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Jane Eyre: An Autobiography (version 4)

Read by Dawn Sutton


Charlotte Brontë


Jane Eyre is an extraordinary orphan girl who is treated horribly by her aunt Mrs. Reed and her children. She is sent away to a girl’s board…

Chapter 16. Without Mercy

In The Wing of Azrael, Volume 2

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Mona Caird


Mona Caird, a British writer and feminist, criticized in numerous non-fiction writings the state of marriage as it existed in her time. Her …

Cordelia Faces a Problem

In Cordelia the Magnificent

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Leroy Scott


Cordelia Marlowe carries a high society name but no fortune. She has to make ends meet, but what kind of work can a young lady do whose main…

"Squarky-Woo"

In The Cruise of the "Scandal", and other stories

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Victor Bridges


Collection of short stories by prolific British fantasy writer, Victor Bridges. Stories include A Bit of Old Chelsea and The Bronze-Haired G…

Mother and Poet by Mrs. E. B. Browning

In Ideal Poems from the English Poets

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Various


A collection of twelve poems from English Poets that are known to be the best of their poems. - Summary by Mozartjr

A Little Rebel

In A Little Girl in Old Philadelphia

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Amanda Minnie Douglas


The early youth of an old town has a certain simplicity like the youth of human life. Its struggles, its romance, its unfolding come down th…

X. Birdie's Birthday Party

In Birdie and His Fairy Friends

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Margaret T. Canby


This book contains 13 stories for little children, about a little boy named Birdie and his adventures out in nature with the fairies. The st…

Section 3

In The Queen Who Flew: A Fairy Tale

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Ford Madox Ford


In this delightful tale, the naive and sheltered Queen Eldrida learns the secret of flight from her friend the bat and sets off by air for a…

A Good Woman by Arnold Bennett

In Love Stories Volume 5

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Arnold Bennett


Here are 20 more love stories under an hour each, offered by LibriVox volunteers, covering all kinds of experiences involving romance or oth…

Coming Home

In Phoebe, Junior

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Margaret O. Oliphant


Social status and snobbery dominated Victorian English society, but religion and politics were interfering with the status quo as Phoebe Bee…

Chapter XXIX

In The Step on the Stair

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Anna Katharine Green


Green's last published detective novel, The Step on the Stair is typical of her earlier mysteries. Quenton is in love with Orpha, and thinks…

Without His Parents

In A Rough Shaking

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George MacDonald


Clare was a wanderer. Orphaned by an earthquake when too young to even remember his full name, his childhood was a succession of challenges …