Audiobook sample. Multiple characters with subtle voice changes for each.
Middle Aged (35-54)
North American (General)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Please don't. Her voice was cold, but the rancor was gone from it. She looked at Gatsby there, Jay, she said, but her hand as she tried to light a cigarette, was trembling. Suddenly, she threw the cigarette and the burning match on the carpet. Oh, you want too much, she cried to Gatsby, I love you now. Isn't that enough? I can't help what's past. She began to sob helplessly. I did love him once, but I loved you, too. Gatsby's eyes opened and closed. You loved me, too, he repeated. Even that's a lie, said Time savagely. She didn't know you were alive. Why? There are things between Daisy and me that you'll never know things that neither of us can ever forget. The words seem to bite physically into Gatsby. I want to speak to Daisy alone, he insisted. She's all excited now, even alone. I can't say I never loved Tom, she admitted in a pitiful voice. It wouldn't be true. Of course, it wouldn't agreed. Tom. She turned to her husband as if it mattered to you, she said. Of course it matters. I'm going to take better care of you from now on. You don't understand, said Gatsby with a touch of panic. You're not going to take care of her anymore. I'm not. Tom opened his eyes wide and laughed. He could afford to control himself. Now why is that? Daisy is leaving you nonsense. I am, though, she said with a visible effort.
Characters, Everyman, Narrator, Storyteller, Upper Class, Aged, Angry, Articulate, Funny, Intellectual, Understated, Youthful, Personable, Emotional, North American (General)