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this is one of the most famous french books ever written. the author, marcel prousts à la recherche du temps perdu ( in search of lost time) was published in seven volumes between 1913 and 1927 and was awarded the nobel prize for literature in 1922. (so if you want to read in chronological order, start with swanns way. its written in french, but you can still understand it without any study.)




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reading tips: if you are a french major, youll recognize many of the characters and places in this novel, which is set in the early 20th century, and continues up to the end of world war ii. its about the narrator (marcel) and his quest to find the lost time that is lost during his childhood. the whole book is a kind of miniature autobiography, especially since the narrator spends most of his time in bed. for that reason, youll want to stay up as long as you can before you go to bed and finish reading this. (you can, of course, download a bluetooth french-english reader app as well. you can get that app for free from the itunes store as well.)


summary: this is a french novel in the form of a series of letters. the novel, written by marcel proust and is one of the most famous and famous books in french literature. (why he is famous is the question, in the end.


the author is simply fantastic. ben lerner is one of the more distinctive and interesting voices to come out of the late 90s and early 2000s. he writes with wit and humor. its not exactly literary, but you'll enjoy reading it nonetheless. in addition, i found it to be an extremely easy read. this book is very much in the vein of a graphic novel or an illustrated biography. hence, the lack of details.


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