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"A Tale of Two Cities" Audiobook (Audio book)

By Charles Dickens performed by Jane Aker

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"A Tale of Two Cities" was first published in 1859. Charles Dickens tells a gripping story about the nature of torture, power and love. This audiobook is performed by Jane Aker and co-produced by LoudLit.org and LiteralSystems. Each episode has 1 to 4 chapters and is approximately 30-40 minutes in length. Text provided at Project Gutenberg (www.gutenberg.org). This recording was made possible by the generous support of Gordon W. Draper. Also available via podcast from LiteralSystems and LoudLit.org: "Heart of Darkness" by Joseph Conrad, "The Scarlet Letter" by Nathaniel Hawthorne and "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" by Mark Twain.

Customer Reviews

Thank You!

I am a freshman going into the International Baccalaureate Program, and this is one of the books we have to read. Im usually a good reader, i enjoy books and all, but this book was being a bit stubborn and harder to read than anything else. I bought the Cliff's Notes for it, but figured in the end it would be easier just to listen to it. I expected to have to buy it, but in this case, i could just download it! I completely enjoyed this, and i made it through the book! I highly recommend it!

LoudLit.Org is awesome.

These recordings are great. I like the fact that they embed the text in the recording so you can read along if you want. The Huck Finn podcast is great too. Great work! I hope they keep bringing public domain stuff to podcasts. Makes long trips super enjoyable and it's a lot cheaper and of at least equal quality to the more expensive audiobooks. Yea public domain and LoudLit.Org!

Apparently it's a classic for a reason

I was apprehensive about listening to such a boring story, but Jane Aker really brings it alive. I listen to many podcasts, and many of those are literature related, and her presentation in clear, well produced, and informed. If you are interested in reading great literature but need a boost in getting started (or if you enjoy audiobooks) I highly recommend this podcast.

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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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