Nietzsche, Melville, Jane Austen & More: The Latest Audio Book Classics Released by Librivox

Nietzsche_4Through­out March, the folks at Lib­rivox were putting on the full court

press. Stag­ing their own ver­sion of March Mad­ness, Lib­rivox and its army of vol­un­teers com­plet­ed 70 audio record­ings of pub­lic domain texts. Among them, you’ll find some essen­tial clas­sics in lit­er­a­ture and phi­los­o­phy. The list of new addi­tions starts with Jane Austen’s Sense and Sen­si­bil­i­ty (full zip fileindi­vid­ual mp3 files) and Her­man Melville’s Moby Dick (full zip fileindi­vid­ual mp3 files), but it also extends to oth­er time-test­ed clas­sics. Let’s list them quick­ly:

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