LibriVox Audio Books

Honestus, conte philosophique

Read by René Depasse


Jules Janin


Jules Janin paraît bien désabusé dans Honestus, conte philosophique (1882), paru dans La Revue des deux mondes, comme Le…

Poison Island

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Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch


Mysterious old Captain Coffin not only has a wild story about a Honduran island where treasure lies, he has a map. But they must be wary bec…

His Masterpiece

Read by Lisa Reichert


Émile Zola


“His Masterpiece" (“L’Oeuvre”) is a fictionalized account of the Parisian art world in the mid 19th century, and the emerging Realism, …

Victorian Short Stories: Tales of Courtship

Read by Lynne T


Hubert Crackanthorpe


A selection of five short stories with the theme of courtship, written during the Victorian era and previously published elsewhere. - Summar…

One-Act Play Collection 009

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Various


Ninth volume of one-act plays in the public domain read by a variety of LibriVox members. A Dramatic Evening Narrator: April6090 Mr Thad…

Rebel Verses

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Bernard Gilbert


Mr. Bernard Gilbert is one of the discoveries of the War. For years, it seems, he has been writing poetry, but it is only recently that an i…

Home Geography for Primary Grades

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C. C. Long


Lessons and exercises for young children, exploring map and compass, mountains and rivers, trees and flowers, wind and rain, and more. (Summ…

Women of Achievement

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Benjamin Griffith Brawley


This volume, published in 1919 by the American Women's Baptist Home Mission Society, opens with an introduction spelling out the important w…

The Talking Thrush And Other Tales From India

Read by David Wales


W.H.D. Rouse


This is the second collection by this author of charming folk tales from India. The first collection is entitled The Giant Crab (Librivox au…

The National Geographic Magazine Vol. 07 - 11. November 1896

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Various


The National Geographic Magazine, an illustrated monthly, the November Number. It includes the following articles: The Witwatersrand and th…

Who Did It?

Read by Phil Benson


Nat Gould


Following the dissolution of the New South Wales government, Henry Bryce is ready to take on the Labour Party for the seat of Balmain East. …

Hope

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Emily Brontë


Emily Jane Brontë was an English novelist and poet who is best known for her only novel, Wuthering Heights, now considered a classic of…

The Giant Crab And Other Tales From Old India

Read by David Wales


W.H.D. Rouse


This is the first collection by this author of charming folk tales from India. There is a second entitled The Talking Thrush (LibriVox audio…

Rough Justice

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Mary Elizabeth Braddon


Who murdered Lisa Rainer? Is it her former lover who went to seek fortune in Africa and fell in love with another on the way back? Were ther…

Short Poetry Collection 165

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Various


This is a collection of 28 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for February 2017.

The Soul or Rational Psychology

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Emanuel Swedenborg


Swedenborg, Emanuel, 1688-1772, was born in Stockholm, Sweden and died in London, England. He was a voluminous writer of scientific treatise…

Biographia Literaria

Read by Nicole Lee


Samuel Taylor Coleridge


Nominally an autobiography, Biographia Literaria ranges widely across the realms of philosophy, poetry and memoir, in Coleridge's trademark …

Dramatized Bible Stories of the Old Testament

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King James Version


Hear the stories of the Old Testament brought to life in this Dramatised Reading of selections from the King James Version. Feel the sweep o…

The Knight of the Burning Pestle

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Francis Beaumont


The Knight of the Burning Pestle is a play in five acts, first performed in 1607. It is the first whole parody (or pastiche) play in English…

Ballady i Romanse

Read by Gosia Leksandrówna


Adam Mickiewicz


Świat Ballad i Romansów, choć jak najbardziej rzeczywisty, o określonym miejscu na mapie i w dziejach, tchnie ludową wyobraźnią, niep…

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