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  • The Black Death: The Pocket Essential Guide | Sean Martin

    The Black Death: The Pocket Essential Guide

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By Sean Martin
    • Narrated By Peta Masters
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    The Black Death is the name most commonly given to the pandemic of bubonic plague that ravaged the medieval world in the late 1340s. From Central Asia the plague swept through Europe, leaving millions of dead in its wake. Between a quarter and a third of Europe's population died. In England the population fell from nearly six million to just over three million. The Black Death was the greatest demographic disaster in European history.

    Sean says: "Factual overview, little analysis"
  • The Confidence Book | Gordon Lamont

    The Confidence Book

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 40 mins)
    • By Gordon Lamont
    • Narrated By Peta Masters
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    Few people lack confidence all the time, and many people are more confident with friends, or when practising a skill they know, such as working on a computer or cooking a meal. Yet, too often, these skills of confidence in everyday contexts may be dismissed as "that's nothing" or "that doesn't count" precisely because they are so familiar.

    jfhn says: "Right advice, but tedious narrator !!!!"
  • How to Approach Death | Julia Tugendhat

    How to Approach Death

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 25 mins)
    • By Julia Tugendhat
    • Narrated By Peta Masters
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    Death is the last taboo in our society. While we are fully aware of death on a social level, for example seeing disasters and dramatized killings on television, we are increasingly shy about death on a personal level. Off the screen few of us will have witnessed a death or seen a corpse. Death has become frightening and unfamiliar. But, as medical science becomes ever more sophisticated, death is demanding attention as we live longer and our deaths become more protracted.

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