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Master Humphrey's Clock

Gelesen von Hamlet

(3,667 Sterne; 9 Bewertungen)

Between April of 1840 and December of the following year, Charles Dickens published Master Humphrey's Clock - a weekly periodical that presented short stories ostensibly read by the title character and his circle of friends - as well as correspondence to the fictional club. Ultimately, the periodical included the complete novels "The Old Curiosity Club" and "Barnaby Rudge." These two novels are, however, referenced in the recording, when Master Humphrey and his friends refer to them. This recording presents all the published material except for the two novels. - Summary by Brad "Hamlet" Filippone (4 hr 50 min)


Dedication and Prefaces


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Chapter One, part one - Master Humphrey From His Clock-Side / Introduction to t…


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Chapter One, part two - First Night of the Giant Chronicles / Correspondence to…


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Chapter Two - Master Humphrey, From His Clock-Side, in the Chimney Corner / The…


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Chapter Three, part one - Master Humphrey's Visitor / Mister Pickwick's Tale


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Chapter Three, part two - Second Part of Mister Pickwick's Tale / Further Parti…


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Chapter Four - The Clock


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Chapter Five - Mr. Weller's Watch


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Chapter Six, part one - Master Humphrey, From His Clockside in the Chimney Corn…


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Chapter Six, part two - Master Humphrey, From His Clockside, continued / The De…


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Epilogue from Charles Dickens - To the Readers of Master Humphrey's Clock / Pos…


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Minor work, well read

(4,5 Sterne)

A minor work by Dickens, but not without its moments, and very ably read.