!!! Start from "When your humble servant.." on page 4 and end with "...and all returned rather disappointed to tea" on page 8. There's nothing more sublime than talking politics amongst mossy graves! It's so late 19th century Gothic. I love this shit.
I'm still awaiting some titles from the profs, but you can start by reading/recording Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu's "Uncle Silas" and "The House by the Churchyard" for my senior thesis. Get on it! It's a little over 1,000 pages combined, but I think you could swing having them ready for me by the 23rd...I can listen to them on the plane.