The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, Raven Edition, Volume 5


Read by LibriVox Volunteers

(3 stars; 2 reviews)

This, the last of 5 volumes containing Poe's works, contains a collection of both prose and poetry. (Summary by TriciaG)

Cast List for Section 42:
Narrator / Stage Directions: Ellen Preckel
Alessandra: Amanda Friday
Castiglione: Phil Schempf
DiBroglio: Algy Pug
Lalage: Pam Castille
Jacinta: Availle
Monk, Benito: Larry Wilson
Baldazzar: TriciaG
Politian: Alan Rose
Voice: Frances Brown

(8 hr 41 min)

Chapters

01 - Philosophy of Furniture 17:30 Read by Bob Neufeld
02 - A Tale of Jerusalem 11:04 Read by Larry Wilson
03 - The Sphinx 12:45 Read by Bob Neufeld
04 - Hop-Frog 26:42 Read by Larry Wilson
05 - The Man of the Crowd 21:15 Read by Dylan Posa
06 - Never Bet the Devil Your Head 26:35 Read by Larry Wilson
07 - Thou Art the Man 30:05 Read by sdaeley17
08 - Why the Little Frenchman Wears his Hand in a Sling 17:50 Read by Simon Smoke
09 - Bon-Bon 44:15 Read by Kevin W. Davidson
10 - Some Words with a Mummy 41:29 Read by Phil Schempf
11 - The Poetic Principle 49:22 Read by Larry Wilson
12 - Old English Poetry 12:48 Read by Chris Cartwright
13 - Poems - Preface 1:41 Read by Bob Neufeld
14 - The Raven 10:04 Read by Bob Neufeld
15 - The Bells 5:25 Read by Bob Neufeld
16 - Ulalume 5:35 Read by Joseph Finkberg
17 - To Helen I 4:55 Read by Larry Wilson
18 - Annabel Lee 3:01 Read by Bob Neufeld
19 - A Valentine 1:38 Read by Kathleen Napholz
20 - An Enigma 1:24 Read by Kathleen Napholz
21 - To My Mother 1:31 Read by Sel Bravo
22 - For Annie 3:43 Read by Larry Wilson
23 - To F-- 1:12 Read by vanstapel
24 - To Frances S. Osgood 0:53 Read by Brett G. Hirsch
25 - Eldorado 1:05 Read by Matt Zaldivar
26 - Eulalie 1:23 Read by Richie Franklin
27 - A Dream within a Dream 1:23 Read by Matt Zaldivar
28 - To Marie Louise (Shew) I 1:47 Read by Gman
29 - To Marie Louise (Shew) II 2:15 Read by Gman
30 - The City in the Sea 3:39 Read by Larry Wilson
31 - The Sleeper 3:35 Read by Brett G. Hirsch
32 - Bridal Ballad 1:52 Read by Bookworm Gardener
33 - Lenore 3:11 Read by Bob Neufeld
34 - To One in Paradise 1:22 Read by Matt Zaldivar
35 - The Coliseum 3:08 Read by Brett G. Hirsch
36 - The Haunted Palace 2:24 Read by Brett G. Hirsch
37 - The Conqueror Worm 2:19 Read by Phil Schempf
38 - Silence 1:25 Read by Brett G. Hirsch
39 - Dream-Land 2:52 Read by Richie Franklin
40 - Hymn 1:09 Read by Sel Bravo
41 - To Zante 1:25 Read by Phil Schempf
42 - Scenes from 'Politian' 39:28 Read by LibriVox Volunteers
43 - Letter to Mr. B-- 15:28 Read by sdaeley17
44 - Sonnet - to Science 1:11 Read by Brett G. Hirsch
45 - Al Aaraaf 22:22 Read by Algy Pug
46 - Tamerlane 11:18 Read by Phil Schempf
47 - To Helen II 1:15 Read by Antonio Barroso
48 - The Valley of Unrest 1:49 Read by Antonio Barroso
49 - Israfel 2:36 Read by Antonio Barroso
50 - To --- I 0:59 Read by sdaeley17
51 - To --- II 0:47 Read by sdaeley17
52 - To the River --- 1:12 Read by fshort
53 - Song 1:25 Read by MariaSim
54 - Spirits of the Dead 1:39 Read by Matt Zaldivar
55 - A Dream 1:18 Read by Larry Wilson
56 - Romance 1:37 Read by Larry Wilson
57 - Fairy-Land 2:13 Read by Phil Schempf
58 - The Lake --- to --- 1:26 Read by Richie Franklin
59 - Evening Star 1:16 Read by Matt Zaldivar
60 - 'The Happiest Day' 1:40 Read by Larry Wilson
61 - Imitation 1:10 Read by Richie Franklin
62 - Hymn to Aristogeiton and Harmodius 1:23 Read by Richie Franklin
63 - Dreams 2:22 Read by Phil Schempf
64 - 'In Youth I Have Known One' 2:18 Read by sdaeley17
65 - A Paean 2:08 Read by sdaeley17
66 - Alone 1:56 Read by Anastasiia Solokha
67 - To Isadore 2:42 Read by Blaze Lee Dragon
68 - The Village Street 3:36 Read by Julie Mansius
69 - The Forest Reverie 4:15 Read by Richie Franklin

Reviews

No track titles

(1 stars)

I downloaded the entire 5 volume collection, only to discover that volumes 3-5 have no track titles (they don't show the name of the story/poem--they just say track 1, track 2, etc.), which means that you have no way to intelligently skip ahead to a specific poem or story. For a regular audio book this wouldn't matter so much, but in a collection like this, it makes the audio book almost unusable.