Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Chapter Six

What could he and she really know of each other, since it was his duty as a "decent fellow" to conceal his past from her, and hers as a "marriageable girl" to have no past to conceal.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just wanted to thank you for doing this. I'm enjoying this immensely and this chapter came just in time for the ribbing on my top down raglan....keep recording - I still have the sleeves! - Kelly

Sara in WI said...

I think that you are doing a fabulous job with this classic. It is such a joy to hear you read! Have you thought about reading professionally? There are some pretty boring readers out there that could take some lessons from you!

knittingnurse said...

Love, Love, LOVING this book. Where's chapter 7??? tee hee!

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately I was given the impression that you would publish these chapters in a rather close fashion. As this is far from the case and I obviously misunderstood could you please give information as when you expect to have the whole of the book out on the net for the readers. Not knowing is frustrating for those of us who have started to listen and in one case this was used to help a young girl as a preparation for an English exam. Thanks in advance for your info.

Miss Knotty said...
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Miss Knotty said...

I'm really enjoying your reading of The Age of Innocence, it's been a pleasure to listen to your reading. Where's Chapter Seven?! We're waiting with bated breath!

:)
Regina

knittingnurse said...

just got chapter 9 and 10. Thanks again for posting these.