Lodore


Read by LibriVox Volunteers

(3 stars; 5 reviews)

The author of Frankenstein returns with her take on an Austen novel. The mother is proud, the father has many vices, yet the aristocratic name must be kept. Even more so when lord Lodore dies. His wife and daughter find themselves without protection. This novel is conserned with gender equality, education and social justice. - Summary by Stav Nisser. (17 hr 1 min)

Chapters

volume 1, chapter 1 12:11 Read by Jim Locke
volume 1, chapter 2 17:09 Read by Jim Locke
volume 1, chapter 3 19:09 Read by Jim Locke
volume 1, chapter 4 24:45 Read by Jim Locke
volume 1, chapter 5 16:05 Read by Jim Locke
volume 1, chapter 6 11:55 Read by Jim Locke
volume 1, chapter 7 18:45 Read by Jim Locke
volume 1, chapter 8 15:04 Read by Jim Locke
volume 1, chapter 9 23:39 Read by Jim Locke
volume 1, chapter 10 14:17 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 1, chapter 11 23:10 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 1, chapter 12 17:58 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 1, chapter 13 16:58 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 1, chapter 14 29:21 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 1, chapter 15 14:41 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 1, chapter 16 26:54 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 1, chapter 17 21:49 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 1, chapter 18 13:06 Read by deongines
volume 2, chapter 1 13:08 Read by deongines
volume 2, chapter 2 22:38 Read by Jim Locke
volume 2, chapter 3 14:02 Read by Jim Locke
volume 2, chapter 4 20:41 Read by Jim Locke
volume 2, chapter 5 25:32 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 2, chapter 6 16:48 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 2, chapter 7 27:48 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 2, chapter 8 20:30 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 2, chapter 9 27:09 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 2, chapter 10 12:34 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 2, chapter 11 23:34 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 2, chapter 12 25:02 Read by Jim Locke
volume 2, chapter 13 8:45 Read by Jim Locke
volume 2, chapter 14 18:51 Read by Jim Locke
volume 2, chapter 15 19:22 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 2, chapter 16 13:18 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 2, chapter 17 8:51 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 2, chapter 18 15:54 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 3, chapter 1 12:15 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 3, chapter 2 17:47 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 3, chapter 3 9:43 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 3, chapter 4 16:49 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 3, chapter 5 16:29 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 3, chapter 6 12:02 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 3, chapter 7 16:40 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 3, chapter 8 19:41 Read by Linda Johnson
volume 3, chapter 9 6:46 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 3, chapter 10 14:38 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 3, chapter 11 23:55 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 3, chapter 12 23:30 Read by Jim Locke
volume 3, chapter 13 25:57 Read by Jim Locke
volume 3, chapter 14 32:31 Read by Mike Pelton
volume 3, chapter 15 28:08 Read by Jim Locke
volume 3, chapter 16 19:32 Read by Jim Locke
volume 3, chapter 17 21:05 Read by Jim Locke
volume 3, chapter 18 23:30 Read by Mike Pelton
Vol.3-Conclusion 8:40 Read by Mike Pelton

Reviews

oh the drama! the pathos!

(1 stars)

Interminable blithering on by M Shelley who never says in one sentence what she can ramble on about for 20 pages. I assume her editor hung himself after getting the manuscript. The typical story of the honorable nobleman marrying a pure young beauty and being forced to leave her and flee to America due to complicated misunderstandings. Etc etc . Readers good to very good. misunderstandings.