Read by Georgina Sutton
George Eliot’s first full-length novel, Adam Bede, is a profound rendering of 19th-century English pastoral life. This timeless story of seduction and betrayal follows the virtuous carpenter Adam Bede, whose world is soon disrupted when the all-too-beautiful Hetty betrays him for another villager. Her actions precipitate a turmoil of tragic events that shake the very foundations of their serene rural community. Eliot’s gift for leisurely and lyrical prose is in full effect here and her insight into human emotion and complexity is unrivalled.
Running Time: 20 h 42 m
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ISBN: 978-1-84379-783-8 Digital ISBN: 978-1-84379-784-5 Cat. no.: NA0155 Download size: 316 MB BISAC: FIC004000 Released: February 2015
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