Weird Tales, Volume 1


Read by Thomas A. Copeland

(4.8 stars; 4 reviews)

These stories form the first volume of the renowned Tales of Hoffman. They are fantasies with hints of the supernatural—quintessential Romanticism. Writers of the Romantic period typically seek to lift the spirit to awe, wonder, love, horror, or other extremes of emotion. Hoffmann is drawn to such experiences, particularly as they relate to the creative process. Although he occasionally arouses them in the reader, he more often examines them critically or, in the case of hysterical excesses, especially infatuation, satirizes them. - Summary by T. A. Copeland (12 hr 2 min)

Chapters

The Cremona Violin, Part 1 43:22 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
The Cremona Violin, Part 2 21:01 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
The Fermata 53:46 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Signor Formica, Part 1 32:53 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Signor Formica, Part 2 46:37 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Signor Formica, Part 3 33:08 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Signor Formica, Part 4 34:28 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Signor Formica, Part 5 39:39 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Signor Formica, Part 6 32:49 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
The Sand-man, Part 1 51:36 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
The Sand-man, Part 2 45:04 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
The Entail, Part 1 59:17 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
The Entail, Part 2 50:54 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
The Entail, Part 3 49:02 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
The Entail, Part 4 51:33 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Arthur's Hall, Part 1 39:14 Read by Thomas A. Copeland
Arthur's Hall, Part 2 38:08 Read by Thomas A. Copeland

Reviews

Enjoyed mist


(4 stars)

Most stories were interesting.The reader was very good but the room he was in made it sound hollow


(5 stars)

fascinating stories, perfectly read. loved especially the voice effects and the interesting footnotes. thank you very much for sharing!