This is a bit of a picky request, but since this is a Dramatic Reading project I'm going to mention it, as I think it is important for understanding.axcel wrote: ↑October 21st, 2018, 2:25 amfor the role of doctor dolittle:
section 7: 7:10
@2:07 in this file there is a phrase which sounds weird the way you have broken it up. It needs to run together in the middle: "and if he has gone without any one to write it down for him so the world may be the better for it, it would be a terrible thing."
The way you have it, it sounds like the world may be the better for it if he is gone! Rather than, if he has gone without his wisdom being recorded for posterity, that would be a terrible thing.
I think give that this is a book for children, clarity is important, and if I had to check the text then a listener without the text in front of them is probably going to struggle.
The rest of this recording was PL OK - I particularly liked the scolding you gave Cheapside! Your expression and characterisation is in general spot on!