Edith Wharton’s Ethan Frome is an elegiac and intensely affecting story about love, responsibility, and the tragic consequences that ensue when they find themselves at odds. It tells the story of the titular Ethan Frome, a man torn between his ill and ill-natured wife and her bright young cousin, with whom he shares a kinship rarely and deeply felt.
Actor Irene Worth performs this gripping audiobook, her voice equal parts tremulous and stern, a perfect fit for straight-laced principles of Frome’s old-fashioned world, which find themselves strained to breaking in the course of the novel. Worth has a keen sense for the ebb and flow of this work, and handles its escalating intensity with aplomb.
©2009 Public Domain; (P)2009 Audio Holdings, LLC
Old Testament, Sad
The sled ride.
Loved the sound of her pronouncing those difficult words. They made sense when she narrated the story.
no, but could have
Found a fun way to enjoy the classics without wading through those difficult words we don't use anymore or have different meanings in our times
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