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    Thomas Hardy: Wessex Tales

    Wessex Tales
    8 CDs
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    • Label: Naxos AudioBooks, 2012
    • ISBN-13: 9781843795834
    • Bestellnummer: 1568979
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    • Label: Naxos Audiobooks
    • FSK ab 0 freigegeben
    • Bestellnummer: 1568979
    • Erscheinungstermin: 28.5.2012
    • Tracklisting
    • Mitwirkende

    Disk 1 von 8

    1. 1 Preface
    2. 2 An imaginative woman
    3. 3 The Marchmill family accordingly took possession of the house...
    4. 4 She thoughtfully rose from her chair...
    5. 5 One day the children had been playing hide-and-seek...
    6. 6 Just then a telegram was brought up
    7. 7 While she was dreaming the minutes away thus...
    8. 8 On Saturday morning the remaining members...
    9. 9 It was about five in the afternoon when she heard a ring...
    10. 10 The painter had been gone only a day or two
    11. 11 She wrote to the landlady at Solentsea...
    12. 12 The months passed...
    13. 13 The three strangers

    Disk 2 von 8

    1. 1 The fiddler was a boy of those parts...
    2. 2 At last the notes of the serpent ceased
    3. 3 Meanwhile the general body of guests had been taking...
    4. 4 Now the old mead of those days...
    5. 5 No observation being offered by anybody...
    6. 6 All this time the third stranger had been standing...
    7. 7 Thus aroused, the men prepared to give chase.
    8. 8 It was eleven o'clock by the time they arrived.
    9. 9 The withered arm chapter 1: A lorn milkmaid
    10. 10 Chapter 2: The young wife
    11. 11 Chapter 3: A vision
    12. 12 At these proofs of a kindly feeling towards her...
    13. 13 Chapter 4: A suggestion

    Disk 3 von 8

    1. 1 She mused on the matter the greater part of the night...
    2. 2 Chapter 5: Conjuror trendle
    3. 3 Chapter 6: A second attempt
    4. 4 Chapter 7: A ride
    5. 5 And then the pretty palpitating Gertrude Lodge...
    6. 6 A waterside hermit
    7. 7 A rencounter
    8. 8 Fellow townsmen chapter 1
    9. 9 Talking thus they drove into the town
    10. 10 Chapter 2
    11. 11 They both remainded standing for a few seconds...
    12. 12 She had remained standing till now...

    Disk 4 von 8

    1. 1 Chapter 3
    2. 2 Chapter 4
    3. 3 Chapter 5
    4. 4 After that he went back to the bedroom...
    5. 5 Chapter 6
    6. 6 The tone of her latter words was equivocal...
    7. 7 Chapter 7
    8. 8 Barnet's life at this peridod was singularly lonely...
    9. 9 Chapter 8
    10. 10 Barnet took the first letter...
    11. 11 Impulse in all its forms characterised Barnet...
    12. 12 Chapter 9

    Disk 5 von 8

    1. 1 The barmaid sighed again, and raised one of her hands...
    2. 2 The newly-arrived gentleman went back to the hotel...
    3. 3 She gave him her hand and then they sat down.
    4. 4 She watched him safely through the gate...
    5. 5 Interlopers at the Knap Chapter 1
    6. 6 They were travelling in a direction...
    7. 7 Chapter 2
    8. 8 The footfall ceased, and they arose...
    9. 9 His mother gazed upon him in grieved suspense...
    10. 10 Chapter 3
    11. 11 The general conversation thus begun...
    12. 12 The heart of Darton was subject to sudden overflowings.
    13. 13 Chapter 4

    Disk 6 von 8

    1. 1 When the Christmas holidays came...
    2. 2 As this child learnt to walk and talk...
    3. 3 Chapter 5
    4. 4 He waited and waited to hear from Johns...
    5. 5 Anniversaries having been unpropitious...
    6. 6 The distracted preacher chapter 1: How his cold was cured
    7. 7 Stockdale sat down...
    8. 8 When they were laid open...
    9. 9 Stockdale sat in the deep chair...
    10. 10 Next day he had better fortune...
    11. 11 Chapter 2: How he saw two other men
    12. 12 Chapter 3: The mysterious greatcoat
    13. 13 Stockdale went into his room and lay down as before.

    Disk 7 von 8

    1. 1 One morning, on looking from his window...
    2. 2 Chapter 4: At the time of the new moon
    3. 3 Lizzie soon ascended a small mound...
    4. 4 Stockdale went forward and said at once...
    5. 5 Chapter 5: How they went to Lulstead Cove
    6. 6 The hired carriers paced along over Chaldon Down...
    7. 7 While Owlett thus conversed...
    8. 8 Chapter 6: The great search at Nether-Moynton
    9. 9 By this time not a male villager was to be seen...
    10. 10 The smugglers remained in a blank silence...
    11. 11 Chapter 7: The walk to Warm'ell Cross and afterwards
    12. 12 'Well, Lizzie,' said Stockdale...
    13. 13 The road was lonely, and after nightfall...

    Disk 8 von 8

    1. 1 Stockdale was leaning with his elbow on the mantelpiece...
    2. 2 One day, two years after the parting...
    3. 3 A tradition of eighteen hundred and four
    4. 4 'The flocks my father had charge of...'
    5. 5 'All this time I had not waked Uncle Job...'
    6. 6 The Melancholy Hussar of the German Legion Chapter 1
    7. 7 It all began with the arrival of York Hussars...
    8. 8 Chapter 2
    9. 9 Chapter 3
    10. 10 The next time that she saw him...
    11. 11 Chapter 4
    12. 12 Phyllis had thus braced herself...
    13. 13 Chapter 5
    14. 14 On the open green stretching before her...