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CraftLit - Serialized Classic Literature for Busy Book Lovers

You can find a complete library of all of CraftLit's books alphabetized with links to the shownotes and audio at CraftLit.com/library. To find out more about the show and all the ways you can access the audio, please visit CraftLit.com/how-to-listen/. If you're looking for our Patreon page, you will find it (and all the goodies) here.

 

 

Dec 28, 2012

Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, Chapter 12.

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Heather is still flu-bound.

Our reader, Elizabeth Klett continues to rock Jane Eyre for us!

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Dec 25, 2012

This set of shownotes, such as they are, cover bonus episodes for A Christmas Carol as run in December 2012. This is a rerun of episodes 189-191, run in November 2010. We are adding them to the feed now for your holiday enjoyment.

A Christmas Carol-in prose, being a ghost story of Christmas by Charles Dickens


Dec 25, 2012

This set of shownotes, such as they are, cover bonus episodes for A Christmas Carol as run in December 2012. This is a rerun of episodes 189-191, run in November 2010. We are adding them to the feed now for your holiday enjoyment.

A Christmas Carol-in prose, being a ghost story of Christmas by Charles Dickens


Dec 25, 2012

This set of shownotes, such as they are, cover bonus episodes for A Christmas Carol as run in December 2012. This is a rerun of episodes 189-191, from November 2010. We are adding them to the feed now for your holiday enjoyment.

A Christmas Carol-in prose, being a ghost story of Christmas by Charles Dickens


Dec 21, 2012

Chapter 11 of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre.

Read to us by Elizabeth Klett.

 

Do you remember that poem?

A flea and a fly in a flue

Were imprisoned, so what could they do?

Said the flea, "let us fly."

Said the fly, "let us flee."

So they few threough a flaw in the flue.

 

Has nothing to do with anything except that...