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Remembrance of Things Past Vol. 2

read by Neville Jason

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Contents: MP3320

Marcel Proust: Within a Budding Grove (Unabridged)

26:17:09
$411.60
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London, United Kingdom

Within a Budding Grove

10:11
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But who, the reader has been asking…

9:50
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Incidentally she could naturally…

10:47
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Show 159 remaining tracks for Marcel Proust: Within a Budding Grove (Unabridged)

Finally, if I went to hear Berma…

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But suddenly everything was altered.

10:12
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And I gazed appealingly…

9:52
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As I entered, the Ambassador rose…

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You would have supposed, to hear him…

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My interest in Berma's acting…

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'Your friend M. de Vaugoubert…'

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'One thing, however,' M. de Norpois concluded…

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Poor Swann, who is as unsophisticated…

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Perhaps, on the other hand…

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I am aware that this is a blasphemy…

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While he was uttering these words…

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After M. de Norpois had gone…

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Meanwhile my father…

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Our visits ended…

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Meanwhile Gilberte never came…

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This 'marquise' warned me…

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I was often obliged, so that my grandmother…

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One day, after the postman had called…

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Thus at length I found my way…

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And she would make us go into the dining room…

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At such moments I should…

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The Swanns shared this eccentricity…

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To return to the reasons…

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For these the Bontemps and Cottards…

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It was not only in those tea-parties…

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As a rule, however…

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If I did not understand the sonata…

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I expressed an intense desire…

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However it may be…

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We were standing a little way off…

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A favour still more precious…

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Meanwhile we had taken our places…

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These unintelligible words…

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Doubtless again…

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An intimate friend would furnish proofs…

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I let myself go in telling him…

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In Gilberte's eyes…

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And yet I ought perhaps…

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'I'll tell you who does need a good doctor…'

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My mother had not, indeed…

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A whole lot more of my aunt…

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One was to appear, alas, from a quarter…

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Grief that is caused one by a person…

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But this resumption of friendly relations…

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I was not unhappy…

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This kind of existence…

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'Aren't we to see anything of your delicious child?'

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Swann would accompany his wife to their annual evening…

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She relied upon Mme. Cottard…

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'When the Doctor gets a book in his hands, you know!'

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In consequence of the violence…

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Unfortunately certain persons…

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She used often to say…

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What helped me to remain patient…

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Meanwhile there was in me another force…

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Pending these posthumous fulfilments…

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The reason I now gave in my letters…

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On her arrival…

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Place-Names: The Place

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Unhappily those marvellous places…

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My grandmother, however…

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Certain names of towns…

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In the little train of the local railway…

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My sense of loneliness…

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She was wearing a loose cambric gown…

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For my judgment was aware…

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Imagining that I was…

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And then mere chance put into our hands…

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'But you were quite wrong, I assure you,' replied the barrister…

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In the end we too formed…

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Were she to encounter Francoise…

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Sometimes as the carriage laboured…

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It is possible, for I have never in real life met any girls…

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I watched the trees gradually withdraw…

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She found fault with Balzac…

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He was coming from the beach…

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Indeed in Saint-Loup…

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If I had spent two or three hours…

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At his use of the word…

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Each of our friends has his defects…

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The uncle for whom we were waiting…

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He gave me the impression…

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I now recognised in the hard look…

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I had supposed that in thus inviting…

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'On the contrary,' he retorted…

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Meanwhile my grandmother…

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There was, then, embedded in my friend Bloch…

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M. Bloch told Saint-Loup and me that Bergotte knew so well…

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As a rule, after bringing out from his store…

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She had presently, with respect to Saint-Loup…

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It is true that he had succeeded in getting out of her…

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Seascape, with Frieze of Girls

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Just as if, in the heart of their band…

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I could say to myself with conviction…

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I asked myself whether the girls I had just seen…

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Often, since even after dinner there was still a little light…

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He had, in fact, before he made the acquaintance of…

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Last night I had been nothing more than an empty vessel…

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Since those days, so different from the day…

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And no doubt at first he had thought…

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How many observations, patient but not at all serene…

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Most of those that covered the walls…

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Although we are justified in saying that there can be…

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This vast celestial vision of which he spoke to me…

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I asked Elstir whether these girls lived at Balbec…

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At the foot of the picture was inscribed…

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One feels unmistakably, when one sees side by side…

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Night was falling…

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What did I know of Albertine?

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But apart from this, had the portrait been not anterior…

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He chose therefore, rather than say anything…

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Moreover, if there had disappeared, provisionally at any rate…

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We formed that morning one of those couples…

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Having sacrificed this first moment to a custom…

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'Oh, so you know the little d'Ambresacs, do you?'

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At once kindled by her flame…

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Within the next few days…

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When the time came for her to go off to a luncheon party…

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In the old days I should have preferred…

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So that if before these visits to Elstir…

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Some days we took our refreshment…

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For the sense of boredom which it is impossible not to feel…

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All this I realised, and yet we talked so little.

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But in the days that followed…

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When there is added to this the agitation aroused…

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I was looking at Albertine, so pretty…

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Shewing herself always tenderly indulgent…

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Nor was it any longer the room…

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I tried to induce Elstir…

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'She's not written only to your father, either…'

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I had supposed that the love which I felt for Albertine…

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If this sort of select popularity…

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Taking first of all the supposition that she was…

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The misunderstanding, due to an initial mistake…

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So it was with Albertine as with her friends.

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No matter which it might be of my friends…

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Sometimes, however, the driving rain…

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Marcel Proust: Within a Budding Grove (Unabridged)

26:17:09
$493.75
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London, United Kingdom

Within a Budding Grove

10:11
$3.80

But who, the reader has been asking…

9:50
$2.50

Incidentally she could naturally…

10:47
$3.80
Show 159 remaining tracks for Marcel Proust: Within a Budding Grove (Unabridged)

Finally, if I went to hear Berma…

9:21
$2.50

But suddenly everything was altered.

10:12
$3.80

And I gazed appealingly…

9:52
$2.50

As I entered, the Ambassador rose…

9:44
$2.50

You would have supposed, to hear him…

9:08
$2.50

My interest in Berma's acting…

8:50
$2.50

'Your friend M. de Vaugoubert…'

9:48
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'One thing, however,' M. de Norpois concluded…

10:12
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Poor Swann, who is as unsophisticated…

10:25
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Perhaps, on the other hand…

10:36
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I am aware that this is a blasphemy…

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While he was uttering these words…

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After M. de Norpois had gone…

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Meanwhile my father…

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Our visits ended…

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Meanwhile Gilberte never came…

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This 'marquise' warned me…

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I was often obliged, so that my grandmother…

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One day, after the postman had called…

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Thus at length I found my way…

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And she would make us go into the dining room…

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At such moments I should…

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The Swanns shared this eccentricity…

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Mme. Swann had, however…

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To return to the reasons…

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For these the Bontemps and Cottards…

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It was not only in those tea-parties…

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As a rule, however…

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If I did not understand the sonata…

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I expressed an intense desire…

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However it may be…

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We were standing a little way off…

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A favour still more precious…

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Meanwhile we had taken our places…

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These unintelligible words…

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Doubtless again…

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An intimate friend would furnish proofs…

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I let myself go in telling him…

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In Gilberte's eyes…

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And yet I ought perhaps…

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'I'll tell you who does need a good doctor…'

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My mother had not, indeed…

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A whole lot more of my aunt…

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One was to appear, alas, from a quarter…

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Grief that is caused one by a person…

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But this resumption of friendly relations…

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I was not unhappy…

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This kind of existence…

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'Aren't we to see anything of your delicious child?'

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Swann would accompany his wife to their annual evening…

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She relied upon Mme. Cottard…

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'When the Doctor gets a book in his hands, you know!'

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In consequence of the violence…

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Unfortunately certain persons…

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She used often to say…

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One felt that she did not dress simply…

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What helped me to remain patient…

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Meanwhile there was in me another force…

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Pending these posthumous fulfilments…

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The reason I now gave in my letters…

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But it was still more than I could endure…

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On her arrival…

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Place-Names: The Place

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Unhappily those marvellous places…

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For the first time…

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My grandmother, however…

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Presently there gathered behind…

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Certain names of towns…

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In the little train of the local railway…

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My sense of loneliness…

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She was wearing a loose cambric gown…

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For my judgment was aware…

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Imagining that I was…

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On the other hand…

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And at night they did not dine in the hotel…

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And then mere chance put into our hands…

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'But you were quite wrong, I assure you,' replied the barrister…

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But I was obliged to take my eyes…

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In the end we too formed…

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Were she to encounter Francoise…

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But on that previous morning…

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After this I would spend the mornings…

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Before getting into the carriage…

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Sometimes as the carriage laboured…

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It is possible, for I have never in real life met any girls…

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And this inner self of the charming…

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I watched the trees gradually withdraw…

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She found fault with Balzac…

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Even in Mme. de La Rochefoucauld's…

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He was coming from the beach…

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Indeed in Saint-Loup…

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If I had spent two or three hours…

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At his use of the word…

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Each of our friends has his defects…

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The same day, he contrived to see me alone…

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The uncle for whom we were waiting…

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He gave me the impression…

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I now recognised in the hard look…

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I had supposed that in thus inviting…

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'On the contrary,' he retorted…

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Meanwhile my grandmother…

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There was, then, embedded in my friend Bloch…

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M. Bloch told Saint-Loup and me that Bergotte knew so well…

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As a rule, after bringing out from his store…

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She had presently, with respect to Saint-Loup…

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It is true that he had succeeded in getting out of her…

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Seascape, with Frieze of Girls

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Just as if, in the heart of their band…

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And yet the supposition that I might some day be the friend…

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I could say to myself with conviction…

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I asked myself whether the girls I had just seen…

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But as often as not they were, indeed, only pictures…

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Unfortunately, having on that condition only obtained…

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The harmony of these astral tables did not prevent…

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Often, since even after dinner there was still a little light…

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He had, in fact, before he made the acquaintance of…

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Last night I had been nothing more than an empty vessel…

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Suddenly I thought of the fair girl with the sad expression…

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Since those days, so different from the day…

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And no doubt at first he had thought…

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How many observations, patient but not at all serene…

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Most of those that covered the walls…

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Although we are justified in saying that there can be…

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This vast celestial vision of which he spoke to me…

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I asked Elstir whether these girls lived at Balbec…

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At the foot of the picture was inscribed…

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One feels unmistakably, when one sees side by side…

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Night was falling…

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What did I know of Albertine?

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He chose therefore, rather than say anything…

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I was afraid that this tone, this way of inviting a person…

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When I arrived at Elstir's a few minutes later…

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Moreover, if there had disappeared, provisionally at any rate…

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We formed that morning one of those couples…

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Having sacrificed this first moment to a custom…

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'Oh, so you know the little d'Ambresacs, do you?'

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At once kindled by her flame…

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Within the next few days…

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When the time came for her to go off to a luncheon party…

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In the old days I should have preferred…

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So that if before these visits to Elstir…

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Some days we took our refreshment…

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For the sense of boredom which it is impossible not to feel…

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All this I realised, and yet we talked so little.

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But in the days that followed…

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When there is added to this the agitation aroused…

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I was looking at Albertine, so pretty…

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Shewing herself always tenderly indulgent…

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Nor was it any longer the room…

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I tried to induce Elstir…

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'She's not written only to your father, either…'

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I had supposed that the love which I felt for Albertine…

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If this sort of select popularity…

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Taking first of all the supposition that she was…

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The misunderstanding, due to an initial mistake…

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So it was with Albertine as with her friends.

8:28
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No matter which it might be of my friends…

8:04
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Sometimes, however, the driving rain…

8:54
$2.50
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