GRIFFIN,GORDON :: A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN PROSE

GRIFFIN,GORDON - A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN PROSE
Interpret GRIFFIN,GORDON
Titel A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN PROSE
Format MP3 CD
Bestell- Nr. 443782-2
Veröffentlicht 10/2017
 
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»A Christmas Carol« gehört zu den beliebtesten Werken des Autors und ist ein Musterbeispiel für die moralisierende Erzählung des Viktorianischen Zeitalters. Es ist nicht nur ein Weihnachtsmärchen, sondern enthält auch eine sozialkritische Komponente. Wer kennt ihn nicht, den zynischen, alten
Blutsauger Ebenezer Scrooge, der es selbst am Weihnachtsabend bedauert, seinem Angestellten freigeben zu müssen, Bittsteller verjagt und die Einladung seines Neffen zum Weihnachtsessen
barsch ablehnt. Scrooge, dessen Name als Bezeichnung für extremen Geiz in die englische Umgangssprache Eingang gefunden hat, gehört eindeutig zu den niederträchtigsten Figuren der Literatur – zumindest vor seinem Sinneswandel. Der wird durch die Geister vergangener,
gegenwärtiger und zukünftiger Weihnachtsfeste eingeleitet. Der habsüchtige Egoist lernt
Weihnachten zu feiern und ist fortan ein anderer Mensch.

• Erstmals als MP3
• Klassiker der englischen Literatur
• Native Speaker Gordon Griffin

Titlellisting :: Hörproben

STAVE I: MARLEY'S GHOST   [5.16]
ONCE UPON A TIME ...   [4.07]
THERE ARE MANY THINGS ...   [3.33]
THIS LUNATIC ...   [3.48]
MEANWHILE THE FOG ...   [2.46]
AT LENGTH THE HOUR ...   [1.34]
SCROOGE TOOK HIS MELANCHOLY DINNER ...   [4.50]
UP SCROOGE WENT ...   [5.09]
SCROOGE HAD OFTEN HEARD ...   [5.24]
AGAIN THE SPECTRE RAISED A CRY ...   [5.06]
SCROOGE WAS VERY MUCH DISMAYED ...   [5.24]
STAVE II: THE FIRST OF THE THREE SPIRITS   [4.33]
IT WAS A STRANGE FIGURE ...   [5.07]
AS THE WORDS WERE SPOKEN ...   [4.17]
THEY WENT, THE GHOST AND SCROOGE ...   [3.49]
THE GHOST SMILED THOUGHTFULLY ...   [4.26]
ALTHOUGH THEY HAD ...   [3.18]
IN CAME A FIDDLER ...   [4.24]
DURING THE WHOLE TIME ...   [2.24]
MY TIME GROWS SHORT ...   [5.28]
THEY WERE IN ANOTHER SCENE ...   [6.37]
STAVE III: THE SECOND OF THE THREE SPIRITS   [3.19]
IT WAS HIS OWN ROOM ...   [4.00]
HOLLY, MISTLETOE, RED BERRIES ...   [5.50]
BUT SOON THE STEEPLES ...   [3.49]
AND PERHAPS IT WAS ...   [5.12]
HIS ACTIVE LITTLE CRUTCH ...   [5.56]
SPIRIT, SAID SCROOGE ...   [5.27]
BY THIS TIME ...   [1.55]
AND NOW, WITHOUT A WORD ...   [1.52]
THE SPIRIT DID NOT TARRY ...   [0.31]
BUILT UPON A DISMAL REEF ...   [2.03]
IT WAS A GREAT SURPRISE ...   [4.12]
TOPPER HAD CLEARY ...   [3.07]
BUT THEY DIDNT DEVOTE ...   [6.17]
MUCH THEY SAW ...   [5.33]
STAVE IV: THE LAST OF THE SPIRITS   [3.00]
THEY SCARCELY SEEMED ...   [5.33]
THEY LEFT THE BUSY SCENE ...   [4.32]
IF HE WANTED TO KEEPEM ...   [4.32]
SCROOGE LISTENED TO THIS DIALOGUE ...   [5.00]
THE PHANTOM SPREAD IST DARK ROBE ...   [3.16]
THE GHOST CONDUCTED HIM ...   [3.47]
HE LEFT THE ROOM ...   [4.02]
THE GHOST OF CHRISTMAS ...   [5.10]
STAVE V: THE END OF IT   [3.05]
HE WAS CHECKED IN HIS TRANSPORTS ...   [4.28]
HE DRESSED HIMSELF ...   [4.27]
BUT HE WAS EARLY AT THE OFFICE ...   [4.05]
THE COVENTRY CAROL   [3.15]