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Pride And Prejudice

De : Jane Austen
Lu par : Emma Messenger
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    Description

    Austen’s heroine Elizabeth Bennet deals with the issues of manners, upbringing, morality, education, and marriage in the society of the landed gentry of early 19th-century England. Austen at her wittiest.

    Public Domain (P)2013 Trout Lake Media

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    • Kate
    • 06/04/2013

    The voice work is too enthusiastic

    The narrator starts out enthusiastically, delivering an excited Mrs. Bennet at the prospect of an aristocrat moving to her town and maybe some day marrying one of her daughters. But then all of the characters' lines are delivered with almost the same enthusiasm throughout the book. You'd think that Jane Austen ended every other sentence with an exclamation mark. I'm not a huge fan.

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    • Riley A. Vann
    • 09/02/2013

    Great Book Made Better by the Perfect Narrator

    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    Not to be reductive of a very important book, but this provides the storylines for every single romantic comedy and high school drama ever made. The characters are very compelling.

    Which scene was your favorite?

    There are far too many great scenes to say there was one best, but one of the most memorable was Mr. Collins' proposal to Elizabeth Bennet. Her refusal and his mental contortions to make himself believe that she really wasn't saying no was hilarious.

    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    No tears yet, but plenty of laughter. Mrs. Bennet and Mr. Collins are both perfect comic relief.

    Any additional comments?

    Audiobooks aren't a replacement for reading obviously, but at their best they can bring those books to life in interesting ways. Emma Messenger manages to do that with Pride and Prejudice beautifully. The depth and timbre of her voice make the listen a true pleasure.

    Even more than her voice, however, is her voice acting which makes the fascinating characters of the novel truly come to life. Her shrill, loud Mrs. Bennet helps bring out all the comic awfulness of her personality. Even better, in my mind, was the self-important harrumphing of Mr. Collins. The deep, dramatic breaths she would give him before every mention of Lady Catherine de Bourgh truly brought to life the ridiculousness of his character.

    Emma Messenger is quickly becoming one of my favorite readers and I hope she continues to read titles for Audible.com.

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    • Adam
    • 11/03/2013

    Hilarious

    Emma Messanger gives an extremely, entertaining narration of this incredible book. Very lovely voice and dramatic inflection.

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    • Michelle W
    • 19/07/2015

    High pitched mother voice

    I really enjoyed the story, but the narrators version of the mother's voice gave me a headache. Very high pitched louder than the others and gave me a headache. Took me a few different sitting to get through this just because I couldn't stand the mother voice.

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    • Julie
    • 17/09/2014

    Fantastic story; subpar narration

    That Pride and Prejudice is wonderful is not news. Anyone who appreciates novels of wit, intelligence, and manners has probably encountered it already.

    I'm writing this review to comment upon the narration which unfortunately was not up to the standards of the novel. It was often difficult to tell minor characters apart. For example the two Bingley sisters sounded almost the same and in rapid-fire dialog it was impossible to discern who was talking. Although the narrator was quite good conveying enthusiasm and animation, she fell into an unfortunate pattern when reading straight descriptions. Every sentence began to sound just like the last as her voice rose and fell in the same way from line to line.

    Also, this should be marked as an abridged copy. Or perhaps it is simply very badly proofed. At one point I was having trouble following fast dialogue and picked up the book to get a handle on who was talking. That is when I discovered the narrator would omit occasional words (such as, "said Mr. Bingley"). This is inexcusable.

    If I'd have picked this up from LibriVox as the work of a talented amateur it would have been fine. As something offered from Audible it is reprehensible. Only the extreme low cost offsets the many flaws. And even then one is not sure that is enough to excuse it.

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    • Bailie
    • 05/11/2013

    Wonderful

    Would you consider the audio edition of Pride And Prejudice to be better than the print version?

    I have read Pride and Prejudice multiple times and thought this portrayal was spot on- Emma Messenger really captures the characters with the different voices she does. The voice used for Mrs. Bennett in particular was just perfect.

    Which character – as performed by Emma Messenger – was your favorite?

    My favorite character in the book is Elizabeth Bennett- a strong, opinionated and confident woman. But while Mrs. Bennett is an obnoxious woman, Emmas portrayal was so perfect it made me actually enjoy hearing all the foolish things she says.

    Any additional comments?

    This is my favorite book and having the audio edition to listen to while I work out is great-- I highly recommend this particular version because it really gives you the full Pride and Prejudice experience.

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    • Emily Rosequist
    • 25/05/2016

    Favorite narrator, of three!

    Love this story! I come back to it when I want to take a break from new material or a different book. I bought it from Audible three different times with different narrators, and this version is the best.

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    • Shom
    • 18/03/2013

    Excellent

    Almost everyone has read Pride and Prejudice, so why should you buy this audiobook? Buy it for Emma Messenger. She's done a superb, superb job. Great vocal modulation, a warm, easy style, and the characters really come alive. Recommended.

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    • Elizabeth
    • 11/03/2013

    Pride & Prejudice An Awesome Read!

    Would you consider the audio edition of Pride And Prejudice to be better than the print version?

    Yes

    What other book might you compare Pride And Prejudice to and why?

    N/A

    What about Emma Messenger’s performance did you like?

    Love How Emma Acted Out Each Parts!

    If you could rename Pride And Prejudice, what would you call it?

    No Need To Rename It.

    Any additional comments?

    I hardly have time to read an actual book. Being able to work and clean house while listening to a book has been wonderful I enjoyed the old time setting of the book an how Emma Messenger Brings the book to life it's quiet wonderful.

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    • Fajola Wenders
    • 07/02/2014

    Entertaining, Delightful, Scrumptiously Delectable

    If you could sum up Pride And Prejudice in three words, what would they be?

    Charming, Captivating, and Insightful !

    What did you like best about this story?

    It gave me insights into a society that was bounded much by decorum, aristocracy, and a strong sense of moral code. It made me appreciate the importance of manners and measured communication in human relationships. It is interesting to note that while communication was proper and formal and somewhat restraint, the manner in which the men in the stories would suddenly propose marriage in an effusive manner to women they hardly knew was wildly surprising and somewhat entertaining.

    Have you listened to any of Emma Messenger’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    This is the first time I was acquainted with Emma Messenger - her dramatic reading of the lines and her rendition of the characters, particularly Mrs Bennett, Mr Collins, and Lady Catherine was unique and entertaining. My appreciation of the novel was enhanced by Emma Messenger's passionate but thoughtful reading of the story. I would certainly buy another book, read by Ms Messenger, regardless of the book's content.

    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    No. Because the language was somewhat formal and traditional and that the length of the entire audiobook was 14 over hours, it would have been hard to listen to everything in one sitting. But I found myself being drawn to the insights that the author had given us about the characters and the rather unusual and unique choice of words.

    Any additional comments?

    Initially I was concerned about the length of the novel and the language used might not sustain my interest - but i was wrong. I found myself being engaged, enthralled,and enlightened by this book. No wonder this book has sold more than 20 million copies since it was first published. And i can't believe that I am actually looking forward to listening to another unabridged audio book by Jane Austen.

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    • Nadine
    • 03/02/2015

    lovely

    Emma Messenger is awesome. Always loved Pride and Prejudice but she brought it to life.

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    • 25/07/2018

    Timeless Classic

    Well, Jane Austen's "pride and prejudice" is a timeless classic. So, there is not really a point of discussing the content of this audiobook. When it comes to Jane Austen, everyone seems to have their own mind and ideas what makes her stories so special, timeless and worth keeping canonical. For me, it is the way the reader gets lured into the world and point of view of family B by the narrator...and consequently, has to realize that he or she, the reader himself, is guilty of pride and prejudice. And this is exactly what Emma Messenger's reading conveys. While some characters appear to be read rather shrill and unbearable you soon grow to love them, their quirks, their whimsical ideas and voices - just to realize at the end that you had it right from the beginning. Get yourselves a big hot cuppa tea, get comfy in your favorite chair and wrapped in a nice blanket and enjoy 14 hours of hoping, fearing, sympathy and, ultimately, questioning your own character.

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    • Yv
    • 14/02/2018

    FANTASTIC!

    A beautiful story. I love the deep inside in character and thoughts, expressed amazingly catchy in words.
    The intonation of the speaker is very real and perfect.

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    • CliffBarnes
    • 19/07/2017

    Ich finde: sensationell vorgelesen

    Auf welchen Platz würden Sie Pride And Prejudice auf Ihrer Hörbuch-Bestenliste setzen?
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    Was mochten Sie an der Handlung am liebsten?
    Das Mitgefühl von Lizzy für Jane

    Wie hat Ihnen Emma Messenger als Sprecher gefallen? Warum?
    Emma Messenger differenziert die vielen Personen für mich ausreichend gut. Außergewöhnlich gut und schrill spricht sie Mrs. Bennet: dies finde ich ihrem Charakter sehr angemessen.
    Ebenfalls wunderbar finde ich stimmliche Charakterisierung von Mr. Collins.

    Beim Hören habe ich mir mehrfach gewünscht, Jane Austen hätte mehr Dialoge mit Mrs. Bennet und mit Mr. Collins geschrieben.

    Wenn Sie dieses Hörbuch verfilmen könnten wie würde der Slogan dazu lauten?
    Verschiedene Charaktere in einer kleinen Welt

    Was wäre für andere Hörer sonst noch hilfreich zu wissen, um das Hörbuch richtig einschätzen zu können?
    Mit hat es sehr geholfen, die Hörproben von verschiedenen Sprechern zu hören. Mein erster Eindruck, dass Emma Messenger die Ironie des Romanes angemessen umsetzt, hat sich mehr als bestätigt.

    Ich mag es, immer wieder mal in diese Lesung reinzuhören.

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    • Bookworm
    • 02/05/2017

    Leider ganz schlecht gelesen

    Pride und Prejudice ist einer der schönsten Romane der Weltliteratur. Das Werk besticht mit satirischen Beobachtungen, geistvollen Reflexionen und äußerst witzigen Dialogen,
    Die Sprecherin macht hier aber aus einem Text, der so leicht und locker ist wie ein fluffiges Soufflé, einen pampigen Erbseneintopf. Sie trägt den federleichten Text vor wie ein Kinderbuch für Vorschulkinder. Die Charaktere sind vollkommen überzeichnet, Mrs Bennets Kreischen ist kaum zu ertragen.
    Schade. Gerade dieses Buch hätte einen besseren Vortrag verdient.