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The Constant Nymph Audiobook Summary

“[The Constant Nymph is] one of the best novels old or new, that had ever absorbed a reader’s attention during the still hours.”—Augustine Birrell, the New Statesman, December 6, 1924

Lewis Dodd, a young, troubled composer, arrives at “Sanger’s Circus,” a wild gathering consisting of precocious children, a slovenly mistress, and an assortment of hangers-on in the Austrian Alps overseen by the eccentric Albert Sanger, a brilliant, if unappreciated, composer himself. Tessa, Sanger’s lively fourteen-year-old daughter, falls in love with their handsome visitor.

After Albert’s death leaves Tessa and her siblings penniless, they must implore extended family members for assistance. Florence, Tessa’s twenty-eight-year-old cousin, graciously steps in to help and she falls in love with Lewis … and he reciprocates. Florence and Lewis marry, much to Tessa’s dismay, and the Sanger children are shipped off to boarding school. But Lewis, while loyal to his bride, nonetheless finds himself drawn to Tessa more and more. Even marriage cannot completely sever the bond between Lewis and his constant nymph.

An immediate bestseller whose fans included fellow authors Thomas Hardy, J. M. Barrie, A. E. Housman, and John Galsworthy, The Constant Nymph was adapted both on stage and on screen in the decades after its release. Ostensibly a tale of female rivalry, Margaret Kennedy’s classic deftly explores the tension between creative genius and the stifling constraints of polite society in early twentieth-century England.

The Constant Nymph Audiobook Narrator

Gabrielle de Cuir is the narrator of The Constant Nymph audiobook that was written by Margaret Kennedy

About the Author(s) of The Constant Nymph

Margaret Kennedy is the author of The Constant Nymph

Margaret Kennedy (1896–1967) was an English novelist and playwright. The Constant Nymph, her most successful work, was published both as a novel and a play and was made into a film in 1943. Her first publication was a history book, A Century of Revolution (1922), which she wrote after attending Somerville College, Oxford, to study history. She had a son and two daughters with her husband, the barrister David Davies. One of her daughters was the novelist Julia Birley, and the novelist Serena Mackesy is her granddaughter.

The Constant Nymph Full Details

NarratorGabrielle de Cuir
Length12 hours 3 minutes
AuthorMargaret Kennedy
PublisherBlackstone Publishing
Release dateJanuary 28, 2023


According to Blackstone Publishing, the Publisher of The Constant Nymph Audiobook, The Constant Nymph includes the following subjects: The BISAC Subject Code is Fiction, Classics

Additional info

The imprint is Blackstone Publishing. It is supplied by Blackstone Publishing. The ISBN-13 is 9781799927358.

Global Availability

This book is only available in the United States.

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