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  • The Inferno of Dante | Dante Alighieri,Robert Pinsky (translator)

    The Inferno of Dante

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Dante Alighieri, Robert Pinsky (translator)
    • Narrated By Seamus Heaney, Frank Bidart, Louise Glück, and others
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    (55)
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    This critically acclaimed translation was awarded the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Poetry and the Harold Morton Landon Translation Award given by the Academy of American Poets. Well versed, rapid, and various in style, the Inferno is narrated by Pinsky and three other leading poets: Seamus Heaney, Frank Bidart, and Louise Glück.

    craig says: "A great translation of the epic."
  • Max's Chocolate Chicken | Rosemary Wells

    Max's Chocolate Chicken

    • UNABRIDGED (4 mins)
    • By Rosemary Wells
    • Narrated By Louise Roberts
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    (50)
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    (29)
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    Max's overbearing big sister, Ruby, suggests that the chocolate chicken in the birdbath should go to the one who finds the most Easter eggs. But unflappable Max has other ideas.

    Tina says: "Sharing a gift"
  • The Way We Were | Sinéad Moriarty

    The Way We Were

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 11 mins)
    • By Sinéad Moriarty
    • Narrated By Alison McKenna, Daniel Weyman, Rachel Louise Miller, and others
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    Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of The Way We Were by Sinead Moriarty, read by Robert Portal, Rachel Louise Miller, Alison McKenna and Daniel Weyman. Alice and Ben are a couple like any other bound together by love, work, children, familiarity, and a shared sense of purpose. Arguing about the usual things, too - in-laws, whose career is more important, which of them is a soft touch with the children, who hates change and who craves it.

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