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Librivox: Multilingual Fairy Tale Collection 001 by Various show

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In LibriVox’s Multilingual Fairy Tale Collection, LibriVox volunteers read their favorite public-domain fairy tales. This is a collection of 20 fairy tales in 7 languages recorded by a variety of LibriVox members.

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Librivox: Creature from Beyond Infinity, The by Kuttner, Henry show

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A lone space traveler arrives on Earth seeking a new planet to colonize, his own world dead. At the same time a mysterious plague has infected Earth that will wipe out all life. Can a lone scientist stop the plague and save the world? Or will the alien find himself on another doomed planet? (Summary by Mark Nelson)

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Librivox: Aged Stranger, The by Harte, Bret show

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LibriVox volunteers bring you 15 recordings of The Aged Stranger by Francis Bret Harte. This was the fortnightly poetry project for December 28th, 2008.

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Librivox: Operation Terror by Leinster, Murray show

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An unidentified space ship lands in a Colorado lake. Equipped with a paralyzing ray weapon, the creatures begin taking human prisoners. A loan land surveyor and a journalist are trapped inside the Army cordon, which is helpless against the mysterious enemy. Can they stop the aliens before it is too late? (Summary by Mark Nelson)

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Librivox: Canadian Folk-Song, A by Campbell, William Wilfred show

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LibriVox volunteers bring you 17 recordings of A Canadian Folk-Song by William Wilfred Campbell. This was the weekly poetry project for January 4th, 2009.

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Librivox: Sammlung deutscher Gedichte 004 by Various show

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Eine Sammlung 10 deutscher Gedichte für LibriVox.

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Librivox: Don Juan, Canto 5 by Byron, George Gordon, Lord show

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Juan, captured by Turkish pirates and sold into slavery is bought by a beautiful Princess as her toy-boy. Dressed as an odalisque, he is smuggled into the Sultan's harem for a steamy assignation. Unbelievably, Byron's publisher almost baulked at this feast of allusive irony, blasphemy (mild), calumny, scorn, lesse-majeste, cross-dressing, bestiality, assassination, circumcision and dwarf-tossing. This was the last Canto published by the stuffy John Murray (who had, however, made a tidy fortune on the earlier parts of the Epic). Although Byron's mood starts, after this, to grow darker and his bitterness at English hypocrisy to grow sharper, his discursive comedy and precise and intriguing rhyme is rarely better than in Canto V. (Summary by Peter Gallagher)

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Librivox: Sammlung deutscher Gedichte 003 by Various show

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Eine Sammlung 10 deutscher Gedichte für LibriVox.

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Librivox: Collected Public Domain Works of Stanley G. Weinbaum by Weinbaum, Stanley G. show

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Stanley G. Weinbaum is best known for his short story “A Martian Odyssey” which has been influencing Science Fiction since it was first published in 1934. Weinbaum is considered the first writer to contrive an alien who thought as well as a human, but not like a human. A Martian Odyssey and its sequel are presented here as well as other Weinbaum gems including 3 stories featuring the egomaniacal physicist Haskel van Manderpootz and his former student, playboy Dixon Wells. (Summary by Gregg Margarite)

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Librivox: Goop Directory, The (version 2) by Burgess, Gelett show

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A funny collection of poems about bad children.

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