The Lady of the Camellias - abridged audio book on CD
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The Lady of the Camellias - abridged audio book on CD  -     Narrated By: Bill Homewood, Daniel Philpott
    By: Alexandre Dumas
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Known to all as "the Lady of the Camellias" because she is never seen without her favorite flowers, Marguerite Gautier, the most beautiful, brazen, and expensive courtesan in all of Paris. But despite having many lovers, she has never really loved---until she meets Armand Duval, young, handsome, and hopelessly in love with her.

Abridged MP3-CD; approximately 2 hours; 1 MP3-CD; read by Laura Paton, Daniel Philpott, Nigel Anthony, Heather Bell, and Bill Homewood.

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Title: The Lady of the Camellias - abridged audio book on CD
By: Alexandre Dumas
Narrated By: Bill Homewood, Daniel Philpott
Format: Compact disc
Vendor: Naxos on Brilliance Audio
Publication Date: 2016
Dimensions: 6.75 X 5.25 X 0.50 (inches)
Weight: 3 ounces
ISBN: 1522633758
ISBN-13: 9781522633754
Stock No: WW633751

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The tragic but doomed love of Marguerite and Armand, recounted so passionately in La Dame aux Camélias, became one of the great love stories from its first publication in 1848. The title role of the consumptive heroine and her ultimate sacrifice inspired actresses from Sarah Bernhardt to Greta Garbo—and Giuseppe Verdi to write La Traviata. In this sound dramatisation, the story of passion and conflict is as fresh and compelling as when it was first written.

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