The Red and The Black

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First published in 1830, Stendhal's great psychological novel tells the story of Julien Sorel, an ambitious and intelligent youth from a poor country family, who uses the church as his career path into society and thence the army; but Julien's fate is ultimately decided by his passion for two women. Here, Bill Homeward reads the Scott Moncrieff translation (1926). Abridged. 7 CDs; running time 8 hrs 35 mins.

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The Red and The Black

The Red and The Black

Stendhal

Naxos2011

Audio CD126x144mm

9781843794134     Product Code: 225303

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First published in 1830, Stendhal's great psychological novel tells the story of Julien Sorel, an ambitious and intelligent youth from a poor country family, who uses the church as his career path into society and thence the army; but Julien's fate is ultimately decided by his passion for two women. Here, Bill Homeward reads the Scott Moncrieff translation (1926). Abridged. 7 CDs; running time 8 hrs 35 mins.

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