(P) Books on Tape, Inc.
This recording was originally produced for Books-on-Tape in 1976, no re-engineering, and it sounds it. Compared to today's audio books, it might as well be a wax cylinder. Highly *not* recommended if you care about sound quality.
Dickens. 19th Century America. Caring, Sensitive, yet stuck in the confines of his time. The piece about Easton prison so echoes the tale of two cities, you will shudder in horror.
Realities of transportation illuminate the cultural realities of our country in that time in a way history cannot.
Going from prison to poorhouse to orphanage from town to town is a funny but revealing way to travel.
Read all the way to the post-script.
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