[Listen][Download] Julius Caesar Audiobook – By William Shakespeare

Julius Caesar Audiobook

The Tragedy of Julius Caesar Audiobook is a collection of experiences and unfortunate plays by William Shakespeare who previously played in 1599. Although the play is named after Julius Caesar, Brutus speaks often but many lines as the title of the character, as well as the mind-focused imitation of the playgrounds near Brutus. Brutus joins … Read more

King Lear Audiobook – By William Shakespeare

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King Lear Audiobook is an unfortunate one written by William Shakespeare. There are two types of translation, currently modern-day editors most of them combine to create the game on their own. These two changes depend on the sensible British Leir. Governor Lear gives his power and land to his two daughters. He is disappointed and … Read more

Doctor Faustus Audiobook – By Christopher Marlowe

Doctor Faustus Audiobook

Doctor Faustus Audiobook Tragical History of the Life and Death, often referred to as Doctor Faustus, is a tragedy for Christopher Marlowe’s Elizabethan, due to German myths about the character Faust. It was named sometime somewhere in 1589 and 1592, and it was probably made between 1592 and Marlowe’s passing in 1593. Two different versions … Read more

A Doll’s House Audiobook – By Henrik Ibsen

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A Doll’s House Audiobook is a three-act play created by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. It first appeared at the Royal Theater in Copenhagen, Denmark, on December 21, 1879, and was distributed earlier that month. The play was staged in a Norwegian city in about 1879.  It got huge praises when released. A Doll’s House Audiobook … Read more

Antigone Audiobook – Play By Sophocles

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Antigone Audiobook is the misfortune of Sophocles that was written about or before 441 BC. Of Theban’s three matches Antigone is the third to feature the events featured in the games, but the first was named. The play develops Theban’s myth from before it and arrives at the closing of the Aeschylus’ Seven against Thebes. … Read more