Emma (version 3)


Read by Elizabeth Klett

(4.8 stars; 1389 reviews)

Jane Austen famously described Emma Woodhouse, the title character of her 1815 novel, as "a heroine whom no-one but myself will much like." Yet generations of readers have loved Emma, as much for her blunders as for her wit and vivacity. Emma, "handsome, clever, and rich," has nothing else to do but try to pair off her friends, and she consistently mis-reads the relationships and situations around her as much as she mis-reads her own heart. The novel features a wonderful cast of characters, including Emma's hypochondriac father, the odiously prideful Mrs. Elton, the mysterious and reserved Jane Fairfax, and Miss Bates, who never stops talking. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett). (14 hr 53 min)

Chapters

01 - Volume 1, Chapter 01 19:23 Read by Elizabeth Klett
02 - Volume 1, Chapter 02 10:00 Read by Elizabeth Klett
03 - Volume 1, Chapter 03 10:50 Read by Elizabeth Klett
04 - Volume 1, Chapter 04 18:55 Read by Elizabeth Klett
05 - Volume 1, Chapter 05 11:53 Read by Elizabeth Klett
06 - Volume 1, Chapter 06 15:33 Read by Elizabeth Klett
07 - Volume I, Chapter 07 14:00 Read by Elizabeth Klett
08 - Volume I, Chapter 08 23:35 Read by Elizabeth Klett
09 - Volume I, Chapter 09 26:37 Read by Elizabeth Klett
10 - Volume I, Chapter 10 13:55 Read by Elizabeth Klett
11 - Volume I, Chapter 11 11:45 Read by Elizabeth Klett
12 - Volume I, Chapter 12 18:24 Read by Elizabeth Klett
13 - Volume I, Chapter 13 16:31 Read by Elizabeth Klett
14 - Volume I, Chapter 14 13:28 Read by Elizabeth Klett
15 - Volume I, Chapter 15 18:35 Read by Elizabeth Klett
16 - Volume I, Chapter 16 10:58 Read by Elizabeth Klett
17 - Volume I, Chapter 17 6:43 Read by Elizabeth Klett
18 - Volume I, Chapter 18 13:55 Read by Elizabeth Klett
19 - Volume II, Chapter 1 15:35 Read by Elizabeth Klett
20 - Volume II, Chapter 2 14:07 Read by Elizabeth Klett
21 - Volume II, Chapter 3 22:42 Read by Elizabeth Klett
22 - Volume II, Chapter 4 9:42 Read by Elizabeth Klett
23 - Volume II, Chapter 5 18:26 Read by Elizabeth Klett
24 - Volume II, Chapter 6 16:40 Read by Elizabeth Klett
25 - Volume II, Chapter 7 12:25 Read by Elizabeth Klett
26 - Volume II, Chapter 8 36:08 Read by Elizabeth Klett
27 - Volume II, Chapter 9 16:25 Read by Elizabeth Klett
28 - Volume II, Chapter 10 11:32 Read by Elizabeth Klett
29 - Volume II, Chapter 11 18:15 Read by Elizabeth Klett
30 - Volume II, Chapter 12 12:46 Read by Elizabeth Klett
31 - Volume II, Chapter 13 11:23 Read by Elizabeth Klett
32 - Volume II, Chapter 14 22:32 Read by Elizabeth Klett
33 - Volume II, Chapter 15 17:16 Read by Elizabeth Klett
34 - Volume II, Chapter 16 17:25 Read by Elizabeth Klett
35 - Volume II, Chapter 17 12:17 Read by Elizabeth Klett
36 - Volume II, Chapter 18 15:36 Read by Elizabeth Klett
37 - Volume III, Chapter 1 7:02 Read by Elizabeth Klett
38 - Volume III, Chapter 2 24:24 Read by Elizabeth Klett
39 - Volume III, Chapter 3 9:08 Read by Elizabeth Klett
40 - Volume III, Chapter 4 11:40 Read by Elizabeth Klett
41 - Volume III, Chapter 5 16:15 Read by Elizabeth Klett
42 - Volume III, Chapter 6 28:27 Read by Elizabeth Klett
43 - Volume III, Chapter 7 19:08 Read by Elizabeth Klett
44 - Volume III, Chapter 8 13:56 Read by Elizabeth Klett
45 - Volume III, Chapter 9 13:59 Read by Elizabeth Klett
46 - Volume III, Chapter 10 17:43 Read by Elizabeth Klett
47 - Volume III, Chapter 11 24:09 Read by Elizabeth Klett
48 - Volume III, Chapter 12 16:05 Read by Elizabeth Klett
49 - Volume III, Chapter 13 19:09 Read by Elizabeth Klett
50 - Volume III, Chapter 14 19:25 Read by Elizabeth Klett
51 - Volume III, Chapter 15 13:26 Read by Elizabeth Klett
52 - Volume III, Chapter 16 18:46 Read by Elizabeth Klett
53 - Volume III, Chapter 17 16:47 Read by Elizabeth Klett
54 - Volume III, Chapter 18 20:20 Read by Elizabeth Klett
55 - Volume III, Chapter 19 7:09 Read by Elizabeth Klett

Reviews

Emma & Elizabeth Klett


(5 stars)

In terms of the book I honestly think I like this one better than Pride and Prejudice. I feel like the narration and story is better written. I still love the story of P&P but probably more so through the movie than the book. This one I really like the book much more than any of the movies made for it. It’s fun and light hearted, but also reminds us to be honest, respectful, selfless, and to avoid meddling in others’ businesses unless necessary. I. As for the narrator, I listened to a collaboration of P&P through LibriVox and it was fine but I couldn’t stand a few of them. I was much more picky this time and found Elizabeth Klett to be wonderful and made listening to Emma very enjoyable. Her accents and vocal personalities were each unique and made telling the characters apart easier to discern as well as bring them better to life in the story. I will definitely be following her narrations in the future. Well done, Elizabeth, well done indeed! 😊


(5 stars)

I just listened to Pride and Prejudice and Emma in a row. I am only learning english as a foreign language and love to get my ear used to Elisabeth Klett's beautiful english. She reads remarkably well, and it is a real pleasure to enlarge your literary culture this way. I only hope that Mrs Klett will read more novels! Thank you!

A heroine to shake your finger at!!


(5 stars)

Jane Austen changes it up by presenting a heroine with huge faults. Such faults u almost want to hate her but for the fact that there are characters meaner then she. But as usual well written and well read. All works out in the end!!!


(5 stars)

I'm in love with Elizabeth Klett's reading. The women's voices were especially well done. Everything was so vivid through Ms Klett's reading of it. I didn't think I would enjoy an audiobook and for a first, this was a wonderful experience. And what can I say about Emma? Austen might have thought nobody but her would like Emma, but Ms Woodhouse is too charming not to be liked. I do think I would have liked a little more Mr. Knightley, but this was a wonderful story ♡

or a Whole Lotta English Snobbery!


(5 stars)

Perfectly, perfect class, social, financial and familial English snobbery at its best! Austen does well with a profuse amount of words for a cup full of personal judgment! I would not have lived ast twenty years of age with her ideology of status. God bless America. Very entertaining. Narrator seems to LOVE character readings! Kudoos.


(5 stars)

Elizabeth Klett is an amazing narrator. If she's not getting paid, she definitely should be. The book is slow, and if you're like me and suffer from second-hand embarrassment, some parts of it can be pretty painful to get through. It's worth it, though. Loved the ending.

A new favorite


(5 stars)

I appreciate this wonderful reading very much! Jane Austin is so cleverly snarky in subtle language. She brings in a heroine who needs a little saving herself. I highly recommend if you enjoy people-watching or pleasant stories of embarrassing mix-ups.


(4 stars)

When I first heard this American reader shift to a received English accent, I thought, oh, no. But she does a pretty good job with that, and has a real feeling for the characters, pace, and tone. A really enjoyable listen.