Timothy G Solomon
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- By: Jack London
- Narrated by: John Lee
- Length: 7 hrs and 49 mins
In the desolate, frozen northwest of Canada, a lone wolf fights a heroic daily fight for life in the wild. But after he is captured and cruelly abused by men, he becomes a force of pure rage. Only one man sees inside the killer to his intelligence and nobility. But can his kindness touch White Fang?
Who's the animal: Man or Wolf?
- By Erik on 08-14-15
Read the book - skip the movie.
Book is a classic and a gripping read.
Regarding Disney movie, White Fang. Movie is about a young man going to work his deceased fathers gold claim near Klondike Alaska.
Book is about a wolf's life, White Fang, and his great ability to adapt to the harsh, brutal, and deadly challenges of Nature and Man.
Although the movie performance and scenery are good, Disney sanitized the action and changed focus from a story about wolves to story about man.
The book is a classic and is a great read with your children. Skip the movie.
Classic Love Poems
- By: William Shakespeare, Edgar Allan Poe, Elizabeth Barrett Browning
- Narrated by: Richard Armitage
- Length: 19 mins
For anyone who's in love - or hopes to be - what greater celebration could there be than to hear the world's greatest love poetry read lovingly by Richard Armitage? With 13 poems by William Shakespeare, Edgar Allan Poe, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and more, Classic Love Poems is a listening treat for Valentine's Day - or any day.
Wonderful recitation by Richard Armitage
- By vc on 02-09-15
life is alter'd now
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Great list and the reading is well done. Makes you want to read more.
Personally, I prefer to read along.
1. How do I love thee – Elizabeth B Browning
2. Sonnet 116 – Shakespeare
3. Annabel Lee – Edgar Allan Poe
4. To be one with each other – George Eliot
5. Maud – Alfred Lord Tennyson
6. To His Coy Mistress – Andrew Marvell
7. Bright Star – John Keats
8. Love’s Philosophy – P.B. Shelly
9. 1st Corinthians 13 – Paul of Tarsus
10. Meeting at Night – Robert Browning
11.The Dream – Edna St. Vincent Millay
12.The Passionate Shepherd to his Love – Christopher Marlowe
13.I carry your heart with me – E.E. Cummings
14.She Walks in Beauty – Lord Byron
15.Give All to Love – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Another good Shakespeare poem is in “Two Gentlemen of Verona”, Act 2, Scene 4.
Ay, Proteus, but that life is alter'd now:
I have done penance for contemning Love,
Whose high imperious thoughts have punish'd me
With bitter fasts, with penitential groans,
With nightly tears and daily heart-sore sighs;
For in revenge of my contempt of love,
Love hath chased sleep from my enthralled eyes
And made them watchers of mine own heart's sorrow.
O gentle Proteus, Love's a mighty lord,
And hath so humbled me, as, I confess,
There is no woe to his correction,
Nor to his service no such joy on earth.
Now no discourse, except it be of love;
Now can I break my fast, dine, sup and sleep,
Upon the very naked name of love.
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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
- By: L. Frank Baum
- Narrated by: Anna Fields
- Length: 3 hrs and 55 mins
This, the complete and unabridged original tale that provided us with the best-loved classic movie, stands on its own as a great modern fairy tale. Dorothy, her dog, Toto, and her companions, the Tin Woodsman, the Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion, are characters who endure in the hearts of children and adults alike. Join them on their enchanting journey as they follow the Yellow Brick Road in search of the wonderful Wizard in the enchanted Emerald City.
Wondrous reading of great classic!
- By Gary on 06-03-05
Wonderful story for all ages. Gave the book and a pair of green John Lennon style glasses as a Christmas gift to my young niece.