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A House to Let by Charles DickensWilkie CollinsElizabeth GaskellAdelaide Anne Procter
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A House to Let

by Charles DickensWilkie CollinsElizabeth GaskellAdelaide Anne Procter

15 ratings, 7 reviews

A House to Let is a novella originally published in 1858 in the Christmas edition of Dickens’ Household Words magazine. Each of the contributors wrote a chapter (stories within a story, and in the case of Adelaide Anne Procter, as a story in verse) and the whole was edited by Dickens. The plot concerns an elderly woman, Sophonisba, who notices signs of life in a supposedly empty dilapidated house (the eponymous “House to Let”) opposite her own, and employs the efforts of an elderly admirer, Jabez Jarber, and her servant, Trottle, to discover what is happening within.

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15 ratings, 7 reviews
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Donay Crossley

October 31, 2013

Beautifully read! Great story

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Olga Vasilyeva

August 26, 2013

Loved it!

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Carol Goossens

August 20, 2013

Beautifully read by Ruth Golding. She has created delightful distinct voices for each character!

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Alan Ojounru

July 04, 2013

This one of my favourate audiobooks, Ruth Golding brings out the best in this and other clasics, with those rounded, and velvet tones.

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Elisa Correa

December 31, 2012

What a pleasure to listen to the voices given to each charactor- very entertaining.

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Rose Palmer

December 09, 2012

Great book. The one person reading really made the characters in the book so unique and different it was really enjoyable to listen too. I give this book a 5 star rating!

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Jenni Armstrong

February 10, 2012

Wonderful story, read beautiful, by one reader in a lovely theatrical way.