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Marcel Proust: Time Regained (Unabridged)

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  • Recording Venue: Motivation Sound Studios, London

Time Regained: Chapter One

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Robert came several times to Tansonville while I was there.

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Francoise, who had already seen…

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One day when Robert was due to come to Tansonville…

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As for that love he kept talking to me about…

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Once Robert had gone off again…

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It occurred to me that it was because Robert had…

6:11

'The day before yesterday…'

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'You Westerners find that impossible to understand…'

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When I spoke to Verdurin of the subtle pleasure…

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'Yes, I give you my word…'

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Hearing this, Doctor Cottard…

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I stopped there…

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The result of this was…

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Thus it was that the Goncourts' journal had revealed to me…

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I had realised earlier that it is not the most witty…

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Chapter Two

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'The sadness of the present moment, it is true…'

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Saint-Euverte's salon had a faded image…

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M. Bontemps would not hear of peace…

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Now Morel ought not to have been there…

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These words, which would have injured…

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Before the time when the afternoon teas came to an end…

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The silhouettes of the trees were reflected sharply…

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'Have you heard,' he asked me as he left…

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Bloch left us at the door of his house…

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Robert (who at the time seemed to me much more a Saint-Loup…)

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No doubt the boy was fed up with going up…

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One might have thought that I was the only person…

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Whether the German staff officers had indeed behaved well…

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It was no good the general telling the man…

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'In a word, Gilberte now believed…'

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When Saint-Loup had come into my room…

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In certain respects the comparison was not a false one.

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Later he was to say to me…

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While recalling Saint-Loup's visit…

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One might say that in his case…

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And thinking probably…

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Thus it was that when seeking to hurt the baron…

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However, even if M. de Charlus and Mme. Verdurin…

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However, just as there are animals' bodies and human bodies…

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M. de Charlus went further…

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For M. de Charlus, therefore…

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The war was going on for ever…

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'It's a strange thing too,' M. de Charlus added…

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The Duc de Guermantes' opinions had quickly changed.

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It's quite obvious that those peoples…

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And since M. de Charlus began to be extraordinarily childish…

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M. de Charlus was right about that.

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So it was that journalism…

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Her fury with Brichot increased all the more…

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'I don't know, old chap,' M. de Charlus went on…

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'The symbol of it,' I replied.

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I would be very surprised…

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'You must admit that would be very funny,' he said.

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What is more, M. de Charlus literally did not know which way to turn…

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The night was just as lovely as it had been in 1914…

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At this point the violinist…

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I then understood Morel's fear.

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'I admire all the heroes in this war,' he said.

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It was a transparent night…

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Something did strike me, though…

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'It's amazing the boss isn't back…'

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The oldest member of the group…

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All at once the door opened and someone entered…

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The baron even felt slightly resentful towards Jupien…

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A relationship with a woman one loves…

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I made my way downstairs…

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However, it was no good his suggesting…

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He anyway had no other room to offer me.

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'I don't doubt for a single moment…'

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It was no good the young man…

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'Apparently he's got a million francs a day to burn through.'

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'The main reason I did that,' added Jupien…

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Jupien appeared to be very troubled by what I had said…

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The moment the alarm had sounded…

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Nonetheless the darkness went on…

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As for M. de Charlus…

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Now, aberrations are like love affairs…

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I advised Francoise and the butler to go and get some sleep.

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Francoise was all the more troubled by these remarks…

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Every morning at six o'clock…

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I recalled his arrival that first time at Balbec…

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Francoise received the news…

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He must have been really magnificent in those final hours.

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If not through his death…

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Chapter Three

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My long absence from Paris…

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For me there was one good thing at least…

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The most moving thing, though…

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Mme. de Saint-Euverte's snobbery…

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At that moment the Duchesse de Letourville…

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I need not add…

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Turning the sad thoughts I was mentioning a moment ago…

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While asking myself this question…

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The piece of music being played…

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I glossed swiftly over all that…

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However, this optical illusion…

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This meant that the person within me…

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Impressions such as those I was trying to pin down…

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And even as I thought this…

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A slanting ray from the setting sun…

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'No more style,' people had said at the time,…

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Thus it was that for me that book…

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If I see a thing from another period…

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The library I would build up for myself in this way…

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An hour is not just an hour…

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Even when it comes to artistic joys…

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That group imagined that this was the criterion…

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How could descriptive literature possibly have any value…

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And it was certainly very tempting…

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As for the truths that the intellect…

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In this matter, the very comparisons which are false…

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It is not certain that imagination…

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Moreover, I felt infinite sympathy…

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From this first point of view…

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If we had no rivals, pleasure would not turn into love.

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Just as the painter needs to have seen many churches…

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I was perhaps wrong…

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A writer says 'my reader' …

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What made it possible that this perverse way of thinking…

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I had seen nobles become vulgar…

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Jealousy is a good recruiting sergeant…

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I was going to try to find the objective reason…

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Initially I could not understand…

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Even supposing that d'Argencourt had the same desire to smile…

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This was a puppet-show featuring dolls…

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As for the woman whose lover M. d'Argencourt had been…

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The letter from this friend I had dreamed of having…

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When somebody, hearing that I was unwell…

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In certain people the replacement of each cell by a series of others…

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There was no doubt that the cruel discovery I had just made…

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I asked M. de Cambremer how his mother was.

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In several people I ended up recognising not only their actual selves…

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Certain faces, beneath their hood of white hair…

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It was difficult to reconcile the two aspects…

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The women tried to stay in touch…

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The old men whose features had changed…

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Nonetheless it is necessary to make one reservation…

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Just as a candidate at the baccalaureat…

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Someone who had been a minister before the Boulangist period…

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Mme. de Forcheville's appearance was so miraculous…

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Mme. de Forcheville's eyes, which were still very lovely…

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'You may be painting too rosy a picture of it all,' he said to me.

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On the other hand, it was possibly true…

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Certain foreigners who, when I had begun to move in society…

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During the war, Bloch had stopped 'going out'…

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In the end, after an elderly man…

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The woman who was a friend of Bloch…

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For the rest, one does have to say…

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It is true to say that having been impertinent…

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I must have so shocked men…

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There is no doubt that Bloch had formerly been…

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Not only do certain people have a good memory…

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It was not only the appearance of these individuals…

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Our parallel lives were like the edges…

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'What's the news of the Marquise d'Arpajon?'

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The spinster spotted that her mother…

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I had sat down beside Gilberte de Saint-Loup.

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'There is one aspect of war he was beginning to notice,' I said to her…

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'But how is it that you come to receptions…'

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And anyway, was it not in order to concern myself…

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As I looked at Gilberte I did not think…

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Now, the law that had governed the dreams of each year…

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The duchess was still hesitating…

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Now meanwhile, at the other end of Paris…

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Unfortunately these notes merely allowed her son-in-law…

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Berma uttered not a word of reproach…

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All the guests looked at one another…

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While this woman reciting La Fontaine's loveliest lines…

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I realised that the passage of time…

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However, since the talent of the best writers often dries up…

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'I can't tell you how pleased I am to see you,' the duchess continued.

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To her, though…

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The past had become so transformed…

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The judgements the duchess then pronounced on Rachel…

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In the antechamber, where the couple's wait had gone…

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The life of the duchess went on being very unhappy too…

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I would certainly not have recognised him…

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Thus it was that the apparently impregnable positions…

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In fact every time I subsequently tried to see her I failed to do so…

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There is not necessarily any contradiction, though…

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To greet the duchess, she slightly bowed her fine head…

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'But how can I talk to you about stupid things like that?

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However, she did not pursue her thoughts…

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Later on this daughter…

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One might say that if I tried not to use it unconsciously…

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How happy anyone who could write such a book would be…

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The papers that Francoise called my paperies…

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It was not like that now.

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Now it did not trouble me…

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One of my selves…

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All at once, though, after a month…

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I myself had to write something different…

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I could, although the mistake would be more serious…

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At that very moment, in the Prince de Guermantes' mansion…

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