LibriVox Audio Books

The Gracchi, Marius and Sulla

Read by Pamela Nagami


A. H. Beesly


During the last half of the second century B.C. Rome was undisputed mistress of the civilized western world. As the British historian, Augus…

Balada de la cárcel de Reading

Read by Victor Villarraza


Oscar Wilde


Testamentos vitales y literarios de Oscar Wilde que escribió tras su encarcelamiento. Casado y padre de dos hijos, Wilde era un decla…

Say and Seal, Volume 2

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Anna Bartlett Warner


The arrival of a new schoolteacher causes quite a stir in the small New England town of Pattaquasset, not the least of it in the house of Mr…

The Grand Cañon of the Colorado

Read by Rebecca Eden Walker


John Muir


Nothing is ordinary in the world of John Muir, naturalist and author known as the Father of the US National Parks. In this short work, writ…

The Story of My Life, part 1 (Version 3)

Read by Victoria Neely


Helen Keller


When Helen Keller's autobiography was first published in 1903, she was a young woman studying at Radcliffe College. Helen shares memories of…

Murray's Adirondack Tales

Read by Keith Salis


William Henry Harrison Murray


Two delightful tales surrounding the adventures of John Norton, the Trapper. He gives us a good glimpse into life in the deep woods, and how…

Short Poetry Collection 222

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Various


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

The Aftermath of Slavery

Read by Jim Locke


William A. Sinclair


This work describes conditions and forces the black population of the South faced after freedom was brought by the Civil War. As Sinclair pu…

Stichus; or, The Parasite Rebuffed

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Titus Maccius Plautus


"Antipho, a wealthy and jovial old gentleman of Athens, has two daughters, Pilumena and Pamphila. They are married to two brothers, Epi…

Society as I Have Found It

Read by John Greenman


Ward Mcallister


Mark Twain illustrator Dan Beard recalled discussing McAllister’s book with Twain. “It was before Webster & Company failed that Ward McA…

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Read by Thomas A. Copeland


Jessie Laidlay Weston


This poem celebrates Christmas by exploring the mystery of Christ's mission on earth: his death, resurrection, and second coming as judge of…

A Tree with a Bird in it

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Margaret Widdemer


Tree with a Bird in it: a symposium of contemporary American poets on being shown a pear-tree on which sat a grackle is a collection of poem…

Civilisation: Its Cause and Cure, and Other Essays

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Edward Carpenter


This publication, by English utopian socialist Edward Carpenter, describes civilisation as a sort of disease with which humanity is afflicte…

Highways in Hiding

Read by Jessica Martin


George O. Smith


Mechanical engineer Steve Cornell lives in a world where ESP and telepathy are normal, and a spreading plague called Mekstrom’s Disease turn…

Shakespeare Monologues Collection vol. 16 (Multilingual)

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William Shakespeare


This is the 16th edition of the Shakespeare Monologues Collection, in which Librivox volunteers bring you their favorite characters' monolog…

The Castle of Otranto (Version 2)

Read by Thomas A. Copeland


Horace Walpole


The Castle of Otranto is regarded as the first Gothic novel, a genre appealing to a taste for terror and set in a remote past when prodigies…

The Cambridge Modern History. Volume 03, The Wars of Religion

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Various


The Cambridge Modern History is a universal history covering the period from 1450 to 1910. It was published in 14 volumes between 1902 and 1…

Multilingual Short Works Collection 030 - Poetry & Prose

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Various


This is our 30th collection of short pieces, poetry or prose, fiction and non-fiction, in several different languages (except standard Engli…

Adrienne Lecouvreur

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Ernest Legouve


This drama was written in 1848 for the great French tragedienne, Rachel, by Eugene Scribe and his writing partner, Ernest Legouve. Scribe is…

Walking (Version 2)

Read by Allyson Hester


Henry David Thoreau


This was originally titled "The Wild" and is a lecture given by Thoreau in 1851 at the Concord lyceum. "Walking" is an e…

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