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The Pickwick Papers (version 3)

Gelesen von Hamlet

(4,708 Sterne; 53 Bewertungen)

Mr Pickwick, founder of the Pickwick Club, sets out with his three friends, Tupman, Snodgrass, and Winkle, to observe the world. They intend to travel to places in England remote from London, and observe their findings which they send back to the Club. In their journeys, they continually get themselves into all sorts of difficult but comical situations, from which they must extricate themselves, often with the assistance of Mr Pickwick's personal servant, Sam Weller. - Summary by Brad Filippone (29 hr 49 min)

Chapters

Chapter I

13:02

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Chapter II

58:33

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Chapter III

29:10

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Chapter IV

27:10

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Chapter V

22:09

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Chapter VI

38:51

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Chapter VII

32:37

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Chapter VIII

28:16

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Chapter IX

19:20

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Chapter X

29:50

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Chapter XI

41:47

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Chapter XII

13:07

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Chapter XIII

42:31

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Chapter XIV

39:22

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Chapter XV

34:08

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Chapter XVI

41:14

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Chapter XVII

22:39

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Chapter XVIII

25:02

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Chapter XIX

33:01

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Chapter XX

37:58

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Chapter XXI

46:05

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Chapter XXII

35:26

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Chapter XXIII

19:20

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Chapter XXIV

35:16

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Chapter XXV

42:13

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Chapter XXVI

14:29

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Chapter XXVII

21:52

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Chapter XXVIII

52:51

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Chapter XXIX

30:56

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Chapter XXX

25:45

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Chapter XXXI

34:12

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Chapter XXXII

30:10

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Chapter XXXIII

37:11

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Chapter XXXIV

55:08

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Chapter XXXV

34:38

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Chapter XXXVI

25:37

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Chapter XXXVII

26:30

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Chapter XXXVIII

30:48

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Chapter XXXIX

31:56

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Chapter XL

26:58

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Chapter XLI

29:55

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Chapter XLII

32:30

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Chapter XLIII

29:03

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Chapter XLIV

29:43

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Chapter XLV

37:31

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Chapter XLVI

21:09

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Chapter XLVII

25:40

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Chapter XLVIII

28:16

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Chapter XLIX

40:22

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Chapter L

34:05

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Chapter LI

32:59

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Chapter LII

26:20

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Chapter LIII

27:40

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Chapter LIV

35:43

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Chapter LV

27:46

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Chapter LVI

25:49

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Chapter LVII

17:53

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Bewertungen

wonderful

(5 Sterne)

What a wonderful reading of one of my favorite novels! Thank you again and again to the reader for all the time and effort he put into recording the book. Sam and Tony Weller are especially well voiced.

Great reading and a marvelous book

(5 Sterne)

Absolutely delightful

(5 Sterne)

A fantastic early Dickens. What the plot lacks in unity and (at times) suspense, the prose makes up in characteristically dickensian light-footed elegance, with moving touches of humanity and the most ingenious and pervading sense of humor. Innumerous occasions to laugh out loud at his most comical inventions. The reading is simply fantastic. Brad Filippone has become one of my all-time favorite readers. His rendering of Dickens' wonderful cast of characters is consistently brilliant.

What an Undertaking!

(5 Sterne)

I was very impressed with this reader! He remained excellent throughout the whole book! I loved the story as well! Don't be daunted by the length! You will be sorry when it's over!

(5 Sterne)

Hamlet delivers another flawless reading, as always. While not my favorite Dickens novel, it is delightful to listen to and full of humor and loveable characters.

Good story

(5 Sterne)

This is a very interesting story and I did enjoy it but the reader was superb. excellent job!

(2 Sterne)

Nicely read, but very boring book. Definitely not the best work from dickens.

Well done!

(5 Sterne)

A very well done reading of this enjoyable story.