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The Woman in White is an epistolary novel written by Wilkie Collins in , serialized in , and first published in book form in The Woman in White is also an early example of a particular type of Collins narrative in which several characters in turn take up the telling of the story.

This creates a complex web in which readers are unsure which narrator can, and cannot, be trusted. Collins used this technique in his other novels, including The Moonstone. Summary from Wikipedia 25 hr 34 min. The novel is absorbing, though it has some very slow parts and a little too much repetition for my taste.

It is structured as a series of depositions in a criminal investigation and so you get many different perspectives on the same events. It is odd that there are different actors reading the same character and it's a bit jarring to switch from English to a American accents all the time. But generally it was fun to listen to. That was intense! I enjoyed this book far more than I expected too. The characters were amazing. Sweet Laura Fairlie, resourceful Marion Holcombe, and Walter Hartright who was determined to solve the mystery of the woman in white.

Then there was Mr. Fairlie, Laura's uncle. Oh how, I wanted to slap him! What a selfish, indolent man who cared nothing about his niece's interests who was forced into a loveless marriage. Sir Percival Glyde was nasty man who needed marriage for financial gain. Count Fosco who used his charms to cover up his devious plans. This book has layers of stolen identity, and hidden scandals. It was almost impossible to put this book down.

It was an amazing journey! Great book to read in audio format! Wilkie Collins kept me guessing to the end. The readers did a great job bringing the many interesting characters to life. I have to put in a plug for Elizabeth Klett's recording of Lady Audley's Secret, as this book was recommended to me based on that - I can confirm after listening to this one that they are a great pairing. What a spectacular ensemble performance of Librivox all stars. I was especially happy to hear the familiar but brief performances of two of my especial favorites, Kara Schallenberg sp?

All of my experience with Mr. Barnes had been in listening to the works of Tolstoy, so his performance as the awful Frederic Fairly was a surprise and delight. Bravo to all, with another hat's off to Mr. Smokestack brilliantly bringing the larger-than-life character of Count Fosco to The story was long and complex and the readers did so much to enlighten and explain things to me just in their reading of it.

Deepest thanks!! This is my fifth or sixth listening to a Wilkie Collins book. His development of character is masterful. In this book you will find one dark character whose weakness is appalling and shocking and another whose mental fortitude, physionomy, and quirks in pet choices is thoroughly hated and feared.

The chapters are read in the personality of the character and the readers of these two fully inhabit the characters they portray. Surely this book is a classic of 19th century England. One of Wilkies best! This story has so many interesting and intriguing characters. The story has a plethora of twists and turns, it is full of love and lust greed evil villains and crime and secrets and all sorts of surprises-that kept me turning pages after pages I couldn't put it down.

Stories such as this require a bit of patience to enjoy them fully. Let me assure you that this story is well worth it. The characters, villains and heroes alike, are both believable and multifaceted, and the twisting path that the plot leads you down will keep you guessing until the last words are read. Excellent readers make Mr. Collins's characters come alive, and by the time the tale is all told, you will wish it could go on forever. Toggle navigation LibriVox Audio Books. Reviews bravo bravo standing encore!!

Excellent 5 stars. When I thought the story was concluding, it was just beginning 5 stars. The Woman in White 5 stars. I'm so dizzy from all the twists and turns in this fabulous story! Gripping story with engaging readers 5 stars. BookDesign Contact Us. Read by Tim Bulkeley. Read by Alan Chant. Read by Kirsten Ferreri. II Marian Halcombe. Read by Ruth Golding. III Marian Halcombe.

IV Marian Halcombe. V Marian Halcombe. VI Marian Halcombe. VII Marian Halcombe. IX Marian Halcombe. Read by LibriVox Volunteers.

Read by David Barnes. Read by Julie Bynum. II Eliza Michelson. Read by Glen Hallstrom. V - VI Walter Hartright. VII Walter Hartright. IX Walter Hartright. X Walter Hartright. XI Walter Hartright, Mrs.

The Woman in White - version 2

The Woman in White is an epistolary novel written by Wilkie Collins in , serialized in , and first published in book form in The Woman in White is also an early example of a particular type of Collins narrative in which several characters in turn take up the telling of the story. This creates a complex web in which readers are unsure which narrator can, and cannot, be trusted. Collins used this technique in his other novels, including The Moonstone. Summary from Wikipedia 25 hr 34 min.

And it would be confusing to use the same number twice. There was a bit of dissent, and I did give it quite a bit of thought.

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The Woman in White

Quick links. There are 11 parts: 5 female, 5 male, and one the tombstone that could be either. I would like to stick to gender-appropriate casting. Also, as this will be technically trickier than the usual method of reading, this may not be a good choice for your first project if you are a new volunteer! It is considered to be to the first mystery novel, and is widely regarded as one of the first and finest in the genre of 'sensation novels' The Woman In White is also an early example of a particular type of Collins narrative in which several characters in turn take up the telling of the story. This creates a complex web in which readers are unsure which narrator can, and cannot, be trusted.

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The Woman in White is Wilkie Collins 's fifth published novel, written in It is considered to be among the first mystery novels and is widely regarded as one of the first and finest in the genre of " sensation novels ". The story is sometimes considered an early example of detective fiction with protagonist Walter Hartright employing many of the sleuthing techniques of later private detectives. The use of multiple narrators including nearly all the principal characters draws on Collins's legal training, [1] [2] and as he points out in his preamble: "the story here presented will be told by more than one pen, as the story of an offence against the laws is told in Court by more than one witness".

Online text. Wikipedia Book - The Woman in White.

This is the first scholarly work to examine the cultural significance of the "talking book" since the invention of the phonograph in , the earliest machine to enable the reproduction of the human voice. Recent advances in sound technology make this an opportune moment to reflect on the evolution of our reading practices since this remarkable invention. Some questions addressed by the collection include: How does auditory literature adapt printed texts?

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Written by Wilkie Collins. Narrated by LibriVox Community. The story begins in , at Combe-Raven in West Somersetshire, the country residence of the happy Vanstone family. When Andrew Vanstone is killed suddenly in an accident and his wife follows shortly thereafter, it is revealed that they were not married at the time of their daughters' births, making their daughters "Nobody's Children" in the eyes of English law and robbing them of their inheritance. Andrew Vanstone's elder brother Michael gleefully takes possession of his brother's fortune, leaving his nieces to make their own way in the world.

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Another big hurray for the librivox. It was worth it, they gave a professional level performance of a great classic. Thank you all. As an introduction let me just copy from the wikipedia entry :. The Woman in White is an epistolary novel written by Wilkie Collins in , serialized in —, and first published in book form in

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