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The Lady of the Camellias written by Alexandre Dumas performed by Bill Homewood, Daniel Philpott, Heather Bell and Nigel Anthony on CD (Abridged)

The Lady of the Camellias written by Alexandre Dumas performed by Bill Homewood, Daniel Philpott, Heather Bell and Nigel Anthony on CD (Abridged)£6.99  -  £14.99

A Genius Performance by Nigel Anthony!

The love of Marguerite and Armand became one of the great love stories from its first publication in 1848. The title role of the consumptive heroine and her ultimate sacrifice has inspired actresses from Sarah Bernhardt to Greta Garbo - and Giuseppe Verdi to write "La Traviata". The couple's love burns very bright and is ultimately doomed. This production brings every moment vividly to life.

Camille or The Lady of the Camellias written by Alexandre Dumas performed by Roe Kendall on CD (Unabridged)

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ISBN:  9781455127399
Genre - Main:  Fiction
Genre - Specific:  Classic World
Duration:  480 mins
Length:  Unabridged
Author:  Alexandre Dumas
Performer 1:  Roe Kendall
Rarity:  Rare

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Men of great wealth bought her love. She gave it to only one. Marguerite Gautier, the greatest beauty in Paris, was known to all as "the Lady of the Camellias" because she was never seen without her favorite flowers. She was luxuriously kept by the richest men in France, who thronged to her boudoir to lay their...

fortunes at her feet. She lived violently, spending herself and her money in reckless abandon. She had many lovers, but she never really loved - until she met Armand Duval.

Realizing that her only assets in life were her face and figure, Marguerite had learned how to make men pay. But what happens to a cool, calculating beauty when she herself suffers the wound of love?

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