at a very early hour, Julien left the house unobserved"
    14. 14 Chapter 15
    15. 15 Chapter 16
    16. 16 The first is hidden in a stout Protestant Bible

    Disk 6 von 7

    1. 1 Chapter 17
    2. 2 "I am horrified at having given myself to the first comer,"
    3. 3 Chapter 18
    4. 4 Chapter 19
    5. 5 Juliens chivalry was as great as his happiness
    6. 6 Chapter 20
    7. 7 Chapter 21
    8. 8 Chapter 22
    9. 9 Chapter 23
    10. 10 "Next day, the Marquis took Julien to a lonely mansion"
    11. 11 Chapter 24
    12. 12 Chapter 25
    13. 13 Chapter 26
    14. 14 Chapter 27
    15. 15 Chapter 28
    16. 16 Chapter 29

    Disk 7 von 7

    1. 1 Chapter 30
    2. 2 Chapter 31
    3. 3 Chapter 32
    4. 4 Chapter 33
    5. 5 Chapter 34
    6. 6 Chapter 35
    7. 7 It was in the midst of the transports of the most frenzied ambition
    8. 8 Chapter 36
    9. 9 Chapter 37
    10. 10 Chapter 38
    11. 11 Chapter 39
    12. 12 Chapter 40
    13. 13 Chapter 41
    14. 14 "Here begins the last day of my life, thought Julien."
    15. 15 Chapter 42
    16. 16 Chapter 43
    17. 17 Chapter 44
    18. 18 Chapter 45
    19. 19 "Two days earlier, he had said to Fouque"