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The Pickwick Papers



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Artikelnummer NA0071
Barcode 9781843795551
Veröffentlichungsdatum 30.04.2012
Kategorie Hörbücher
Label Naxos
Format CD
Anzahl an Tonträgern 25
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Künstler Timson, David
CD: 1
1 The Pickwick papers 07:36 Timson, David
2 Mr. Pickwick's oration upon this occasion 05:37 Timson, David
3 Chapter 2: The first day's journey 06:34 Timson, David
4 The mob hitherto had been passive spectators of th 04:39 Timson, David
5 Now it so happened that Mr. Pickwick 05:53 Timson, David
6 In this strain, with an occasional glass of ale 06:05 Timson, David
7 'Devil of a mess on the staircase, waiter' 05:01 Timson, David
8 The temptation to be present at the ball 06:51 Timson, David
9 While the aristocracy of the place 06:16 Timson, David
10 That gentleman was fast asleep 06:11 Timson, David
11 To this determination Mr. Winkle was urged 06:33 Timson, David
12 That state of the case having been formally explai 06:32 Timson, David
13 Now Mr. Winkle had opened his eyes 04:37 Timson, David
CD: 2
1 Chapter 3: A new acquaintance 04:51 Timson, David
2 The stroller's tale 05:35 Timson, David
3 It was late, for I had been playing in the last pi 06:03 Timson, David
4 I sat there upwards of two hours 06:21 Timson, David
5 It would afford us to the highest gratification 04:21 Timson, David
6 Mr. Tupman, thus solemnly adjured 04:07 Timson, David
7 Chapter 4: A field day and bivouac 06:04 Timson, David
8 Mr. Pickwick had been so fully occupied in falling 06:09 Timson, David
9 There are very few moments in a man's existence 05:33 Timson, David
10 Astounding evolutions they were 04:39 Timson, David
11 'How dear Emily is flirting with the strange gentl 07:23 Timson, David
12 Chapter 5: A short one 06:46 Timson, David
13 Now Mr. Winkle did entertain considerable misgivin 05:33 Timson, David
14 Now whether the tall horse 04:26 Timson, David
CD: 3
1 A red headed man was working in the garden 07:22 Timson, David
2 Chapter 6: An old-fashioned card party 06:02 Timson, David
3 The rubber was conducted with all that gravity 07:32 Timson, David
4 The Ivy Green 03:56 Timson, David
5 The convict's return 06:51 Timson, David
6 In the first transports of her mental anguish 04:59 Timson, David
7 On a fine sunday evening 03:47 Timson, David
8 The last soft light of the setting sun 05:37 Timson, David
9 Chapter 7: How Mr. Winkle, instead of shooting at 07:08 Timson, David
10 The slight omission was rectified 06:37 Timson, David
11 It was therefore settled that Mr. Tupman 06:27 Timson, David
12 Mr. Pickwick was sufficiently versed 07:19 Timson, David
13 There being no further preliminaries to arragne 05:06 Timson, David
CD: 4
1 Enthusiastic as we are in the noble cause 01:54 Timson, David
2 Chapter 8: Strongly illustrative of the position 05:48 Timson, David
3 Mr. Tupman no sooner heard this avowal 07:37 Timson, David
4 Mr. Tupman thought of the widow at Rochester 05:55 Timson, David
5 If Mr. Jingle, from his place of concealment 07:17 Timson, David
6 Now, if there was one individual in the whloe worl 06:10 Timson, David
7 Chapter 9: A discovery and a chase 06:41 Timson, David
8 For the first three or four miles 06:56 Timson, David
9 'Jump in - jump in!' 06:35 Timson, David
10 Chapter 10: Clearing up all doubts 06:21 Timson, David
11 'Come in', said a man's voice 06:34 Timson, David
12 He was yet on the way to the White Hart 05:06 Timson, David
13 'We want to know-' said Mr. Wardle 06:29 Timson, David
CD: 5
1 'My dear Sir' said the little man 04:00 Timson, David
2 'Well, my dear Sir, well' 04:32 Timson, David
3 Chapter 11: Involving another journey 06:12 Timson, David
4 It was a more difficult task to take leave 07:03 Timson, David
5 He tapped at the cottage door 06:27 Timson, David
6 A madman's manuscript 07:13 Timson, David
7 In one thing I was deceived with all my cunning 07:23 Timson, David
8 She died next day 04:50 Timson, David
9 I saw the sudden change 04:46 Timson, David
10 At the end of the manuscript was written 07:25 Timson, David
11 Chapter 12: Descriptive of a very important procee 07:23 Timson, David
12 Mr. Pickwick was struck motionless and speechless 06:55 Timson, David
13 Chapter 13: Some account of Eatanswill 05:08 Timson, David
CD: 6
1 It was late in the evening 06:08 Timson, David
2 Here the little man indulged in a convulsion of mi 05:49 Timson, David
3 Mrs. Pott received Mr. Pickwick's parental grasp 04:50 Timson, David
4 The noise and bustle which ushered 06:39 Timson, David
5 The stable-yard exhibited unequivocal symptoms 06:12 Timson, David
6 'There's Winkle', said Mr. Tupman 04:22 Timson, David
7 Then Horatio Fizkin, Esquire, of Fizkin Lodge 05:13 Timson, David
8 Chapter 14: Comprising a brief description 03:39 Timson, David
9 Here it was that Mr. Tupman and Mr. Snodgrass 04:28 Timson, David
10 It's a queer name; but he used to call it The Bagm 06:22 Timson, David
11 In less than five minutes' time 06:04 Timson, David
12 It was a good large room with big closets 06:12 Timson, David
13 I have been a big favourite among the women in my 05:52 Timson, David
14 Morning aroused Tom from the lethargic slumber 07:10 Timson, David
CD: 7
1 Gentlemen, I have heard my uncle say 03:06 Timson, David
2 Chapter 15: In which is given a faithful portraitu 07:26 Timson, David
3 Mr. Pickwick took up his hat, and repaired to the 07:44 Timson, David
4 The morning came 05:55 Timson, David
5 Very few people but those who have tried it 06:22 Timson, David
6 As the enthusiasm in Count Smorltork's favour ran 04:23 Timson, David
7 Mr. Pickwick's knife and fork fell from his hand 03:44 Timson, David
8 Chapter 16: Too full of adventure to be briefly de 06:46 Timson, David
9 The coach rattled through the well-paved streets 06:34 Timson, David
10 'And what sort of place have you got?' 07:05 Timson, David
11 'What had better be done, then?' 06:35 Timson, David
12 Having settled these preliminaries 06:13 Timson, David
13 Like all Mr. Picknick's determinations 06:50 Timson, David
CD: 8
1 An hour and a half elapsed 04:44 Timson, David
2 Chapter 17: Showing that an attack of rheumatism 01:54 Timson, David
3 The parish clerk: a tale of true love 05:58 Timson, David
4 A prettier foot, a gayer heart 06:25 Timson, David
5 The circumstance which directed his thoughts 06:50 Timson, David
6 Chapter 18: Briefly illustrative of two points 06:43 Timson, David
7 There appears nothing very tremendous 06:13 Timson, David
8 So, as the hysterics were still hovering about 06:17 Timson, David
9 Mr. Pickwick would in all probability 06:13 Timson, David
10 Chapter 19: A pleasant day with an unpleasant term 06:29 Timson, David
11 'Stop, Sam' said Mr. Pickwick 07:12 Timson, David
12 Mr. Tupman's process 06:41 Timson, David
13 'This is delightful - thoroughly delightful!' 06:50 Timson, David
CD: 9
1 'Who are you, you rascal?' 05:35 Timson, David
2 Chapter 20: Showing how Dodson and Fogg were men o 07:16 Timson, David
3 'Nice men these here, Sir' 06:05 Timson, David
4 'Here is the entrance' 06:35 Timson, David
5 At first the evolutions of the stout man 07:40 Timson, David
6 'Well, what do you think of what your father says, 06:05 Timson, David
7 The puffy-faced young man rose 05:06 Timson, David
8 Chapter 21: In which the old man 06:52 Timson, David
9 I knew another man 07:11 Timson, David
10 The old man's tale about the queer client 05:28 Timson, David
11 Winter came, and with it weeks of cold and heavy r 07:08 Timson, David
12 Although for many weeks after this 07:06 Timson, David
CD: 10
1 The tale told itself at once 07:19 Timson, David
2 The implacable animosity of Heyling 06:50 Timson, David
3 Chapter 22: Mr. Pickwick journeys to Ipswich 06:33 Timson, David
4 'I am happy in the prospect of your company, Sir' 06:52 Timson, David
5 With such conversation 06:38 Timson, David
6 Mr. Pickwick congratulated the fortunate owner 06:35 Timson, David
7 The bedsteads stood one on each side of the door 06:18 Timson, David
8 Now, although Mr. Pickwick was not actuated by any 06:09 Timson, David
9 Chapter 23: In which Mr. Samuel Weller 07:29 Timson, David
10 In the contemplative mood which these words have a 06:33 Timson, David
11 Sam eyed his companion for a few seconds 06:27 Timson, David
12 Chapter 24: Wherein Mr. Peter Magnus 05:31 Timson, David
CD: 11
1 Mr. Pickwick had taken a few strides 06:25 Timson, David
2 We do not mean to assert 05:39 Timson, David
3 "Muzzle!" said the magistrate 07:03 Timson, David
4 While these resolute and determined preparations 07:17 Timson, David
5 The shopkeepers of the town 05:45 Timson, David
6 Chapter 25: Showing, among a variety of pleasant m 06:56 Timson, David
7 'Grummer', said Mr. Nupkins 06:26 Timson, David
8 Mr. Pickwick had a great deal more to say 05:56 Timson, David
9 As the narrative proceeded 07:29 Timson, David
10 When Mrs. Nupkins dried up her tears 06:31 Timson, David
11 'Well, here's a game!' cried Sam 07:08 Timson, David
12 When Mr. Pickwick arrived at this point 05:18 Timson, David
CD: 12
1 Chapter 26: Which contains a brief account 05:46 Timson, David
2 'Hold your nose - do - you naughty creetur!' 05:09 Timson, David
3 Sam understood all of this, of course 04:08 Timson, David
4 Chapter 27: Samuel Weller makes a pilgrimage 07:03 Timson, David
5 The appearance of the red-nosed man 07:44 Timson, David
6 'They're always a-doin' some gammon of that sort, 07:54 Timson, David
7 Chapter 28: A good-humoured Christmas chapter 07:20 Timson, David
8 And now the bugle plays a lively air as the coach 07:39 Timson, David
9 Meanwhile, Mr. Pickwick and his frieds 06:40 Timson, David
10 A happy party they were 07:33 Timson, David
11 'Mr. Miller', said Mr. Pickwick to his old acquain 05:43 Timson, David
12 If anything could have added to the interest 05:15 Timson, David
CD: 13
1 I' a-going to tell you' replied Mr. Weller 04:55 Timson, David
2 Now, the screaming had subsided 03:05 Timson, David
3 A christmas carol 05:19 Timson, David
4 Chapter 29: The story of the goblins 06:37 Timson, David
5 'It was echoes', said Gabriel Grub 07:19 Timson, David
6 At last the game reached to a most exciting pitch 06:49 Timson, David
7 At these words, the cloud was dispelled 07:16 Timson, David
8 Chapter 30: How the Pickwickians made and cultivat 07:42 Timson, David
9 The arrival of the two new visitors 08:02 Timson, David
10 While Mr. Pickwick was delivering himself 05:30 Timson, David
11 The clay upon so much of Mr. Pickwicks goat 05:30 Timson, David
12 Chapter 31: Which is all about the law 05:13 Timson, David
13 Here Mr. Jackson cast his eye on the parchment 04:54 Timson, David
CD: 14
1 Mr. Pickwick slept little that night 05:16 Timson, David
2 The relation of this affecting incident 07:38 Timson, David
3 It was an uncarpeted room 06:42 Timson, David
4 These tokens of the Serjeant's presentiments 06:55 Timson, David
5 Chapter 32: Describes, far more fully 05:54 Timson, David
6 'Oh, it isn't any inconvenience', replied the litt 06:17 Timson, David
7 Mr. Snodgrass, who entered last 07:43 Timson, David
8 After supper, another jug of punch 06:35 Timson, David
9 At this point the remainder of the guests interpos 06:27 Timson, David
10 Chapter 33: Mr. Weller the elder 07:05 Timson, David
11 The brandy-and-water luke 05:53 Timson, David
12 Mr. Weller resumed his pipe with critical solemnit 06:47 Timson, David
CD: 15
1 As the elder Mr. Weller entertained 05:59 Timson, David
2 There is little doubt that Mr. Weller 07:54 Timson, David
3 Any further observations 05:39 Timson, David
4 Chapter 34: Is wholly devoted to a full and faithf 06:09 Timson, David
5 Mr. Justice Stareleigh 07:11 Timson, David
6 The ushers again called silence 07:02 Timson, David
7 Serjeant Buzfuz, who had proceeded 05:19 Timson, David
8 A visible impression was produced 06:46 Timson, David
9 Meanwhile Mrs. Cluppins 06:40 Timson, David
10 'Now Mr. Winkle' said Mr. Skimpim 07:26 Timson, David
11 Now, if the unfortunate Mr. Phunky 07:11 Timson, David
12 Hereupon there was a general laugh 05:05 Timson, David
CD: 16
1 'I have no objection to admit, my Lord' 04:47 Timson, David
2 Chapter 35: In which Mr. Pickwick thinks 05:43 Timson, David
3 The gentleman with the whiskers hummed a tune 07:05 Timson, David
4 Nothing worthy of special mention occurred 07:33 Timson, David
5 At the appointed hour, Mr. Pickwick and his friend 06:12 Timson, David
6 Bath being full 06:28 Timson, David
7 At this anecdote his Lordship laughed very heartil 05:15 Timson, David
8 Chapter 36: The chief features of which will be fo 04:58 Timson, David
9 The true legend of prince Bladud 07:21 Timson, David
10 It is an old prerogative of kings 07:56 Timson, David
11 Just as the clock struck three 07:26 Timson, David
12 Chapter 37: Honourably accounts for Mr. Weller's a 07:58 Timson, David
CD: 17
1 Crossing the greengrocer's shop 07:14 Timson, David
2 The man in blue being a light-haired 07:35 Timson, David
3 Mr. Whiffers's address was responded to 07:29 Timson, David
4 Chapter 38: How Mr. Winkle 06:19 Timson, David
5 'Well!' said Mr. Winkle 06:22 Timson, David
6 'My dear friend' said Mr. Ben Allen 06:22 Timson, David
7 The mirth of Mr. Bob Sawyer was rapidly ripening i 05:59 Timson, David
8 About half-past twelve o'clock 06:56 Timson, David
9 Chapter 39: Mr. Samuel Weller, being intrusted 07:25 Timson, David
10 Sam continued to sit on the large stone 06:18 Timson, David
11 Sam ruminated for a few moments 05:57 Timson, David
12 Flattering as these professions of good feeling we 04:22 Timson, David
CD: 18
1 After an abscence of five or ten minutes 04:53 Timson, David
2 While these things were going on 06:43 Timson, David
3 Chapter 40: Introduces Mr. Pickwick 06:49 Timson, David
4 But this Sam flatly and positively 06:53 Timson, David
5 'Aha, my dear sir', said the little man 06:13 Timson, David
6 This was a room of specially dirty appearance 05:07 Timson, David
7 The hackney-coach jolted along Fleet Street 04:31 Timson, David
8 Chapter 41: What befell Mr. Pickwick 07:37 Timson, David
9 In the galleries themselves 07:21 Timson, David
10 As Sam concluded 06:48 Timson, David
11 This figure was the first to perceive 06:18 Timson, David
12 Unwilling to hazard another quarrel 04:07 Timson, David
13 Chapter 42: Illustrative, like the preceding one 05:50 Timson, David
CD: 19
1 After breakfasting in a small closet 06:40 Timson, David
2 Subsequent occurences confirmed 05:53 Timson, David
3 The matter was soon arranged, as the turnkey had f 06:14 Timson, David
4 Turning these things in his mind 06:22 Timson, David
5 Jingle delivered this singular summary of his pros 05:48 Timson, David
6 Chapter 43: Showing how Mr. Samuel Weller 05:13 Timson, David
7 Now, the place where this discourse occurred 05:21 Timson, David
8 'I remember, gentlemen', said Mr. Pell 06:33 Timson, David
9 'Well, now' said Sam 06:37 Timson, David
10 Meanwhile, Sam having been formally introduced 05:19 Timson, David
11 By the time the officer arrived 03:55 Timson, David
12 Chapter 44: Treats of divers little matters 04:55 Timson, David
13 'One night he was took very ill...' 03:59 Timson, David
14 The above short dialogue took place as Mr. Weller 06:33 Timson, David
CD: 20
1 'After that, we went into chancery...' 06:43 Timson, David
2 There was something so very abrupt and unsettled 05:51 Timson, David
3 He had sat ruminating about the matter for some ti 06:22 Timson, David
4 Chapter 45: Descriptive of an affecting interview 07:16 Timson, David
5 Here the old gentleman shook his head from side to 06:27 Timson, David
6 After Mrs. Weller and the red-nosed gentleman 06:30 Timson, David
7 During the delivery of the oration 06:42 Timson, David
8 During the whole of this time 07:35 Timson, David
9 The area formed by the wall in that part of the fl 06:21 Timson, David
10 Chapter 46: Records at touching art 05:48 Timson, David
11 The above examination of a child of tender years 06:32 Timson, David
12 However, there was no help of it 06:56 Timson, David
CD: 21
1 The waiter was once despatched 05:25 Timson, David
2 Chapter 47: Is chiefly devoted to matters 06:03 Timson, David
3 Punctually at the appointed hour next morning 05:12 Timson, David
4 Mr. Pickwick, whose face had been undergoing 05:44 Timson, David
5 As Sam Weller spoke, he threw the door open 06:01 Timson, David
6 Mr. Pickwick's nature was a good deal worked upon 06:12 Timson, David
7 Chapter 48: Relates how Mr. Pickwick 05:27 Timson, David
8 While these observations were being exchanged 05:58 Timson, David
9 'Stop a moment, ma'am' said Bob Sawyer 06:31 Timson, David
10 This reminded Mr. Bob Sawyer 06:47 Timson, David
11 At length, when this determination had been announ 06:19 Timson, David
12 Chapter 49: Containing the story 06:31 Timson, David
13 I don't quite recollect how many tumblers of whisk 06:27 Timson, David
CD: 22
1 There might be a dozen of them 06:01 Timson, David
2 As the guard spoke, there all at once appeared 06:03 Timson, David
3 At present, however, his thoughts were occupied 06:00 Timson, David
4 Now, my uncle was always remarkable for great bold 06:22 Timson, David
5 'You will never leave me' murmured the young lady 06:03 Timson, David
6 Chapter 50: How Mr. Pickwick sped 06:23 Timson, David
7 Mr. Pickwick might very probably have reasoned him 06:08 Timson, David
8 During this short interchange 06:16 Timson, David
9 The delicate nature of this commission 06:20 Timson, David
10 Deprived of the young lady's society 05:27 Timson, David
11 'Did you speak, Sire?' inquired Mr. Winkle 05:34 Timson, David
12 Chapter 51: In which Mr. Pickwick encounters 06:05 Timson, David
13 Expatiating upon this learned and remarkable theor 06:30 Timson, David
CD: 23
1 'And how are matters going on in Eatanswill?' inqu 05:26 Timson, David
2 Hole-and-corner buffery 05:29 Timson, David
3 This gentleman was shown in the room 06:30 Timson, David
4 'The ribaldry of this miserable man is despicably 06:25 Timson, David
5 Chapter 52: Involving a serious change 07:06 Timson, David
6 Mr. Weller drew the household beauty closer to him 06:23 Timson, David
7 While the old gentleman was thus engaged 07:44 Timson, David
8 'Wery kind o' the old lady to think o' me' said Sa 07:31 Timson, David
9 Chapter 53: Comprising the final exit 07:42 Timson, David
10 'Foolish fellow' said Mr. Pickwick 07:04 Timson, David
11 It was brief enough on Mr. Jingle's part 06:38 Timson, David
12 There was a coolness about all this 05:19 Timson, David
CD: 24
1 'If there's law in England, Sir' said Dodson 03:10 Timson, David
2 Chapter 54: Containing some particulars 05:56 Timson, David
3 Having cloed the room door 07:10 Timson, David
4 Thus expressing himself, the little gentleman poke 06:23 Timson, David
5 The fat boy, gradually recovering his former posit 06:30 Timson, David
6 At this point of the reconciliation 04:55 Timson, David
7 'Dear me!' said Mr. Pickwick 06:18 Timson, David
8 Chapter 55: Mr. Solomon Pell 06:37 Timson, David
9 The messenger fortunately found Mr. Solomon Pell i 06:20 Timson, David
10 'What is the business upon which - um?' 06:00 Timson, David
11 'Hold hard here' interposed the mottled-faced gent 07:12 Timson, David
12 Wilkins flasher, esquire, now condescended 05:08 Timson, David
13 Chapter 56: An important conference 06:28 Timson, David
CD: 25
1 'This here money', said Sam 06:47 Timson, David
2 'You give me no great encouragement to conclude wh 05:18 Timson, David
3 At the close of this declaration 05:57 Timson, David
4 Arabella's tears flowed fast 05:02 Timson, David
5 Chapter 57: In which the Pickwick Club 05:50 Timson, David
6 There were few preparatory arrangements 06:29 Timson, David
7 Let us leave our old friend in one of those moment 06:10 Timson, David
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