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What Shall We Do?

Read by Joanna Michal Hoyt


Leo Tolstoy


A vivid description of wealth and poverty in Russia in Tolstoy's day, an inquiry into the root causes of economic inequality, and a vision o…

The Trial of a New Society

Read by Joanna Michal Hoyt


Justus Ebert


In 1912 textile workers in Lawrence, Massachusetts, mostly immigrants, went on strike in response to a pay cut, speedups, and unsafe working…

Ninety-Three

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Victor Hugo


1793. The new revolutionary government of France is laboring mightily to end injustice and bring in an ideal new age of liberty, equality, a…

Cry of the Homeless

In Short Poetry Collection 227

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Thomas Hardy


This is a collection of 44 poems read in English by LibriVox volunteers for April 2022.

Miniver Cheevy - Read by JMH

In Miniver Cheevy

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Edwin Arlington Robinson


LibriVox readers bring you 16 recordings of "Miniver Cheevy" by Edwin Arlington Robinson. This was the fortnightly poem for June 1…

Adrift by Mrs. Edward Dowden

In The Book of Irish Poetry, part II

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Varioustranslated Byalfred Perceval Graves


A collection of Irish poetry, edited and largely translated by Alfred Perceval Graves. This is the second and final part of the book. - Sum…

Spring

In Short Poetry Collection 216

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Gerard Manley Hopkins


This is a collection of 45 poems read in English by LibriVox volunteers for May 2021.

E Tenebris

In Short Poetry Collection 213

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Oscar Wilde


This is a collection of 66 poems read in English by LibriVox volunteers for February 2021.

The Cuckoo Wood

In Short Poetry Collection 220

Read by Joanna Michal Hoyt


Edmund Beale Sargant


This is a collection of 44 poems read in English by LibriVox volunteers for September 2021.

Chapter 1

In Pray You, Sir, Whose Daughter?

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Helen H. Gardener


Twenty-year-old Gertrude Foster has had the sheltered upbringing typical of women of her class. Yet, she questions the restrictive norms wit…