The greatest excerpts from classic literary texts on the theme of marriage. Featured are Jane Austen's classic tale of arrogance and self-realization Pride and Prejudice; Thomas Hardy's masterpiece Tess of the D'Urbervilles, in which a shameful secret from the past threatens to shatter an already complicated relationship; and the illuminating Aesop's fable 'The Man and His Two Wives'.
Marriage is both a form of devotion and bondage. It can be a decision based on obligation, privilege, or love, and our classic authors manage to make the subject of marriage entirely relevant for modern listeners. In addition, we present these literary greats mixed beautifully with some of the world's most famous and loved classical music. Now you can enjoy these best-selling literary greats whenever you like, with Classic Compilations.
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