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Lamia

By: John Keats
Narrated by: Paterson Joseph,Charlotte Emmerson,Tom Ferguson,Jonathan Keeble
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Summary

Adaptation of Keats' sensual narrative poem about the ill-starred love affair of the serpent Lamia and the innocent mortal Lycius. Starring Paterson Joseph, Charlotte Emmerson, Tom Ferguson, and Jonathan Keeble. With original music by John Harle. Sung by Sarah Leonard.

©2011 John Keats (P)2011 AudioGO Ltd

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Beautiful!

Excellent narration enhances Keats' words and brings this tragic poem to life. It's a short listen and well worth the time.

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