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75 of 75 (100%) sections assigned

75 of 75 (100%) sections completed

This project has a dedicated proof-listener who will listen to all sections: KevinS

SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
0 Author's Preface  MichaelMaggs PL OK
1 For a Picture of St. Dorothea  MichaelMaggs PL OK
2 Heaven—Haven  MichaelMaggs PL OK
3 The Habit of Perfection  MichaelMaggs PL OK
4 The Wreck of the Deutschland  MichaelMaggs PL OK
5 Penmaen Pool  MichaelMaggs PL OK
6 The Silver Jubilee  MichaelMaggs PL OK
7 God’s Grandeur  MichaelMaggs PL OK
8 The Starlight Night  MichaelMaggs PL OK
9 Spring  MichaelMaggs PL OK
10 The Lantern out of Doors  MichaelMaggs PL OK
11 The Sea and the Skylark  MichaelMaggs PL OK
12 The Windhover  MichaelMaggs PL OK
13 Pied Beauty  MichaelMaggs PL OK
14 Hurrahing in Harvest  MichaelMaggs PL OK
15 The Caged Skylark  MichaelMaggs PL OK
16 In the Valley of the Elwy  MichaelMaggs PL OK
17 The Loss of the Eurydice  MichaelMaggs PL OK
18 The May Magnificat  MichaelMaggs PL OK
19 Binsey Poplars  MichaelMaggs PL OK
20 Duns Scotus’s Oxford  MichaelMaggs PL OK
21 Henry Purcell  MichaelMaggs PL OK
22 Peace  MichaelMaggs PL OK
23 The Bugler’s First Communion  MichaelMaggs PL OK
24 Morning Midday and Evening Sacrifice  MichaelMaggs PL OK
25 Andromeda  MichaelMaggs PL OK
26 The Candle Indoors  MichaelMaggs PL OK
27 The Handsome Heart  MichaelMaggs PL OK
28 At the Wedding March  MichaelMaggs PL OK
29 Felix Randal  MichaelMaggs PL OK
30 Brothers  MichaelMaggs PL OK
31 Spring and Fall  MichaelMaggs PL OK
32 Spelt from Sibyl’s Leaves  MichaelMaggs PL OK
33 Inversnaid  MichaelMaggs PL OK
34 'As kingfishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
35 Ribblesdale  MichaelMaggs PL OK
36 The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo  MichaelMaggs PL OK
37 The Blessed Virgin compared to the Air we Breathe  MichaelMaggs PL OK
38 To what serves Mortal Beauty?  MichaelMaggs PL OK
39 [The Soldier]  MichaelMaggs PL OK
40 [Carrion Comfort]  MichaelMaggs PL OK
41 'No worst, there is none'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
42 Tom’s Garland  MichaelMaggs PL OK
43 Harry Ploughman  MichaelMaggs PL OK
44 'To seem the stranger lies my lot, my life'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
45 'I wake and feel the fell of dark, not day'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
46 'Patience, hard thing! the hard thing but to pray'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
47 'My own heart let me have more have pity on'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
48 That Nature is a Heraclitean Fire and of the comfort of the Resurrection  MichaelMaggs PL OK
49 St. Alphonsus Rodriguez  MichaelMaggs PL OK
50 'Thou art indeed just, Lord, if I contend'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
51 To R. B.  MichaelMaggs PL OK
52 Summa  MichaelMaggs PL OK
53 'What being in rank-old nature should earlier have that breath been'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
54 On the Portrait of Two Beautiful Young People  MichaelMaggs PL OK
55 'The sea took pity: it interposed with doom'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
56 [Ash-boughs]  MichaelMaggs PL OK
57 'Hope holds to Christ the mind’s own mirror out'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
58 St. Winefred’s Well  MichaelMaggs PL OK
59 'What shall I do for the land that bred me'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
60 'The times are nightfall, look, their light grows less'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
61 Cheery Beggar  MichaelMaggs PL OK
62 'Denis, whose motionable, alert, most vaulting wit'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
63 'The furl of fresh-leaved dogrose'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
64 The Woodlark  MichaelMaggs PL OK
65 Moonrise  MichaelMaggs PL OK
66 'Repeat that, repeat'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
67 On a piece of music  MichaelMaggs PL OK
68 'The child is father to the man'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
69 'The shepherd’s brow, fronting forked lightning'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
70 To his Watch  MichaelMaggs PL OK
71 'Strike, churl; hurl, cheerless wind'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
72 Epithalamion  MichaelMaggs PL OK
73 'Thee, God, I come from, to thee go'  MichaelMaggs PL OK
74 'To him who ever thought with love of me'  MichaelMaggs PL OK