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Marcel Proust: The Fugitive (Unabridged)

13:20:47
  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

The Fugitive: Chapter One

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No doubt I had not ventured to interpret…

14:44

When I vowed to myself that Albertine would…

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To carnal pleasure I did not even give a thought…

10:27

Knowing that Saint-Loup was in Paris I had sent for him…

13:28

By an inverse gymnastic, I who had made a mental effort…

11:30

But as soon as they had gone, the head…

11:16

I thought of Albertine all the time and never was…

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Since Manon returned to Des Grieux…

12:21

No doubt, just as I had said in the past to Albertine…

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Time passes, and gradually everything that we have said…

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I was during these days so incapable of forming any picture…

12:55

I remained speechless with astonishment…

13:43

The suppression of suffering?

14:03

I asked Francoise the time.

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No doubt these nights that are so short…

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How could she have seemed dead to me when now…

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Sometimes I came in collision in the dark lanes…

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And I then felt, with an intense pity for her…

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How she used to hasten to see me at Balbec…

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I had thought that my social relations, my wealth…

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At any rate I was glad that, before she died…

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Besides, from a single fact, if it is certain…

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No doubt it was because in that silent and deliberate arrival…

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I tried not to think of anything, to take up a newspaper.

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I had indeed suffered at Balbec when Albertine…

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At the moment in which the good Albertine had returned…

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The person that I had been so short a time ago…

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Often this memory that Albertine was dead was combined…

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No doubt an incident such as this of the Buttes-Chaumont…

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'Apart from the fact that not for anything in the world…'

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Associated now with the memory of my love…

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Chapter Two

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A few days later, however, as I was coming home…

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A moment before Francoise brought me the telegram…

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I saw thus at that same hour, for so many people…

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The politicians had not been wrong in thinking that…

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Certain women who were old friends of Swann…

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Gilberte recognised the drawings.

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Notwithstanding this, in her snobbishness…

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The illusions of paternal affection are perhaps no less…

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Well, the next day, which was my mother's at-home day…

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It is precisely the same. For the woman…

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On the other hand, Albertine and Andree…

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'Did those excursions to the Buttes-Chaumont…'

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Albeit I was not exactly a man of that category…

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Some time later, when I attended the first performances…

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Chapter Three

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And as I went indoors to join my mother who had left the window…

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Notwithstanding his contempt, the waiter was…

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The Prince, to put the Marquis at his ease…

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Thus for instance one evening a letter from…

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What she might or might not have done with Andree…

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The sun continued to sink. My mother must be nearing…

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Chapter Four

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Can't you imagine how it would have amused her…

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Other friends of my mother who had met Saint-Loup…

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These two marriages which I had already begun to discuss…

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The person who profited least by these two marriages…

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I gathered that Robert and his wife had been on…

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One fine day she had changed her tune, the son-in-law…

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The doubt that Aime's words had left in my mind…

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'And the second time,' Gilberte went on…

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