Art and Drama Audio Books to Download

| V-Chip.Org | Audio Books Home | Fiction Audio Books | Children's Audio Books | Language Audio Books | Tv and Film Audio Books | Radio Audio Books | Self-Help Audio Books| Arts & Drama Audio Books |

 | Biographical | Classic Literature | Dramatizations | Music Related | Poetry | Shakespeare FREE Audio Books - Courtesy of the audiobookquest.com

Download Audio Books from our partner company Talking Bookstore

Google


WWW v-chip

 

Moll Flanders
Play Windows Media Sample  Play Real Sample

Moll Flanders

Author : Daniel Defoe
Narrator : Nadia May
Publisher : Blackstone Audio Inc
Duration : 11 hours 30 minutes
Type : Classic Literature
Download Price : $23.95
Buy Now...

"Defoe's excellence is to make me forget my specific class, character, and circumstances,
and to raise me while I read him into the universal man."--Samuel Taylor Coleridge

One of the earliest novels in English, Moll Flanders is the purported autobiography of a heroine who
is undoubtedly one of the most lively, convincing, and delightful rogues in literature. Born in Newgate Prison
and orphaned soon after, Moll is provided with no opportunities in life, yet she is propelled by an unrelenting
drive to overcome her background of impoverishment. Donning whatever mask suits her best in the moment,
she appraises theft, prostitution, and bigamy only in terms of their profit potential. From her birth to her final
position of wealth, Moll Flanders demonstrates a spirit of industry and an indomitable will.

Praised by Virginia Woolf as one of the "few English novels which we can call indisputably great," Moll
Flanders
is a work of genius which represents an important step in the evolution of the novel.

Other titles you may be interested in

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

Author : Mark Twain
Narrator : Stuart Langton
Publisher : Blackstone Audio Inc
Duration : 11 hours
Type : Classic Literature
Download Price : $23.95
A Yankee mechanic, knocked out in a fight, awakens at Camelot in A.D. 528. He saves himself from prison and death by posing as a magician and becoming minister to King Arthur. But when he attempts to help out the peasants, he meets opposition. See full description...
Canterbury Tales - Volume I, The

Canterbury Tales - Volume I, The

Author : Geoffrey Chaucer
Narrator : Full Cast Production
Publisher : NAXOS
Duration : 3 hours 20 minutes
Type : Poetry
Classic Literature
Dramatizations
Classics
Short Stories
Download Price : $14.99
Without doubt, the greatest work of Geoffrey Chaucer. A brilliant picture of medieval life. See full description...
Shakespeare's Speeches: Macbeth - Act I, Scene VII

Shakespeare's Speeches: Macbeth - Act I, Scene VII

Author : William Shakespeare
Narrator : Peggy Ashcroft
Publisher : BBC Audiobooks Ltd
Duration : 5 minutes
Type : Shakespeare
Classic Literature
Download Price : $1.35
From the BBC Sound Archives, one of Shakespeare's most famous and memorable speeches, with Paul Scofield and Peggy Ashcroft as Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, bringing these ominous words vividly to life. See full description...
Tales of the Fish Patrol

Tales of the Fish Patrol

Author : Jack London
Narrator : Jonathan Reese
Publisher : Blackstone Audio Inc
Duration : 3 hours
Type : Classic Literature
Download Price : $25.95 $12.95
These seven stories are based on Jack London’s youthful adventures as an oyster pirate. In the early 1900s, San Francisco Bay was plagued by oyster pirates who plundered in broad daylight. At sixteen, London’s common sense suggested he change sides. Thus he joined the Fish Patrol. Catching the... See full description...
Have you always loved reading but sometimes find it hard to find the time? Theres nothing quite like curling up with a good book but many of us cant do that as much as wed like. We sacrifice this special time because we have so many other things to do each day. Its a common problem and its the reason why people on average are not reading as much as they once did. Audio books bring the story to life just as the storytellers of the past did. They allow you to experience the book in a whole new way; in the way the writer felt and heard it in their head. You can feel the emotion when you allow audio books to let the story come to life.