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Remembrance of Things Past Vol. 4

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Contents: MP3320

Marcel Proust: Sodom and Gomorrah (Unabridged)

26:11:36
$411.60
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Sodom and Gomorrah: Part 1

9:35
$2.10

I was about to change my position again…

9:49
$2.10

All that I have just said…

10:07
$3.15
Show 157 remaining tracks for Marcel Proust: Sodom and Gomorrah (Unabridged)

'So as not to lose the trail,' he went on…

9:55
$2.10

Those of my readers who do not care to refer…

6:30
$1.05

Their honour precarious…

11:28
$3.15

It is with these professional organisations…

10:41
$3.15

We need not pause here to consider…

10:08
$3.15

Then the solitary languishes alone.

10:11
$3.15

It is true that inverts…

9:30
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Sodom and Gomorrah: Part 2 – Chapter 1

9:01
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The person immediately in front of me…

10:34
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I was buttonholed at that moment…

10:43
$3.15

But in default of the pleasures sacrificed…

10:35
$3.15

The distance between me and the garden door…

10:19
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In any case, if there are transitions…

7:00
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It was not so difficult…

10:49
$3.15

One of these little accidents…

9:26
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It was not so very long since…

9:34
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While, before she had even left the entrance hall…

10:27
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In any event, the names of Ibsen and D'Annunzio…

10:50
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Assuredly, if it had been only Oriane…

9:50
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M. de Charlus would, no doubt, readily have compromised…

9:59
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'Talking of Dreyfusards,' I said…

6:59
$1.05

I was longing to know…

9:43
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'Well, the fact is, I shall not be in Paris,' the Duchess answered…

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Just as I reached this room…

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There are certain Israelites…

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At this moment, Mme de Surgis entered the room…

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Swann having caught sight of me came over…

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For my part, I was furious…

7:52
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'Suppose we took a turn in the garden, Sir,' I said to Swann…

9:11
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As for the great nobles, her kinsmen…

9:59
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To give an example of quite secondary importance…

10:44
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And so, seeking now only to give myself…

10:18
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'You must make up your mind to let me fix up…'

9:24
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While we were going downstairs…

9:50
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'Well!' said the Duchess to me…

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Such was, in addition to great honesty…

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I was tortured by the incessant recurrence…

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Lives entrenched behind five or six lines of defence…

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When I discovered afterwards…

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I ceased for some time to see Albertine…

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It is true that the Verdurins…

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Gilberte, too, helped to strengthen her mother's position…

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The Heart's Intermissions

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But I had long since given up trying…

9:47
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Now, inasmuch as the self…

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But as soon as I had succeeded in falling asleep…

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And yet the day before, on my arrival…

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On the card that was brought me…

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She had the misfortune…

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I went straight up to my room…

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To be sure, I suffered agonies all that day…

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Chapter 2

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I, who in my childhood…

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It would be untrue…

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This pride did not prevent him from accepting…

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It was not this evening…

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From, however, not one o'clock in the morning…

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'Very well, that's settled, I'm off,' she said…

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One day, outside the Grand Hotel…

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The dowager Marquise could not find words…

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But I might have been far more familiar still…

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'I should be delighted to play to you,' Mme de Cambremer said…

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'Good heavens,' Mme de Cambremer-Legrandin remarked to me…

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As at that time I had no definite opinion…

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'Shan't we see you again this evening?'

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As soon as we were alone…

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Making an abstraction of my love…

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I ought to have left the place that evening…

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There were still but a few people at Balbec…

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I would have liked to be sure…

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The post of wine waiter…

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Here it was not only Marie that protested…

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Another incident turned my thoughts…

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We were waiting, Albertine and I, at the Balbec station…

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We hastened in search of an empty carriage…

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While I stood talking to him…

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A change in our perspective…

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They were dazzled by the accounts…

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Sometimes, giving him credit for the comic…

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An intelligent man of the world…

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Cottard said far more often…

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At Saint-Pierre-des-Ifs…

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For their part, the Cambremers…

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These names made me think of the day…

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'The Princess must be on the train…'

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Forgetting her attachment…

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After the toll-house…

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'What, are you still talking about Dechambre,' said M. Verdurin…

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Mme Verdurin who, to welcome us…

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One would have thought…

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I had just given Mme Verdurin the message…

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As I listened to him and promised the silence…

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Mme Verdurin was annoyed that M. de Cambremer should pretend…

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'Do you shoot much, Sir?' said M. Verdurin…

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'I must tell you, all the same…'

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Hardly ever do we hear anything…

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'You said that Cholet was derived from chou,' I remarked…

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'It is true,' he replied to M. Verdurin…

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'I should think,' said I…

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M. de Charlus, who gave a widely different meaning…

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And, so as not to criticise merely…

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'As a man, he is vile…'

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We may judge by these temporary discomfitures…

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When the piece came to an end…

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Saniette, summoned to make a fourth…

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'It is easy to see,' Cottard went on…

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'This young man is astonishing,' M. de Charlus interrupted…

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'By the way, Charlus,' said Mme Verdurin…

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And, as I expressed a contrary opinion…

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One could barely make out the sea…

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But, from the air which Cottard assumed…

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Chapter 3

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Two times, I have said…

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I should greatly have astonished my mother…

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I was all the more astonished…

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Every day I went out with Albertine…

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Coming to the foot of the cliff road…

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No doubt this was because the rustic setting was different…

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I knew that Beaumont was something very special…

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'Listen,' said Morel, anxious to excite…

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When Albertine thought it better…

10:03
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On leaving Marcouville…

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Unfortunately this life so closely involved with Albertine's…

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In the past, when I thought with longing…

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On the days following those…

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There was a 'Combray spirit'…

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During our walk, dropping his voice…

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But it is perhaps crediting Morel's brain…

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The faithful were all the more convinced…

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But presently, without any need to be guided…

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For M. de Charlus had for the moment…

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A great musician, a member of the Institute…

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When M. de Charlus was not speaking…

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Ski having shewn some determination…

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Some of these affectionate allusions…

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Morel, feeling that I bore him…

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In the meantime, and as though he had been dealing…

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If M. de Charlus, in dashing this letter down…

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'I hope at least that my two adversaries…'

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Presently the party broke up…

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The incident that concerns Morel…

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However great his alarm…

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At Grattevast, where his sister lived…

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At Hermenonville…

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'There are a certain number of outstanding families,'…

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In the eyes of those who so defined them…

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The latter indeed obliged…

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'What I should like to have is an explanation of Thorpehomme,'…

9:08
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Friendships more precious than Bloch's is not…

9:07
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'Where does your friend live, in Paris?'

10:39
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'But I cannot believe that it is good for you…'

8:30
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Chapter 4

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The train had stopped at Parville…

10:11
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The mysterious passion…

9:58
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Did Albertine realise later on…

10:59
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Two or three times it occurred to me…

9:51
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But beyond the beach of Balbec…

5:04
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Marcel Proust: Sodom and Gomorrah (Unabridged)

26:11:36
$493.80
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Sodom and Gomorrah: Part 1

9:35
$2.50

I was about to change my position again…

9:49
$2.50

All that I have just said…

10:07
$3.80
Show 157 remaining tracks for Marcel Proust: Sodom and Gomorrah (Unabridged)

'So as not to lose the trail,' he went on…

9:55
$2.50

Those of my readers who do not care to refer…

6:30
$1.25

Their honour precarious…

11:28
$3.80

It is with these professional organisations…

10:41
$3.80

We need not pause here to consider…

10:08
$3.80

Then the solitary languishes alone.

10:11
$3.80

It is true that inverts…

9:30
$2.50

Sodom and Gomorrah: Part 2 – Chapter 1

9:01
$2.50

The person immediately in front of me…

10:34
$3.80

I was buttonholed at that moment…

10:43
$3.80

But in default of the pleasures sacrificed…

10:35
$3.80

The distance between me and the garden door…

10:19
$3.80

In any case, if there are transitions…

7:00
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It was not so difficult…

10:49
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One of these little accidents…

9:26
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It was not so very long since…

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While, before she had even left the entrance hall…

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In any event, the names of Ibsen and D'Annunzio…

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Assuredly, if it had been only Oriane…

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M. de Charlus would, no doubt, readily have compromised…

9:59
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'Talking of Dreyfusards,' I said…

6:59
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I was longing to know…

9:43
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'Well, the fact is, I shall not be in Paris,' the Duchess answered…

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Just as I reached this room…

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There are certain Israelites…

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At this moment, Mme de Surgis entered the room…

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Swann having caught sight of me came over…

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For my part, I was furious…

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'Suppose we took a turn in the garden, Sir,' I said to Swann…

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As for the great nobles, her kinsmen…

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To give an example of quite secondary importance…

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And so, seeking now only to give myself…

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'You must make up your mind to let me fix up…'

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While we were going downstairs…

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'Well!' said the Duchess to me…

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Such was, in addition to great honesty…

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I was tortured by the incessant recurrence…

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Lives entrenched behind five or six lines of defence…

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When I discovered afterwards…

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I ceased for some time to see Albertine…

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It is true that the Verdurins…

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Gilberte, too, helped to strengthen her mother's position…

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The Heart's Intermissions

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But I had long since given up trying…

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Now, inasmuch as the self…

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But as soon as I had succeeded in falling asleep…

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And yet the day before, on my arrival…

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On the card that was brought me…

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She had the misfortune…

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I went straight up to my room…

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To be sure, I suffered agonies all that day…

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Chapter 2

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I, who in my childhood…

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It would be untrue…

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This pride did not prevent him from accepting…

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It was not this evening…

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From, however, not one o'clock in the morning…

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'Very well, that's settled, I'm off,' she said…

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One day, outside the Grand Hotel…

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The dowager Marquise could not find words…

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But I might have been far more familiar still…

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'I should be delighted to play to you,' Mme de Cambremer said…

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'Good heavens,' Mme de Cambremer-Legrandin remarked to me…

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As at that time I had no definite opinion…

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'Shan't we see you again this evening?'

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As soon as we were alone…

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Making an abstraction of my love…

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I ought to have left the place that evening…

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There were still but a few people at Balbec…

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I would have liked to be sure…

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The post of wine waiter…

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Here it was not only Marie that protested…

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Another incident turned my thoughts…

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We were waiting, Albertine and I, at the Balbec station…

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We hastened in search of an empty carriage…

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While I stood talking to him…

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A change in our perspective…

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They were dazzled by the accounts…

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Sometimes, giving him credit for the comic…

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An intelligent man of the world…

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Cottard said far more often…

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At Saint-Pierre-des-Ifs…

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For their part, the Cambremers…

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These names made me think of the day…

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'The Princess must be on the train…'

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Forgetting her attachment…

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After the toll-house…

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'What, are you still talking about Dechambre,' said M. Verdurin…

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Mme Verdurin who, to welcome us…

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One would have thought…

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I had just given Mme Verdurin the message…

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As I listened to him and promised the silence…

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Mme Verdurin was annoyed that M. de Cambremer should pretend…

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'Do you shoot much, Sir?' said M. Verdurin…

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'I must tell you, all the same…'

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Hardly ever do we hear anything…

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'You said that Cholet was derived from chou,' I remarked…

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'It is true,' he replied to M. Verdurin…

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'I should think,' said I…

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M. de Charlus, who gave a widely different meaning…

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And, so as not to criticise merely…

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'As a man, he is vile…'

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We may judge by these temporary discomfitures…

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When the piece came to an end…

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Saniette, summoned to make a fourth…

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'It is easy to see,' Cottard went on…

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'This young man is astonishing,' M. de Charlus interrupted…

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'By the way, Charlus,' said Mme Verdurin…

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And, as I expressed a contrary opinion…

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One could barely make out the sea…

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But, from the air which Cottard assumed…

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Chapter 3

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Two times, I have said…

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I should greatly have astonished my mother…

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I was all the more astonished…

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Every day I went out with Albertine…

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Coming to the foot of the cliff road…

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No doubt this was because the rustic setting was different…

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I knew that Beaumont was something very special…

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'Listen,' said Morel, anxious to excite…

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When Albertine thought it better…

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On leaving Marcouville…

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Unfortunately this life so closely involved with Albertine's…

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In the past, when I thought with longing…

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On the days following those…

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There was a 'Combray spirit'…

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During our walk, dropping his voice…

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But it is perhaps crediting Morel's brain…

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The faithful were all the more convinced…

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But presently, without any need to be guided…

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For M. de Charlus had for the moment…

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A great musician, a member of the Institute…

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When M. de Charlus was not speaking…

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Ski having shewn some determination…

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Some of these affectionate allusions…

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Morel, feeling that I bore him…

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In the meantime, and as though he had been dealing…

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If M. de Charlus, in dashing this letter down…

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'I hope at least that my two adversaries…'

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Presently the party broke up…

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The incident that concerns Morel…

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However great his alarm…

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At Grattevast, where his sister lived…

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At Hermenonville…

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'There are a certain number of outstanding families,'…

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In the eyes of those who so defined them…

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The latter indeed obliged…

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'What I should like to have is an explanation of Thorpehomme,'…

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Friendships more precious than Bloch's is not…

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'Where does your friend live, in Paris?'

10:39
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'But I cannot believe that it is good for you…'

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Chapter 4

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The train had stopped at Parville…

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The mysterious passion…

9:58
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Did Albertine realise later on…

10:59
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Two or three times it occurred to me…

9:51
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But beyond the beach of Balbec…

5:04
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Hide 157 tracks for Marcel Proust: Sodom and Gomorrah (Unabridged)