Swann's Way (In Search of Lost Time, #1)
Publish date: December 16th 1996
Pages no: 536
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, Classic Literature
, Literary Fiction
, 20th Century
, French Literature
Series: À la recherche du temps perdu (#1)
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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