• Singing-Woman from the Wood's Edge, The by MILLAY, Edna St. Vincent

    LibriVox volunteers bring you eight different recordings of The Singing-Woman from the Wood's Edge, by Edna St. Vincent Millay, to celebrate Halloween. This was the weekly poetry project for the week of October 29th, 2006.

  • Short Science Fiction Collection 036 by VARIOUS

    Science Fiction is speculative literature that generally explores the consequences of ideas which are roughly consistent with nature and scientific method, but are not facts of the author’s contemporary world. The stories often represent philosophical thought experiments presented in entertaining ways. Protagonists typically “think” rather than “shoot” their way out of problems, but the definition is flexible because there are no limits on an author’s imagination. The reader-selected stories presented here were written prior to 1962 and became US public domain texts when their copyrights expired. (Summary by Gregg Margarite)

  • Schreiben was das Herz befiehlt

    50 Gedichte aus den Jahren 1994 bis 2005 werden vom Autor in 50 Podcasts vorgetragen. Die Gedichte werden nicht interpretiert und bieten dem Zuhörer einen Einblick in die Lebenswelt des Autors.

  • Philip Dru: Administrator by HOUSE, Edward M.

    Philip Dru: Administrator: a Story of Tomorrow, 1920-1935 is a futuristic political novel published anonymously in 1912 by Edward Mandell House, an American diplomat, politician and presidential foreign policy advisor. His book's hero leads the democratic western U.S. in a civil war against the plutocratic East, and becomes the dictator of America. Dru as dictator imposes a series of reforms that resemble the Bull Moose platform of 1912 and then vanishes. (Summary by wikipedia)This project was proof listened by Barry Eads and TriciaG.

  • Podcasts – Sheldrake on Shakespeare

    James Sheldrake, jack of all literary trades, attempts to say something valuable about each of Shakespeare's plays in handy 15-minute instalments.

  • Misérables Vol. 5, Les by HUGO, Victor

    This is book 5 of 5. -- An ex-convict breaks parole and starts a new life as a righteous man, but is pursued by a police inspector. Along the way, the ex-convict joins a revolution, adopts a daughter, and beats people up. Hooray. (Summary by smileyman457)

  • Master of Mysteries, A by MEADE, L. T. and EUSTACE, Robert

    "It so happened that the circumstances of fate allowed me to follow my own bent in the choice of a profession. From my earliest youth the weird, the mysterious had an irresistible fascination for me. Having private means, I resolved to follow my unique inclinations, and I am now well known to all my friends as a professional exposer of ghosts, and one who can clear away the mysteries of most haunted houses....I propose in these pages to relate the histories of certain queer events, enveloped at first in mystery, and apparently dark with portent, but, nevertheless, when grappled with in the true spirit of science, capable of explanation." - from the Introduction to "A Master of Mysteries"

  • Lord of Death and the Queen of Life, The by FLINT, Homer Eon

    A doctor, an architect, an engineer, and a geologist step into a space car. In their new invention, they set off on an expediton to Mercury, planning to visit Venus on the return voyage. On Mercury they find a strange city eerily abandoned. Sculptures of giant figures alarm them. In a building they discover a machine. The engineer gets it running, and blaring out of the machine a thundering voice speaking Mercurian begins to sound in a way that conveys to them that it is telling a story. After an enormous effort the men translate the audio book. Here is the story translated from the Mercurian’s recording explaining what happened to him, and the story of the space travelers of what happened next. (Summary by A. Gramour)

  • Leseraum

    Hörbuchproduktion in Podcastform. In jeder Folge wird ein neues Kapitel eingelesen. Wenn alle Kapitel des Buches eingelesen sind, gibt es das komplette Hörbuch als Download.

  • On The Seashore by SMITH, R. Cadwallader

    This gifted nature writer who is so good at describing animals and their habitat and habits here gives us a look at many of the fascinating creatures that can be found on the seashore. Starfish, the many types of crabs, shrimp, sea weed and finally something called the Precious Wentletrap which I will allow your imagination to think about for a while. His writing is clear and, as always, easy to read. Note that these are presented as educational 'lessons' on the various animals found near the sea and each lesson or chapter ends with a few questions called 'Exercises' which the student is asked to see if the main points of the chapter are retained. These questions have been include in the audiobook at the end of each chapter (Summary by Phil Chenevert)


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