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An Invitation (in Short Poetry Collection 163 ) Audiobook

This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us ha… Continue Reading >>
This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

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Chapter 1 | Christmas at Sea | Free Audiobook This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

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Chapter 1 | Christmas at Sea | Free Audiobook This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

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Chapter 2 | Cities and Thrones and Powers | Free Audiobook This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

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Chapter 3 | The Dark Ages | Free Audiobook This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

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Chapter 4 | The Darkling Thrush | Free Audiobook This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

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Chapter 5 | The Dying Swan | Free Audiobook This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

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Chapter 6 | Eddi's Service | Free Audiobook This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

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Chapter 7 | The End of the Play | Free Audiobook This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

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Chapter 8 | Farewell, Ungrateful Traitor | Free Audiobook This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

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Chapter 9 | Gather the Harvest | Free Audiobook This is a collection of 31 poems read by LibriVox volunteers for December 2016.

It also includes a long poem, The Legend of Jubal by George Eliot

"And his brother's name was Jubal: he was the father of all such as handle the harp and organ."
- Genesis 4:21

Re-imagined from a few bare lines in Genesis, George Eliot’s epic poem describes man’s loss of innocense, the birth of animal husbandry, of industry, commerce, and art. In a surprise ending, she tells of human transcendence. Each of us has a divine gift to offer the world. (Summary by Josh Mitteldorf)

Listen to Chapter 9 | Gather the Harvest . Make snippets of your favorite quotes and moments from Chapter 9 | Gather the Harvest and organize them with all your favorite classic book quotes in a playlist. When you make a playlist, you can include your favorite chapters or snippets so you can share or listen to them any time. Download the Vurbl app and listen, snip or save Chapter 9 | Gather the Harvest on the fly.
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