Once There Was Time

John Frederick Freeman (1880 - 1929)

LibriVox volunteers bring you 18 recordings of Once There Was Time by John Frederick Freeman.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for February 21, 2021.
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John Frederick Freeman was an English poet and essayist, who gave up a successful career in insurance to write full-time. He was born in London and started as an office boy aged 13. He was a close friend of Walter de la Mare from 1907, who lobbied hard with Edward Marsh to get Freeman into the Georgian Poetry series; with eventual success. De la Mare's biographer Theresa Whistler describes him as "tall, gangling, ugly, solemn, punctilious". This poem is taken from POEMS NEW AND OLD By John Freeman (1920) - Summary by David Lawrence

Genre(s): Multi-version (Weekly and Fortnightly poetry)

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Once There Was Time - Read by AG Andrew Gaunce
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Play 02 Once There Was Time - Read by AK Alex Kameleon
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Play 03 Once There Was Time - Read by APS Adrian Stephens
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Play 04 Once There Was Time - Read by BK Bruce Kachuk
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Play 05 Once There Was Time - Read by CB Caitlin Buckley
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Play 06 Once There Was Time - Read by CJPH ChadH94
00:01:11
Play 07 Once There Was Time - Read by EL0 Newgatenovelist
00:01:53
Play 08 Once There Was Time - Read by FLT Frank249942
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Play 09 Once There Was Time - Read by FS fshort
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Play 10 Once There Was Time - Read by GG Greg Giordano
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Play 11 Once There Was Time - Read by GRS Graham Scott
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Play 12 Once There Was Time - Read by LAH Lee Ann Howlett
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Play 13 Once There Was Time - Read by LCW Larry Wilson
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Play 14 Once There Was Time - Read by LS LeeSalter
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Play 15 Once There Was Time - Read by NRA Nicholas Adduci
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Play 16 Once There Was Time - Read by PS Phil Schempf
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Play 17 Once There Was Time - Read by R Rapunzelina
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Play 18 Once There Was Time - Read by TM Tasha C Mapes
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