Le côté de Guermantes
Publish date: June 29th 2001
Publisher: Livre de Poche
Pages no: 733
Edition language: French
Series: À la recherche du temps perdu (#3)
bookshelves: radio-4x, france, fradio, autumn-2013, re-visit-2015, re-read Read from November 15, 2013 to November 18, 2015 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0076qkbRevisiting, via BBC R4x, all the books in remembrance, our world has altered too. Description: Marcel discovers the staggering gulf...
--The Guermantes Way (In Search of Lost Time Volume III)NotesAddendaSynopsis
bookshelves: radio-4x, france, fradio, autumn-2013 Read from November 15 to 16, 2013 Marcel discovers the staggering gulf between the fantasy and the reality of childhood enchantments. Stars James Wilby.'Tell me, does the Queen of Sweden still look like a daschund?'I wonder if Kjærstad and Proust...
Now I know why I was having trouble with this book. Proust's words as per usual, drip off the page like an overflowing honey pot but that can't hide the subject matter which is social climbing and snobbery. I realize the last two books were based on this but in this volume our narrator is so obsesse...
“It is not possible to describe human life without bathing it in the sleep into which it plunges and which, night after night, encircles it like the sea around a promontory.” - Marcel Proust, The Guermantes WayHaving recently read Anais Nin’s thoughts in [b:The Novel of the Future|248644|The Novel ...