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10 Essential Pieces of Literature Audiobook

10 Essential Pieces of Literature

This Audiobook contains the following work: The prophet [Khalil Gibran] Treasure Island [Robert Louis Stevenson] White fang [Jack London] The Time machine [H. G. Wells] The Battle of Life [Charles Dickens] The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes [Arthur Conan Doyle] The Three Musketeers [Alexandre Dumas] The adventures of Pinocchio [Carlo Collodi] Robinson Crusoe [Daniel Defoe] The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn [Mark Twain]

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A Catastrophe Audiobook

A Catastrophe

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: Cathy Dobson Release Date: September 2016

Herbert George Wells (1866-1946) was a prolific English writer of stories and novels and is frequently credited as being the father of science fiction. "A Catastrophe" is a poignant tale of a shopkeeper whose business is on the verge of bankruptcy, when a dreadful catastrophe strikes the family, just in time to save him from total ruin.

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A Catastrophe Audiobook

A Catastrophe

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: Cathy Dobson Release Date: September 2016

Herbert George Wells (1866-1946) was a prolific English writer of stories and novels and is frequently credited as being the father of science fiction. 'A Catastrophe' is a poignant tale of a shopkeeper whose business is on the verge of bankruptcy, when a dreadful catastrophe strikes the family, just in time to save him from total ruin.

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A Deal in Ostriches Audiobook

A Deal in Ostriches

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: Cathy Dobson Release Date: August 2016

Herbert George Wells (1866 - 1946) was a prolific English writer of science fiction stories and novels, and is credited with being the father of science fiction. ""A Deal in Ostriches"" is an amusing tale about a situation on a ship returning from the Indies with several passengers and five ostriches on board. One of the ostriches swallows a valuable diamond - but nobody knows which bird it was. This leads to an auction of the ostriches, at which the bidding is frantic as the passengers calculate their chances for recovering the precious stone."

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A Dream of Armageddon Audiobook

A Dream of Armageddon

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: Cathy Dobson Release Date: September 2016

Herbert George Wells (1866-1946) was a prolific English writer, now best remembered for his science fiction novels and often credited as being the father of science fiction. 'A Dream of Armageddon' is a strange tale of a man who is haunted by a prophetic dream of life in the future in a time when the world is rushing towards a catastrophic and apocalyptic war...and only he has the power to stop the calamity. But stopping Armageddon would mean abandoning the woman he loves....

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A Dream of Armageddon (Unabridged) Audiobook

A Dream of Armageddon (Unabridged)

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: John Mydrim Ballantyne Release Date: January 2021

'A Dream of Armageddon' is a short story by H. G. Wells which was first published in 1901 in the British weekly magazine Black and White. The story opens aboard a train, when an unwell-looking man strikes up a conversation with the narrator when he sees him reading a book about dreams. The white-faced man says that he has little time for dream analysis because, he says, his dreams are killing him.

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A Modern Utopia Audiobook

A Modern Utopia

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: Group Release Date: December 2016

In A Modern Utopia, two travelers fall into a space-warp and suddenly find themselves upon a Utopian Earth controlled by a single World Government. The premise of the novel is that there is a planet (for "No less than a planet will serve the purpose of a modern Utopia") exactly like Earth, with the same geography and biology. They have, however, "different habits, different traditions, different knowledge, different ideas, different clothing, and different appliances." The narrator's double describes the ascetic Rule by which the samurai live; this includes a ban on alcohol and drugs and a mandatory annual one-week solitary ramble in the wilderness. He also explains the social theory of Utopia, which distinguished four "main classes of mind": The Poietic, the Kinetic, the Dull, and the Base. Poietic minds are creative or inventive; kinetic minds are able but not particularly inventive; the Dull have "inadequate imagination," and the Base are mired in egotism and lack "moral sense."

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A Moonlight Fable (Unabridged) Audiobook

A Moonlight Fable (Unabridged)

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: John Mydrim Ballantyne Release Date: January 2021

'The Beautiful Suit' or 'A Moonlight Fable' is a short story by H. G. Wells, originally published under the title 'A Moonlight Fable' in the April 10, 1909, number of Collier's Weekly. Written in the manner of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales, the story features but two characters: an unnamed 'little man', and his mother. The mother has made 'a beautiful suit of clothes' for the man, who takes inordinate delight in this possession.

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A Story of the Days to Come (Unabridged) Audiobook

A Story of the Days to Come (Unabridged)

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: Peter Walters Release Date: November 2020

'A Story of the Days To Come' is a novella by H. G. Wells comprising five chapters that was first published in the June to October 1899 issues of The Pall Mall Magazine. It was later included in an 1899 collection of Wells's short stories, Tales of Space and Time. The novella depicts two lovers in a dystopian future London of the 22nd century and explores the implications of excessive urbanisation, class warfare, and advances in the technology of medicine, communication, transportation, and agriculture. Like When the Sleeper Wakes, published in the same year, the novella extrapolates the trends Wells observed in 19th-century Victorian London two hundred years into the future. The London of the early 22nd century has a population of over 30 million, with the lower classes living in subterranean dwellings, and the middle and upper classes living in skyscrapers and largely communal accommodations. Moving walkways interconnect the city, with fast air-travel and superhighways available between cities. The countryside is largely abandoned.

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A Story of the Stone Age (Unabridged) Audiobook

A Story of the Stone Age (Unabridged)

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: Peter Walters Release Date: November 2020

'A Story of the Stone Age' is a short story written in 1897 by H. G. Wells. The story was featured in three parts between May and August 1897 in The Idler magazine, and was later released in collected editions. The story is set during the Stone Age, and tells of a caveman named Ugh-lomi, who bonds with the young woman Eudena and kills his rival, the de facto tribal leader Uya. Whilst in exile, Ugh-lomi becomes the first man to ride a horse, and to combine stone and wood to fashion an axe. He uses this weapon, along with his wits, to survive encounters with cave bears, hyenas and rhinos, and ultimately claim the position of tribal leader for himself.

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A Vision of Judgment Audiobook

A Vision of Judgment

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: Cathy Dobson Release Date: September 2016

Herbert George Wells (1866-1946) was a prolific English writer of stories and novels and is frequently credited as being the father of science fiction. "A Vision of Judgment" tells the story of a man who is awakened from his grave by a trumpet sounding for the last judgment. As the first souls are called before God, he realises that things are not quite as he had expected...

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Aepyornis Island Audiobook

Aepyornis Island

Author: H. G. Wells Narrator: Cathy Dobson Release Date: August 2016

Herbert George Wells (1866 - 1946) was a prolific English witer, now best remembered for his science fiction novels, and is often credited as being the father of science fiction. "Aepyornis Island" is the strange tale of a naturalist who find himself adrift in a canoe in the Indian Ocean, with three mysterious rare giant eggs which he has collected. He knows they are the eggs of the Aepyornis - a bird which has been extinct for hundreds of years. He is amazed when hunger forces him to try one of the eggs, to find that it is fresh. When he opens the second egg several days later, he is horrified to find a still live embryo inside it. Before he is forced to eat the third and final egg, his canoe is cast up on a deserted atoll, where he finds fresh water and plenty of fish in the lagoon. Then the final egg hatches and the strangest part of the adventure begins.

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