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Nicholas Nickleby



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Produktinformation
Artikelnummer NA0074
Barcode 9781843795612
Veröffentlichungsdatum 30.01.2012
Kategorie Hörbücher
Label Naxos
Format CD
Anzahl an Tonträgern 29
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Künstler Horovitch, David
CD: 1
1 The life and adventures of Nicholas Nickleby 04:38 Horovitch, David
2 With a portion of this property 04:33 Horovitch, David
3 From what we have said of this young gentleman 04:57 Horovitch, David
4 Chapter 2: Of Mr. Ralph Nickleby, and his establis 05:33 Horovitch, David
5 Mr. Nickleby closed an account-book 05:31 Horovitch, David
6 Noggs gave vent to his usual grunt 07:06 Horovitch, David
7 Meanwhile, and pending the arrangement 06:27 Horovitch, David
8 Mr. Ralph Nickleby seconded the resolution 06:44 Horovitch, David
9 Chapter 3: Mr. Ralph Nickleby receives sad tidings 06:00 Horovitch, David
10 Mr. Nickleby looked very indignant 06:21 Horovitch, David
11 Climbing up another perpendicular flight 04:37 Horovitch, David
12 The mutual inspection was at length 06:15 Horovitch, David
13 'There!' said Ralph 05:44 Horovitch, David
14 Chapter 4: Nicholas and his uncle 04:41 Horovitch, David
CD: 2
1 When you walk up this yard 06:56 Horovitch, David
2 The stranger continued 07:20 Horovitch, David
3 Having entered Mr. Snawley's address 06:54 Horovitch, David
4 His father is dead 07:17 Horovitch, David
5 Chapter 5: Nicholas starts for Yorkshire 07:12 Horovitch, David
6 He found that learned gentleman sitting at breakfa 07:26 Horovitch, David
7 If the proprietor of Dotheboys Hall 07:11 Horovitch, David
8 When the guard 05:53 Horovitch, David
9 Chapter 6: In which the occurrence of the accident 05:20 Horovitch, David
10 Expressing himself to this effect 04:53 Horovitch, David
11 The five sisters of York 06:38 Horovitch, David
12 Still wasting the precious hours 06:26 Horovitch, David
CD: 3
1 The holy man, who had often urged the same point b 05:41 Horovitch, David
2 With the indifference of abstraction of none 05:01 Horovitch, David
3 They sent abroad, to artists 04:49 Horovitch, David
4 The baron of Grogzwig 06:10 Horovitch, David
5 What a pleasant thing filial piety is 06:13 Horovitch, David
6 The poor baron bore it all as long as he could 07:00 Horovitch, David
7 The baron took another look at his new friend 06:25 Horovitch, David
8 Chapter 7: Mr. and Mrs. Squeers at home 06:55 Horovitch, David
9 Pending these little endearments 07:32 Horovitch, David
10 This part of the conversation was rather unintelli 07:24 Horovitch, David
11 Chapter 8: Of the internal economy of Dotheboys Ha 05:34 Horovitch, David
12 Nicholas sighed involuntarily 05:07 Horovitch, David
13 And yet this scene, painful as it was 04:28 Horovitch, David
CD: 4
1 After some half-hour's delay 06:34 Horovitch, David
2 According to half-yearly custom 04:23 Horovitch, David
3 Another boy stood up 05:26 Horovitch, David
4 But, for the present, his resolve was taken 05:41 Horovitch, David
5 Chapter 9: Of Miss Squeers, Mrs. Squeers, Master S 06:22 Horovitch, David
6 Now, a proud usher in a Yorkshire school 05:40 Horovitch, David
7 Miss Squeers glanced at the door 06:49 Horovitch, David
8 It so fell out, that Ms. Squeers's journey 07:00 Horovitch, David
9 Mr. Browdie was not a gentleman of great conversat 06:55 Horovitch, David
10 'I never had such luck, really,' exclaimed coquett 07:20 Horovitch, David
11 Chapter 10: How Mr. Ralph Nickleby provided 06:18 Horovitch, David
12 'It is only his manner, I believe,' observed Kate 04:25 Horovitch, David
13 With an assumption of kindness 06:23 Horovitch, David
CD: 5
1 'The lady's name', said Ralph... 06:29 Horovitch, David
2 A liveried footman opened the door 05:44 Horovitch, David
3 'Now, ma' am,' said Ralph 06:42 Horovitch, David
4 Chapter 11: Newman Noggs inducts Mrs. and Miss Nic 06:48 Horovitch, David
5 It was no very easy matter to mistake Newman Noggs 07:13 Horovitch, David
6 Chapter 12: Whereby the reader will be enabled 05:57 Horovitch, David
7 'What a situation!' cried Miss Squeers 07:11 Horovitch, David
8 It is needless to say that, by this time 05:34 Horovitch, David
9 Here he raised up the brown bonnet 06:59 Horovitch, David
10 The wretched creature, Smike 06:14 Horovitch, David
11 Chapter 13: Nicholas varies the monotony 07:21 Horovitch, David
12 There was, of course, a profound silence 06:33 Horovitch, David
CD: 6
1 'No news of the scamp!' said the schoolmaster 04:57 Horovitch, David
2 The news that Smike had been caught 04:27 Horovitch, David
3 Mrs. Squeers, being out ob breath 05:02 Horovitch, David
4 After a brief consideration 05:52 Horovitch, David
5 Nicholas could by no means be prevailed 05:01 Horovitch, David
6 Chapter 14: Having the misfortune to treat 05:59 Horovitch, David
7 Newman Noggs pointed to the bottom of a cupboard 06:14 Horovitch, David
8 'My dear,' said Mr. Kenwigs 06:33 Horovitch, David
9 After a great deal of trouble 05:42 Horovitch, David
10 A gentle murmur seemed to say 07:29 Horovitch, David
11 Chapter 15: Acquaints the reader with the cause an 07:17 Horovitch, David
12 With this gentle allusion to the absent Mr. Squeer 07:22 Horovitch, David
13 Newman, who had stood during... 06:47 Horovitch, David
CD: 7
1 The worthy gentleman then became... 07:32 Horovitch, David
2 This brief explanation over... 07:20 Horovitch, David
3 Chapter 16: Nicholas seeks to employ himself in a 05:27 Horovitch, David
4 'Cook,' said Tom, turning over... 05:37 Horovitch, David
5 Tom made no other reply 06:01 Horovitch, David
6 Into Manchester buildings Nicholas turned... 05:53 Horovitch, David
7 The time had been, when this burst of enthusiasm.. 06:14 Horovitch, David
8 To this, Mr. Gregsbury read the following reply 06:09 Horovitch, David
9 Mr. Gregsbury looked fexedly at Nicholas 06:38 Horovitch, David
10 With this handsome offer... 06:47 Horovitch, David
11 Newman hastened, with joyful steps 06:56 Horovitch, David
12 Chapter 17: Follows the fortunes of Miss Nickleby 03:59 Horovitch, David
13 'If you will be odiously, demnebly, outrageously j 04:40 Horovitch, David
CD: 8
1 Madame Mantalini's prudence 05:41 Horovitch, David
2 Here Miss Knag paused to take breath 05:34 Horovitch, David
3 There had existed not a little desire in the room 05:01 Horovitch, David
4 Chapter 18: Miss Knag, after doting on Kate Nickle 05:59 Horovitch, David
5 Of such a highly disinterested quality 05:53 Horovitch, David
6 As Miss Knag had never yet known... 06:34 Horovitch, David
7 With another sigh Mr. Knag... 05:53 Horovitch, David
8 At this high point, Miss Knag's friendship remaine 06:28 Horovitch, David
9 The circumstances of the little kingdom 05:36 Horovitch, David
10 Chapter 19: Descriptive of a Dinner at Mr. Ralph N 06:17 Horovitch, David
11 The blessing seemed to stick in Mr. Ralph Nickleby 06:00 Horovitch, David
12 The coachman gave a tremendous double knock 06:47 Horovitch, David
13 When Ralph had completed the ceremonial of introdu 07:24 Horovitch, David
CD: 9
1 All this while, Kate had sat as silently as she co 06:01 Horovitch, David
2 The book fell from her hand 05:17 Horovitch, David
3 Allthough this hurried dialogue 07:29 Horovitch, David
4 Chapter 20: Wherein Nicholas at lenght encounters 06:44 Horovitch, David
5 'I need look somewhat changed,' he said 06:16 Horovitch, David
6 Kate very well understood 06:34 Horovitch, David
7 There really was no necessity for the good lady 06:24 Horovitch, David
8 The grasp which had detained him relaxed 06:40 Horovitch, David
9 Chapter 21: Madam Mantalini finds herself in a sit 06:40 Horovitch, David
10 Kate busied herself 07:09 Horovitch, David
11 With these remarks, combining great pleasantry 06:53 Horovitch, David
12 Kate was too sick at heart 07:12 Horovitch, David
CD: 10
1 'You are a good temper?' asked Mrs. Wititterly 04:05 Horovitch, David
2 Here, both Mr. and Mrs. Wititterly... 03:54 Horovitch, David
3 Chapter 22: Nicholas, accompanied by Smike 06:31 Horovitch, David
4 'I don't know much of these matters,' resumed Nich 05:54 Horovitch, David
5 'No,' rejoined the youth 05:58 Horovitch, David
6 By degrees, the prospect receded 06:15 Horovitch, David
7 The two combatants went to work afresh 05:46 Horovitch, David
8 While he was thus engaged... 06:55 Horovitch, David
9 Theere was a pause. 05:17 Horovitch, David
10 Chapter 23: Treats of the company 07:17 Horovitch, David
11 As Mrs. Vincent crummles 07:07 Horovitch, David
12 'Mr. Folair,' said the manager 06:46 Horovitch, David
13 The ladies were gathered in a little knot 07:40 Horovitch, David
CD: 11
1 Mr. Crummles lived in St. Thomas's Street 05:56 Horovitch, David
2 Chapter 24: Of the great bespeak for Miss Snevelli 07:11 Horovitch, David
3 Nicholas was standing with his back to the curtain 06:34 Horovitch, David
4 'What did you think of that?' asked Mr. Crummles 05:49 Horovitch, David
5 At the stipulated hour next morning 06:34 Horovitch, David
6 The conversation was here interrupted 06:12 Horovitch, David
7 Mrs. Curdle had sat listening to this lucid explan 05:09 Horovitch, David
8 It was a trying morning 06:12 Horovitch, David
9 Chapter 25: Concerning a young lady from London 05:49 Horovitch, David
10 The arrival of the gifted subject 05:56 Horovitch, David
11 Nicholas had much ado to prevent himself from laug 07:10 Horovitch, David
12 With these words, Mr. Lillyvick 05:29 Horovitch, David
13 With such expressions of sorrow 04:23 Horovitch, David
CD: 12
1 'It's very soon done, sir, isn't it?' inquired Mr. 04:31 Horovitch, David
2 This desperate threat effectually broke up the par 03:59 Horovitch, David
3 Chapter 26: Is fraught with some danger... 06:14 Horovitch, David
4 'Well,' replied Sir Mulberry 06:38 Horovitch, David
5 Ralph ran over this brief summary 05:41 Horovitch, David
6 Mrs. Nickleby was too much flurried 05:30 Horovitch, David
7 What a delight, what a comfort 06:17 Horovitch, David
8 Chapter 27: Mrs. Nickleby becomes acquainted 07:11 Horovitch, David
9 Mr. Pluck, after feigning to be in a condition 06:36 Horovitch, David
10 By degrees these raptures subsided 05:58 Horovitch, David
11 Mrs. Nicleby had scarcely been put away 06:48 Horovitch, David
12 But Sir Mulberry Hawk was not to be 06:56 Horovitch, David
13 The evening came to an end at last 06:03 Horovitch, David
CD: 13
1 Chapter 28: Miss Nickleby, rendered deperate by th 06:53 Horovitch, David
2 At this instant, while the Lady Flabella... 07:20 Horovitch, David
3 To judge form the glow... 07:00 Horovitch, David
4 That they came at all times and seasons... 06:55 Horovitch, David
5 I have always considered you a particualrly well-b 07:10 Horovitch, David
6 Newman, with a grim smile at this manoeuvre... 06:25 Horovitch, David
7 We are connected in business 07:11 Horovitch, David
8 Chapter 29: Of the proceedings of Nicholas 05:51 Horovitch, David
9 Nicholas, in a state of much amazement 07:17 Horovitch, David
10 As Mr. Folair was pretty well known 06:40 Horovitch, David
11 The profoundest deference was paid to Nicholas tha 05:28 Horovitch, David
12 Chapter 30: Festivities are held in honour of Nich 04:39 Horovitch, David
CD: 14
1 'Heigho!' sighed Nicholas 06:07 Horovitch, David
2 So these are some of the stories they invent 06:09 Horovitch, David
3 To these good people Nicholas was presented 06:18 Horovitch, David
4 Most public characters have their failings 06:04 Horovitch, David
5 Miss Snevellicci's papa being greatly exalted 06:25 Horovitch, David
6 All this was the occassion of much amusement 07:07 Horovitch, David
7 Chapter 31: Of Ralph Nickleby and Newman Noggs 06:46 Horovitch, David
8 He executed his commission 06:45 Horovitch, David
9 'Damn him!' cried Newman 06:44 Horovitch, David
10 Chapter 32: Relating chiefly to some remarkable co 06:54 Horovitch, David
11 With his heart bein violently... 07:35 Horovitch, David
12 Nicholas was in a perfect agony 06:17 Horovitch, David
CD: 15
1 It was evident from the tone 06:40 Horovitch, David
2 Chapter 33: In which Mr. Ralph Nickleby is deliver 05:56 Horovitch, David
3 The plated buttons disappeared 06:50 Horovitch, David
4 As Nicholas and his sister were by this time compe 05:56 Horovitch, David
5 Chapter 34: Wherein Mr. Ralph Nickleby is visited. 07:46 Horovitch, David
6 And notwithstanding various blandishments 06:08 Horovitch, David
7 On this repetition of Mr. Mantalini's fatal threat 05:39 Horovitch, David
8 'And what said he?' asked Ralph 06:27 Horovitch, David
9 He looks well, indeed,' returned Ralph 07:06 Horovitch, David
10 'Are you stopping at your old quarters?' asked Ral 06:37 Horovitch, David
11 We will both cry quits with him before long,'... 05:30 Horovitch, David
12 Chapter 35: Smike becomes known to Mrs. Nickleby a 07:13 Horovitch, David
CD: 16
1 At lenght the door opened again 06:53 Horovitch, David
2 Mr. Crummles occurred to him more than once 06:55 Horovitch, David
3 He moved away as he said this 05:49 Horovitch, David
4 Passing through a warehouse 07:22 Horovitch, David
5 'But hear this first - hear this first, brother Ne 06:16 Horovitch, David
6 'We must. We certainly must have a quarrel...' 05:25 Horovitch, David
7 Chapter 36: Private and confidential; relating to 06:49 Horovitch, David
8 In the midst of this general hubbub 07:49 Horovitch, David
9 Hearing this mention of their old friend's name 07:18 Horovitch, David
10 Chapter 37: Nicholas finds further Favour in the e 07:20 Horovitch, David
11 Nor was this all. 05:37 Horovitch, David
12 With this casting down of his gauntlet 04:22 Horovitch, David
CD: 17
1 At a quarter past five o'clock 06:32 Horovitch, David
2 But there was no time to moralise 06:17 Horovitch, David
3 By this time it was past eleven o' clock 06:43 Horovitch, David
4 This was undoubtedly the case 06:40 Horovitch, David
5 'Every time I go to the window,' 04:35 Horovitch, David
6 Chapter 38: Comprises certain particulars 06:53 Horovitch, David
7 Leaving it to pursue its journey 07:33 Horovitch, David
8 Ralph shrugged his shoulders 06:53 Horovitch, David
9 Ralph, who was no common observer 06:55 Horovitch, David
10 The man looked from Squeers to Smike 06:34 Horovitch, David
11 Obedient to this direction 06:27 Horovitch, David
12 Chapter 39: In which another old friend... 06:12 Horovitch, David
CD: 18
1 To have seen Miss Squeers now 06:05 Horovitch, David
2 'What do you think'? said the gentleman 05:07 Horovitch, David
3 Now, the fact was, that at that particular moment. 05:57 Horovitch, David
4 Chapter 40: In which Nicholas falls in love... 07:17 Horovitch, David
5 He was going on, in his enthusiasm 06:58 Horovitch, David
6 'Is there nobody in the house to cheer or help him 06:31 Horovitch, David
7 He had abundance of time to ruminate 07:14 Horovitch, David
8 These repeated visits inflamed the curiosity... 07:22 Horovitch, David
9 It appeared, on further questioning... 06:16 Horovitch, David
10 'Well!' said Nicholas... 05:33 Horovitch, David
11 Chapter 41: Containing some Romantic Passages 06:52 Horovitch, David
12 'Well, I will say,' observed Mrs. Nickleby 07:39 Horovitch, David
CD: 19
1 As Kate rose from her seat... 06:35 Horovitch, David
2 Here he broke off to look round... 05:25 Horovitch, David
3 Repeating these last words with great rapture... 05:12 Horovitch, David
4 One of the hands being then cautiously unclasped 04:45 Horovitch, David
5 Chapter 42: Illustrative of the convivial Sentimen 07:03 Horovitch, David
6 'I dinnot know whether thou'd ever dreamt of it... 06:01 Horovitch, David
7 'He's a bad 'un,' said John 05:14 Horovitch, David
8 'This is the hend, is it?' 06:48 Horovitch, David
9 While the foregoing conversation was proceeding... 06:42 Horovitch, David
10 Chapter 43: Officiates as a kind of gentleman ushe 06:40 Horovitch, David
11 Here a waiter who had been rubbing his hands 06:58 Horovitch, David
12 Nicholas responded to these compliments 05:55 Horovitch, David
13 Notwithstanding all that has been said 05:02 Horovitch, David
CD: 20
1 'Mr. Nickleby,' said brother Charles... 07:21 Horovitch, David
2 There was a mighty bustle that night 06:33 Horovitch, David
3 Chapter 44: Mr. Ralph Nickleby cuts an old Acquain 06:36 Horovitch, David
4 'This hawk will come back, however,' 06:05 Horovitch, David
5 The sky had been lowering and dark 06:47 Horovitch, David
6 'I am a most miserable and wretched outcast...' 07:07 Horovitch, David
7 'I neither revile nor threaten,'... 06:52 Horovitch, David
8 'What is the matter here?' said Ralph 06:39 Horovitch, David
9 However, nothwithstanding her firmness... 06:03 Horovitch, David
10 Chapter 45: Containing matter of a surprising kind 06:28 Horovitch, David
11 'Mr. Browdie,' said Kate... 07:07 Horovitch, David
12 'There's more to say and hear...' 05:11 Horovitch, David
CD: 21
1 This being purely a labour of love... 06:46 Horovitch, David
2 'The school was Mr. Squeers's,'... 06:06 Horovitch, David
3 'Now,' said Nicholas to the other two... 06:05 Horovitch, David
4 Chapter 46: Throws some light upon Nicholas's love 06:23 Horovitch, David
5 By this time brother Charles was in such a very wa 06:50 Horovitch, David
6 Pursuing this encomium upon the poor follower... 06:14 Horovitch, David
7 Then it came out by little and little 07:49 Horovitch, David
8 To the row of houses indicated to him 07:23 Horovitch, David
9 'Ring the bell, irng the bell,' said the sick man 06:46 Horovitch, David
10 Chapter 47: Mr. Ralph Nickleby has some confidenti 05:41 Horovitch, David
11 Such was old Arthur Gride 06:09 Horovitch, David
12 'I wouldn't deceive YOU, you know,'... 06:45 Horovitch, David
CD: 22
1 There was enough acerbity and sarcasm... 06:50 Horovitch, David
2 'There's something more to be told,' said Ralph... 06:21 Horovitch, David
3 Having delivered this observation... 06:22 Horovitch, David
4 'Still,' rejoined Ralph... 05:22 Horovitch, David
5 It might have moved a very hard... 06:36 Horovitch, David
6 Chapter 48: Being for the benefit of Mr. Vincent C 07:08 Horovitch, David
7 Mr. Crummles was unfeignedly glad to see him... 06:57 Horovitch, David
8 Nicholas responded to this confidence 06:37 Horovitch, David
9 With this hasty apology... 06:37 Horovitch, David
10 The conversation threatened... 06:14 Horovitch, David
11 Chapter 49: Chronicles the further proceedings of 06:15 Horovitch, David
12 But there were other persons associated... 07:28 Horovitch, David
CD: 23
1 As the hearers did not echo this sentiment... 07:30 Horovitch, David
2 The good lady's surprise 05:57 Horovitch, David
3 Frank Cheeryble and Tim Linkinwater 06:10 Horovitch, David
4 It happened that Miss La Creevy 06:01 Horovitch, David
5 Frank was not at all confident of his power 07:21 Horovitch, David
6 Chapter 50: Involves a serious catastrophe 05:48 Horovitch, David
7 Fitted up with three tables 06:58 Horovitch, David
8 This officer was busily plying his vocation 06:36 Horovitch, David
9 Such was the ascendancy he had acquired 07:08 Horovitch, David
10 Here, they encountered another party 07:14 Horovitch, David
11 What a contrast, when they reached the street 07:17 Horovitch, David
12 Chapter 51: The project of Mr. Ralph Nickleby and 04:54 Horovitch, David
CD: 24
1 'The bottle-green,' said old Arthur... 07:14 Horovitch, David
2 Mrs. Sliderskew appeared to approve highly... 07:10 Horovitch, David
3 In good fellowship... 06:50 Horovitch, David
4 'He is an idle ruffian,' said Ralph 06:34 Horovitch, David
5 Chapter 52: Nicholas depairs of rescuing Madeline 05:57 Horovitch, David
6 You read me a good lesson, Newman 06:30 Horovitch, David
7 Deploring the evil-mindedness 05:43 Horovitch, David
8 The features of Mr. Lillyvick 06:01 Horovitch, David
9 Immediately upon the utterance 06:13 Horovitch, David
10 Newman had been a silent spectator 06:39 Horovitch, David
11 Chapter 53: Containing the further progress of the 07:20 Horovitch, David
12 Bray and his daughter were sitting there alone 07:10 Horovitch, David
CD: 25
1 The father was too much absorbed 07:33 Horovitch, David
2 Long before Nicholas ceased to speak 07:06 Horovitch, David
3 'Well-a-day!' he chuckled... 07:20 Horovitch, David
4 'Thieves! Thieves!' shrieked the usurer 06:41 Horovitch, David
5 Long habit of weighing and noting well 06:00 Horovitch, David
6 Chapter 54: The crisis of the project and its resu 07:06 Horovitch, David
7 'What a man it is!' cried Arthur Gride 07:06 Horovitch, David
8 You see what a dry, shrivelled... 06:45 Horovitch, David
9 As the brother and sister stood side by side... 07:17 Horovitch, David
10 They all stood still 07:23 Horovitch, David
11 Chapter 55: Of family matters, cares, hopes 04:09 Horovitch, David
12 To this, Mrs. Nickleby only replied... 03:56 Horovitch, David
CD: 26
1 Who, slowly recovering form a disorder so severe.. 06:27 Horovitch, David
2 At other times, when Nicholas came home at night 06:33 Horovitch, David
3 'I think it my duty, Nicholas...' 06:22 Horovitch, David
4 Mrs. Nickleby shook her head... 07:33 Horovitch, David
5 Chapter 56: Ralph Nickleby, baffled by his Nephew. 05:52 Horovitch, David
6 On their way, Ralph sat in the furthest corner... 06:15 Horovitch, David
7 'There is something missing...' 06:01 Horovitch, David
8 Striving, as it would seem... 07:24 Horovitch, David
9 'Wow often have I told you,' said Ralph 07:14 Horovitch, David
10 Mr. Squeers, after following with his eye 06:16 Horovitch, David
11 Chapter 57: How Ralph Nickleby's Auxiliary 06:13 Horovitch, David
12 'The pigs is well,' said Mr. Squeers 06:54 Horovitch, David
CD: 27
1 'Do you see this? This is a bottle.' 07:17 Horovitch, David
2 'He's a treacherous old goat,' said Peg 07:03 Horovitch, David
3 If the old woman had not been very deaf... 07:04 Horovitch, David
4 Chapter 58: In which one scene... 06:37 Horovitch, David
5 In a fortnight's time, he became too ill 06:33 Horovitch, David
6 On a fine, mild autumn day... 05:33 Horovitch, David
7 Chapter 59: The plots begin to fail... 05:52 Horovitch, David
8 Of all men alive 06:07 Horovitch, David
9 With these words, uttered with great emphasis... 06:36 Horovitch, David
10 At lenght, he felt it was hopeless to remain... 07:19 Horovitch, David
11 'As nobody bids me to a seat,' said Ralph... 05:40 Horovitch, David
12 Ralph had put a gread command upon himself 07:09 Horovitch, David
CD: 28
1 The robbery, partly owing to the inquisitiveness.. 05:39 Horovitch, David
2 Chapter 60: The dangers thicken... 06:43 Horovitch, David
3 'What document was it that you had?' asked Ralph.. 06:56 Horovitch, David
4 He went home, and was glad... 06:03 Horovitch, David
5 The brothers conferred apart for a short time 06:00 Horovitch, David
6 In the midst of a dead silence 05:47 Horovitch, David
7 He went on, from this point 06:48 Horovitch, David
8 Chapter 61: Wherein Nicholas and his sister forfei 06:09 Horovitch, David
9 Nicholas coloured again 07:03 Horovitch, David
10 I have thought of this for weeks 06:03 Horovitch, David
11 Here, Tim stopped and glanced anxiously 05:38 Horovitch, David
12 'Mr. Nickleby,' said brother Charles... 06:48 Horovitch, David
13 Chapter 62: Ralph makes one last appointment... 03:03 Horovitch, David
CD: 29
1 While he was thus engaged... 05:24 Horovitch, David
2 But one tender thought... 05:29 Horovitch, David
3 He listened to the man's reteating footsteps... 04:34 Horovitch, David
4 Chapter 63: the brothers cheeryble 05:49 Horovitch, David
5 The old butler received them 06:35 Horovitch, David
6 'I hardly dared to hope -' 05:58 Horovitch, David
7 Tim sat down beside Miss La Creevy 05:50 Horovitch, David
8 By this time, the apoplectic butler was nearly in 05:46 Horovitch, David
9 Chapter 64: An old Acquaintance is recognised 07:28 Horovitch, David
10 Mr. Mantalini turned round 06:30 Horovitch, David
11 The entrance of Mrs. Browdie 06:04 Horovitch, David
12 Before that estemable lady could recover herself.. 06:07 Horovitch, David
13 Chapter 65: Conclusion 07:50 Horovitch, David
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