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Mansfield Park

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(3,955 Sterne; 77 Bewertungen)

Mansfield Park features Austen’s frailest and perhaps most scrupulous heroine, Fannie Price. As the eldest daughter in a poor family, Fannie is sent to rich relatives when she’s just old enough to fully appreciate the shame of her circumstances. Without pride or prejudice, Fanny sticks to principles in all matters. And matters certainly put her to the test. (Summary by Anita) (16 hr 3 min)

Chapters

Chapter 01

17:29

Read by Tina Tilney

Chapter 02

23:17

Read by Tina Tilney

Chapter 03

22:04

Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)

Chapter 04

20:41

Read by Kristin Hughes (1974-2021)

Chapter 05

18:56

Read by Kara Shallenberg (1969-2023)

Chapter 06

24:39

Read by Kara Shallenberg (1969-2023)

Chapter 07

27:07

Read by Kara Shallenberg (1969-2023)

Chapter 08

17:36

Read by Laurie Anne Walden

Chapter 09

26:55

Read by Laurie Anne Walden

Chapter 10

20:50

Read by Cori Samuel

Chapter 11

12:13

Read by Karen Savage

Chapter 12

12:03

Read by Kristen McQuillin

Chapter 13

17:06

Read by Kristen McQuillin

Chapter 14

14:16

Read by Kristen McQuillin

Chapter 15

23:05

Read by Michelle Crandall

Chapter 16

14:56

Read by Michelle Crandall

Chapter 17

12:50

Read by Judy Bieber

Chapter 18

19:18

Read by Judy Bieber

Chapter 19

26:28

Read by Judy Bieber

Chapter 20

17:51

Read by Sarah Key-DeLyria

Chapter 21

18:56

Read by Sarah Key-DeLyria

Chapter 22

25:16

Read by Sarah Key-DeLyria

Chapter 23

22:26

Read by Heather Barnett

Chapter 24

18:28

Read by Kirsten Ferreri

Chapter 25

24:55

Read by Kirsten Ferreri

Chapter 26

16:34

Read by Kirsten Ferreri

Chapter 27

24:58

Read by Jennifer Stearns

Chapter 28

20:27

Read by Jennifer Stearns

Chapter 29

17:26

Read by Jennifer Stearns

Chapter 30

19:03

Read by Millbeach

Chapter 31

25:13

Read by Millbeach

Chapter 32

25:50

Read by Luisa Hall

Chapter 33

14:00

Read by Luisa Hall

Chapter 34

26:54

Read by nausicaa

Chapter 35

21:58

Read by Larysa Jaworski

Chapter 36

25:34

Read by JemmaBlythe

Chapter 37

19:57

Read by JemmaBlythe

Chapter 38

26:04

Read by Maria Morabe

Chapter 39

8:30

Read by Luisa Hall

Chapter 40

11:16

Read by Luisa Hall

Chapter 41

14:52

Read by Luisa Hall

Chapter 42

11:10

Read by Luisa Hall

Chapter 43

11:45

Read by Gesine

Chapter 44

21:51

Read by Gesine

Chapter 45

18:02

Read by Judy Bieber

Chapter 46

24:10

Read by Judy Bieber

Chapter 47

28:33

Read by Judy Bieber

Chapter 48

29:20

Read by Judy Bieber

Bewertungen

reading sometimes very nerves consuming

(3,5 Sterne)

We all know the book, unfortunately the reading was sometimes terrible. sleepy voices, no or horrific intonation, wrong reading and pronunciation. ... with all due respect, please, do think of the people who would like to transfer in to the atmosphere of the book. I don't mind mild mistakes, we are all people, but all together is just completely killing the vibe. BUT!!! there were some very talented readers too, they have made it possible to just forget about everything and spend some quality time around Austen's characters

Mixed feelings

(2 Sterne)

The constant change in readers became a little frustrating. And the heavy breathing from readers in some of the chapters leads one to believe they have gone on a long run before sitting down to read.

(3 Sterne)

Of course the book itself is great. The readers are not always great. Fish tanks, closing doors and voices can be heard in the background.

(2 Sterne)

Couldn't finish it. Too many changes of reader and one of the readers irritated me with how she pronounced certain names. Sorry.

A Jane Austen Gem

(5 Sterne)

I loved this book! You are pulling for Fanny at every point in the story. It also created within me a need to examine my character and inclinations - not that we need to live as in times of old, but in the way that kindness and stability and thinking of others should never go out of style.

Passable

(2 Sterne)

Too many readers. Some good, some bad. One (chapter 28's Jennifer) was a mouthbreather who would pause in the middle of sentences. She was awful, I hope they redo this chapter with someone else. Other readers weren't as bad but the American pronunciations of some names and places were really annoying. Some words were also just mispronounced regardless of accents..

great, thank you

(5 Sterne)

Very confused about the negative reviews. This was well-spoken, clear and of good quality. Do people forget this is a volunteer service?

(4 Sterne)

the English reader in chpts 3 very good the American readers need to get English pronunciations but hey thanks for teading