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Under the sway of Margaret Hilton’s high British dialect, the listener is introduced to the traditionalists Septimus Harding and his son-in-law, Archdeacon Grantly, and to John Bold, a reformer who works on behalf of the poor. In the ensuing stand-off, a host of philosophically loaded characters are brought under the satiric and conservative vision of one of England’s foremost chroniclers of change.
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By Diane on 02-04-07
Don't buy this
The audio is entirely unsatisfactory, the recording is from 1988, poorly transferred and the title should be dropped. The sample is not reflective of the quality of this title, I couldn't listen for ten minutes.
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