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  1. The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires Audiobook The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires
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  8. The Secret Seaside Escape: The most heart-warming, feel-good romance of 2020, from the Sunday Times  Audiobook The Secret Seaside Escape: The most heart-warming, feel-good romance of 2020, from the Sunday Times
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Death of a Salesman - Arthur Miller Audiobook

Death of a Salesman - Arthur Miller

Author: Arthur Miller Narrator: Multiple Narrators Release Date: May 2020

Death of a Salesman is a 1949 stage play written by American playwright Arthur Miller. It won the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play. The play premiered on Broadway in February 1949, running for 742 performances, and has been revived on Broadway four times,winning three Tony Awards for Best Revival. It is widely considered to be one of the greatest plays of the 20th century

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The Edith Wharton BBC Radio Drama Collection Audiobook

The Edith Wharton BBC Radio Drama Collection

BBC radio productions of classic works by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edith Wharton – plus two bonus documentaries American author Edith Wharton is renowned for her merciless satires of marriage and money, set in the upper-class milieu into which she was born. Included here are a superb selection of her novels, short stories and plays, recorded for BBC Radio – as well as two programmes exploring her life and work. The House of Mirth – Bewitching socialite Lily Bart is hunting for a wealthy husband – but time is running out… Starring June Barrie, Carole Mowlam and Keith Alexander. Madame de Treymes – John Durham's fight for the woman he loves sparks a confrontation with a powerful and devious French family. Starring Anna Massey and Philip Voss. The Reef – Jodhi May, Sian Thomas and Ben Miles star in Edith Wharton’s neglected classic following the complicated love lives of four Americans in France. The Age of Innocence – Recently engaged Newland Archer is drawn to his fiancee's cousin, the exotic, independent Countess Ellen Olenska. Starring Eleanor Bron, Ryan McCluskey and Susan Lynch. The Custom of the Country– Beautiful Undine Spragg arrives in New York, setting her sights on Ralph Marvell. But will he live up to her expectations? Starring Rebecca Night, Dan Stevens and Tom Hollander. Ethan Frome – Trapped in an unhappy marriage, Ethan Frome becomes obsessed with his wife's cousin. Dominic Mafham, Jessica Raine and Laurel Lefkow star in this tragic love story set in rural Massachusetts. The Shadow of a Doubt – Former nurse Kate Derwent carries a terrible secret. Phoebe Fox, Francesca Annis and Paul Ready star in this newly-discovered play from 1901. Great Lives: Edith Wharton – Naomi Wolf joins presenter Matthew Paris to talk about Wharton and her work. In Our Time: Edith Wharton – Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Wharton’s novels of America’s Gilded Age. First published 1901 (The Shadow of a Doubt), 1903 (‘The Dilettante’), 1905 (The House of Mirth), 1907 (Madame de Treymes), 1910 (‘Afterward’), 1911 (Ethan Frome), 1912 (The Reef), 1913 (The Custom of the Country), 1920 (The Age of Innocence) Cast and credits Written by Edith Wharton The House of Mirth Narrator – June Barrie Lily Bart – Carole Mowlam Lawrence Selden – Keith Alexander Simon Rosedale – Alexander John Mrs Bertha Dorset – Anne-Marie Davies Judy Trenor – Roberta Hamond Mr Hudson Bart/Van Allstyne– Barry Dennen Mrs Hudson Bart – Jennie Lee Poleworth – Haydn Andrews Percy Gryce – Arril Johnson George Dorset – Paul Maxwell Jack Stepney – Stuart Milligan Carry Fisher – Zhivila Roche Gwen Van Osburgh – Jean Baird Gus Trenor – John Church Gerty Farish – Celia Bannerman Mrs Van Osburgh – Tucker McGuire Mrs Haffen – Thomasine Heiner Mrs Peniston – Margot Lawrence Grace Stepney – Kate Lock Mrs Wellington Bry – Pat Field Ned Silverton/Mr Wellington Bry – Graham Faulkner Lord Hubert – Anthony Hyde Duchess – Pauline Letts Mattie Gormer – Jayne Lloyd Miss Kilroy/Nettie – Judith Morse Miss Haines/Kathleen – Janene Possell Dramatised by Eileen Cullen Directed by Brian Miller First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 21 March-18 April 1981 Madame de Treymes Narrator – Valerie Sarruf Christiane de Treymes – Anna Massey John Durham – Philip Voss Fanny de Malrive – Gwen Humble Mrs Humble – Auriol Smith Nanny – Jane Whittenshaw Katey – Tara Dominick Bessie Boykin – Elizabeth Kelly Elmer Boykin – James Greene Dramatised by John Peacock Directed by Jane Morgan First broadcast BBC Radio 3, 7 September 1990 The Reef Narrator – Sian Thomas George Darrow – Ben Miles Anna – Teresa Gallagher Sophie – Jodhi May Owen – Julian Ovenden Adelaide/Laura – Debora Weston Dramatised by Penny Leicester Produced by Di Speirs First broadcast on BBC Radio 4, 27 June-8 July 2005 The Age of Innocence Newland – Ryan McCluskey Ellen– Susan Lynch May – Kellie Bright Catherine – Eleanor Bron Augusta – Lorelei King Adeline – Barbara Barnes Jane– Sarah Goldberg Sillerton – Kerry Shale Julius – Conrad Nelson Lawrence – Martin T Sherman Medora – Margaret Robertson Ned – John Guerrasio Dramatised by Jane Rogers Produced by Nadia Molinari First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 6-13 January 2008 The Custom of the Country Undine Spragg – Rebecca Night Mrs Spragg – Barbara Barnes Mrs Heeny – Lorelei King Abner Spragg/Popple – Jonathan Keeble Peter Van Degen – William Houston Mr Dagonet – Paul McCleary Laura Fairford/Princess Estradina – Provence Maydew Elmer Moffatt – Tom Hollander Ralph Marvell – Dan Stevens Mabel Lipscombe – Tessa Nicholson Clare Van Degen – Lucy Gaskell Raymond de Chelles – Joseph Kloska Marquise de Chelles – Olwen May Paul – Daniel Rogers Dramatised by Jane Rogers Produced by Nadia Molinari First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 3-17 January 2010 Ethan Frome Ethan Frome – Dominic Mafham Mattie – Jessica Raine Zeena – Laurel Lefkow Denis Eady –Christopher Webster Post Mistress – Adjoa Andoh Andrew Hale – Paul Moriarty Edith Wharton – Fenella Woolgar Jotham Powell – Adam Billington Denis Eady – Christopher Webster Widow Homan – Victoria Inez Hardy Mrs Hale – Tracy Wiles Dramatised by Lin Coghlan Produced by Sally Avens First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 16-20 January 2012 The Shadow of a Doubt Kate Derwent – Phoebe Fox John Derwent – Paul Ready Sylvia Derwent – Rosie Boore Lord Osterleigh – David Horovitch Lady Uske – Francesca Annis Dr Carruthers – Don Gilet Clodagh Nevil – Alexandra Constantinidi Bobby Mazaret – Cameron Percival Footman – Lewis Bray Mrs Fullerton – Emma Handy Introduced by Laura Rattray, Reader in American Studies, University of Glasgow Dramatised by Melissa Murray Directed by Emma Harding First broadcast BBC Radio 3, 28 October 2018 Great Lives: Edith Wharton Presented by Matthew Paris With Naomi Wolf, Janet Beer and Avril Horner Produced by Jolyon Jenkins First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 25 September 2012 In Our Time: Edith Wharton Presented by Melvyn Bragg With Dame Hermione Lee, Bridget Bennett and Laura Rattray Produced by Simon Tillotson First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 4 October 2018

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Our Town - Thornton Wilder Audiobook

Our Town - Thornton Wilder

Author: Thornton Wilder Narrator: Multiple Narrators Release Date: May 2020

Our Town is a 1938 metatheatrical three-act play by American playwright Thornton Wilder which won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The play tells the story of the fictional American small town of Grover's Corners between 1901 and 1913 through the everyday lives of its citizens. Throughout, Wilder uses metatheatrical devices, setting the play in the actual theatre where it is being performed. The main character is the stage manager of the theatre who directly addresses the audience, brings in guest lecturers, fields questions from the audience, and fills in playing some of the roles. The play is performed without a set on a mostly bare stage. With a few exceptions, the actors mime actions without the use of props. Our Town was first performed at McCarter Theatre in Princeton, New Jersey in 1938.It later went on to success on Broadway and won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It remains popular today and revivals are frequent.

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King Solomons Mines Audiobook

King Solomons Mines

Author: H. Rider Haggard Narrator: Michael Ward Release Date: May 2020

'What was it that you heard about my brother's journey at Bamangwato?' asked Sir Henry, as I paused to fill my pipe before replying to Captain Good. 'I heard this,' I answered, 'and I have never mentioned it to a soul till to-day. I heard that he was starting for Solomon's Mines.' 'Solomon's Mines?' ejaculated both my hearers at once. 'Where are they?' ... And so begins the adventure of Allan Quatermain, Sir Henry Curtis and Captain Good as they penetrate into the unknown regions of South Africa in search of a missing brother, and the fabulous wealth, said to still reside in 'King Solomon's Mines'. First published in September 1885 amid considerable fanfare, with billboards and posters around London announcing it as 'The Most Amazing Book Ever Written', this tale of action and adventure by Sir H. Rider Haggard was released in 1885 and became an immiediate best seller.

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Fuenteovejuna Audiobook


Author: Lope De Vega Narrator: Varios Narradores Release Date: May 2020

- Este audiolibro está narrado en Español neutral. Fuente Ovejuna es un pequeño pueblo que está bajo el dominio del Comendador, Fernán Gómez de Guzmán. El comendador es conocido como un hombre cruel y sin escrúpulos, no respeta las leyes y abusa de su poder, traicionando así los principios feudales y comportándose como un tirano. La historia comienza cuando una joven mujer del pueblo llamada Laurencia quiere contraer matrimonio con el joven llamado Frondoso. Pero un día todo cambia, cuando Laurencia se encuentra en el bosque con el Comendador, quien forcejea con ella al querer llevarla a la fuerza al palacio y poseerla... Fuenteovejuna es una obra teatral insigne del Siglo de Oro español, escrita por el dramaturgo Lope de Vega y compuesta por tres actos. Publicada en 1619, representa una de las comedias más complejas y un clásico de la literatura española. La obra se basa en un episodio histórico de 1476 que ocurrió en Fuente Obejuna, un pueblo en la provincia de Córdoba, cuando sus habitantes, cansados de soportar los abusos del señor feudal, se rebelan unánimemente contra él. Así, el famoso episodio fue recreado e inmortalizado por Lope de Vega siglo y medio después en una obra cuya tensión y fuerza dramática cautiva y emociona al lector. Esta obra se ha convertido en un símbolo de la unión de un pueblo contra la opresión y los abusos del poder.

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The Mill on the Floss: A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation Audiobook

The Mill on the Floss: A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation

Author: George Eliot Narrator: Anna Maxwell Martin, Jack Farthing, Joanna Vanderham Release Date: May 2020

George Eliot’s classic Victorian epic about a brother and sister pitted against one another in love and life, starring Anna Maxwell Martin Based on George Eliot’s own rural upbringing and relationship with her estranged brother, The Mill on the Floss is a powerful, dynamic tale of familial rejection, sibling rivalry and what happens when the head confronts the heart. Growing up at Dorlcote Mill in the beautiful English countryside, young Maggie yearns for approval and affection. With her dark, striking looks and quick intelligence she is the misfit of the Tulliver family, and while her father dotes on her, her mother despairs of her rebelliousness. But it is the love of her stolid, dutiful brother Tom that Maggie craves most, and despite their opposing natures, the two forge a close bond. But as adults, their paths diverge. Following their father’s bankruptcy, Tom leaves school and enters the world of business, determined to repay the family’s debts and regain their home.Maggie, meanwhile, is drawn to two very different men: kindred spirit Philip Wakem, the son of her father's enemy, and the charming, seductive Stephen Guest, already promised to her cousin, Lucy. As she struggles to reconcile passion and loyalty, the choices Maggie makes will set her against her beloved brother – with tragic consequences... This stunning adaption is full of humour and high drama, and features a rich, filmic soundscape. Also included is bonus programme Free Thinking: George Eliot’s Mill on the Floss, hosted by Shahidha Bari, in which writer Rebecca Mead, actor Fiona Shaw and academics Dafydd Mills Daniel, Philip Davis and Peggy Reynolds discuss the background to Eliot’s much-loved 1860 novel and read selected extracts. Cast George Eliot, the Narrator ….. Anna Maxwell Martin Young Maggie ….. Amy-Jayne Leigh Young Tom ….. Oliver Zetterstrom Young Lucy ….. Grace Doherty Mr Tulliver ….. Roger Ringrose Mrs Tulliver ….. Alison Belbin Maggie ….. Joanna Vanderham Tom ….. Will Kirk Lucy ….. Ell Potter Philip ….. Chris Lew Kum Hoi Stephen ….. Jack Farthing Mrs Moss ….. Heather Craney Mr Wakem ….. John Dougall Mrs Glegg ….. Elizabeth Counsell Mr Stelling ….. John Lightbody Dr Kenn ….. Hasan Dixon Luke/Bob ….. Kurtis Lowe Keiza/Sally ….. Bettrys Jones Written by George Eliot Adapted by Rhiannon Tise Produced and directed by Tracey Neale Studio Managers: Keith Graham, Mike Etherden, Jenni Burnett & Alison Craig Production Co-Ordinator: Anne Isger First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 6-17 April 2020 Free Thinking: George Eliot’s Mill on the Floss Presented by Shahidha Bari With Rebecca Mead, Fiona Shaw, Dafydd Mills Daniel, Philip Davis and Peggy Reynolds Produced by Fiona McLean

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Middlemarch: A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation Audiobook

Middlemarch: A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation

Author: George Eliot Narrator: Charles Edwards, John Heffernan, Juliet Aubrey, Olivia Vinall Release Date: May 2020

George Eliot's beloved story of life, love and politics in an English town A jewel in the classic literature crown, Middlemarch was selected as one of the BBC’s ‘100 Novels That Shaped Our World’. Its epic arc takes in politics, tragedy, romance and comedy, interweaving multiple narratives to make up a thrilling ensemble tale. Set in the 1830s, this ‘study of provincial life’ introduces us to young, idealistic Dorothea Brooke, who accepts a proposal from scholarly Edward Casaubon, hoping to forge a loving partnership of intellectual equals. But on honeymoon in Rome, she swiftly becomes disillusioned. Trapped in an unhappy marriage, she finds solace in her friendship with Casaubon’s cousin, Will Ladislaw – only for her controlling husband to suspect her of betrayal, and set out to test her loyalty. Meanwhile, mayor’s son Fred Vincy embarks on a steep economic learning curve, risking his burgeoning relationship with Mary Garth. When he contracts typhoid, he is treated by the town’s new medical man, Tertius Lydgate, who becomes drawn to Fred’s sister, Rosamond. Eager to win her hand, the doctor seeks help from the wealthy Mr Bulstrode – a decision he will come to regret... As their stories shift, viewpoints twist together and lives collide and realign in a compelling ‘convergence of human lots’ that shows us an entire world in microcosm. Juliet Aubrey stars as the Narrator, George Eliot, with Olivia Vinall as Dorothea, Charles Edwards as Casaubon and John Heffernan as Dr Lydgate. Also featured is a bonus edition of In Our Time, in which Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss George Eliot’s classic novel, described by Virginia Woolf as ‘one of the few English novels written for grown-up people'. Cast and credits The Narrator, George Eliot – Juliet Aubrey Dorothea – Olivia Vinall Edward Casaubon – Charles Edwards Dr Lydgate – John Heffernan Will Ladislaw – Joseph Quinn Arthur Brooke/Caleb Garth/Mr Trumball – Neil McCaul Sir James Chettam – Hugh Skinner Rev Farebrother – Miles Jupp Nicholas Bulstrode – Adrian Scarborough Celia – Lucy Reynolds Peter Featherstone/Standish/John Raffles – Clive Hayward Fred Vincy/Auction bidder – Will Kirk Rosamond – Laura Christy Mr Vincy/Mr Bambridge – Rick Warden Mrs Cadwallader/Mrs Plymdale – Jessica Turner Adolf Naumann/Barman – Adam Courting Dr Hawley/Clerk – Greg Jones Servant/Mrs Abel – Sinead MacInnes Tantripp/Mary Garth – Scarlett Courtney Mrs Garth – Alison Belbin Letty Garth – Grace Doherty Farmer/Mr Hopkins – Ikky Elyas Tertius Lydgate – John Heffernan Harriet Bulstrode – Rosie Cavaliero Mrs Vincy/Farebrother’s aunt – Heather Craney Written by George Eliot Adapted by Katie Hims Directed by Jessica Dromgoole and Tracey Neale First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 23 November-7 December 2019

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Jane Eyre Audiobook

Jane Eyre

Author: Emily Bronte Narrator: Alison Larkin Release Date: May 2020

‰ÛÏNarrating the story of Jane Eyre showed me that the bravery it takes for an unwanted orphan to forge her own path in life was as great in 1847 as it is today.‰Û (Alison Larkin) The epic love story of the plain, unwanted orphan with an indomitable spirit who becomes a great romantic heroine despite all odds still resonates with millions of fans all over the world. In this brilliant, highly accessible recording, award-winning narrator Alison Larkin draws on her own adoption experience to bring Charlotte Bronte‰Ûªs story to authentic new life. After being subjected to cruelty in her foster home and at boarding school, Jane becomes a governess in the home of the mysterious, sarcastic and deadly attractive Mr. Rochester who harbors a terrible secret‰Û_ Exclusively for Audible, this recording is followed by three poems by Charlotte Bronte. Alison Larkin is the best-selling author of The English American, an autobiographical novel about an adopted English woman who finds her birth parents in the US and the award-winning narrator of over 200 audiobooks including The Complete Novels by Jane Austen, other classic narrations include Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass; Fairytales of the Fiercer Sex by the Brothers Grimm, et al; The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett; Peter Pan & the Inconsiderate Waiter; and Agatha Christie's The Secret Adversary.

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Cherry Orchard, The - Anton Chekhov Audiobook

Cherry Orchard, The - Anton Chekhov

Author: Anton Chekhov Narrator: Multiple Narrators Release Date: May 2020

The Cherry Orchard  is the last play by Russian playwright Anton Chekhov. Written in 1903, it was first published by Znaniye (Book Two, 1904), and came out as a separate edition later that year in Saint Petersburg, via A.F. Marks Publishers. It opened at the Moscow Art Theatre on 17 January 1904 in a production directed by Konstantin Stanislavski. Chekhov described the play as a comedy, with some elements of farce, though Stanislavski treated it as a tragedy. Since its first production, directors have contended with its dual nature. It is often identified as one of the three or four outstanding plays by Chekhov, along with The Seagull, Three Sisters, and Uncle Vanya. The play revolves around an aristocratic Russian landowner who returns to her family estate (which includes a large and well-known cherry orchard) just before it is auctioned to pay the mortgage. Unresponsive to offers to save the estate, she allows its sale to the son of a former serf; the family leaves to the sound of the cherry orchard being cut down. The story presents themes of cultural futility – both the futile attempts of the aristocracy to maintain its status and of the bourgeoisie to find meaning in its newfound materialism.[citation needed] It dramatizes the socio-economic forces in Russia at the turn of the 20th century, including the rise of the middle class after the abolition of serfdom in the mid-19th century and the decline of the power of the aristocracy. 

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Noches blancas Audiobook

Noches blancas

Author: Fiódor Dostoyevski Narrator: Varios Narradores Release Date: May 2020

- Este audiolibro está narrado en Español neutral. '¡Dios mío! ¡Un minuto entero de felicidad! ¿Acaso es poco para toda una vida humana...?' Durante una noche blanca en San Petersburgo, fenómeno que se da durante el solsticio de verano y a causa del cual la oscuridad nunca es completa, un joven solitario e introvertido conoce de forma accidental a Nástenka, una joven y bella muchacha. La aparición de la joven ilumina su existencia con un fulgor trágico, y el hecho de haber presentido el amor en sus primeras y sinceras conversaciones son suficientes para que el joven soñador se considere un bienaventurado. El joven narra que tras el primer encuentro, ambos desconocidos deciden encontrarse durante las cuatro noches siguientes, con la condición de que él no se enamore de ella. Así comienzan las largas noches blancas en las que Nástenka relata su triste historia de vida, y en las que tienen conversaciones que tratan de forma sutil y envolvente sobre las grandes pasiones que mueven al ser humano: el amor y el desamor, la ilusión, la esperanza y el desengaño. A pesar de que el protagonista cree haber encontrado el alivio tan esperado a su soledad, el destino indicaba que se tenían que separar... Sin embargo, la efímera felicidad de las noches blancas le devolvió la ilusión y la esperanza, junto con el gran aprendizaje de amar libremente.

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El forastero misterioso Audiobook

El forastero misterioso

Author: Mark Twain Narrator: Varios Narradores Release Date: May 2020

- Este audiolibro está narrado en Español neutral. La vida en Saint Petersburg, un pequeño pueblo situado a orillas del Mississippi, al suroeste de Estados Unidos, es tan tranquila que incluso puede resultar aburrida. Pero Tom Sawyer, un muchacho curioso y travieso, se entretiene con cualquier hecho cotidiano, como pintar una valla, o no tan cotidiano, como perseguir a un malvado asesino o ir en busca de un tesoro, acompañado de su inseparable amigo Huck. Así, Tom es un niño idealista y sensible que cree en la justicia y Huck es un fiel defensor de la libertad, quien, al haber sido abandonado por sus padres, vaga por las calles y es cuestionado por la mirada prejuiciosa de los adultos. Esta novela narra algunos días de la vida de Tom Sawyer y las aventuras que vive con sus amigos, entre ellas: las travesuras infantiles en la escuela; los juegos en el bosque; el intento de cumplir el sueño de convertirse en pirata para buscar tesoros; y ser testigos de un horroroso crimen. En esta obra Mark Twain despliega un estilo de escritura asociada al humor y a la crítica de las costumbres morales de su época. Con una mirada irónica, Twain es capaz de fascinar a lectores de cualquier edad con las hazañas de Tom, uno de los personajes más emblemáticos de la literatura estadounidense, siendo esta es una obra que no olvidará ningún lector joven y que hará sonreír al adulto.

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El sueño del príncipe Audiobook

El sueño del príncipe

Author: Fiódor Dostoyevski Narrator: Varios Narradores Release Date: May 2020

- Este audiolibro está narrado en Español neutral. En la ciudad de Mordasoff, Marya Aleksandrovna Moskalyova, una ambiciosa mujer, intenta casar a su hija Zina, de veintitrés años con el adinerado y noble anciano Príncipe 'K', quien tras haber volcado su carruaje pasa por la casa en la que ellas viven para que le asistan. Zina es considerada mayor para estar soltera y, entre las razones que explican por qué aún no se ha casado, la principal es el siniestro rumor sobre algunas extrañas relaciones que tuvo hace un año y medio con un pobre maestro de la escuela del distrito. Reticente a los deseos de su madre, Zina entorpece la situación mientras su madre continúa con su plan con persuasión y astucia. El sueño del príncipe plantea una farsa que combina lo satírico y lo grotesco, con lo patético y sentimental. Es una novela corta escrita en 1859, y trata, con un gran sentido del humor, varios de los temas que obsesionaban a Dostoyevski tales como la exploración de la vida rusa, lo ocultos y las maniobras psicológicas reveladas en el comportamiento humano.

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