Twain's story of an orphan is often cited as the greatest American novel.
Based in the mid 1800s before the Civil War, the novel chronicles the journey of and relationship between Huckleberry Finn and a runaway southern slave, Jim, as they flee south on the Mississippi River. The pair have a journey that bring them together and that clearly shows Mark Twain's dislike for slavery in the southern culture.
Author : Various
Narrator : William Roberts
Published By : Select Music & Distribution
Duration : 2 hours 35 minutes
Categories : Short Stories
Author : Melvyn Bragg
Narrator : Patricia Hodge, Hugh Ross, Robert Powell & Bill Bingham
Published By : Hodder & Stoughton Audiobooks
Duration : 2 hours
Categories : Arts & Drama
Author : Rafael Sabatini
Narrator : Colonial Radio Theatre
Published By : Colonial Radio Theatre On The Air
Duration : 37 minutes
Categories : Audio Theater
Author : Jonathan Swift
Narrator : Pamela Garelick
Published By : Blackstone Audio Inc
Duration : 12 hours
Categories : Classic Literature
Price : $49.95 $23.95
Swift’s masterpiece of satire tells of the fantastic voyages of the Englishman Lemuel Gulliver, whose travels take him to lands where the inhabitants are only six inches tall as well as to lands where they are sixty feet high, where horses have the capacity to reason, and where animals are... See full description...
Author : Rudyard Kipling
Narrator : David Ian Davies
Published By : One Voice Recordings
Duration : 27 minutes
Categories : Poetry
Price : $13.00
Ten enduring Kipling poems recited in the wonderful Cockney lilt. See full description...