• Thérèse Raquin (unabridged)

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Juliet Stevenson narrates Thérèse Raquin, Émile Zola’s gritty and thought-provoking novel about sexual compulsion and its consequences on the lives of four people and a tabby cat. Published in 1867, the novel established Zola’s reputation as a writer who forensically explored the darker side of human nature. We also have The Blazing World by Margaret Cavendish, read by Lucy Scott. A feminist take on the utopian genre, The Blazing World tells of a lady who is shipwrecked and seeks to ensure that the place in which she finds herself is transformed into a world free of war, sexual discrimination and religious discord.

Thérèse Raquin (unabridged)

Published in 1867,Thérèse Raquin is the novel which established Zola’s reputation as a writer who forensically explored the darker side of human nature.

The Blazing World (unabridged)

Born in 1623 as the youngest child of a wealthy Essex family, Margaret Cavendish became a Maid of Honour to Queen Henrietta Maria before going on to marry the widowed…

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The NAB Blog: The Poetic Edda – Norse Myth and Heroism
The Poetic Edda (unabridged)

Norse myth figures largely in Western culture and this has been particularly apparent in recent decades. Tolkien drew extensively on this tradition in both The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, as did his friend C.S. Lewis, albeit to …

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