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The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle (Volume I)

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(4,271 Sterne; 24 Bewertungen)

The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle is a picaresque novel by the Scottish author Tobias Smollett (1721 – 1771), first published in 1751, and revised and reissued in 1758. It is the story of the fortunes and misfortunes of the egotistical dandy Peregrine Pickle, and it provides a comic and caustic portrayal of 18th century European society. (Summary by Wikipedia) (18 hr 4 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1

10:27

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Chapter 2

25:19

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Chapter 3

9:31

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Chapter 4

7:32

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Chapter 5

13:30

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Chapter 6

22:42

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Chapter 7

10:26

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Chapter 8

14:40

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Chapter 9

14:53

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Chapter 10

13:17

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Chapter 11

10:30

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Chapter 12

18:09

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Chapter 13

23:35

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Chapter 14

14:19

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Chapter 15

12:15

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Chapter 16

11:14

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Chapter 17

19:58

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Chapter 18

18:13

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Chapter 19

10:55

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Chapter 20

11:38

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Chapter 21

14:33

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Chapter 22

17:11

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Chapter 23

20:55

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Chapter 24

15:51

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Chapter 25

15:37

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Chapter 26

11:30

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Chapter 27

16:26

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Chapter 28

15:59

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Chapter 29

12:29

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Chapter 30

18:16

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Chapter 31

14:29

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Chapter 32

10:59

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Chapter 33

8:48

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Chapter 34

17:14

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Chapter 35

17:12

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Chapter 36

15:28

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Chapter 37

10:14

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Chapter 38

10:16

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Chapter 39

17:24

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Chapter 40

18:10

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Chapter 41

17:36

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Chapter 42

18:50

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Chapter 43

12:33

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Chapter 44

23:36

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Chapter 45

12:07

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Chapter 46

9:57

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Chapter 47

17:46

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Chapter 48

16:50

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Chapter 49

10:17

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Chapter 50

12:49

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Chapter 51

13:03

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Chapter 52

15:13

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Chapter 53

11:22

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Chapter 54

10:37

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Chapter 55

12:28

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Chapter 56

11:56

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Chapter 57

25:46

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Chapter 58

12:50

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Chapter 59

11:13

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Chapter 60

13:09

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Chapter 61

15:32

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Chapter 62

14:56

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Chapter 63

20:21

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Chapter 64

14:42

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Chapter 65

13:39

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Chapter 66

17:46

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Chapter 67

12:43

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Chapter 68

12:58

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Chapter 69

12:01

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Chapter 70

19:42

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Chapter 71

15:17

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Chapter 72

17:27

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Chapter 73

15:04

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Bewertungen

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(3 Sterne)

I don't know how I made it through this book. Yes, it takes place in bygone years but what Peregrine Pickle considers good jokes on his friends seem downright mean to me. Some parts made me laugh a lot. Other things he did were hard to fathom. I doubt I'll look for volume II.

Excellent

(5 Sterne)

The reader is fantastic. Pleasant voice, easy to understand, doesnt go loud or quiet. A+

(5 Sterne)

I especially enjoyed it and the reader I would listen to it again

(5 Sterne)

Brilliant reading, though the text is somewhat niche

Raycyst

(4,5 Sterne)

A bunch of old white males. No BIPOCs anywhere. Everything written before 1992 is rAycst and must be erased.