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    • The Edge of Darkness

    • De : James Goldsworthy
    • Lu par : Jonathan Keeble
    • Durée : 26 min
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    This book brings together two collections of poems. Part one of the book is a collection of pieces that I composed between February 2004 and December 2005. In February 2004 I learned that, due to an eye condition, I would eventually lose my sight, and these pieces reflect both my frustrations and sadness as I learned more about the condition and why it was happening.

    Prix : 3,55 €

    • The Great Poets: Matthew Arnold

    • De : Matthew Arnold
    • Lu par : Jonathan Keeble
    • Durée : 1 h et 18 min
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    Considered the bridge between romanticism and modernism, Matthew Arnold wrote verse that is simple, unadorned, and straightforward. From the hypnotic and beautiful lines of "Dover Beach" to the pastoral narrative of "The Scholar Gipsy", Arnold cast a gaze at the main intellectual issues of the 19th century while giving a timeless insight into man and nature. This collection covers his major poetic works, including the narrative poems, sonnets and elegiac poems, illuminating the lyricism and serenity of Arnold's best poetry.

    Prix : 10,39 €

    • Higher: The Complete Series 3

    • A BBC Radio 4 dramatisation
    • De : Joyce Bryant
    • Lu par : Sophie Thompson, Jeremy Swift, Jonathan Keeble
    • Durée : 2 h et 11 min
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    Higher: Episode 1: The Price of Partnership by Joyce Bryant.Teaching has become a dirty word at Hayborough University and when a new Dean of Research Development comes on board she urges partnerships abroad. So an international research centre for Pier and Wharf ethics is mooted. The only problem is the person sent to set it up - academic snob and sociopath, Professor David Poll. Everything seems to be going smoothly for the university until they realise the student they have recently expelled just happens to be the President of Epithea's son. Episode 2: Restructure by Joyce Bryant. The Vice Chancellor wants to restructure three departments into two, so one of the Deans is for the chop. Jim Blunt is determined it is not going to be him. But he hasn't reckoned on the Dean of Arts, baby faced killer Roland Keith Chubb. Meanwhile in Epithea David is preparing to launch his Centre for Pier and Wharf ethics. But the President keeps on mentioning 'Baksheesh'. Starring Sophie Thompson, Jeremy Swift and Jonathan Keeble.

    Prix : 12,28 €

    • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Dramatised)

    • De : L. Frank Baum
    • Lu par : Amelia Clarkson, Jonathan Keeble, Kevin Eldon, and others
    • Durée : 56 min
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    Here is Linda Marshall’s BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation of L Frank Baum's children's classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, originally broadcast as part of the BBC Christmas 2009 season.... When a tornado strikes her farmhouse in Kansas, young Dorothy and her dog, Toto, are lifted to the magical Land of Oz, the strange home of the Munchkins. There she embarks upon a perilous journey to find the wonderful Wizard of Oz and a way back home.

    Prix : 8,18 €

    • La Vita Nuova [The New Life]

    • De : Dante Alighieri
    • Lu par : Jonathan Keeble
    • Durée : 2 h et 23 min
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    Written in alternating prose and poetry, La Vita Nuova is a profound reflection on the nature of love, devoted to Dante's muse Beatrice. Following Beatrice's death in 1290, Dante became obsessed with the young Florentine woman, whom he only ever knew from a distance. He believed his love for her was a form of divine love and saw her as an image of salvation itself - a theme that is later explored in his masterpiece The Divine Comedy, where she guides him through heaven.

    Prix : 5,97 €