Orlando (unabridged)

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Virginia Woolf


Read by Juliet Stevenson


Published in 1928, Orlando is a fictional biography that spans several centuries and follows the protagonist, Orlando, an Elizabethan nobleman who undergoes a mysterious gender transformation.

The novel explores themes of gender identity, fluidity and the constraints imposed by societal norms. It challenges traditional notions of gender roles and raises questions about the nature of identity and the passage of time.

Orlando is widely regarded as one of Virginia Woolf’s most innovative and influential works. It is known for its lyrical prose and experimental narrative style, blending historical fiction, fantasy and satire. The book is often celebrated for its contribution to feminist literature.

  • Running Time: 9 h 17 m

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    Digital ISBN:978-1-78198-485-7
    Cat. no.:NA0597
    Produced by:John Foley
    Edited by:Ross Burman
    Released:February 24
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