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Remembrance of Things Past Vol. 1

read by Neville Jason

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Marcel Proust: Swann's Way (Unabridged)

21:32:32
$334.95
  • Neville Jason (reader)
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Swann's Way – Remembrance Of Things Past

10:39
$3.15

The stiffened side underneath my body would…

9:37
$2.10

Riding at a jerky trot…

10:13
$3.15
Show 134 remaining tracks for Marcel Proust: Swann's Way (Unabridged)

My sole consolation…

8:47
$2.10

Our utter ignorance…

9:44
$2.10

In the end…

9:49
$2.10

But we sat silent.

10:14
$3.15

I do not agree with you…

9:58
$2.10

In this particular instance…

10:42
$3.15

Noiselessly I opened the window…

10:06
$3.15

I was not, however.

11:30
$3.15

'My dear,' she had said to Mamma…

10:53
$3.15

And so it was that…

7:25
$2.10

And I begin again to ask myself…

7:31
$2.10

COMBRAY

11:13
$3.15

That rosy candlelight…

9:56
$2.10

'Oh dear, dear; the poor little creature!'

9:34
$2.10

While my aunt gossiped on in this way…

10:54
$3.15

The church!

6:33
$1.05

It was the steeple…

7:54
$2.10

On our way home from mass…

9:39
$2.10

And since, besides this…

9:24
$2.10

Every morning I would hasten…

7:39
$2.10

On the table was the same plate…

7:50
$2.10

I had not the least idea…

9:51
$2.10

But in later years…

10:12
$3.15

The novelist's happy discovery…

9:22
$2.10

Sometimes I would be torn from my book…

9:34
$2.10

Before seeing them…

9:48
$2.10

I was by no means Bergotte's sole admirer…

9:23
$2.10

I dared not accept such an offer…

10:06
$3.15

While I was reading in the garden…

9:56
$2.10

'Look at Roussainville,'…

9:29
$2.10

Francoise was avaricious…

8:29
$2.10

When I say that…

10:24
$3.15

His one and only passion…

9:18
$2.10

She was genuinely fond of us…

8:37
$2.10

One Sunday, when my aunt…

9:29
$2.10

I crept out of the kitchen…

10:36
$3.15

Just as we reached the house…

10:36
$3.15

Of course he would never have admitted…

11:39
$3.15

That land which knows not truth…

2:43
$1.05

We used always to return…

7:03
$2.10

When we had decided to go…

9:25
$2.10

But it was in vain…

10:48
$3.15

'Gilberte, come along; what are you doing?'

10:16
$3.15

That year my family…

9:00
$2.10

Anyone who, like ourselves…

8:50
$2.10

Often, too, we would hurry…

9:16
$2.10

During that autumn my parents…

11:24
$3.15

That girl whom I never saw…

7:24
$2.10

She was in deep mourning…

8:23
$2.10

I remembered the words…

9:28
$2.10

If the 'Meseglise way' was so easy…

10:30
$3.15

Presently the course of the Vivonne…

10:10
$3.15

And I knew that they bore not only the titles…

10:01
$3.15

'It is, it must be Mme de Guermantes, and no one else!'

9:59
$2.10

How often, after that day…

9:25
$2.10

Alone, rising from the level…

2:49
$1.05

I never thought again of this page…

7:37
$2.10

The 'Meseglise way' with its lilacs...

8:17
$2.10

Swann in Love

10:53
$3.15

Just as it is not by other men…

10:51
$3.15

But while each of these attachments…

9:15
$2.10

He had sought an excuse…

10:00
$3.15

When Mme Verdurin had announced…

11:01
$3.15

From this lofty perch…

11:25
$3.15

But the notes themselves…

9:49
$2.10

The young pianist bent over her…

9:27
$2.10

Greatly to Mme Verdurin's surprise…

9:30
$2.10

But little did that matter to him…

10:03
$3.15

And these affectations were in sharp contrast…

10:29
$3.15

And when he was tempted…

10:35
$3.15

Verdurins's…

9:33
$2.10

Swann made Remi drive him…

9:59
$2.10

However disillusioned we may be about women…

9:56
$2.10

And the pleasure which the music gave him…

10:04
$3.15

But, once in a while…

10:51
$3.15

Swann made no attempt…

9:49
$2.10

This charm of drawing him closer to her…

8:31
$2.10

He might have reminded himself…

9:58
$2.10

'Who is that gentleman?'

9:52
$2.10

'It's not a Japanese salad, is it?'

10:10
$3.15

She could scarcely have expected…

10:10
$3.15

M. Verdurin had been wiser…

10:01
$3.15

There are certain original…

10:24
$3.15

If he were dining out…

10:44
$3.15

And yet he was not sorry…

9:41
$2.10

But then, at once, his jealousy…

10:08
$3.15

Swann had, in fact…

9:14
$2.10

In spite of all these manoeuvres…

7:38
$2.10

At last the carriages were ordered.

7:01
$2.10

He could see the pianist…

6:37
$1.05

And so that drawing-room…

10:08
$3.15

But when she had set off for Dreux…

10:14
$3.15

But the thought of his absent mistress…

10:08
$3.15

Ah! Had fate but allowed him…

10:15
$3.15

Now that, after this swing…

8:50
$2.10

But at other times…

7:17
$2.10

Certainly, of the extent of this love…

8:21
$2.10

But most of all…

10:18
$3.15

There she was, often tired…

9:57
$2.10

And yet he would have wished…

10:01
$3.15

One day she announced…

8:55
$2.10

A few feet away…

9:52
$2.10

The Marquis de Forestelle's monocle…

9:14
$2.10

At this moment…

10:02
$3.15

She seemed not so much to be issuing an invitation…

9:51
$2.10

'Oh, but Cambremer is quite a good name; old, too,'…

9:52
$2.10

Swann, who was accustomed…

9:51
$2.10

Meanwhile the concert had begun again…

9:36
$2.10

As though the musicians…

9:41
$2.10

So Swann was not mistaken in believing…

10:02
$3.15

One night he dreamed that he was going away for a year…

9:47
$2.10

The Prince des Laumes…

9:58
$2.10

One day, after the longest period…

9:52
$2.10

Instinctively Swann thought of the remark…

10:31
$3.15

But he could not confine himself…

9:52
$2.10

Besides, her very admissions…

10:57
$3.15

The painter having been ill…

8:33
$2.10

And Mme Cottard withdrew…

8:07
$2.10

The painter remarked to Swann…

8:10
$2.10

Place-Names: The Name

11:22
$3.15

But soon it happened that…

10:30
$3.15

Even from the simplest…

11:17
$3.15

One day, as I was weary of our usual place…

10:04
$3.15

Only, near the grass…

9:55
$2.10

But when she had set off for Dreux…

9:07
$2.10

But at that actual moment…

8:10
$2.10

Everything that concerned them…

8:23
$2.10

While I waited I read over again…

9:11
$2.10

I had always, within reach…

6:57
$1.05

'One isn't obliged to ask everyone to one's house…'

6:06
$1.05

But most often of all…

5:09
$1.05

But instead of simplicity…

7:35
$2.10

That sense of the complexity…

10:23
$3.15

Alas! There was nothing now but motor-cars…

9:11
$2.10
Hide 134 tracks for Marcel Proust: Swann's Way (Unabridged)

Contents: FLAC44100

Marcel Proust: Swann's Way (Unabridged)

21:32:32
$401.35
  • Neville Jason (reader)
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Swann's Way – Remembrance Of Things Past

10:39
$3.80

The stiffened side underneath my body would…

9:37
$2.50

Riding at a jerky trot…

10:13
$3.80
Show 134 remaining tracks for Marcel Proust: Swann's Way (Unabridged)

My sole consolation…

8:47
$2.50

Our utter ignorance…

9:44
$2.50

In the end…

9:49
$2.50

But we sat silent.

10:14
$3.80

I do not agree with you…

9:58
$2.50

In this particular instance…

10:42
$3.80

Noiselessly I opened the window…

10:06
$3.80

I was not, however.

11:30
$3.80

'My dear,' she had said to Mamma…

10:53
$3.80

And so it was that…

7:25
$2.50

And I begin again to ask myself…

7:31
$2.50

COMBRAY

11:13
$3.80

That rosy candlelight…

9:56
$2.50

'Oh dear, dear; the poor little creature!'

9:34
$2.50

While my aunt gossiped on in this way…

10:54
$3.80

The church!

6:33
$1.25

It was the steeple…

7:54
$2.50

On our way home from mass…

9:39
$2.50

And since, besides this…

9:24
$2.50

Every morning I would hasten…

7:39
$2.50

On the table was the same plate…

7:50
$2.50

I had not the least idea…

9:51
$2.50

But in later years…

10:12
$3.80

The novelist's happy discovery…

9:22
$2.50

Sometimes I would be torn from my book…

9:34
$2.50

Before seeing them…

9:48
$2.50

I was by no means Bergotte's sole admirer…

9:23
$2.50

I dared not accept such an offer…

10:06
$3.80

While I was reading in the garden…

9:56
$2.50

'Look at Roussainville,'…

9:29
$2.50

Francoise was avaricious…

8:29
$2.50

When I say that…

10:24
$3.80

His one and only passion…

9:18
$2.50

She was genuinely fond of us…

8:37
$2.50

One Sunday, when my aunt…

9:29
$2.50

I crept out of the kitchen…

10:36
$3.80

Just as we reached the house…

10:36
$3.80

Of course he would never have admitted…

11:39
$3.80

That land which knows not truth…

2:43
$1.25

We used always to return…

7:03
$2.50

When we had decided to go…

9:25
$2.50

But it was in vain…

10:48
$3.80

'Gilberte, come along; what are you doing?'

10:16
$3.80

That year my family…

9:00
$2.50

Anyone who, like ourselves…

8:50
$2.50

Often, too, we would hurry…

9:16
$2.50

During that autumn my parents…

11:24
$3.80

That girl whom I never saw…

7:24
$2.50

She was in deep mourning…

8:23
$2.50

I remembered the words…

9:28
$2.50

If the 'Meseglise way' was so easy…

10:30
$3.80

Presently the course of the Vivonne…

10:10
$3.80

And I knew that they bore not only the titles…

10:01
$3.80

'It is, it must be Mme de Guermantes, and no one else!'

9:59
$2.50

How often, after that day…

9:25
$2.50

Alone, rising from the level…

2:49
$1.25

I never thought again of this page…

7:37
$2.50

The 'Meseglise way' with its lilacs...

8:17
$2.50

Swann in Love

10:53
$3.80

Just as it is not by other men…

10:51
$3.80

But while each of these attachments…

9:15
$2.50

He had sought an excuse…

10:00
$3.80

When Mme Verdurin had announced…

11:01
$3.80

From this lofty perch…

11:25
$3.80

But the notes themselves…

9:49
$2.50

The young pianist bent over her…

9:27
$2.50

Greatly to Mme Verdurin's surprise…

9:30
$2.50

But little did that matter to him…

10:03
$3.80

And these affectations were in sharp contrast…

10:29
$3.80

And when he was tempted…

10:35
$3.80

Verdurins's…

9:33
$2.50

Swann made Remi drive him…

9:59
$2.50

However disillusioned we may be about women…

9:56
$2.50

And the pleasure which the music gave him…

10:04
$3.80

But, once in a while…

10:51
$3.80

Swann made no attempt…

9:49
$2.50

This charm of drawing him closer to her…

8:31
$2.50

He might have reminded himself…

9:58
$2.50

'Who is that gentleman?'

9:52
$2.50

'It's not a Japanese salad, is it?'

10:10
$3.80

She could scarcely have expected…

10:10
$3.80

M. Verdurin had been wiser…

10:01
$3.80

There are certain original…

10:24
$3.80

If he were dining out…

10:44
$3.80

And yet he was not sorry…

9:41
$2.50

But then, at once, his jealousy…

10:08
$3.80

Swann had, in fact…

9:14
$2.50

In spite of all these manoeuvres…

7:38
$2.50

At last the carriages were ordered.

7:01
$2.50

He could see the pianist…

6:37
$1.25

And so that drawing-room…

10:08
$3.80

But when she had set off for Dreux…

10:14
$3.80

But the thought of his absent mistress…

10:08
$3.80

Ah! Had fate but allowed him…

10:15
$3.80

Now that, after this swing…

8:50
$2.50

But at other times…

7:17
$2.50

Certainly, of the extent of this love…

8:21
$2.50

But most of all…

10:18
$3.80

There she was, often tired…

9:57
$2.50

And yet he would have wished…

10:01
$3.80

One day she announced…

8:55
$2.50

A few feet away…

9:52
$2.50

The Marquis de Forestelle's monocle…

9:14
$2.50

At this moment…

10:02
$3.80

She seemed not so much to be issuing an invitation…

9:51
$2.50

'Oh, but Cambremer is quite a good name; old, too,'…

9:52
$2.50

Swann, who was accustomed…

9:51
$2.50

Meanwhile the concert had begun again…

9:36
$2.50

As though the musicians…

9:41
$2.50

So Swann was not mistaken in believing…

10:02
$3.80

One night he dreamed that he was going away for a year…

9:47
$2.50

The Prince des Laumes…

9:58
$2.50

One day, after the longest period…

9:52
$2.50

Instinctively Swann thought of the remark…

10:31
$3.80

But he could not confine himself…

9:52
$2.50

Besides, her very admissions…

10:57
$3.80

The painter having been ill…

8:33
$2.50

And Mme Cottard withdrew…

8:07
$2.50

The painter remarked to Swann…

8:10
$2.50

Place-Names: The Name

11:22
$3.80

But soon it happened that…

10:30
$3.80

Even from the simplest…

11:17
$3.80

One day, as I was weary of our usual place…

10:04
$3.80

Only, near the grass…

9:55
$2.50

But when she had set off for Dreux…

9:07
$2.50

But at that actual moment…

8:10
$2.50

Everything that concerned them…

8:23
$2.50

While I waited I read over again…

9:11
$2.50

I had always, within reach…

6:57
$1.25

'One isn't obliged to ask everyone to one's house…'

6:06
$1.25

But most often of all…

5:09
$1.25

But instead of simplicity…

7:35
$2.50

That sense of the complexity…

10:23
$3.80

Alas! There was nothing now but motor-cars…

9:11
$2.50
Hide 134 tracks for Marcel Proust: Swann's Way (Unabridged)