Thursday, April 16, 2009


WASHINGTON SQUARE by Henry James, read by Lorna Raver

This story of a young 19th-century society woman, Catherine Sloper, who chooses her fiancée over her father tackles themes of morality, dignity and responsibility. Narrator Lorna Raver inhabits this book using her clear, sometimes husky voice to create memorable scenes and characters. Reviewed by Bob Grundfest.

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