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  • My advice is to plunge straight into Volume 1, Swann's Way there are many who swear the experience has permanently enriched their lives

    Daily Mail
  • One of the cornerstones of the Western literary canon

    The Times
  • Surely the greatest novelist of the 20th century

    Sunday Telegraph
  • As close to being a definitive English version of the great novel as we are likely to get

    Scotsman
  • Proust isn't just the most profound of novelists, but the most entertaining, too. No reader ever forgets his most killingly funny scenes... Proust sinks deepest in readers because the book is so exhaustively analytical, so ceaselessly truthful. Not the least of it is the book's heavenly length, so that it inevitably takes over your life for a long stretch... the experience of reading it becomes, in itself, an unforgettable thing

    Independent

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