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  • Selected Poems of Hannah More: Words by the Wayside Classics Series | Hannah More

    Selected Poems of Hannah More: Words by the Wayside Classics Series

    • UNABRIDGED (41 mins)
    • By Hannah More
    • Narrated By Anita Wright
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    A selection of poems by Hannah More on various topics. A word about the author: Hannah More (1745-1833) was born in Gloucestershire, England. In middle age, she was closely connected with William Wilberforce and his fellow abolitionists. She was also a friend of the evangelical hymn-writer John Newton. She wrote moral stories and ballads on many topics and was one of the most successful writers, and perhaps the most influential Christian woman, of her day.

  • The Pilgrims | Hannah More

    The Pilgrims

    • UNABRIDGED (23 mins)
    • By Hannah More
    • Narrated By Glenn Hascall
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    Welcome to a journey. Parts may seem familiar, but you are simply along as one who joins in the observations of the narrator. Author Hannah More was well known as a poet, playwright, and philanthropist. This writing is a rare allegory that seeks to help the hearer understand the need for priorities. This story may remind those who listen of the work of John Bunyan. Since the work was likely written in the 1700s, Bunyan's work likely was a strong influence in the style of this memorable story.

  • The Happy Waterman | Hannah More

    The Happy Waterman

    • UNABRIDGED (12 mins)
    • By Hannah More
    • Narrated By Glenn Hascall
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    An innocent man finds himself in prison. Rather than despair he holds to the truth. He has taught his children well, served his employer honorably, and loved his wife to the best of his ability. Will it be enough to win his release? A refreshing story from classic writer Hannah More. Narrated by Glenn Hascall.

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