Legends of Charlemagne (Version 2)

Thomas BULFINCH (1796 - 1867)

This study of Charlemagne is directed at the general literature reading public. Although the author tried to remain true to the legend and mythology surrounding the King of the Franks, renowned for uniting much of Europe, he points out that this is not a scholastic work for serious study, but rather to be read for enjoyment. - Summary by Lynne Thompson

Genre(s): Biography & Autobiography

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Introduction Bill Mosley
00:25:27
Play 02 The Peers, or Paladins AnaNaumoska
00:20:27
Play 03 The Tournament Layla Marinos
00:19:23
Play 04 The Siege of Albracca Lori Arsenault
00:29:49
Play 05 Adventures of Rinaldo and Orlando James Wood
00:22:52
Play 06 The Invasion of France James Wood
00:21:08
Play 07 The Invasion of France Continued Drew Brentson
00:20:38
Play 08 Bradamante and Rogero DJRickyV
00:32:13
Play 09 Astolpho and the Enchantress DJRickyV
00:36:08
Play 10 The Orc Lucy Kempton
00:17:20
Play 11 Astolpho's Adventures Continued and Isabella's Begun Lucy Kempton
00:13:38
Play 12 Medoro Lee
00:22:11
Play 13 Orlando Mad Lucy Kempton
00:17:40
Play 14 Zerbino and Isabella Tracy Carnes
00:20:35
Play 15 Astolpho in Abyssinia Lucy Kempton
00:17:15
Play 16 The War in Africa Courtney Miller
00:25:02
Play 17 Rogero and Bradamante issamel
00:31:48
Play 18 The Battle of Roncesvalles Andrew Gaunce
00:28:04
Play 19 Rinaldo and Bayard Lucy Kempton
00:13:02
Play 20 Death of Rinaldo Lucy Kempton
00:13:33
Play 21 Huon of Bordeaux Julie Burks
00:16:50
Play 22 Huon of Bordeaux Continued Julie Burks
00:25:24
Play 23 Huon of Bordeaux Continued Julie Burks
00:15:45
Play 24 Ogier, the Dane Lynette Morris
00:17:10
Play 25 Ogier, the Dane Continued Lynette Morris
00:13:54
Play 26 Ogier, the Dane Continued Lynette Morris
00:18:10