Moods

Louisa May ALCOTT (1832 - 1888)

"Life is a train of moods like a string of beads; and as we pass through them they prove to be many colored lenses, which paint the world their own hue, and each shows us only what lies in its own focus." Emerson. This quote opens the story of Sylvia, an intelligent and "unreasonable" 19th century young woman, who has to choose between the two men who love her. But every choice has consequences. This is the first serious book for adults by the author of the best-selling "Little Women". It is as lively and sharp. Perfect for the same fans, and for fans of George Eliot who wrote much about the same topics. - Summary by Stav Nisser.

Genre(s): Humorous Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 CHAPTER I. IN A YEAR Laura Riley
00:30:48
Play 02 CHAPTER II. WHIMS Laura Riley
00:38:11
Play 03 CHAPTER III. AFLOAT Laura Riley
00:38:10
Play 04 CHAPTER IV. THROUGH FLOOD, AND FIELD, AND FIRE Laura Riley
00:48:03
Play 05 CHAPTER V. A GOLDEN WEDDING JayFoxe
00:35:10
Play 06 CHAPTER VI. WHY SYLVIA WAS HAPPY Kathleen Moore
00:20:02
Play 07 CHAPTER VII. DULL, BUT NECESSARY Kathleen Moore
00:12:41
Play 08 CHAPTER VIII. NO Kathleen Moore
00:17:08
Play 09 CHAPTER IX. HOLLY Lynda Marie Neilson
00:25:31
Play 10 CHAPTER X. YES Jeni McCann
00:14:43
Play 11 CHAPTER XI. WOOING Lynda Marie Neilson
00:19:51
Play 12 CHAPTER XII. WEDDING cathicol
00:11:07
Play 13 CHAPTER XIII. SYLVIA'S HONEYMOON Laura Riley
00:41:49
Play 14 CHAPTER XIV. A FIRESIDE FETE Corrinne LePage
00:20:49
Play 15 CHAPTER XV. EARLY AND LATE Laura Riley
00:23:41
Play 16 CHAPTER XVI. IN THE TWILIGHT Laura Riley
00:37:15
Play 17 CHAPTER XVII. ASLEEP AND AWAKE Sherri Lothridge
00:27:20
Play 18 CHAPTER XVIII. WHAT NEXT? JayFoxe
00:40:00
Play 19 CHAPTER XIX. SIX MONTHS Lynda Marie Neilson
00:26:18
Play 20 CHAPTER XX. COME Lynda Marie Neilson
00:34:34
Play 21 CHAPTER XXI. OUT OF THE SHADOW Lynda Marie Neilson
00:32:37