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by | Read by Edward de Souza

Classics • 5.25 hrs. • Unabridged • ©

Bunyan's classic allegory of the battle of good and evil is clearly delivered in grave, sepulchral tones. Edward de Souza's very British, judicial voice gives credence to court scenes. He depicts Christian as Everyman wading through the slough of Despond, where he meets Mr. Worldly Wiseman and the Evangelist, who hope to delay him on his journey to salvation. When portraying Beelzebub, Souza's voice engages the listener with imperious, commanding, and fearful tones. Funereal organ music provides breaks between scenes and adds to the sense of despair. This book was first published three hundred years ago; this rendition explains why it is ever popular. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine [Published: FEB/MAR 01]



Retail pak • Naxos AudioBooks • 1999

CS ISBN 962634671X $16.98 • Three cassettes

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