• What Maisie Knew (unabridged)

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Award-winning actress Juliet Stevenson continues her successful run of Henry James recordings with What Maisie Knew, a remarkable tour de force about a young child who is thrust into the adult world of drama and failed relationships. Stevenson’s masterful narration guides the listener through the melodic prose of James’s late middle period. Leighton Pugh gives us another of Émile Zola’s brutal and brilliant novels, L’Assommoir, while Barnaby Edwards presents some of Nietzsche’s most passionate and polemical writing with Twilight of the Idols and The Antichrist. We also have the final volume in our series of informative introductions, A Concise History of Italy.

What Maisie Knew (unabridged)

Following a violent and messy divorce, young Maisie Farange floats back and forth between her parents, Beale and Ida, who use her as…

L’Assommoir (unabridged)

Brutal, gripping and heart-wrenching, L’Assommoir (also known as The Drinking Den) chronicles the tragic downward spiral of Gervaise…

Twilight of the Idols and The Antichrist (unabridged)

The last works completed before Nietzsche’s final years of insanity, Twilight of the Idols and The Antichrist contain some of his most…

A Concise History of Italy (unabridged)

Since its formation in 1861, Italy has struggled to develop an effective political system and a secure sense of national identity.

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