well...Tomas already explained in detail why it is not recommended to re-record it all again. Especially in your case it was only a matter of re-recording one single sentence, it would have been so easy to correct and Spot PL. However, I listened to your new recording and the reading is just as nice.
There are still a few things to correct though, but please, do not re-record it all a third time. It's really crucial to learn editing from the start, otherwise it will too much time to complete one section.
Here is what you need to do:
1. the background noise is still a bit high. To noise-clean do the following step-by-step. This is something most of us do in every recording, so it will become a routine soon enough
> select a small portion where you don't speak (we recommend 1 second at the end of the file, where there is only "noise")
> go to Effect - Noise Reduction
(my settings are: Noise Reduction: 12 / Sensitivity: 6 / Frequency smoothing: 0, but some people use other settings, you need to try out what works best for you)
> first select Get Noise Profile (upper box)
> then highlight the entire recording
> again Effect - Noise Reduction
> now select OK (at the bottom)
2. The volume is higher than before, so you managed amplification, but now with noise cleaning it got under 86 again. I would recommed amplifying with +2 once more. You may have to tick the "Allow clipping" box this time. Usually this is not recommended, as it may distort the sound, but I checked with your file and there are only 2 or 3 solitary spikes after amplification, so this is not a problem.
3. There is one stumble that could get cut out:
> at 9:10: (p. 53) stumble and repeat: "I perceived that the news had reached her." I think you can cut it out easily if you enlarge the view a lot (with the magnifying+ icon). If that doesn't work, re-recording this one sentence in another Audacity window, cleaning and amplifying, then copy/pasting it in the right slot, won't be much work.
The rest was fine.
I am not sure what you mean ? Do you mean your file ? Well you uploaded it to the right spot. The old file gets replaced by the new file if you keep the same filename, but as Tomas already mentioned before, the old files stay on our server until the project is catalogued, so you can always get an older file retrieved if we have to. Nothing will be lost, so don't fear to mess up anything when you try to edit.Also, is there where I am supposed to send my recordings? Or do I upload it somewhere else?
Please ask if anything is unclear.