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Nicholas Boulton returns to read one of the most shocking and controversial novels of the Gothic genre, The Monk by Matthew Lewis. Banned upon its publication, the book follows the downfall of Father Ambrosio, a venerated monk who descends into a world of torture, murder, incest and magic after evil thoughts begin to permeate his mind. At the opposite end of the spectrum, we have The Kabuliwallah and Other Stories, a collection of tender and heartwarming tales by Rabindranath Tagore, and The Sign of Zorro, the electrifying fourth instalment of our Zorro series.
In the hands of Nicholas Boulton, Matthew Lewis’s controversial classic, The Monk, makes for totally compulsive listening. An excellent addition to our collection of Gothic novels, the book is a cautionary tale of madness, horror, lust and despair. It was praised by Lord Byron and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and was cited as an influence by Edgar Allan Poe.
Within a few words of Sagar Arya’s beautiful reading , we are transported to Kolkata. The Kabuliwallah and Other Stories is a collection of eighteen passionate tales by Rabindranath Tagore, India’s foremost writer and the first non-European to win the Nobel Prize for literature. The collection also includes The Postmaster, The Hungry Stones, The Home-coming and many more.
In the fourth title of Naxos AudioBooks’s Zorro series, the intrepid hero’s assistance is sought when the devious Pedro Morelos threatens the fortune of a wealthy heir and hatches a plot to kidnap the Governor of California. Will he be able to foil these evil schemes? Bill Homewood will reveal all!
Frequently at Naxos AudioBooks we record great works of literature from non-Anglophone countries, in English translation. There is a ready market for these, whether it be the towering (in several senses of the word) novels of the nineteenth-century Russian Masters, …