Latest 500+ Free Audiobooks For Teachers and Students

500+ Free Audiobooks For Teachers and Students

Are you fond of reading books but just can’t make time to actually sit down and read one because of your hectic schedule? Listening to audiobooks can definitely change your life. Finishing a book is made easier by listening to audiobooks while driving your way to work, cooking, doing other chores, or even before you sleep. You can now enjoy a thrilling narration of these books from one chapter to another, without having to flip a single page.

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We’ve compiled the best fiction and non-fiction audiobooks you can stream or download for free and play on your phone or laptop. From Mark Twain, William Shakespeare, to Leo Tolstoy, Friedrich Nietzsche, and George Orwell – this list is a goldmine of classic books for student and teachers.

Fiction & Literature

  1. Aesop – Aesop’s Fable
  2. Anderson, Sherwood – Winesburg, Ohio
  3. Aristophanes – Lysistrata
  4. Asimov, Isaac – “Nightfall”
  5. Asimov, Isaac – Radio Dramas of The Foundation Trilogy & 7 Classic Stories
  6. Asimov, Isaac – “The Last Question
  7. Asimov, Isaac – “Youth
  8. Austen, Jane – Emma 
  9. Austen, Jane – Lady Susan
  10. Austen, Jane – Love and Friendship
  11. Austen, Jane – Mansfield Park
  12. Austen, Jane – Persuasion
  13. Austen, Jane – Northanger Abbey
  14. Austen, Jane – Pride and Prejudice
  15. Austen, Jane – Pride and Prejudice
  16. .Austen, Jane – Sense and Sensibility
  17. Auster, Paul “Auggie Wren’s Christmas Story”
  18. Auster, Paul The Red Notebook (read by the author)
  19. Babel, Isaac – Free MP3 – “The Story of the Dovecote” (read by Nathan Englander)
  20. Babel, Isaac – “You Must Know Everything”
  21. Baldwin, James – “A Letter to My New Nephew” (read by Chris Rock)
  22. Baldwin, James – The Story of Siegfried – Free iTunes
  23. Baldwin, James – Fifty Famous Stories Retold
  24. Ballard, JG – “A Place and A Time to Die” (Dramatized version)
  25. Ballard, JG – “Track 12” and “Venus Smiles”
  26. Ballard, JG – Cocaine Nights
  27. Ballard, JG – “My Dream of Flying to Wake Island” (read by William Boyd)
  28. Ballard, JG – The Drowned World
  29. Ballard, JG – “The Stories of JG Ballard” (dramatized for radio)
  30. Balzac, Honoré de – La Comédie Humaine (French)
  31. Balzac, Honoré de – Le Père Goriot
  32. Balzac, Honoré de – The Peasant Story of Napoleon
  33. Barrie, JM – Peter Pan
  34. Barrodale, Amie – “William Wei” (read by James Franco)
  35. Barthelme, Donald – “Chablis” (read by Etgar Keret)
  36. Barthelme, Donald – “Concerning the Bodyguard” (read by Salman Rushdie)
  37. Barthelme, Donald – “Game” and “School” (read by T.C. Boyle)
  38. Baum, Frank L. – The Wizard of Oz (Vol 1)
  39. Baum, Frank L. – The Marvelous Land of Oz (Vol 2)
  40. Baum, Frank L. – Ozma of Oz (Vol 3)
  41. Baum, Frank L. – Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz (Vol 4)
  42. Baum, Frank L. – The Road to Oz (Vol 5)
  43. Baum, Frank L. – The Emerald City of Oz (Vol 6)
  44. Baum, Frank L. – The Patchwork Girl of Oz (Vol 7)
  45. Baum, Frank L. – Tik Tok of Oz (Vol 8)
  46. Baum, L. Frank – The Scarecrow of Oz (Vol 9)
  47. Baum, L. Frank – Rinkitink in Oz (Vol 10)
  48. Baum, L. Frank – The Lost Princess of Oz (Vol 11)
  49. Baum, Frank L. – The Tin Woodman of Oz (Vol 12)
  50. Baum, Frank L. – The Magic of Oz (Vol 13)
  51. Baum, Frank L. – Glinda of Oz (Vol 14)
  52. Beckett, Samuel – The Complete Short Prose, 1929-1989
  53. Beckett, Samuel – Waiting for Godot (Live Reading)
  54. Beckett, Samuel – Waiting for Godot (Theatrical performance with Bert Lahr)
  55. Borges, Jorge Luis – ‘On Exactitude in Science’
  56. Borges, Jorge Luis – Shakespeare’s Memory
  57. Borges, Jorge Luis – The Gospel According to Mark (read by Paul Theroux)
  58. Bradbury, Ray – Futuria Fantasia
  59. Bradbury, Ray – All Summer in a Day
  60. Bradbury, Ray – The Golden Apples of the Sun
  61. Bradbury, Ray – The Pedestrian
  62. Bradbury, Ray – The Martian Chronicles & The Illustrated Man Read by Leonard Nimoy
  63. Bradbury, Ray – The Martian Chronicles (Radio drama with Derek Jacobi & Hayley Atwell)
  64. Bradbury, Ray – Radio Dramas of Bradbury Stories
  65. Bradbury, Ray – “The Last Night of the World”
  66. Brodkey, Harold – “Dumbness is Everything” (read by Michael Cunningham)
  67. Brodkey, Harold – “Spring Fugue” (read by Jeffrey Eugenides)
  68. Brodkey, Harold – “The State of Grace” (read by Richard Ford )
  69. Bronte, Anne – Agnes Grey
  70. Bronte, Charlotte – Jane Eyre
  71. Bronte, Charlotte – The Professor
  72. Bronte, Emily – Wuthering Heights
  73. Brown, Margaret Wise – Good Night Moon (Read by Susan Sarandon)
  74. Burroughs, William S. – Call Me Burroughs (his first spoken word album)
  75. Burroughs, William S. – “Ghosts of Chance”
  76. Burroughs, William S. – Junky
  77. Burroughs, William S. – Let Me Hang You 
  78. Burroughs, William S. – The Best of William Burroughs, Spare Ass Annie and Other Tales, Dead City Radio, Break Through in Grey Room, and Call Me Burroughs
  79. Burroughs, William S. – “Thanksgiving Prayer”
  80. Burroughs, William S. – The Road to the Western Lands
  81. Calvino, Italo – Invisible Cities (excerpts read by Calvino)
  82. Calvino, Italo – “Love Far from Home” (read by Salman Rushdie)
  83. Calvino, Italo – The Night (read by Jeanette Winterson)
  84. Calvino, Italo – “The Daughters of the Moon”
  85. Carroll, Lewis – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
  86. Carroll, Lewis – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (read by Cory Doctorow)
  87. Carroll, Lewis – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (read by Sir John Gielgud)
  88. Carroll, Lewis – Sylvie and Bruno
  89. Carroll, Lewis – Sylvie and Bruno Concluded
  90. Carroll, Lewis – The Game of Logic
  91. Carroll, Lewis – Through the Looking Glass
  92. Carroll, Lewis – Through the Looking Glass (Read by Joan Greenwood, Stanley Holloway)
  93. Carver, Raymond – “Cathedral” (read by James Naughton)
  94. Carver, Raymond – “Chef’s House” (read by David Means)
  95. Carver, Raymond – “Fat” (read by Anne Enright)
  96. Carver, Raymond – “The Students’ Wife (read by Richard Ford)
  97. Carver, Raymond – “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” (Read by Carver)
  98. Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de – Don Quixote
  99. Chabon, Michael – “S. Angel”
  100. Chaucer, Geoffrey – Canterbury Tales
  101. Cheever, John – “The Death of Justina” (read by John Cheever)
  102. Cheever, John ” The Enormous Radio” (read by Nathan Englander)
  103. Cheever, John – “The Reunion” (read by Richard Ford)
  104. Cheever, John – “The Swimmer” (read by Anne Enright)
  105. Cheever, John – “The Swimmer” (read by Cheever)
  106. Chekhov, Anton- Collected Stories
  107. Chekhov, Anton- “The Beauties” (read by Philip Pullman)
  108. Chesterton, G.K. – The Man Who Was Thursday
  109. Chekhov, Anton- Collected Stories
  110. Chekhov, Anton- “The First Class Passenger,” “Harmfulness of Tobacco” and “A Transgression” (Read by Michale Redgrave)
  111. Chabon, Michael- “S Angel” (read by author)
  112. Chopin, Kate – The Awakening
  113. Chopin, Kate – Selected Stories
  114. Christian Andersen, Hans – Tales of Hans Christian Andersen, including The Emperor’s New Clothes, read by Sir Michael Redgrave
  115. Christian Andersen, Hans – Andersen’s Fairy Tales
  116. Christian Andersen, Hans – The Emperor’s New Clothes
  117. Clarke, Arthur C. – “A Walk in the Dark” (A dramatized version of the text)
  118. Clarke, Arthur C. – “Breaking Strain”
  119. Clarke, Arthur C. – Childhood’s End (Excerpts read by the author)
  120. Clarke, Arthur C. – “Hammer of God”
  121. Clarke, Arthur C. – “The Nine Billion Names of God” and “The Star”
  122. Clarke, Arthur C. – “The Star” (Read by the author)
  123. Conan Doyle, Arthur – Beyond the City
  124. Conan Doyle, Arthur – The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Radio Drama, Starring John Gielgud, Orson Welles & Ralph Richardson
  125. Conan Doyle, Arthur – The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (64 Hours of Readings)
  126. Conan Doyle, Arthur – The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
  127. Conan Doyle, Arthur – The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes
  128. Conan Doyle, Arthur –  The Mystery of Cloomber
  129. Conan Doyle, Arthur – The Return of Sherlock Holmes
  130. Conan Doyle, Arthur – The Speckled Band
  131. Conrad, Joseph – Heart of Darkness
  132. Conrad, Joseph- Heart of Darkness (Narrated by Hayward Morse)
  133. Conrad, Joseph – Heart of Darkness (Orson Welles’ radio drama from 1938)
  134. Conrad, Joseph – Lord Jim
  135. Conrad, Joseph – The Secret Agent
  136. Conrad, Joseph – The Secret Sharer
  137. Conrad, Joseph – The Secret Sharer
  138. Cooper, James Fenimore – Jack Tier, or the Florida Reef
  139. Cooper, James Fenimore – The Last of the Mohicans
  140. Crane, Stephen – The Open Boat
  141. Crane, Stephen – The Red Badge of Courage
  142. Dante Alighieri – The Divine Comedy (English)
  143. Dante Alighieri – The Divine Comedy (Italian)
  144. Dante Alighieri – Divina Commedia  (Full reading in Italian)
  145. Dante Alighieri – The Inferno, Cantos I-VIII (Read by John Ciardi)
  146. Danticat, Edwidge – Water Child (read by Junot Diaz)
  147. Danticat, Edwidge – “Seven” (read by Junot Diaz)
  148. Defoe, Daniel – Robinson Crusoe
  149. Defoe, Daniel – Robinson Crusoe (alternate version read by Nigel Graham)
  150. DeLillo’s, Don – “Baader-Meinhof” (read by Chang-rae Lee)
  151. Diaz, Junot – “Alma” (read by Victor Rasuk)
  152. Diaz, Junot – “How to Date a Brown Girl (Black Girl, White Girl, or Halfie)”
  153. Diaz, Junot – “The Cheaters Guide to Love”
  154. Dick, Philip K. – “Beyond Lies the Wub”
  155. Dick, Philip K. – “Mr. Spaceship”
  156. Dick, Philip K. – “Second Variety”
  157. Dick, Philip K. – “The Crystal Crypt” & “Beyond the Door”
  158. Dick, Philip K. – “The Defenders”
  159. Dick, Philip K. – “The Eyes Have It”
  160. Dick, Philip K. – “The Gun”
  161. Dick, Philip K. – “The Hanging Stranger”
  162. Dick, Philip K. – “The Skull”
  163. Dick, Philip K – “The Variable Man”
  164. Dick, Philip K – “Tony and the Beetles”
  165. Dick, Philip K – Radio Plays
  166. Dickens, Charles – 24 Hours of Dickens Stories Featuring Classic Recordings by Laurence Olivier, Orson Welles & More
  167. Dickens, Charles – A Christmas Carol
  168. Dickens, Charles – A Christmas Carol (Read by Neil Gaiman)
  169. Dickens, Charles – A Tale of Two Cities
  170. Dickens, Charles – Bleak House
  171. Dickens, Charles – Christmas Stories
  172. Dickens, Charles – David Copperfield
  173. Dickens, Charles – Great Expectations
  174. Dickens, Charles – Hard Times
  175. Dickens, Charles – Oliver Twist
  176. Dickens, Charles – “The Christmas Tree” (Read by Simon Callow)
  177. Dodge, Mary Mapes – Hans Brinker
  178. Dostoyevsky, Fyodor – Crime and Punishment
  179. Dostoyevsky, Fyodor – Notes from the Underground
  180. Dostoyevsky, Fyodor – The Brothers Karamazov
  181. Dostoyevsky, Fyodor – The Dream of a Ridiculous Man
  182. Dostoyevsky, Fyodor – The Gambler
  183. Dostoyevsky, Fyodor – The Grand Inquisitor (dramatic reading)
  184. Dostoyevsky, Fyodor – The Idiot
  185. Dostoyevsky, Fyodor – The Possessed
  186. Doyle, Roddy – “Bullfighting” (Read by Dave Eggers)
  187. Dr Who Audio Dramas 
  188. Dreiser, Theodore – Sister Carrie
  189. Dreiser, Theodore – The Lost Phoebe
  190. Dumas, Alexandre – The Comte de Monte Cristo
  191. Dumas, Alexandre – The Three Musketeers
  192. Eliot, George – Silas Marner
  193. Eliot, George – Middlemarch
  194. Eliot, T.S. – The Cocktail Party (Performed by Alec Guinness & Cathleen Nesbitt)
  195. William –  “Shingles for the Lord”
  196. Faulkner, William – Faulkner Reads Faulkner
  197. Fitzgerald, F. Scott – Bernice Bobs Her Hair
  198. Fitzgerald, F. Scott – Flappers and Philosophers
  199. Fitzgerald, F. Scott – Tales of the Jazz Age
  200. Fitzgerald, F. Scott – The Beautiful and Damned
  201. Fitzgerald, F. Scott- The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
  202. Fitzgerald, F. Scott- The Great Gatsby
  203. Fitzgerald, F. Scott – This Side of Paradise
  204. Flaubert, Gustave- Madame Bovary
  205. Flaubert, Gustave- Three Short Works
  206. Forster, E.M. – A Room with a View
  207. Forster, E. M. – Howards End
  208. Forster, E.M. – “The Machine Stops”
  209. Gaiman, Neil – Coraline (Read in its entirety by Neil Gaiman and friends)
  210. Gaiman, Neil – “A Study in Emerald”
  211. Gaiman, Neil – “How to Talk to Other Girls at Parties”
  212. Gaiman, Neil – “Orange” (read live)
  213. Gaiman, Neil – “Troll Bridge” (read live, starts at 4:00 mark)
  214. Gaiman, Neil – “The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury” (read by Neil Gaiman)
  215. Gaiman, Neil – “The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains”
  216. Gaitskill, Mary – “The Other Place” (read by Jennifer Egan)
  217. Geng, Veronica – “Love Trouble Is My Business” (read by Jonathan Franzen)
  218. Gogol, Nikolai – Dead Souls
  219. Gogol, Nikolai – “The Nose”
  220. Gogol, Nikolai – The Overcoat and Other Short Stories
  221. Gordimer, Nadine – “A Style of Her Own” and “The Bridegroom” (read by the author, 1961)
  222. Gordimer, Nadine – “City Lovers”
  223. Gordimer, Nadine – “Loot” (read by author)
  224. Grahame, Kenneth- The Reluctant Dragon (read by Boris Karloff)
  225. Hawthorne, Nathaniel- House of the Seven Gables
  226. Hawthorne, Nathaniel- Rappaccini’s Daughter
  227. Hawthorne, Nathaniel- The Scarlet Letter
  228. Hawthorne, Nathaniel- The Scarlet Letter
  229. Hawthorne, Nathaniel – “Wakefield” (Read by Paul Auster)
  230. Hayden, Julie – “Day-Old Baby Rats” (read by Lorrie Moore) 
  231. Heinlein, Robert – Methuselah’s Children (abridged)
  232. Hemingway, Ernest – A Farewell to Arms (1948 radio drama)
  233. Hemingway, Ernest – Ernest Hemingway Reads Ernest Hemingway
  234. Hemingway, Ernest – Homage to Switzerland (read by Julian Barnes)
  235. Hemingway, Ernest- “In Harry’s Bar in Venice” (a short story read by Hemingway)
  236. Hemingway, Ernest- “The Snows of Kilimanjaro” (read by Charleston Heston) – Part 1– Part 2 – Part 3 – Part 4
  237. Hesse, Hermann – Siddhartha
  238. Hitchcock, Alfred – Alfred Hitchcock Presents Ghost Stories for Young People
  239. Homer, The Iliad (Based on Samuel Butler Translation)
  240. Homer, The Odyssey (Based on Samuel Butler Translation)
  241. Hughes, Langston – “Simple on Indian Blood”(read by Ossie Davis)
  242. Hughes, Langston – “A Toast to Harlem” (read by Ossie Davis) 
  243. Hughes, Langston – “Last Whipping” (read by Ossie Davis) 
  244. Hughes, Langston – “Feet Live Their Own Life” (read by Ossie Davis) 
  245. Hugo, Victor – Les Misérables Vol. 1
  246. Hugo, Victor – Les Misérables – Radio drama narrated by Orson Welles
  247. Hugo, Victor – The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  248. Hugo, Victor – The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Abridged version read by Christopher Lee)
  249. Huxley, Aldous – Brave New World (Dramatized version read by Huxley)
  250. Huxley, Aldous – Crome Yellow
  251. Irving, Washington – Rip Van Winkle
  252. Irving, Washington – The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
  253. James, Henry – Daisy Miller
  254. James, Henry – “Greville Fane” (read by Cynthia Ozick)
  255. James, Henry – The Turn of the Screw
  256. Johnson, Denis – “Emergency” (read by Tobias Wolff) 
  257. Joyce, James – A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  258. Joyce, James – Chamber Music
  259. Joyce, James – Dubliners
  260. Joyce, James – “The Dead” (Read by Bart Wolffe)
  261. Joyce, James – Ulysses
  262. July, Miranda – “Ron Spivey” (read by David Sedaris)
  263. Kafka, Franz – “A Little Fable” (Read by David Foster Wallace)
  264. Kafka, Franz – “A Hunger Artist” (read by Hanif Kureishi)
  265. Kafka, Franz – “Before the Law”
  266. Kafka, Franz – “In the Penal Colony
  267. Kafka, Franz – The Metamorphosis
  268. Karloff, Boris – Tales of the Frightened
  269. Kerouac, Burroughs, Ginsberg, etc — 18 Hours of Beat Readings
  270. Kincaid, Jamaica – “Figures in the Distance” (read by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie)
  271. Kincaid, Jamaica – “Girl” and “Wingless” (read by Edwidge Danticat)
  272. King, Stephen – “Afterlife”
  273. Kipling, Rudyard – Kim
  274. Kipling, Rudyard – Just So Stories for Little Children
  275. Kipling, Rudyard – Rikki-Tikki-Tavi 
  276. Kipling, Rudyard – “The Elephant’s Child”
  277. Kipling, Rudyard – The Jungle Story
  278. L’Heureux, John – “Three Short Moments in a Long Life”
  279. Lawrence, D.H. – Everlasting Flowers
  280. Lawrence, D.H. – A Woman and Her Dead Husband
  281. Le Guin, Ursula – “The End” (Dramatized version)
  282. Leroux, Gaston – The Phantom of the Opera (abridged)
  283. Lewis, C.S. – The Chronicles of Narnia
  284. Lewis, C.S. – Spirits in Bondage
  285. Lewis, C.S. – The Screwtape Letters (narrated by John Cleese)
  286. Lewis, Sinclair – Babbit
  287. Lewis, Sinclair – It Can’t Happen Here (reading of an adapted play)
  288. Lewis, Sinclair – Main Street
  289. London, Jack – Call of the Wild
  290. London, Jack – The Heathen
  291. London, Jack -To Build a Fire
  292. London, Jack – White Fang
  293. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth – Selected Works
  294. Lovecraft, H.P. – The Call of Cthulhu (Read by Garrick Hagan)
  295. Lovecraft, H.P – The Call of Cthulhu & Other Stories
  296. Lovecraft, H.P. – The Collected Public Domain Works of H. P. Lovecraft
  297. Lucretius – On the Nature of Things
  298. Lu Xun – A Madman’s Diary and Other Stories
  299. Mann, Thomas – Death in Venice
  300. McCabe, Eugene – Annahullian (read by Colm Tóibín)
  301. McCann, Colum – “Transatlantic” (read by author)
  302. McEwan, Ian – “My Purple Scented Novel” (read by the author)
  303. Melville, Herman – Moby-Dick
  304. Melville, Herman – Moby-Dick read by Celebrities (Benedict Cumberbatch, John Waters, Stephen Fry, Tilda Swinton & More)
  305. Melville, Herman – Moby-Dick read by Other Celebrities
  306. Melville, Herman – Moby-Dick (Abridged version read by Hayward Morse)
  307. Melville, Herman – Typee
  308. Miller, Arthur – Readings from The Crucible and Death of a Salesman
  309. Miller Jr, Walter M. – A Canticle for Leibowitz (Dramatized Version)
  310. Miller, William – Rent Party Jazz (read by Viola Davis)
  311. John – Paradise Lost
  312. Milton, John – Paradise Regained
  313. Montgomery, Lucy Maud – Anne of Green Gables
  314. Moore, Lorrie – “Paper Losses” read by Gary Shteyngart
  315. Munro, Alice – “Axis” – Free MP3
  316. Murakami, Haruki  – “On Seeing the 100% Perfect Girl One Beautiful April Morning”
  317. Nabokov, Vladimir – My Russian Education (Read by Orhan Pamuk)
  318. Nabokov, Vladimir – Vladimir Nabokov Reads from Lolita & Selected Poems
  319. Nin, Anais – “Under a Glass Bell” (Read by the author)
  320. Northup, Solomon – Twelve Years a Slave
  321. O’Connor, Flannery – “A Good Man is Hard to Find.” (Read by author in 1959)
  322. O’Connor, Flannery – “Everything That Rises Must Converge” (Read by Estelle Parsons)
  323. O’Connor, Flannery – “Revelation” (Read by Studs Terkel)
  324. O’Connor, Frank – “The Man of the World” (read by Julian Barnes) 
  325. O Henry, The Gift of the Magi
  326. Oates, Joyce Carol – “Mastiff” (read by Louise Erdrich)
  327. Orwell, George – 1984
  328. Orwell, George – 1984
  329. Orwell, George – 1984
  330. Orwell, George – Animal Farm
  331. Orwell, George – Animal Farm
  332. Orwell, George – Homage to Catalonia – Chapter 1 – Remaining Chapters here
  333. Oz, Amos – “The King of Norway” (read by Jonathan Safran Foer)
  334. Ozick, Cynthia – “The Shawl” (read by Joyce Carol Oates)
  335. Paley, Grace – “Love” (read by George Saunders)
  336. Plath, Sylvia – Three Women (a radio play)
  337. Poe, Edgar Allan – 5 Hours of Edgar Allan Poe Stories Read by Vincent Price & Basil Rathbone
  338. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Essential Edgar Allan Poe
  339. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Complete Works Vol. 1
  340. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Complete Works Vol. 2
  341. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Complete Works Vol. 3
  342. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Complete Works Vol. 4
  343. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Complete Works Vol. 5
  344. Poe, Edgar Allan – “The Masque of the Red Death” and Annabel Lee (read by William S. Burroughs)
  345. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Cask of Amontillado
  346. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Mask of the Red Death (read by William S. Burroughs)
  347. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Pit and the Pendulum
  348. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Raven
  349. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Raven (read by Stan Lee)
  350. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Raven (read by Vincent Price)
  351. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Raven (read by Christopher Walken)
  352. Alternate version read by actor John de Lancie (video)
  353. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Tell Tale Heart
  354. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Tell Tale Heart (read by Christopher Lee)
  355. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Tell Tale Heart (read by Iggy Pop)
  356. Poe, Edgar Allan – The Tell Tale Heart, Silence, Annabel Lee (read by James Mason)
  357. Porter, Eleanor – Pollyanna
  358. Price, Vincent – The Price of Fear (Classic radio show featuring Vincent Price)
  359. Pritchett, V.S. – The Rescue (Read by Jonathan Lethem)
  360. Prokofiev, Sergei – Peter and the Wolf (Narrated by David Bowie)
  361. Proust, Marcel – À La Recherche Du Temps Perdu (Œuvre Intégrale) (in French)
  362. Pushkin, Alexander – Eugene Onegin
  363. Ratcliffe, Stephen – Continuum
  364. Rand, Ayn – Anthem
  365. Remarque, Erich Maria – All Quiet on the Western Front
  366. Ruskin, John – The Golden River
  367. Safran Foer, Jonathan – “Love is Blind and Deaf”
  368. Saramago, José – “The Centaur” (Read by Nadine Gordimer)
  369. Sedaris, David – “The Mouse and the Snake” from Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk: A Modest Bestiary 
  370. Sedaris, David – “Six to Eight Black Men” from the album ‘Live at Carnegie Hall’
  371. Sedaris, David – “Solution to Saturday’s Puzzle”from When You Are Engulfed in Flames
  372. Sendak, Maurice – Where the Wild Things Are (read by Christopher Walken)
  373. Seuss, Dr. – Green Eggs and Ham (read by Neil Gaiman)
  374. Seuss, Dr. – How The Grinch Stole Christmas (read by Boris Karloff)
  375. Seuss, Dr. – How The Grinch Stole Christmas (read by Keith Morrison)
  376. Sewell, Anna – Black Beauty
  377. Schwartz, Delmore – “In Dreams Begin Responsibilities” (Read by Lou Reed)
  378. Shakespeare, William – A 68 Hour Playlist of Shakespeare’s Plays Being Performed by Great Actors: Gielgud, McKellen & More
  379. Shakespeare, William – 10 Plays Performed by Orson Welles on the Radio
  380. Shakespeare, William – All’s Well Ends Well
  381. Shakespeare, William – A Midsummer Night’s Dream
  382. Shakespeare, William – Antony and Cleopatra
  383. Shakespeare, William – As You Like It
  384. Shakespeare, William – Comedy of Errors
  385. Shakespeare, William – Coriolanus
  386. Shakespeare, William – Cymbeline
  387. Shakespeare, William – Hamlet
  388. Shakespeare, William – Hamlet (French translation by Marcel Pagnol)
  389. Shakespeare, William – Hamlet (Starring John Gielgud)
  390. Shakespeare, William – Julius Caesar
  391. Shakespeare, William – King Lear
  392. Shelley, Mary – Frankenstein (Abridged version read by Christophe Lee)
  393. Shakespeare, William – Macbeth (with Alec Guinness)
  394. Shakespeare, William – Romeo and Juliet
  395. Shakespeare, William – Macbeth (with Alec Guinness)
  396. Shakespeare, William – The Merchant of Venice
  397. Shakespeare, William – The Sonnets
  398. Shakespeare, William – The Tragedy of MacBeth
  399. Shaw, George Bernard – Pygmalion
  400. Shelley, Mary – Frankenstein
  401. Amis, Martin- “Phantom of the Opera”
  402. Aristotle- Poetics
  403. Aristotle- Politics
  404. Aristotle – Physics
  405. Bauhaus Reviewed: 1919 to 1933 (Oral History of the Bauhaus School)
  406. Augustine, Saint- City of God
  407. Beard, Charles- History of the United States, Volume 1
  408. Beard, Charles- History of the United States, Volume 2
  409. Beard, Charles- History of the United States, Volume 3
  410. Beard, Charles- History of the United States, Volume 4
  411. Berger, John- Fellow Prisoners
  412. Berkeley, George- A Defence of Free-Thinking in Mathematics
  413. Burke, Edmund- A Philosophical Enquiry
  414. Burke, Edmund- Reflections on the Revolution in France
  415. Burroughs, William S.- Breakthrough in Grey Room 
  416. Burroughs, William S.- Burroughs at 100 (A radio documentary narrated by Iggy Pop)
  417. Camus, Albert- Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1957
  418. Camus, Albert- The Human Crisis(Read by Actor Viggo Mortensen)
  419. Campbell, Joseph- 48 Hours of Joseph Campbell Lectures
  420. Carroll, Lewis- Symbolic Logic
  421. Carroll, Lewis- The Game of Logic
  422. Channing, Edward- A Short History of the United States
  423. Chomsky, Noam- 24 Hours of Lectures and Talks on Democracy 
  424. Confucius- The Sayings of Confucius
  425. Darwin, Charles- On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection
  426. Descartes, Rene – Discourse on Method
  427. Descartes, Rene – Meditations on First Philosophy
  428. Dickens, Charles- A Child’s History of England
  429. Doctorow, Cory- Content: Selected Essays on Technology, Creativity, Copyright and the Future of the Future
  430. Douglass, Frederick- Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
  431. Douglass, Frederick- A Speech to the People of Rochester, New York on the Hypocrisy of Slavery
  432. Dubois, W.E.B.- The Soul of Black Folks
  433. Emerson, Ralph Waldo – History
  434. Einhard, The Life of Charlemagne
  435. Einstein, Albert – Relativity
  436. Einstein, Albert- Albert Einstein in His Own Voice
  437. Emerson, Ralph Waldo- Collected Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson
  438. Faulkner, William- Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1954
  439. Foster Wallace, David- This is Water, 2005 Kenyon Commencement Speech
  440. Foster Wallace, David- The View from Mrs Thompson’s
  441. Freud, Sigmund- Dream Psychology
  442. Freud, Sigmund- A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis
  443. Freud, Sigmund- The Interpretation of Dreams
  444. Freud, Sigmund- Psychopathology of Everyday Life
  445. Freud, Sigmund- Reflections on War and Death
  446. Freud, Sigmund- Totem and Taboo
  447. Fuller, Buckminster- Buckminster Fuller Speaks His Mind
  448. Garcia Marquez, Gabriel- “The Solitude of Latin America”(Nobel Prize Speech)
  449. Gibbon, Edward- The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Vol 1.
  450. Gibbon, Edward- The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Vol 2.
  451. Gibbon, Edward– The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Vol 3.
  452. Goethe– Theory of Colors
  453. Grant, Ulysses S.– The Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant
  454. Harding, Samuel – The Story of the Middle Ages
  455. Henry, Patrick– Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death
  456. Henry, Patrick – Speech Addressing the Virginia House of Burgesses; Richmond, Virginia; March 23, 1775
  457. Hitchcock, Alfred– Alfred Hitchcock Interviews
  458. Holmes, Oliver Wendell– The Fountain of Youth
  459. Huxley, Aldous– Speaking Personally
  460. Huxley, Aldous– The Visionary Experience
  461. James, William– The Moral Equivalent of War
  462. Jefferson, Thomas– The Declaration of Independence
  463. Jobs, Steve– Stanford Graduations Speech, 2005
  464. Kandinsky, Wassily– Concerning the Spiritual in Art
  465. Kaufmann, Walter– Lectures on Nietzsche, Kierkegaard and Sartre
  466. Lessig, Lawrence– Free Culture
  467. Lincoln, Abraham– Gettysburg Address
  468. Macauley, Thomas– History of England
  469. Machiavelli, The Prince
  470. Marx, Karl– The Communist Manifesto
  471. McCleod, Ken– Wake Up to Your Life: Discovering the Buddhist Path of Attention 
  472. McLuhan, Marshall– The Medium is The Massage
  473. Mill, John Stuart– Utilitarianism
  474. Morrison, Toni– Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1993
  475. Nietzsche, Friedrich– Ecce Homo
  476. Nietzsche, Friedrich– Beyond Good and Evil
  477. Nietzsche, Friedrich– Thus Spoke Zarathustra
  478. Nietzsche, Friedrich– Twilight of the Idols
  479. Nin, Anais– The Diary of Anais Nin, Vol 1: A 60 minute reading by the author
  480. Paine, Thomas– Common Sense
  481. Plato– The Apology of Socrates
  482. Plato– The Republic
  483. Roosevelt, Theodore– Spanish-American War: The Rough Riders in Tampa
  484. Rousseau, Jean-Jacques– A Discourse Upon the Origin and the Foundation of the Inequality Among Mankind
  485. Russell, Bertrand– ABC of Relativity: Understanding Einstein
  486. Russell, Bertrand– Why I Am Not a Christian
  487. Sedaris, David– Santaland Diaries
  488. Smith, Adam– A Wealth of Nations Book 1and Books 2 & 3
  489. Steinbeck, John– Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1962
  490. Strathern, Paul– Nietzsche in 90 Minutes 
  491. Sun-tzu– The Art of War
  492. Thoreau, Henry David– Walden
  493. Thucydides, The History of the Peloponnesian War
  494. Tocqueville, Alexis de– Democracy in America Part 1and Part 2
  495. Various– The Federalist Papers Rss Feed
  496. Various– The US Constitution
  497. Voltaire– Candide
  498. Vonnegut, Kurt– Anti-Censorship Letter Sent to School, read by Benedict Cumberbatch
  499. Wiesel, Elie– Night (a marathon community reading with Dr. Ruth, Itzhak Perlman & more)
  500. Wittgenstein, Ludwig–Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

Non-Fiction

  1. Amis, Martin- “Phantom of the Opera”
  2. Aristotle- Poetics
  3. Aristotle- Politics
  4. Aristotle – Physics
  5. Bauhaus Reviewed: 1919 to 1933 (Oral History of the Bauhaus School)
  6. Augustine, Saint- City of God
  7. Beard, Charles- History of the United States, Volume 1
  8. Beard, Charles- History of the United States, Volume 2
  9. Beard, Charles- History of the United States, Volume 3
  10. Beard, Charles- History of the United States, Volume 4
  11. Berger, John- Fellow Prisoners
  12. Berkeley, George- A Defence of Free-Thinking in Mathematics
  13. Burke, Edmund- A Philosophical Enquiry
  14. Burke, Edmund- Reflections on the Revolution in France
  15. Burroughs, William S.- Breakthrough in Grey Room 
  16. Burroughs, William S.- Burroughs at 100 (A radio documentary narrated by Iggy Pop)
  17. Camus, Albert- Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1957
  18. Camus, Albert- The Human Crisis(Read by Actor Viggo Mortensen)
  19. Campbell, Joseph- 48 Hours of Joseph Campbell Lectures
  20. Carroll, Lewis- Symbolic Logic
  21. Carroll, Lewis- The Game of Logic
  22. Channing, Edward- A Short History of the United States
  23. Chomsky, Noam- 24 Hours of Lectures and Talks on Democracy 
  24. Confucius- The Sayings of Confucius
  25. Darwin, Charles- On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection
  26. Descartes, Rene – Discourse on Method
  27. Descartes, Rene – Meditations on First Philosophy
  28. Dickens, Charles- A Child’s History of England
  29. Doctorow, Cory- Content: Selected Essays on Technology, Creativity, Copyright and the Future of the Future
  30. Douglass, Frederick- Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
  31. Douglass, Frederick- A Speech to the People of Rochester, New York on the Hypocrisy of Slavery
  32. Dubois, W.E.B.- The Soul of Black Folks
  33. Emerson, Ralph Waldo – History
  34. Einhard, The Life of Charlemagne
  35. Einstein, Albert – Relativity
  36. Einstein, Albert- Albert Einstein in His Own Voice
  37. Emerson, Ralph Waldo- Collected Essays of Ralph Waldo Emerson
  38. Faulkner, William- Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1954
  39. Foster Wallace, David- This is Water, 2005 Kenyon Commencement Speech
  40. Foster Wallace, David- The View from Mrs Thompson’s
  41. Freud, Sigmund- Dream Psychology
  42. Freud, Sigmund- A General Introduction to Psychoanalysis
  43. Freud, Sigmund- The Interpretation of Dreams
  44. Freud, Sigmund- Psychopathology of Everyday Life
  45. Freud, Sigmund- Reflections on War and Death
  46. Freud, Sigmund- Totem and Taboo
  47. Fuller, Buckminster- Buckminster Fuller Speaks His Mind
  48. Garcia Marquez, Gabriel- “The Solitude of Latin America”(Nobel Prize Speech)
  49. Gibbon, Edward- The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Vol 1.
  50. Gibbon, Edward- The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Vol 2.
  51. Gibbon, Edward– The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Vol 3.
  52. Goethe– Theory of Colors
  53. Grant, Ulysses S.– The Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant
  54. Harding, Samuel – The Story of the Middle Ages
  55. Henry, Patrick– Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death
  56. Henry, Patrick – Speech Addressing the Virginia House of Burgesses; Richmond, Virginia; March 23, 1775
  57. Hitchcock, Alfred– Alfred Hitchcock Interviews
  58. Holmes, Oliver Wendell– The Fountain of Youth
  59. Huxley, Aldous– Speaking Personally
  60. Huxley, Aldous– The Visionary Experience
  61. James, William– The Moral Equivalent of War
  62. Jefferson, Thomas– The Declaration of Independence
  63. Jobs, Steve– Stanford Graduations Speech, 2005
  64. Kandinsky, Wassily– Concerning the Spiritual in Art
  65. Kaufmann, Walter– Lectures on Nietzsche, Kierkegaard and Sartre
  66. Lessig, Lawrence– Free Culture
  67. Lincoln, Abraham– Gettysburg Address
  68. Macauley, Thomas– History of England
  69. Machiavelli, The Prince
  70. Marx, Karl– The Communist Manifesto
  71. McCleod, Ken– Wake Up to Your Life: Discovering the Buddhist Path of Attention 
  72. McLuhan, Marshall– The Medium is The Massage
  73. Mill, John Stuart– Utilitarianism
  74. Morrison, Toni– Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1993
  75. Nietzsche, Friedrich– Ecce Homo
  76. Nietzsche, Friedrich– Beyond Good and Evil
  77. Nietzsche, Friedrich– Thus Spoke Zarathustra
  78. Nietzsche, Friedrich– Twilight of the Idols
  79. Nin, Anais– The Diary of Anais Nin, Vol 1: A 60 minute reading by the author
  80. Paine, Thomas– Common Sense
  81. Plato– The Apology of Socrates
  82. Plato– The Republic
  83. Roosevelt, Theodore– Spanish-American War: The Rough Riders in Tampa
  84. Rousseau, Jean-Jacques– A Discourse Upon the Origin and the Foundation of the Inequality Among Mankind
  85. Russell, Bertrand– ABC of Relativity: Understanding Einstein
  86. Russell, Bertrand– Why I Am Not a Christian
  87. Sedaris, David– Santaland Diaries
  88. Smith, Adam– A Wealth of Nations Book 1and Books 2 & 3
  89. Steinbeck, John– Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, 1962
  90. Strathern, Paul– Nietzsche in 90 Minutes 
  91. Sun-tzu– The Art of War
  92. Thoreau, Henry David– Walden
  93. Thucydides, The History of the Peloponnesian War
  94. Tocqueville, Alexis de– Democracy in America Part 1and Part 2
  95. Various– The Federalist Papers Rss Feed
  96. Various– The US Constitution
  97. Voltaire– Candide
  98. Vonnegut, Kurt– Anti-Censorship Letter Sent to School, read by Benedict Cumberbatch
  99. Wiesel, Elie– Night (a marathon community reading with Dr. Ruth, Itzhak Perlman & more)
  100. Wittgenstein, Ludwig–Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

 

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