Oscar Wilde's finest short stories, read by Sir Laurence Olivier and Basil Rathbone, including 'Lord Arthur Savile's Crime', 'The Devoted Friend', and 'The Selfish Giant'.
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I gave it one star because of the inadequate sound of the audio. The actors' voices in Lord Arthur Sevile's crime sounded muffled and distant. I mean you can't do this to Audible listeners! Why on earth include the works if the rendition sound is close to mute! It would have been different with a film, because when you watch a video sequence the intensity/loudness increases even if the sound is poor because of the background noise, for instance.
OK, in short, I'm disappointed.
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