The first volume of the 7-part masterpiece In Search of Lost Time, Swann's Way introduces the novel's major themes and narrator. Its focus then shifts to Charles Swann, a wealthy connoisseur who moves in high-society circles in 19th-century Paris and a victim of an agonizing romance.
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by Marcel Proust
by Katie Lane
by Guy Lawson
by Ralph Cotton, Ralph Compton
by Tom Kratman
by James D. Tabor, Simcha Jacobovici
by Amanda James
"Reading Proust's great work, REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST, may be daunting, but listening--at least to the first part of the seven-section novel (albeit abridged) -- is a riveting experience, an insightful, often funny, poetical exploration of character, place, emotion and idea. In SWANN'S WAY, the young narrator recalls the elaborate social etiquette and conventions among Combray's first families. Neville Jason is a master at characterizing the multitude of voices and guides us seamlessly through time. After such a short, yet exquisite, sampling of this classic, we are tantalized and long to continue. J.H.L. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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