• The Complete Original Short Stories, Volume X

  • By: Guy de Maupassant
  • Narrated by: Cate Barratt
  • Length: 3 hrs and 22 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Guy de Maupassant, France's gift to the world of short stories, was a prolific writer of this genre. His complete collection numbers just under 200. Volume X contains the following titles:

1. The Christening

2. The Farmer's Wife

3. The Devil

4. The Snipe

5. The Will

6. Walter Schnaff's Adventure

7. At Sea

8. Minuet

9. The Son

10. That Pig of a Morin

11. Saint Anthony

12. Lasting Love

13. Pierrot

14. A Normandy Joke

15. Father Matthew

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Unedited pile of recordings

Lacks attention from simple editing work. Contains unclipped serial takes, ends up sounding like parrot recital. Also, in common with all other in the series, it lacks any chapter labels on the timeline, going back to a certain story, or finding any in particular in the first place, is not possible.

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