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A Guide to Men

Read by Cori Samuel


Helen Rowland


A series of occasionally witty one-liners, poems and considerations on the subject of Men, Women and their Conjunction. By turns tender, bla…

Tender Buttons

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Gertrude Stein


"The time came when there was a birthday. Every day was no excitement and a birthday was added, it was added on Monday, this made the m…

A Christmas Carol (version 07)

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Charles Dickens


The classic Christmas story of an old miser and the astonishing effect a series of ghostly visitors has upon him. This version has been rea…

The Story of a Candy Rabbit

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Laura Lee Hope


The Candy Rabbit wakes up one morning to find his Destiny has arrived: he is part of a wonderful Easter display at the toy shop in which he …

Our Little English Cousin (Version 2)

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Blanche Mcmanus


Find out about the life of Edith, a little English child living at the turn of the last century. This is a fictionalised account of her dai…

The Soul of London

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Ford Madox Ford


'Most of us love places very much as we may love what, for us, are the distinguished men of our social lives. [...] We are, all of us who ar…

To The Lighthouse

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Virginia Woolf


The Ramsey family, with house guests, visit the Isle of Skye at least twice. The plot is not at all the point though, as this is a book abou…

Orlando

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Virginia Woolf


A fictional biography following the adventures of Orlando: initially a gentleman, later a lady — always a poet — who romps through British h…

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In A Letter to Her Husband

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Anne Bradstreet


LibriVox volunteers bring you 9 recordings of A Letter to Her Husband (Absent upon Public Employment) by Anne Bradstreet. This was the Fortn…

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In Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands

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Mary Seacole


I should have thought that no preface would have been required to introduce Mrs. Seacole to the British public, or to recommend a book which…

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