a la Recherche Du Temps Perdu V1, Part 1: Du Cote de Chez Swann (1919)
Publish date: September 10th 2010
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
Pages no: 296
Edition language: French
, European Literature
, Classic Literature
, Literary Fiction
, 20th Century
, French Literature
Series: À la recherche du temps perdu (#1)
A challenging, amazing, unique book. If you want to try reading it, don’t get quickly discouraged; just put down the book and come back to it later. For me, the third section, “Swann in Love,” was the most accessible, so if you’re stuck on the first two sections, you could just skip ahead and read t...
I read Proust's masterpiece back in 1985. What did I know of life then? Nothing! Having recently read a Smithsonian editorial that made fun of the novels, and remembering all too well one particular hilariously snippy Monty Python sketch (the Summarize Proust Competition), I too wanted to be able ...
I fully appreciated this version of the novel for two reasons: I had read the Graphic Novel of the book (comic book) by Stephane Heuet, and I absolutely always love a George Guidall narration. I haven't listened to the other versions of this volume by other narrators, there's no need to since nobody...
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Love itself is a big mess. I didn't like to read about it too.
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