• Finnegans Wake (unabridged)

New This Month

Celebrate Bloomsday with the first-ever commercially available unabridged recording of Finnegans Wake by James Joyce. Published 17 years after Ulysses, and worked on assiduously during that period, Finnegans Wake is a rich and poetic exploration of Irish history, myth and folktale. Joyce veteran Barry McGovern and the much-loved Marcella Riordan bring the novel’s idiosyncratic and dreamlike language to life, making it more accessible than ever before.

We also have The Complete Short Stories by Saki (H.H. Munro), narrated by Rupert Degas, as well as two titles read by David Timson: Tacitus’ The Histories, a fascinating close-up account of the years following Emperor Nero’s assassination, and John Galsworthy’s End of the Chapter, the third and final volume in The Forsyte Chronicles.


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