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  • Macbeth

    "Enjoyable all-cast performance"

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    I greatly enjoyed listening to this full-cast performance. There was great chemistry between the lead cast Mr. Marsters and Mrs. Whalley which sparked the story.
    The sound effects were appropriate and didn't distract. A few of the male voices sounded similar, so sometimes it took a while to distinguish the different characters (if you are not very familiar with the lines)
    All in all a production in the typical LATW quality and a bargain if you look at the price.

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  • "Three Cheers for Julius Caesar and ..."

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    I wish this had been around when I was in college. It is absolutely riveting. If you liked Shakespeare before you will appreciate it even more. If you were intimidated by Shakespeare you will find a new friend. There is a natural ebb and flow from the recited lines of the play by the twenty plus actors (yes I counted them) back to the guide who walks you through by gently pointing out the meaning of obscure words or phrases and by providing the historical backdrop that is sorely needed to appreciate the play. You get into the characters' mindset and actually feel an emotional bonding with them whether love or hate. For the grand finale you get a summary of the plot and some review questions for a potential exam. This recording will be enjoyed by college students and the general public. You won't be disappointed!

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    SmartPass Plus Audio Education Study Guide to Julius Caesar (Dramatised, Commentary Options)

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 48 mins)
    • By William Shakespeare, Simon Potter, David Cottis
    • Narrated By Joan Walker, Gregory Cox, Colin Campbell
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    The multi award-winning SmartPass study guide, with and without commentary options. This is a full-cast, unabridged performance with comprehensive commentary and analysis for any student to fully understand and appreciate the play. Soak up the atmosphere of ancient Rome. Decide for yourself whether Caesar's power and ambition was a threat to the Republic, and whether assassination can ever be justified.

    Richard says: "Three Cheers for Julius Caesar and SmartPass"

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ABRIDGED) by Alexander Ostrovsky Narrated by Alla Tarasova, Anastasia Zueva, Vsevolod Verbitsky, Vladimir Ershov, Ivan Kudryavtsev, Olga Labzina, Vasily Kachalov

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    Radiospektakl' Plutni Skapena po odnoimennoj p'ese Mol'era, napisannoj v 1670 godu. V otsutstvie roditelej, Oktav, syn Arganta, i Leandr, syn Zheronta, vljubilis': pervyj - v Giacintu, bednuju devushku neizvestnogo proishozhdenija, na kotoroj on tol'ko chto zhenilsja, a vtoroj - v moloduju cyganku Zerbinettu. Roditeli vozvrashhajutsja v Neapol', i u kazhdogo svoi brachnye plany otnositel'no svoih synovej. Oktav, opasajas' gneva otca, umoljaet o pomoshhi Skapena, slugu Leandra.

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ABRIDGED) by Maxim Gorky Narrated by Vasily Sofronov, Elena Granovskaya, Nikolay Korn, Olga Kaziko, Nina Olkhina, Anna Nikritina, Alexander Zhukov

    Enemies [Russian Edition]

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    • By Maxim Gorky
    • Narrated By Vasily Sofronov, Elena Granovskaya, Nikolay Korn, and others
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    Maksim Gor'kij - literaturnyj psevdonim Alekseja Maksimovicha Peshkova (1868 - 1936) - russkij pisatel', prozaik, dramaturg. Odin iz samyh znachitel'nyh i izvestnyh v mire russkih pisatelej i myslitelej. P'esa "Vragi" byla predstavlena chitateljam v 1906 godu v sbornike tovarishhestva "Znanie" i byla priznana pervym proizvedeniem, napisannym v zhanre socialisticheskogo realizma...

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