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Les Misérables - Compass Classroom

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Experience one of the world's greatest classics of redemption. These seven 30-minute episodes were adapted into the first-person for radio by Orson Welles and remain a highlight of his career.

  • Formats: Download
  • Lessons: 7 Dramatized Chapters

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Compass Classroom is delighted to present Les Misérables for use with any literature course or as a standalone resource for your homeschool.

Experience one of the world's greatest classics of redemption. These seven, 30-minute episodes were adapted into the first-person for radio by Orson Welles at the beginning of his career.

Included in this download:

  • MP3 files tagged for use in iTunes or similar music database

Les Misérables was a radio series broadcast July 23–September 3, 1937 on the Mutual Network. It was Welles' first job as a writer-director for radio, and remains a highlight of his career. It also introduced the Mercury Theatre.

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Lessons

Episode List

  1. Chapter 1: The Bishop, Originally broadcast 07/23/1937.
  2. Chapter 2: Javert, Originally broadcast 07/30/1937.
  3. Chapter 3: The Trial, Originally broadcast 08/06/1937.
  4. Chapter 4: Cosette, Originally broadcast 08/13/1937.
  5. Chapter 5: The Grave, (announced the previous week as 'Marius') Originally broadcast 08/20/1937.
  6. Chapter 6: The Barricade, Originally broadcast 08/27/1937.
  7. Chapter 7: Finale, Originally broadcast 09/03/1937.
FAQ

INSTALLATION

Access the materials at “Downloadable Products” in your Compass Classroom store account, and unzip the file to a location on your hard drive.

Once the files are unzipped, you can play the files directly on your computer. Alternatively, you can upload the files to any device which will play .mp3s. If you use iTunes or a similar music database program, you can drag the unzipped folders to the program icon.

These audio files were obtained in the public domain and are provided as-is. If you have more questions, get help at https://www.compassclassroom.com/contacts.