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Nina Balatka

Gelesen von Anthony Ogus

(4,519 Sterne; 26 Bewertungen)

A romance set in Prague between a Catholic and a Jew. In this short novel, Trollope moves away from his usual milieu to explore a theme which has universal resonance. - Summary by Anthony Ogus (7 hr 6 min)

Chapters

Chapter 01

29:22

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Chapter 02

32:48

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Chapter 03

21:46

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Chapter 04

26:12

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Chapter 05

29:03

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Chapter 06

26:29

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Chapter 07

30:04

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Chapter 08

26:41

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Chapter 09

26:36

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Chapter 10

26:18

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Chapter 11

24:04

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Chapter 12

26:52

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Chapter 13

21:32

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Chapter 14

28:44

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Chapter 15

39:31

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Chapter 16

10:28

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Bewertungen

Entertaining, but not great

(3 Sterne)

Anthony Ogus is an excellent narrator who speaks in a pleasant R.P. English accent, but varies his voice to suit a variety of characters. Prague had nearly a 1,000 year history of Jews when this novel was writing. Most famously was the myth of the Golem, which is not mentioned at all in this romance between a religious Catholic woman and a much older Jewish money lender. While listening, I had hoped that the main characters would develop more, but in the end they didn't. Due to the subject matter, it should have included more passion and twists, but then again, the writer was an Englishman and not a Slav.

Riveting, great reader!

(5 Sterne)

Terrific book! It makes me realize some people have come a long way regarding prejudices. Too bad not everyone understands. Perhaps some day. Fantastic reader. Thank you!

(5 Sterne)

I thought this book would be too tragic for me, but I must say I couldn't stop listening. Anthony O. Is a superb reader!

(5 Sterne)

Interesting book. So different from Anthony Trollope ‘s books. The narrator is excellent as usual.

Well read

(5 Sterne)

Very focused on the jew/Christian element of the relationship. But a nice story.