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  • Tom Brown's Schooldays | Thomas Hughes

    Tom Brown's Schooldays

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By Thomas Hughes
    • Narrated By Hugh Bonneville
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    The story of young Tom Brown's seemingly hideous years spent at rugby school and his spirited and astonishingly stalwart response to the institutionalised bullying prevalent at the 'Great' British public schools became exactly the campaigning tool its author hoped it would. The regimes at these schools had been largely unchallenged, with the assumption being that the education and training received were the best.

    Simon says: "An entertaining story, and well read"
  • Tom Brown's Schooldays | Thomas Hughes

    Tom Brown's Schooldays

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By Thomas Hughes
    • Narrated By Jamie Parker
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    Tom Brown's Schooldays is the story of an energetic, good-hearted boy and his adventures at public school. Based on the author's own childhood, the novel presents us with a snapshot of life at Victorian public school as we follow Tom's development from a boy to a young man. Tom must fend off his archenemy, the bully Flashman, and take a younger boy under his wing - through which he learns loyalty, courage, and brotherhood.

  • David Livingstone | Thomas Hughes

    David Livingstone

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Thomas Hughes
    • Narrated By Frederick Davidson
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    Born in an overcrowded slum in Scotland in 1813, David Livingstone worked 12-hour days in a cotton factory from age 10 to 24. But a pamphlet by Karl Gutzlaff changed his life. Resolved to become a missionary, he applied himself to medicine, self-educating and eventually qualifying as a doctor.

    John says: "Poorly written"
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