Wonderfully read by Francis Urquhart (Ian Richardson) giving it the certain solemnness and magesty of voice and pronunciation that inevitably is required in order to fully regard and experience this work of world literature. Seldom a work has left a greater mark upon civilisation and cultural thinking, and even more seldom has a work so short of volume left a mark as great or lasting. Half a millennium has elapsed since this short work of about a hundred pages only has began its way throughout history and with Ian Richardson's interpretaion this depth of history and significance is honored in due terms.
I can give without any reservation my best recommendation for this audiobook to anyone who is either interested in the author or the narrator or the content of the work itself.
To use an adapted quote: May your illustrious house be the next to seize the opportunity and the chances that fate or luck has put on you by rendering this work into your mind.
PS: the audio-quality is pretty good (much bettern than given in the example) if one downloads it with 'high quality'