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December 12th, 2014
Episode 42 of 177 episodes
Dorian Gray becomes a phantom shadow in the night. He is seen exiting from despicable dives, and every sociable friend of his leaves him with a name heavily tarnished, if not altogether destroyed. Basil tries to explain the enormity of what is being said about Dorian, but the result is not what fair tempered painter expected. Oscar Wilde, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. The Count of Monte Cristo, Part 1 of 3, by Alexandre Dumasis now available to preorder for only 9.99. This book will be released in three parts, each around 15-17 hours in length. The book will be released next week, so be sure to go now to www.thebestaudiobooks.com and lock in your presales pricing. If it weren’t for the contributions of the Classic Tales Podcast financial supporters, The Count of Monte Cristo, because of its prodigious length, could not be produced. Now, thanks to you, it can – and we can keep the price nice and low. 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 at a low price. Thank you for your support. And now, The Picture of Dorian Gray, part 6of8, by Oscar Wilde. App users: Check your special features to hear A Christmas Carol, Part 3 of 4
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