• Dans l'auberge tenue par ses parents, le jeune Jim Hawkins fait la connaissance fortuite d'un vieux marin moribond et pétri d'alcool sur qui pèse une terrifiante menace. Après le décès du marin et celui de son propre père, Jim découvre dans les bagages de Billy Bones une carte au trésor, promesse de fortune et d'aventures. Il partage sa découverte avec le docteur Livesey et le chevalier Trelawney, qui embarquent avec lui sur l'Hispaniola. Long John Silver, dont le perroquet ne quitte jamais l'épaule, fait également partie du voyage. Arrivés sur l'île, une bande de pirates dont John Silver se révèle être le capitaine, tente de s'emparer du trésor, multipliant contre l'équipage de Jim les attaques et les traîtrises.

    Raconté par Jacques Duby (Jim Hawkins), Jean Servais (John Silver), Jean Rochefort (3 rôles : Joyce/Chien noir/Israel Hands) et 7 autres comédiens

    Musique : Norman Maine
    Réalisation : Henri Gruel
    Enregistrement original (d'après le texte original)
    2 pistes
    Durée totale : 33 minutes

  • Roman d'aventure et d'initation, L'Île au trésor est avant tout l'archétype du récit de piraterie.Le jeune Jim Hawkins est en possession d'une carte qui doit le mener à un fabuleux trésor ! Sa quête le conduit à franchir les océans à bord de l'Hispaniola mais le voyage est rapidement perturbé par l'équipage qui prépare une mutinerie... ©2008 Nathan (P)

  • Dr Jekyll et Mr Hyde est une nouvelle écrite par Robert Louis Stevenson et publiée en janvier 1886.Ce récit est devenu un modèle du genre d'épouvante à ressort psychanalytique. Le Dr Jekyll, gentleman londonien respectable, est envahi par l'idée d'avoir deux personnalités opposées en lui : la première est consciente et honorable, la seconde laisse place à toutes les perversions de son subconscient. Alors qu'il tente de détruire le Mr Hyde qui se trouve en lui, c'est le Dr Jekyll qui va peu à peu disparaître...

  • When an old sea captain dies mysteriously in his parent`s inn, young Jim Hawkins finds a treasure map in the captain`s possessions that will spark a wild and adventures treasure hunt. Joined by a handful of untrustworthy pirates, he meets the antagonistic Long John Silver, a character whose fame transcends the tale. With Treasure Island (1883), author Robert Louis Stevenson invented the modern image of the pirate, without which we likely wouldn`t have experienced Johnny Depp as the infamous Captain Jack Sparrow in Pirates of the Caribbean. For more than a hundred years, Treasure Island has been finding its way to the screen. The first non-silent movie adaptation was directed by Victor Fleming, the director of The Wizard of Oz (1939).

  • Recently orphaned 17-year-old David leaves his home on the Scottish countryside to seek out a rich uncle he has never met. The uncle, as it turns out, is paranoid and unpleasant, and before David can claim his inheritance he is knocked out and taken to sea to be sold as a slave in America. So begins Robert Louis Stevenson`s adventure novel, Kidnapped (1886), a breathlessly exciting story for fans of action and suspense, and a story about two very different types of Scotsmen.

  • A ilha do tesouro Nouv.

    Um velho marinheiro se instala na estalagem dos pais de Jim Hawkins. Ele parece estar escondendo alguma coisa... Quando os piratas atacam a pousada, Jim foge e leva consigo o que o capitão estava escondendo: um mapa do tesouro! É assim que a aventura do jovem Jim começa em uma jornada cheia de surpresas.

    A história de Jim inspirou o filme brasileiro "O Trapalhão na Ilha do Tesouro" (1974), estrelando Renato Aragão e Dedé Santana.

    Este audiolivro é narrado em português brasileiro.



    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) é um escritor escocês e um viajante frequente. É dessas viagens que ele se inspira para escrever suas obras cheias de aventura e histórias fantásticas. Com uma narrativa bastante visual, ele consegue expressar uma crítica aos hábitos da sociedade de seu tempo. Seus romances mais famosos são fonte de inspiração para diferentes mídias, como o filme de animação da Disney "Planeta do Tesouro" (2002) e o emblemático "O Médico e o Monstro", produzido em 1931.

  • Résumé
    Charles Utterson, un avoué de justice, mène l'enquête sur Mister Hyde, un étrange personnage, violent et sans scrupules, peut-être même un meurtrier. Il découvre que ce M. Hyde est très lié avec le docteur Henry Jekyll, un philanthrope sympathique et passionné par son métier.
    Il découvre que le docteur Jekyll se livre à des expériences scientifiques et a inventé une drogue pour séparer le bon côté de sa personnalité et de son mauvais côté. Mais nuit après nuit, la face obscure de sa personnalité prend le dessus et finit par le transformer en monstrueux Mister Hyde.
    Une réflexion puissante et fascinante sur le Bien et le Mal qui cohabite en nous.

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    L'Étrange Cas du Dr Jekyll et de Mr Hyde (en anglais, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde) est une nouvelle fanstastique, presque d'épouvante, écrite par Robert Louis Stevenson et publiée en janvier 1886. Cette oeuvre étonnante et fascinante a fait l'objet de plusieurs dizaines d'adaptations au cinéma, à la télévision et au théâtre.
    Crédits
    D'après Robert Lous Stevenson
    Interprète : Frédéric Chevaux
    Réalisation : Patrick Martinez Bournat
    Mixage : Lucio Molinari
    Editeur & musiques : La Compagnie du Savoir
    Durée : 180 minutes

  • Jim Hawkins is a young boy who lives at his parents' inn, near Bristol. After Billy Bones, an old sea captain, mysteriously dies at the inn, Hawkins unlocks his sea chest and finds a treasure map. The mysterious treasure map arouses Jim's curiosity and sparks a wild and adventurous treasure hunt. Before long, Jim has gathered a crew of untrustworthy pirates and sails off to Treasure Island. Long John Silver with his missing leg and his parrot is part of the voyage.

    How did captain Billy Bones die? Was he murdered? Where did he get the treasure map from? Will Jim Hawkins and his crew reach Treasure Island? What is John Silver's role in this story? Find all the answers in Robert Louis Stevenson's adventure 1883 novel "Treasure Island".

    B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere.

    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a Scottish writer of novels, poems, essays, and travel books. For most of his life, Stevenson suffered from serious bronchial issues, but he kept on travelling and writing. Although his writing has often been considered pure entertainment, author Henry James aligned Stevenson's works with his own. His most famous novels are "Treasure Island" (1883), "Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" (1886), "Kidnapped" (1886) and "A Child's Garden of Verses" (1885).

  • Gabriel Utterson firsts hears about Mr. Hyde while on an evening walk with a friend. A sinister-looking man, Mr. Hyde is said to have violently trampled a young girl on the street for no reason. Not prone to gossip, Utterson leaves the matter be. But when he discovers that his good friend and client, Dr. Jekyll, paid off the girl`s parents on Mr. Hyde`s behalf, his inner alarm bells go off. What, exactly, is the connection between two such opposite people? Initially sold as a cheap and superficial read, Robert Louis Stevenson`s novella, The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde (1886), didn`t receive its rightful praise until a review is The Times made the sales skyrocket. Soon, a popular stage production in London was forced to shut down because the audience found the play so believable, they suspected the actors and creator of being linked to the murders by the notorious, unidentified serial killer, Jack the Ripper.

  • Quando un vecchio capitano di mare muore misteriosamente nella locanda dei genitori di Jim Hawkins, il giovane trova una mappa del tesoro tra gli effetti personali del capitano che darà il via a una selvaggia e avventurosa caccia al tesoro. Insieme a una manciata di pirati inaffidabili, incontra l'antagonista Long John Silver, un personaggio la cui fama trascende il racconto. Con "L'isola del tesoro" (1883), l'autore Robert Louis Stevenson inventò l'immagine moderna del pirata, senza la quale probabilmente non avremmo mai potuto ammirare Johnny Depp nel ruolo del famigerato Capitano Jack Sparrow in "Pirati dei Caraibi". Da più di cent'anni, "L'isola del tesoro" arriva sul piccolo e grande schermo. Il primo adattamento cinematografico non muto fu diretto da Victor Fleming, il regista de "Il mago di Oz" (1939).

  • Il povero hawaiano Keawe pensa di aver fatto il miglior affare della sua vita. Ha comprato una strana bottiglia da un uomo anziano e misterioso, in cui risiede un diavoletto. Gli è stato detto che il diavoletto soddisferà ogni suo desiderio... ma ogni cosa ha un prezzo, e Keawe non era pronto a pagarlo.



    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) fu uno scrittore scozzese di romanzi, poesie, saggi e libri di viaggio. A causa di problemi di salute, trascorse molto tempo all'estero, dove entrò a far parte di importanti circoli letterari. Sebbene la sua scrittura sia stata spesso considerata intrattenimento, l'autore Henry James ha allineato le opere di Stevenson alle sue. I suoi romanzi più famosi sono "L'isola del tesoro" (1883) e "Lo strano caso del dottor Jekyll e del signor Hyde" (1886).

  • David Balfour is a young Scottish man whose parents have recently died. The seventeen-year-old orphan decides that the time has come for him to seek his fortune. Right before Balfour departs for Edinburgh, he meets with his guardian Mr Campbell. Campbell tells the young boy that he has a wealthy uncle living in Cramond. How did David's parents die? Will the young boy go to Cramond to meet his wealthy relatives? What will Balfour learn about his father and how will he react? Discover all the answers in Robert Louis Stevenson's adventure novel "Kidnapped" from 1886.

    B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere.

    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a Scottish writer of novels, poems, essays, and travel books. For most of his life, Stevenson suffered from serious bronchial trouble, but kept on travelling and writing. Though his writing has often been considered entertainment, author Henry James aligned Stevenson's works to his own. His most famous novels are "Treasure Island" (1883), "Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" (1886), "Kidnapped" (1886) and "A Child's Garden of Verses" (1885).

  • A nameless Scottish soldier is recovering from his wounds in a Spanish hospital. He takes a temporary residence with a local family. Felipe and Olalla are two siblings living with their mother, with whom the soldier develops a casual friendship. After being absent for a while, Olalla returns to the house and the Scotsman immediately falls in love with her. He wants to take her away and show her the world but the family is hiding a dark secret. Why did the family accept to take in the soldier? What is the dark secret they are hiding? What will happen to the Scotsman? Find all the answers in Robert Louis Stevenson's short gothic story "Olalla" from 1885.

    B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere.

    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a Scottish writer of novels, poems, essays, and travel books. For most of his life, Stevenson suffered from serious bronchial trouble, but kept on travelling and writing. Though his writing has often been considered entertainment, author Henry James aligned Stevenson's works to his own. His most famous novels are "Treasure Island" (1883), "The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" (1886), "Kidnapped" (1886) and "A Child's Garden of Verses" (1885).

  • Fettes and his friends meet for a drink at the local inn. Everything is going well until the famous doctor Wolfe Macfarlane enters to treat a sick patient. Fettes gets very upset when he sees Macfarlane and a conflict arises between the two former medical students. The encounters brings back bitter memories of the bad, past decisions and crimes which they have committed as students. Why is Fettes so upset by the arrival of his old schoolmate? What do they have in common besides medicine? What happened between the two men? If you want to find out more about Fettes' and Macfarlane's dark secret, listen to this horror story from 1884.

    B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere.

    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a Scottish writer of novels, poems, essays, and travel books. For most of his life, Stevenson suffered from serious bronchial trouble, but kept on travelling and writing. Though his writing has often been considered entertainment, author Henry James aligned Stevenson's works to his own. His most famous novels are "Treasure Island" (1883), "The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" (1886), "Kidnapped" (1886) and "A Child's Garden of Verses" (1885).

  • Ballantrae and Henry are two brothers and Scottish noblemen, whose family is torn apart during the Jacobite rising of 1745. Ballantrae is an unscrupulous and bold man, who joins the fights to restore the Stuarts to the English throne. His brother, an honest and good-natured man, stays as a supporter of King George. Just when everyone thinks that Ballantrae has been killed, he returns to find out the terrible truth about his younger brother. Why did Henry choose to stay with King George instead of supporting his brother and country in the Jacobite fight? How will Ballantrae react when he finds out? Find all the answers in Robert Louis Stevenson's novel "The Master of Ballantrae" from 1889.

    B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere.

    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a Scottish writer of novels, poems, essays, and travel books. For most of his life, Stevenson suffered from serious bronchial trouble, but kept on travelling and writing. Though his writing has often been considered entertainment, author Henry James aligned Stevenson's works to his own. His most famous novels are "Treasure Island" (1883), "The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" (1886), "Kidnapped" (1886) and "A Child's Garden of Verses" (1885).

  • Henry Jekyll is an idealistic young scientist whose main goal it is to unlock the secrets of the human soul. He creates many different potions and chemical mixtures in his lab, but still struggles with discovering its secret. After he creates his most recent elixir, Jekyll drinks it; he hopes this formula will eliminate people's evil side. However, things go terribly wrong and the effect is far from what he expected.

    What exactly will happen after Jekyll drinks the elixir? Is he ready for the consequences of his actions?

    Along with "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde", in this collection you will find some of Stevenson's grimmest short stories such as "The Suicide Club", "The Body Snatcher", "Markheim", "Thrawn Janet" and "Lodging for the Nights".

    B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, wanting to breathe new life into classic stories. He masterfully plays with a wide array of voices and accents and has since then produced over 500 audiobooks. Now in collaboration with SAGA Egmont, his engaging narration of these famous classics is available to readers everywhere.

    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) was a Scottish writer of novels, poems, essays, and travel books. For most of his life, Stevenson suffered from serious bronchial issues, but he kept on travelling and writing. Although his writing has often been considered pure entertainment, author Henry James aligned Stevenson's works with his own. His most famous novels are "Treasure Island" (1883), "Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde" (1886), "Kidnapped" (1886) and "A Child's Garden of Verses" (1885).

  • De vermaarde arts dr. Henry Jekyll vindt een middel uit dat de kwade kant van zijn persoonlijkheid, die hij Edward Hyde noemt, oproept. Met een tegengif kan hij terugkeren naar zijn goede ik, maar dit tegengif wordt steeds minder effectief. Hierdoor kan hij zijn kwade evenbeeld steeds minder in toom houden, met alle gevolgen van dien.

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