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November 28th, 2014
Episode 40 of 146 episodes
Sibyl Vane’s theatrical failure turns to tragedy. And the superior portrait of Dorian Gray reveals an insensate, brutal supernatural power. Oscar Wilde, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. Warlord of Mars, by Edgar Rice Burroughs is now available. You can now download the third installment of Burroughs’s stellar Barsoom series, closing this epic trilogy. And when you order Warlord of Mars you have an option to pick up the first two books in the series for only $6 dollars. A Princess of Mars and The Gods of Mars have been reworked into our new AAC audiobook format, so now you can have all three audiobooks in a premium format for only $16.99. If you have enjoyed The Classic Tales over the years, please consider becoming a financial supporter. The cost is only $5 a month, and we give you back a coupon code for $6 a month. With your financial help, I can not only continue to produce the weekly podcast, but also continue to release a healthy stream of unabridged classic audiobooks. Thank you for your support. And now, The Picture of Dorian Gray, part 4of8, by Oscar Wilde.
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