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by | Read by Francia DiMase

Parenting & Education • 70 min. • Audio Program • ©

Study guides arrive in a new format with this audio series on classic literature. This program includes an introduction to Edith Wharton and her context, dramatic readings, a plot synopsis and analysis. The readings provide particular insight though the other elements use the audio medium to good well. Similar to a single-class seminar, the program offers both solid information and an overview. DiMase's readings are a great asset, and teachers should consider using them for classes, then providing their own discussion and review. Her voice is rich and fluid, and it transports listeners to the turn-of-the-century setting. The series is worth looking into as a teacher resource or for individuals interested in self-study. R.F.W. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: OCT 94]

Retail pak • Time Warner Audiobooks/A+ Audio • 1994

CS ISBN 1570421102 $8.00 • One cassettes

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Retail pak • Time Warner Audiobooks/A+ Audio • 1994

CS ISBN 1570421102 $8.00 • One cassettes

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