COMPLETE: The Italian by Ann Radcliffe- law

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Post by ashleighjane » February 1st, 2011, 2:37 pm

morrowka wrote:While I'm awaiting completion of Chapter 1 which I've been given for PL'ing, may I also take on the following for PL'ing?
05 05 - Chapter 4 garyday 18.39 PL:NEEDED ·
Of course you may PL this :)
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Post by miss stav » February 1st, 2011, 2:44 pm

Hi dear Kimberly,
as I see it, pling is not like reading. It's ok, and even blessed, if 2 people pl the same chapter (if both of them have time and as long as the project has no dpl). You can just pl what ever you want and post in the thread (here or elcewhere). And, saying that, of course you may pl chapter 5. Enjoy and good luck. Again, if you have questions, feel free to pm me. You see I answer gladly when I can.
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Post by morrowka » February 1st, 2011, 3:58 pm

I have just proof-listened the following chapter:
05 05 - Chapter 4 garyday 18.39 PL:NEEDED (morrowka to pl) ·
The overall quality of the reading was EXCELLENT. I came across the following minor errors:
1. Approximately 2 minutes into the reading: "examining his countenance": slight hesitation before the word "countenance".
2. Approximately 5 minutes into the reading: "Vivaldi . . . advancing": the word "in" is inserted between the words "Vivaldi" and "advancing". I'm not sure whether or not the word "in" is part of the text that should be there.
3. Approximately 7 minutes into the reading: "so that he could not compare even the . . . air of their heads." hesitation before the word "air".
4. Approximately 8 minutes into the reading: "the features of Scidoni suffered. . ." the letter S in "suffered" is stammered.
5. Approximately 11 minutes into the reading: "that I have been almost compelled" hesitation between the words "have" and "been".
6. approximately 13 minutes into the reading: "threw a brilliance even on his foibles." Slight stammer on the word "threw".
7. Approximately 16 minutes into the reading: "was yet upon his countenance". Slight stammer on the word "upon".

All other aspects of the reading suggested in the listener guide were perfect.
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Post by miss stav » February 1st, 2011, 4:04 pm

THanks, Kimberly. Hope you found the chapter interestig. However, I have a question. When you say "hesitation", what do you mean?
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Post by morrowka » February 1st, 2011, 4:11 pm

Hello Stav:

By "hesitation", I mean that the reader pauses a bit before reading the word, which detracts a bit from the fluidity of the reading. I might say, for example: I went to the . . . store". I unintentionally paused between the words "the" and "store"--a pause of over a second, which is a bit distracting.

Whether or not anything is done about these hesitations is, of course, completely your call. I simply wanted to point out anything I heard that might distract from the reading. This reader did an overall excellent job.
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Post by neckertb » February 6th, 2011, 3:39 am

Stav, may I claim section 40 please?
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Post by miss stav » February 6th, 2011, 12:03 pm

Sure, Nadine! Thank you.
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Post by garyday » February 8th, 2011, 4:53 am

Here we go with Section 5 ready for PL a second time with all amendments made that I could find.

http://upload.librivox.org/share/uploads/neb/theitalian_05_radcliffe.mp3
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18m 36s
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Post by miss stav » February 8th, 2011, 9:59 am

Sure, Nadine, section 40 is all yours.
Thanks for the new version of section 5, David.
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Post by garyday » February 20th, 2011, 10:30 am

Hi Please can I claim section 6 and 7?

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Post by neckertb » February 20th, 2011, 12:11 pm

Hello

Here comes section 40 (10:12)
http://upload.librivox.org/share/uploads/neb/theitalian_40_radcliffe.mp3

I'm likely to come back when I have cleared some of my claims, this ending made me curious :D
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Post by miss stav » February 20th, 2011, 12:37 pm

Hi Gary,
of course, sections 6 and 7 are all yours. Enjoy and good luck.
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Post by miss stav » February 20th, 2011, 12:39 pm

Hi Nadine,
thank you very much for section 40. Come back when/if you feel like it.
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Post by garyday » February 27th, 2011, 10:54 am

Toby Tyler. Oh Money Money. Deerbrook. The Italian. The Minister's Wooing. The Poetry of South Africa by Alexander Wilmot

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Post by miss stav » February 27th, 2011, 11:05 am

Wow, Gary, that was a long one! Thank you. Hope you enjoyed it.
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