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Geschichte des Fräuleins von Sternheim

Sprecher: Ursula Langrock
Spieldauer: 10 Std. und 16 Min.
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Geschichte um die naive und tugendhafte Sophie von Sternheim, die nach dem Tod Ihrer Eltern in einem Fürstenhaus in die Adelskreise eingeführt. Dort buhlen Lord Derby und Lord Seymour um ihre Gunst. Nach einer Intrige ihrer Tante nimmt das Schicksal seinen Lauf... Kommt es noch zu einem guten Ende?

©gemeinfrei (P)1990 SWR

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A difficult novel read without passion

I am not entirely sure what to say about this audiobook. The novel itself is a true classic of German literature and full of Enlightenment sophistication, but in terms of narrative beauty and plot development, it is greatly inferior to British and French works such as 'Clarissa' and 'Les liaisons dangereuses'. This is why I am aware that this book isn't easy to perform at all, but the producers could have chosen a younger-sounding and more passionate reader. The novel mainly consists in letters written by a young lady to her childhood friend, so I would have expected a more youthful female voice actor. I generally like the reader's voice, which is warm and soothing, but it doesn't fit the production. A more lively performance also could have wiped out some of the overcomplexities and repetitions of the source material. All in all, the audiobook is not an utter disappointment, but much less entertaining than I could have been.