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Confessions

Saint Augustine of Hippo (354-430)

1. 01 – Book 01, Chapters 01-10
2. 02 – Book 01, Chapters 11-19
3. 03 – Book 02, Chapters 01-10
4. 04 – Book 03, Chapters 01-07
5. 05 – Book 03, Chapters 08-12
6. 06 – Book 04, Chapters 01-09
7. 07 – Book 04, Chapters 10-15
8. 08 – Book 05, Chapters 01-07
9. 09 – Book 05, Chapters 08-14
10. 10 – Book 06, Chapters 01-07
11. 11 – Book 06, Chapters 08-16
12. 12 – Book 07, Chapters 01-09
13. 13 – Book 07, Chapters 10-21
14. 14 – Book 08, Chapters 01-06
15. 15 – Book 08, Chapters 07-12
16. 16 – Book 09, Chapters 01-08
17. 17 – Book 09, Chapters 09-13
18. 18 – Book 10, Chapters 01-10
19. 19 – Book 10, Chapters 11-22
20. 20 – Book 10, Chapters 23-33
21. 21 – Book 10, Chapters 34-43
22. 22 – Book 11, Chapters 01-11
23. 23 – Book 11, Chapters 12-21
24. 24 – Book 11, Chapters 22-31
25. 25 – Book 12, Chapters 01-11
26. 26 – Book 12, Chapters 12-22
27. 27 – Book 12, Chapters 23-32
28. 28 – Book 13, Chapters 01-10
29. 29 – Book 13, Chapters 11-20
30. 30 – Book 13, Chapters 21-29
31. 31 – Book 13, Chapters 30-38

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Summary

Confessions (Latin: Confessiones) is the name of an autobiographical work, consisting of 13 books, by St. Augustine of Hippo, written between AD 397 and AD 398. Modern English translations of it are sometimes published under the title The Confessions of St. Augustine in order to distinguish the book from other books with similar titles, such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Confessions.

Reviews

Daniel

- The first part is awesome

(Reviewers: please replace my previous review with this one) The first reader is very good. But then an ESL reader takes over who is hard to understand. Too bad.

Daniel

- The first part is awesome

The reader of the first section is excellent. But then the lady takes over. The lady who ends every sentence as if she is striking a C, then a G, then an E, on a piano. Her delivery is so sing-song and artificial that I am forced to discard any piece of listening literature onto which she forces herself. I could not finish this one.