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72 of 106 (68%) sections completed

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SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
1 CONTINUATION OF THE BLACK’S VISITS TO HIS PRISONERS  neecheelok70 24:29 Listen PL OK
2 A CONVERSATION  neecheelok70 31:34 Listen PL OK
3 THE CONVERSATION CONCLUDED  neecheelok70 17:55 Listen PL OK
4 ESTHER DE MEDINA AND OLD DEATH  neecheelok70 24:07 Listen PL OK
5 OLD DEATH IN THE DUNGEON  neecheelok70 25:28 Listen PL OK
6 THOMAS RAINFORD  northstar95 17:06 Listen PL OK
7 OLD DEATH  northstar95 20:02 Listen PL OK
8 AN EXPLANATORY CONVERSATION  northstar95 19:33 Listen PL OK
9 THE INSOLVENT DEBTORS’ COURT  northstar95 25:23 Listen PL OK
10 THE EXAMINATION OF MR. FRANK CURTIS  northstar95 24:45 Listen PL OK
11 THE LAPSE OF NINETEEN YEARS  northstar95 29:09 Listen PL OK
12 MR. HATFIELD  northstar95 20:02 Listen PL OK
13 TWO OF THE READER’S OLD FRIENDS  northstar95 14:40 Listen PL OK
14 A MAN OF BUSINESS  Steven Seitel 14:14 Listen PL OK
15 CHARLES HATFIELD  Steven Seitel 36:12 Listen PL OK
16 THE PROJECTED RAILWAY COMPANY  Steven Seitel 37:20 Listen PL OK
17 ELUCIDATIONS  northstar95 32:17 Listen PL OK
18 THE WANDERERS  GRuss 26:27 Listen PL OK
19 THE JOURNEY CONTINUED AND CONCLUDED  northstar95 37:48 Listen PL OK
20 THE ADVERTISING AGENT  Steven Seitel 11:17 Listen PL OK
21 PERDITA  RitaBoutros 39:05 Listen PL OK
22 THE SYREN’S ARTS AND CHARMS  MajorHistory 50:50 Listen PL OK
23 THE DANGEROUS SOPHISTRY OF A LOVELY WOMAN  northstar95 15:03 Listen PL OK
24 A THRONE SURROUNDED BY REPUBLICAN INSTITUTIONS  GillH 44:40 Listen PL OK
25 A PAINFUL SCENE  GillH 30:50 Listen PL OK
26 CHARLES HATFIELD AND MRS. FITZHARDINGE  GillH 21:19 Listen PL OK
27 INFATUATION  GillH 42:22 Listen PL OK
28 TWO MORE OLD ACQUAINTANCES  GillH 18:55 Listen PL OK
29 THE MONEY-LENDER  GillH 24:53 Listen PL OK
30 THE MISER ALONE IN HIS DWELLING   2794 words Open
31 FRESH SCENES AND MORE TROUBLES AT HOME  Lynnet 33:29 Listen PL OK
32 THE FLIGHT  northstar95 16:29 Listen PL OK
33 THE DRESS-MAKER: A LOVE STORY Part 1  neecheelok70 Read to “But it was not for her to invite a revelation of the fair patrician’s cause of sorrow: she therefore remained silent.” 42:19 Listen PL OK
34 THE DRESS-MAKER: A LOVE STORY Part 2  neecheelok70 Read from ““‘Julia,’ said her ladyship, suddenly turning towards her again, and taking her hand as she thus spoke,” to “accompanied by the fervent gratitude and blessings of the fair patrician whom she had thus extricated from a maze of the most frightful difficulties.” 33:27 Listen PL OK
35 THE DRESS-MAKER: A LOVE STORY Part 3  neecheelok70 Read from ““The very next morning, while Julia was seated at work in her parlour,” 36:09 Listen PL OK
36 CONCLUSION OF THE HISTORY OF THE DRESS-MAKER: A LOVE STORY  neecheelok70 26:34 Listen PL OK
37 DOVER  northstar95 24:08 Listen PL OK
38 A MYSTERIOUS OCCURRENCE.—THE JOURNEY CONTINUED  northstar95 20:56 Listen PL OK
39 TWO UNPLEASANT LODGERS   4418 words Open
40 THE CAPTAIN’S LUDICROUS ADVENTURE  Christiaan0726 5130 words claimed 9/3 Assigned
41 THE CHARTER HOUSE  neecheelok70 20:51 Listen PL OK
42 A STRANGE NARRATIVE  neecheelok70 5411 words claimed 10/13 PL OK
43 THE COLONEL AND THE CAPTAIN  KathrynP 13:44 Listen PL OK
44 THE CALM.—THE TEMPEST   5889 words Open
45 THE FATHER, THE SON, AND THE SON’S WIFE   7096 words Open
46 FATHER AND SON   4131 words Open
47 MRS. FITZHARDINGE   3143 words Open
48 THE MOTHER AND DAUGHTER   5219 words Open
49 THE HALF-BROTHERS  northstar95 23:00 Listen PL OK
50 POLITICAL OBSERVATIONS.—THE DEPARTURE OF CHARLES HATFIELD  Lynnet 12:15 Listen PL OK
51 MRS. MORTIMER IN LONDON   4060 words Open
52 MRS. MORTIMER’S ADVENTURES CONTINUED   3452 words Open
53 THE HUSBAND AND WIFE  ibkhan 22:15 Listen See PL notes
54 AGNES VERNON AND HER FATHER   3954 words Open
55 LAURA IN PARIS   7447 words (includes verse -- not necessary to sing La Marseillaise!) Open
56 LAURA AND ROSALIE   3603 words Open
57 LAURA’S AMOUR   3490 words Open
58 LORD WILLIAM TREVELYAN   5189 words Open
59 A SKETCH OF TWO BROTHERS.—A MYSTERY   4806 words Open
60 THE LAWYER   4647 words Open
61 THE NOBLEMAN AND THE LAWYER  Horner94 16:49 Listen PL OK
62 A SCENE  northstar95 23:40 Listen PL OK
63 AGNES AND MRS. MORTIMER   4949 words Open
64 JACK RILY, THE DOCTOR   5614 words Open
65 A MAIDEN’S FIRST LOVE  Pinklady77 18:43 Listen PL OK
66 HOPES FULFILLED   3372 words Open
67 A NIGHT OF TERRORS  christinabui 28:23 Listen PL OK
68 THE HAUNTED HOUSE IN STAMFORD STREET  Steven Seitel 27:37 Listen PL OK
69 SCENES IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE  Steven Seitel 31:33 Listen PL OK
70 HISTORY OF THE HAUNTED HOUSES IN STAMFORD STREET  5Tommy00 7629 words claimed 9/5 Assigned
71 CONCLUSION OF THE HISTORY OF THE HAUNTED HOUSES Part 1   Read to “But we dare not pause to analyse the thoughts or describe the feelings of the wretched young man during the interval between his condemnation and the execution of the sentence.” 7318 words Open
72 CONCLUSION OF THE HISTORY OF THE HAUNTED HOUSES Part 2   Read from “The fatal moment arrived when the gallant British soldier, stripped naked to the waist, was tied up to receive the torture of the lash,” to “A mortal terror was upon her—a consternation, as if she beheld the skeleton form of Death hovering dimly in the obscure distance.” 5954 words Open
73 CONCLUSION OF THE HISTORY OF THE HAUNTED HOUSES Part 3   Read from “Taking her hand, and pressing it with convulsive violence, Leonard said in a low and hollow tone,” 4953 words Open
74 THE GHOST.—AGNES AND MRS. MORTIMER   4519 words Open
75 AGNES AND TREVELYAN   3325 words Open
76 EXPLANATIONS   2196 words Open
77 LAURA MORTIMER’S NEW INTRIGUES   5105 words Open
78 AN UNEXPECTED VISIT AND A DREADED ARRIVAL  2839reader 22:01 Listen PL OK
79 LAURA AND HER MOTHER.—ANOTHER INTERRUPTION  2839reader 26:42 Listen PL OK
80 THE LAWYER’S HEAD CLERK  2839reader 20:03 Listen PL OK
81 DR. SWINTON   2131 words Open
82 THE LUNATIC ASYLUM  Pinklady77 16:07 Listen PL OK
83 THE CONFESSIONS OF A LUNATIC Part 1  LittlePatterson Please read to “what an idiot I was, not to have seen through the man and his quackery on the occasion of that visit, the particulars of which I have detailed at such length.” 30:24 Listen PL OK
84 THE CONFESSIONS OF A LUNATIC Part 2   Please read from “June 18th, 1846.” 5245 words Open
85 SCENES IN THE LUNATIC ASYLUM   3366 words Open
86 A SCENE IN A CAB   3470 words Open
87 THE OLD MARQUIS AND THE YOUNG LORD   4011 words Open
88 MRS. MORTIMER IN LONDON AGAIN  Lynnet 13:52 Listen PL OK
89 JACK RILY AND MRS. MORTIMER  neecheelok70 24:12 Listen PL OK
90 MOTHER AND DAUGHTER AGAIN  neecheelok70 22:43 Listen PL OK
91 HORRORS.  neecheelok70 17:25 Listen PL OK
92 RESOLUTIONS.  neecheelok70 14:24 Listen PL OK
93 THE MARQUIS OF DELMOUR  neecheelok70 16:38 Listen PL OK
94 CASTELCICALA  neecheelok70 19:44 Listen PL OK
95 THE MARCHIONESS OF DELMOUR  neecheelok70 25:33 Listen PL OK
96 JACK RILY AND THE LAWYER’S CLERK  neecheelok70 15:32 Listen PL OK
97 MR. HEATHCOTE AND HIS CLERK  neecheelok70 21:44 Listen PL OK
98 JACK RILY AND VITRIOL BOB  neecheelok70 22:30 Listen PL OK
99 THE BENGAL ARMS.—RENEWED WANDERINGS  neecheelok70 18:1 Listen PL OK
100 THE CATASTROPHE  neecheelok70 15:92 Listen PL OK
101 THE CASTELCICALAN REPUBLIC  neecheelok70 13:42 Listen PL OK
102 CHARLES HATFIELD IN LONDON AGAIN  neecheelok70 18:58 Listen PL OK
103 MR. GREEN’S OFFICE  neecheelok70 23:22 Listen PL OK
104 PERDITA, THE LOST ONE!  neecheelok70 21:16 Listen PL OK
105 MR. GREEN’S MISSION  neecheelok70 21:12 Listen PL OK
106 CONCLUSION  neecheelok70 27:36 Listen PL OK