(P)1995 The Audio Partners Publishing Group
"[Moll Flanders'] story is written with breathless directness by Defoe and is read in an equally straightforward fashion by Janet Suzman. The literary conventions of the period required characters to explain their emotions in detail, and Suzman enters into the spirit of these extended explanations, adding depth to Defoe's clunky prose with her vivid tone and pacing." (AudioFile)
janet suzman is the ideal reader of this text - she brings moll alive and makes the book a pleasure. i'd love to hear more from her.
The narrator's wonderful pacing and inflections gave atmosphere. The title character comes across as genuine and likeable. The narrator really made the title character come alive.
I love to travel and train dogs. I can't seem to find the time to sit down and read so I listen while I'm on my way to...well...anywhere!
what a life
1st time to listen to Janet Suzman.
I liked the end when she was remorseful of her life-style and then the Goodness of God over took her.
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