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Fever 1793 Movies, Media Adaptations & Suggested Reading

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Related Titles/Adaptations

Fever 1793 can be enjoyed in an unabridged edition audiocassette (six hours, four cassettes) narrated by Emily Bergl (Listening Library Inc., October 2000). In addition to Fever 1793, the work includes other unabridged titles that tell stories of children who lived during various historical periods; for example, in a New York orphanage in 1926 and during the potato famine in Ireland.

According to Audio File 2001, Bergl sets a reasonable pace in Fever 1793. She avoids sounding maudlin during a nonstop series of hardships. She conveys the hopefulness and joyfulness of Mattie, as well as the resolve of other key people in the novel.

The book can be purchased in large print edition (Thorndike Press, June 2001).

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