Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte - Chapter 01
24 сентября 2013

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte - Chapter 01

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte - Chapter 01
Chapter 1. Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox. Read by Elizabeth Klett. Playlist for Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB606BB7FA230DF39 Jane Eyre free audiobook at Librivox: librivox.org/jane-eyre-version-3-by-charlotte-bronte/ Jane Eyre free eBook at Project Gutenberg: www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/1260 Jane Eyre at Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Eyre View a list of all our videobooks: www.ccprose.com/booklist
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#1 написал: Kamil Kuczy?ski (26 сентября 2013 06:52)
I hae to say that you made a great job. It's amazing. Really If you? had a normal website you would earned money on adsense. Thanks for you job.
#2 написал: Julie Cramer (26 сентября 2013 06:52)
I'm looking forward to this audio. ? Thanks for airing!
#3 написал: dkhluv85 (26 сентября 2013 06:52)
Hello! Thank you so much for the wonderful narration and upload! I tried downloading the free audiobook provided in the info yet for some reason the page would not open. Is it just me? I'd really hate not to be? able to download it! I really loved this narration.
#4 написал: Dangerous Doll (26 сентября 2013 06:52)
I'm afraid that your comment is misplaced. Like they say "If you have nothing good to say, then don't say anything at all" unless, of course, it's a constructive criticism. If you don't enjoy classic literature, then I? really don't see why you would click on this video. Unless you are a "troll". other than that, applause to the volunteers who worked for this project!
#5 написал: azegyikenci (26 сентября 2013 06:52)
T?k j?, hogy ez ?gy fent van, de a felirat:S...mi?rt ilyen..:(? ? Angolt tutira lehet vele gyakorolni, f?leg ha az ember szereti is a sztorit.
#6 написал: CCProse (26 сентября 2013 06:52)
Thank you. We absolutely agree with you regarding the accent and authenticity. We rely on volunteers for our audio and often the best matches are not available. Sometimes we must make sacrifices and consider both the book and the reader. As you point out, Elizabeth Klett does? such a great job. We are thankful for her contribution. Kind regards.
#7 написал: 13243546abcdef (26 сентября 2013 06:52)
Wow I'm so glad she didn't proceed reading in an American accent (I was horrified when I heard her say the title). No offense meant however - merely an issue of mine with how authentic it must sound - should it have been authored by an American, I would have likewise preferred? it to be read in an American accent. All aside, I give Ms. Klett much credit for reading so engagingly!
#8 написал: CCProse (26 сентября 2013 06:52)
Very Cool. You should also check out " Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton",. Another excellent book by an excellent female writer. We will be releasing? it soon.
#9 написал: RheotricalPen (26 сентября 2013 06:52)
Excuse my ignorant chauvinism:? but for the longest time I thought women unfit at writing; most of the books that I had read by female writers were of wishy-washy sentiments, none of it very keen or interesting; but reading the works of classic writers, such as Charlotte Bronte and Jane Eyre; Pride & Prejudice and Jane Austen; which are now among my most favorite of books, have coaxed me out of my ignorance.
#10 написал: DrInductor (26 сентября 2013 06:52)
man this book is depressing ?
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