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Author
Title
Genre
Total Audio
Total Words
Readability Grade Range
Traditional
proverbs
1:14:45
2,054
2 to 9
Franz Kafka
poetic prose
41:29
5,867
4 to College
Franz Kafka
short stories
1:46:46
13,139
7 to College
Franz Kafka
short story
2:06:06
19,157
10 to College
H.A. Guerber
fables
46:43
19,942
3 to 9
Franz Kafka
letter
2:16:00
16,292
12
Franz Kafka
short story
28:49
13,072
College
Franz Kafka
short story
27:09
3,995
8
Franz Kafka
short story
1:09:18
10,280
9
Franz Kafka
novel
 
89,152
8 to College
Franz Kafka
poetic prose
 
3,502
9
Franz Kafka
novel
 
71,776
8 to 10
Franz Kafka
poetic prose
 
1,709
5 to 12
Franz Kafka
novel
 
108,153
7 to 12
Works in Progress

The vocabulary mappings for the following works are in progress. Most users will be able to navigate and read large sections, so we think it's important to make these works available. If you read an entry and click on a word we don't know, we will alert you shortly when the meaning has been researched and recorded.

Author
Title
Genre
Total Audio
Total Words
Percent Complete
Readability Grade Range
Friedrich Nietzsche
prose
3:40:12
25,229
66%
2 to College
Goethe
prose
 
17,680
80%
4 to 12
Goethe
prose
 
21,428
81%
3 to 11
Hermann Hesse
novel
 
34,391
82%
7 to 11
Friedrich Nietzsche
prose
 
85,387
71%
4 to 8
Friedrich Nietzsche
prose
 
29,604
67%
3 to College
Friederich Nietzsche
prose
 
77,994
65%
2 to College
Friedrich Nietzsche
prose
 
41,868
62%
8 to College
Friedrich Nietzsche
prose
 
57,988
63%
3 to College
Friedrich Nietzsche
prose
 
85,368
64%
2 to College
Friedrich Nietzsche
prose
 
95,463
61%
2 to College
Thomas Mann
prose
 
25,062
72%
11 to College
Thomas Mann
prose
 
21,440
77%
7 to College
Stefan Zweig
prose
 
22,412
84%
6 to 11

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