Merry Autumn

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Paul Laurence Dunbar

LibriVox volunteers bring you 14 recordings of Merry Autumn by Paul Laurence Dunbar. This was the Fortnightly Poetry project for October 10t…

O Hollow Hollow Hollow

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W. S. Gilbert

LibriVox volunteers bring you 17 recordings of O Hollow Hollow Hollow by W.S. Gilbert. This was the Weekly Poetry project for January 8, 201…

Она и он. Рассказы

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Аверченко Аркадий, Тэффи Надежда, Чехов Антон

У микрофона Наталья Пешкова: Аркадий Аверченко День делового человека Галочка Маня мечтает Тэффи Экзамен Жизнь и воротник Антон Чехов Шампан…

The Golden Days of Good Queen Bess

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Sir John Carr

LibriVox volunteers bring you 8 recordings of Parody on "The Golden Days of good Queen Bess" by Sir John Carr. This was the Fortni…

You Never Can Tell

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George Bernard Shaw

In this witty comedy of errors, the Clandon siblings, Gloria and the twins, Dolly and Philip attempt to uncover the identity of their long l…

The History of Troilus and Cressida (version 2)

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William Shakespeare

The History of Troilus and Cressida has long baffled critics and audiences alike for its inconsistent tone, which ranges from bawdy comedy t…

Cynthia's Revels, or The Fountain of Self-Love

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Ben Jonson

"Cynthia's Revels," the second "comical satire," was acted in 1600, and, as a play, is even more lengthy, elaborate, and…

The Judgment of Eve

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May Sinclair

May Sinclair was a prolific author, literary critic, and feminist activist, famous in Britain and the US in the 1910’s and 20’s. The Judgmen…

The Inconstant

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George Farquhar

Subtitled "The Way to Win Him:, this play is placed in Paris - a change from many others of Farquhar's plays which used English setting…

Are Women People? A Book of Rhymes for Suffrage Times

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Alice Duer Miller

A collection of poetry and some other short works by suffragist Alice Duer MIller. Many of these satirical works were first published in the…

Bill Nye and Boomerang; Or the Tale of a Meek-Eyed Mule, and Some Other Literar…

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Bill Nye

Humorist Bill Nye was the first editor of the daily paper in Laramie, Wyoming, and named it the Laramie Boomerang in honor of his mule. As …

The Constant Couple

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George Farquhar

George Farquhar, the author of this comedy, was the son of a clergyman in the north of Ireland. He was born in the year 1678, discovered an …

The Bores

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Moliere: "Never was any Dramatic performance so hurried as this; and it is a thing, I believe, quite new, to have a comedy planned, fin…

El rey de las montañas

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Edmond About

Con aire satírico e incluso irónico, el autor francés relata en esta novela los lances y aventuras por las que pasa un …

Ужасы и трэшатинка 4. Финал

Read by Николай Кобзев (ЛИ)

Сорокин, Паланик, Квашнин, Никонов, Логинов Владимир, Чак, Дмитрий, Александр, К… and Unknown

Ужасы и трэшатинка. Финал В сборник вошли рассказы: 1) Константин Логинов "25 лет"  2) Владимир Сорокин "Айя!" &nb…

Monsieur De Pourceaugnac

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'Monsieur de Pourceaugnac', acted on October 6, 1669, is nothing but a farce. But Molière excels in farce as well as in higher comedy…

The Litigants

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Jean Racine

This play, which is neither a comedy or a farce but has elements in common with each, was first performed in 1668 at Paris, and afterwards a…

Bob and Ray WOR 072 June 20, 1973


Wednesday, the last day of spring.  Bob & Ray discuss newsman Henry Gladstone’s musical ability.

The "Mind The Paint" Girl

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Arthur Wing Pinero

Another Pinero play from the early 1900s. With a social message about the effects of stardom on the star as well as those that love them. &q…

The Conscious Lovers

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Richard Steele

As early as 1720 Steele spoke in the Theatre of "a friend of mine" who was lately preparing a comedy according to the just laws of…

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