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  • Burning Bright: A Play in Story Form | John Steinbeck,John Ditsky

    Burning Bright: A Play in Story Form

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 53 mins)
    • By John Steinbeck, John Ditsky
    • Narrated By Richard Poe

    The last of John Steinbeck's play-novelettes, Burning Bright was the author's final attempt after 1937's Of Mice and Men and 1942's The Moon is Down to create what he saw as a new, experimental literary form. Four scenes, four people: the husband who yearns for a son, ignorant of his own sterility; the wife who commits adultery to fulfill her husband's wish; the father of the child; and the outsider whose actions will affect them all.

  • Another City, Not My Own: A Novel in the Form of a Memoir | Dominick Dunne

    Another City, Not My Own: A Novel in the Form of a Memoir

    • ABRIDGED (5 hrs and 17 mins)
    • By Dominick Dunne
    • Narrated By Dominick Dunne

    Writer, journalist and chronicler of justice as it relates to the rich and famous, Gus Bailey, like the movers and shakers of Los Angeles, is drawn into the vortex of the O. J. Simpson trial. By day, he is a fixture at the lawyers, the journalists, the hangers-on, and even the judge. By night, he is courted by the most celebrated hosts, from Kirk Douglas to Heidi Fleiss, from Elizabeth Taylor to Nancy Reagan, who delight in the hottest news from the corridors of the courtroom.

    Susan says: "Aother City not My Own"
  • The Sunset Limited: A Novel in Dramatic Form | Cormac McCarthy

    The Sunset Limited: A Novel in Dramatic Form

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 42 mins)
    • By Cormac McCarthy
    • Narrated By Austin Pendleton, Ezra Knight, Tom Stechschulte

    In a small apartment, Black and White, as the two men are known, begin a conversation that leads each back through his own history, mining the origins of two fundamentally opposing world views. White is a professor whose seemingly enviable existence of relative ease has left him nonetheless in despair. Black, an ex-con and ex-addict, is the more hopeful of the menthough he is just as desperate to convince White of the power of faith as White is desperate to deny it.

    Wilfredo says: "Wow"
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