Classics - In Depth

"The Classics" come alive with images, videos, maps, documents and ... dramatization. Look, listen and experience these "old" stories in a new, 21st-century way.

Classics - In Depth Chapters

After Ebenezer Scrooge takes a trip with the Three Spirits, he decides to make changes in his life. He determines not to end-up like his partner, Jac...

As he journeys with the "Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come," Scrooge sees the body of a man who dies alone, unwanted and unloved. He begins to worry: I...

Scrooge takes a trip with the "Spirit of Christmas Present" and learns more about the lives of his clerk (Bob Cratchit) and nephew (Fred) than he ever...

Marley promises that Scrooge Three Spirits will visit his old partner. The first Spirit - the Ghost of Christmas Past - is his first visitor.

Scrooge can hardly believe that Marley's ghost, carrying its heavy chains, pays him a visit. His old, now-dead partner, has some warnings to deliver.

Classics - In Depth Story Briefs

Dostoevsky worked on Notes from Underground in 1863.

In this audio clip, Carole Bos reads from Les Miserables, Volume I - Book Sixth ("Javert") - Chapter II (entitled "How Jean May Become Champ").

In this audio clip, Carole Bos reads from Les Miserables, Volume I - Book Sixth ("Javert") - Chapter I (entitled "The Beginning of Repose").

In this audio clip, Carole Bos reads from Les Miserables, Volume I - Book Fifth ("The Descent") - Chapter XIII (entitled "The Solution of some Questio...

In this audio clip, Carole Bos reads from Les Miserables, Volume I - Book Fifth ("The Descent") - Chapter VII (entitled "Fauchelevent Becomes a Garden...

Classics - In Depth Audios

Chapter 40, of Little Women, is one of the saddest chapters in the story.

In spite of censorship in her time, Anna Akhmatova (1889-1966) remains one of Russia's most-loved poets of the 20th century.

During America's Civil War, one of the country's most-famous writers penned a poem about ... the Revolutionary War.

Dostoevsky worked on Notes from Underground in 1863.

In this audio clip, Carole Bos reads from Les Miserables, Volume I - Book Sixth ("Javert") - Chapter II (entitled "How Jean May Become Champ").

Classics - In Depth Audio Narrations

Before he was known as Lord Byron, the still-famous poet was called George Gordon.  Before he inherited a title - and became a Peer of the Realm ...

Before he was known as Lord Byron, the still-famous poet was called George Gordon.

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