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Great Expectations (version 2)

Charles Dickens (1812-1870)

1. 01 - Chapter I
2. 02 - Chapter II
3. 03 - Chapter III
4. 04 - Chapter IV
5. 05 - Chapter V
6. 06 - Chapter VI
7. 07 - Chapter VII
8. 08 - Chapter VIII
9. 09 - Chapter IX
10. 10 - Chapter X
11. 11 - Chapter XI
12. 12 - Chapter XII
13. 13 - Chapter XIII
14. 14 - Chapter XIV
15. 15 - Chapter XV
16. 16 - Chapter XVI
17. 17 - Chapter XVII
18. 18 - Chapter XVIII
19. 19 - Chapter XIX
20. 20 - Chapter XX
21. 21 - Chapter XXI
22. 22 -Chapter XXII
23. 23 - Chapter XXIII
24. 24 - Chapter XXIV
25. 25 - Chapter XXV
26. 26 - Chapter XXVI
27. 27 - Chapter XXVII
28. 28 - Chapter XXVIII
29. 29 - Chapter XXIX
30. 30 - Chapter XXX
31. 31 - ChapterXXXI
32. 32 - Chapter XXXII
33. 33 - Chapter XXXIII
34. 34 - Chapter XXXIV
35. 35 - Chapter XXXV
36. 36 - Chapter XXXVI
37. 37 - Chapter XXXVII
38. 38 - Chapter XXXVIII
39. 39 - Chapter XXXIX
40. 40 - Chapter XL
41. 41 -Chapter XLI
42. 42 - Chapter XLII
43. 43 - Chapter XLIII
44. 44 - Chapter XLIV
45. 45 - Chapter XLV
46. 46 - Chapter XLVI
47. 47 - Chapter XLVII
48. 48 - Chapter XLVIII
49. 49 - Chapter XLIX
50. 50 - Chapter L
51. 51 - Chapter LI
52. 52 - Chapter LII
53. 53 - Chapter LIII
54. 54 - Chapter LIV
55. 55 - Chapter LV
56. 56 - Chapter LVI
57. 57 - Chapter LVII
58. 58 - Chapter LVIII
59. 59 - Chapter LIX

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Summary

Great Expectations is written in the first person and is virtually a fictional autobiography of “Pip” from his childhood, through often painful experiences, to adulthood. It charts his progress as he moves from the Kent marshes - his social status radically changed having gained an unknown benefactor - to busy commercial London. The book is richly populated with a variety of extraordinary characters many of whom, unbeknownst to them, have lives that are inextricably linked to the others. It is all there, love, hate, passion, humour, rejection, duplicity, betrayal, a whole gamut of emotions and human strengths and weaknesses . This is one of Dickens most fascinating, and disturbing novels.

Reviews

Angel

- Great Expectations

Excellent book and excellent narration.my second favorite Charles Dickens story David Copperfield being my first. Love Pip

Kim

- Great Expectations

Phenomenal narration! Thank you so much for bringing this classic to a new level.

muditha

- Review

A very good narration. 5 stars.

BPH

- Fantasic

Thank you Mark Smith for making my first Charles Dickens book a pleasure to listen to!

callum

- great

loved it and the narration! kept falling away from being able to follow the storyline but i have PTSD and memory loss so thats probably all it is. great book!

sam007ism

- Nice

This helped me understand the story faster and more effectively! Thank you for this!

Omer S

- WOW

your such a great reader very read its like your are the charaters #phenomenal!!!!

JPG

- Fantastic work

What a great job bringing this classic to life.

amit

- inconstete

I love this author

Julie

- Review

What a wonderful book. And EXCELLENT narration. Mark is my favorite narrator. I wish he could read all the books! I highly recommend this book.