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Remembrance of Things Past, Vol. 3: Guermantes Way (The) (Unabridged)


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Facts
Item number NA0098
Barcode 9781843796107
Release date 4/1/2012
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 22
Performers
Classical Artist Jason, Neville
Disc: 1
1 The twittering of the birds at daybreak… 00:06:30 Jason, Neville
2 And yet the fairy must perish if we come in contac 00:04:36 Jason, Neville
3 What form was assumed in my mind by this name… 00:08:12 Jason, Neville
4 In the parties which she gave… 00:07:23 Jason, Neville
5 'Ah! Combray, Combray!' she cried. 00:06:32 Jason, Neville
6 This new friend of Francoise was very little at ho 00:05:53 Jason, Neville
7 As soon as she had shut the window again… 00:06:57 Jason, Neville
8 'I can well believe that it is something…' 00:07:41 Jason, Neville
9 What annoyed her more than anything… 00:05:20 Jason, Neville
10 And it became all the more essential… 00:09:15 Jason, Neville
11 But if the Hotel de Guermantes began for me… 00:06:31 Jason, Neville
12 As one of Mme. de Guermantes's footmen was in the 00:04:11 Jason, Neville
Disc: 2
1 That villa, that opera-box, into which Mme. de Gue 00:04:46 Jason, Neville
2 That evening as, armed with the ticket… 00:05:56 Jason, Neville
3 Next to me were some common people… 00:05:55 Jason, Neville
4 Like a mighty goddess who presides from far aloft… 00:06:51 Jason, Neville
5 'That fat fellow is the Marquis de Ganancay,'… 00:08:19 Jason, Neville
6 I no longer felt the same indulgence… 00:09:18 Jason, Neville
7 My own impression, to tell the truth… 00:04:44 Jason, Neville
8 I thought so at first. 00:06:34 Jason, Neville
9 Just as the curtain was rising on this second play 00:06:58 Jason, Neville
10 The explanation of Mme. de Cambremer's presence… 00:06:42 Jason, Neville
11 Mme. de Cambremer was trying to make out… 00:07:15 Jason, Neville
12 On coming home from the Opera-Comique… 00:05:58 Jason, Neville
Disc: 3
1 Why did I one morning… 00:04:45 Jason, Neville
2 I should not myself have felt that Mme. de Guerman 00:06:07 Jason, Neville
3 To return to Francoise… 00:07:03 Jason, Neville
4 I was genuinely in love with Mme. de Guermantes. 00:05:55 Jason, Neville
5 The friendship, the admiration that Saint-Loup fel 00:07:54 Jason, Neville
6 At that moment a sergeant who was exercising a hor 00:09:39 Jason, Neville
7 To return to the problem of sounds… 00:06:08 Jason, Neville
8 The silence, though only relative, which reigned… 00:07:03 Jason, Neville
9 Robert, without being aware of its cause… 00:07:37 Jason, Neville
10 If I wished to go out or to come in… 00:09:07 Jason, Neville
11 What one has meant to do during the day… 00:08:02 Jason, Neville
Disc: 4
1 When I had finished sleeping… 00:06:09 Jason, Neville
2 But soon I was constantly going to see the regimen 00:06:39 Jason, Neville
3 One of them said that the Captain had bought a new 00:05:07 Jason, Neville
4 On leaving the barracks I would take a stroll… 00:09:04 Jason, Neville
5 The wind grew stronger. 00:05:32 Jason, Neville
6 'Robert, this is hardly the time or the place…' 00:06:01 Jason, Neville
7 Which was exactly what he had just been doing… 00:05:31 Jason, Neville
8 On the third evening, one of his friends… 00:06:40 Jason, Neville
9 At this point I was interrupted by Saint-Loup… 00:07:59 Jason, Neville
10 Partly out of courtesy to his friends… 00:10:28 Jason, Neville
11 The enunciation of these theories by Saint-Loup ma 00:10:11 Jason, Neville
Disc: 5
1 'Saint-Loup is quite right…' 00:06:30 Jason, Neville
2 When the conversation became general… 00:07:22 Jason, Neville
3 I breathed a sigh of relief when I realised… 00:08:49 Jason, Neville
4 All the same I could see that, during the hour tha 00:06:46 Jason, Neville
5 'Listen, if you don't mind. Just one last word…' 00:05:13 Jason, Neville
6 For I continued my eager demands… 00:05:01 Jason, Neville
7 If the Prince de Borodino was not prepared… 00:04:32 Jason, Neville
8 Son, doubtless, or grandson of an Emperor… 00:07:46 Jason, Neville
9 And, the moment our call has sounded… 00:09:19 Jason, Neville
10 When I came among Robert and his friends… 00:05:35 Jason, Neville
11 'You haven't seen Sergeant Saint-Loup, have you…' 00:04:20 Jason, Neville
12 Alas, this phantom was just what I did see… 00:07:29 Jason, Neville
Disc: 6
1 Meanwhile the winter was drawing to an end. 00:05:02 Jason, Neville
2 She was now wearing lighter, or at any rate bright 00:07:53 Jason, Neville
3 Saint-Loup came to Paris for a few hours only. 00:06:30 Jason, Neville
4 My father had informed us that he now knew… 00:07:41 Jason, Neville
5 My father had also another encounter about this ti 00:06:31 Jason, Neville
6 I left the house early, with Francoise complaining 00:07:32 Jason, Neville
7 Never had Robert spoken to me so tenderly of his f 00:05:59 Jason, Neville
8 Suddenly Saint-Loup appeared… 00:08:23 Jason, Neville
9 It was not 'Rachel when from the Lord'… 00:10:59 Jason, Neville
10 It was, by the way, quite true that she was 'liter 00:08:07 Jason, Neville
11 She seemed anxious to pacify Robert… 00:04:42 Jason, Neville
Disc: 7
1 If we were not yet in the theatre… 00:05:57 Jason, Neville
2 Presently came a message that Robert was waiting… 00:07:17 Jason, Neville
3 One number in the programme I found extremely tryi 00:08:49 Jason, Neville
4 When, the curtain having fallen, we moved on to th 00:06:08 Jason, Neville
5 A group of men – journalists – noticing the look o 00:07:06 Jason, Neville
6 At that moment I saw Saint-Loup raise his arm… 00:07:53 Jason, Neville
7 These incidents, particularly the one that was wei 00:08:43 Jason, Neville
8 Moreover, talent is not a separate appendage… 00:07:39 Jason, Neville
9 On the occasion of this first call… 00:08:44 Jason, Neville
10 'Oh, Ministers, my dear sir,' Mme. de Villeparisis 00:05:48 Jason, Neville
11 Earlier in the day Mme. de Villeparisis might have 00:05:09 Jason, Neville
Disc: 8
1 Presently there came into the room… 00:09:13 Jason, Neville
2 'I understand, sir, that you thinkin' of writin' s 00:07:01 Jason, Neville
3 Meanwhile I had been talking to Bloch… 00:08:15 Jason, Neville
4 Presently Mme. de Villeparisis sat down again at h 00:08:10 Jason, Neville
5 That admirable writer G – entered the room… 00:08:36 Jason, Neville
6 If, in the drawing-room of Mme. de Villeparisis… 00:07:10 Jason, Neville
7 The presence of Bergotte by my side… 00:05:49 Jason, Neville
8 Everyone had gathered round Mme. de Villeparisis… 00:05:50 Jason, Neville
9 Mme. de Villeparisis rang the bell… 00:05:28 Jason, Neville
10 'I have better news,' she murmured in my ear… 00:07:07 Jason, Neville
11 She rang the bell… 00:06:00 Jason, Neville
Disc: 9
1 'You must speak loud,' she warned Bloch… 00:07:06 Jason, Neville
2 Before M. de Norpois, under constraint from his ho 00:07:19 Jason, Neville
3 'You know who we're talking about, Basin?' the Duc 00:06:41 Jason, Neville
4 'Seven Princesses! Dear, dear, what a snob she mus 00:05:15 Jason, Neville
5 'Tell me, my dear aunt,' M. de Guermantes inquired 00:06:32 Jason, Neville
6 Bloch was flattered by this picture of himself… 00:05:53 Jason, Neville
7 M. de Guermantes uttered the words… 00:07:23 Jason, Neville
8 'I think you're all equally tiresome…' 00:08:48 Jason, Neville
9 Possibly the explanation of M. de Norpois speaking 00:07:31 Jason, Neville
10 'You aren't going to Mme. de Sagan's ball this eve 00:06:29 Jason, Neville
11 M. de Norpois put these questions to Bloch… 00:04:28 Jason, Neville
12 Bloch coloured; M. d'Argencourt smiled… 00:06:00 Jason, Neville
Disc: 10
1 Full of curiosity and anxious to have more light t 00:08:58 Jason, Neville
2 In the country, Mme. de Marsantes was adored… 00:06:02 Jason, Neville
3 A faint smile made Mme. de Guermantes's eyelashes 00:06:21 Jason, Neville
4 The Prince's name preserved in the boldness… 00:06:04 Jason, Neville
5 But Prince von Faffenheim was no simpleton. 00:08:45 Jason, Neville
6 The following winter the Prince was seriously ill… 00:09:04 Jason, Neville
7 The arrival of Mme. Swann had a special interest f 00:06:05 Jason, Neville
8 For the rest, Charles Morel seemed to have… 00:05:34 Jason, Neville
9 Mme. de Villeparisis meanwhile… 00:05:40 Jason, Neville
10 I studied M. de Charlus. 00:05:39 Jason, Neville
11 I have recorded a long way back… 00:04:55 Jason, Neville
12 I was anxious nevertheless for information… 00:06:25 Jason, Neville
Disc: 11
1 Robert called me away to the far end of the room… 00:07:42 Jason, Neville
2 I should have liked to reply… 00:08:04 Jason, Neville
3 I was fully aware that my company… 00:07:06 Jason, Neville
4 Anxiously Mme. de Marsantes bade me good-bye. 00:04:14 Jason, Neville
5 As I went downstairs I heard behind me a voice… 00:04:46 Jason, Neville
6 'You have enough intelligence, I suppose…' 00:06:11 Jason, Neville
7 I warned him that, anyhow, Mme. Bloch no longer ex 00:04:57 Jason, Neville
8 'Let us return to yourself,' he said… 00:05:51 Jason, Neville
9 'I am sorry about that,' said M. de Charlus. 00:09:19 Jason, Neville
10 As for myself, no sooner had I turned in at our ga 00:06:54 Jason, Neville
11 Cottard had told us to take her temperature. 00:07:07 Jason, Neville
12 In spite of this more special competence… 00:07:09 Jason, Neville
Disc: 12
1 Inasmuch as a great part of what doctors know… 00:07:51 Jason, Neville
2 'But do you want me to take a cure like that, Sir? 00:08:44 Jason, Neville
3 I was startled to see her so flushed… 00:06:39 Jason, Neville
4 Finally my grandmother emerged… 00:05:37 Jason, Neville
5 Just as I was signalling to a cabman… 00:06:23 Jason, Neville
6 And if Legrandin had looked back at us… 00:07:01 Jason, Neville
7 The sun was sinking, it burnished an interminable 00:07:07 Jason, Neville
8 My mother and I (whose falsehood was exposed…) 00:08:11 Jason, Neville
9 'Oh! My dear, it's dreadful to have to stay in bed 00:05:27 Jason, Neville
10 My grandmother's illness gave occasion to various 00:06:46 Jason, Neville
11 People of taste and refinement tell us nowadays… 00:08:45 Jason, Neville
Disc: 13
1 On the sixth day… 00:06:07 Jason, Neville
2 There came a time when her uraemic trouble… 00:06:38 Jason, Neville
3 According to our doctor, this was a symptom… 00:05:52 Jason, Neville
4 We went into the sickroom. 00:09:33 Jason, Neville
5 A half-brother of my grandmother, who was in relig 00:05:45 Jason, Neville
6 For several nights now my father… 00:07:42 Jason, Neville
7 To return now to those last hours… 00:05:37 Jason, Neville
8 Chapter 2 00:05:00 Jason, Neville
9 There was no one else in the house but Francoise. 00:06:51 Jason, Neville
10 To revert to where we were… 00:06:48 Jason, Neville
11 I must say it at this point… 00:08:15 Jason, Neville
12 As for this pleasure which by accomplishing my des 00:04:54 Jason, Neville
Disc: 14
1 No doubt it does happen that women of moderate cul 00:05:49 Jason, Neville
2 As she uttered these words the door opened… 00:08:08 Jason, Neville
3 I did not respond at once to this invitation… 00:06:16 Jason, Neville
4 In addition, Albertine preserved, inseparably atta 00:05:24 Jason, Neville
5 Apart from the most recent applications… 00:05:34 Jason, Neville
6 The exact opposite happened. 00:05:50 Jason, Neville
7 Apart from this, Albertine's social ideas were fat 00:06:46 Jason, Neville
8 Albertine had made me so late… 00:05:48 Jason, Neville
9 However that might be… 00:05:15 Jason, Neville
10 At that moment Mme. de Villeparisis entered the ro 00:06:25 Jason, Neville
11 People who are merely fashionable… 00:08:56 Jason, Neville
12 I was struck by the application of this last epith 00:08:56 Jason, Neville
Disc: 15
1 The days that preceded my dinner with Mme. de Ster 00:07:08 Jason, Neville
2 And then, the last carriage having rolled by… 00:06:39 Jason, Neville
3 At the same time, my Balbec desires… 00:07:26 Jason, Neville
4 The next day was cold and fine; winter was in the 00:08:28 Jason, Neville
5 What added to my distress at not seeing Mme. de St 00:07:27 Jason, Neville
6 The thought of course never entered my mind… 00:05:11 Jason, Neville
7 If as I came downstairs I lived over again… 00:05:57 Jason, Neville
8 I was astounded. 00:06:21 Jason, Neville
9 As ill luck would have it… 00:06:42 Jason, Neville
10 As I have mentioned the Prince de Foix… 00:08:37 Jason, Neville
11 In politics the proprietor of this particular cafe 00:08:55 Jason, Neville
Disc: 16
1 After leaving us for a moment… 00:06:34 Jason, Neville
2 'By the way, while I think of it, my uncle Charlus 00:09:28 Jason, Neville
3 How much familiar intercourse with a Guermantes… 00:06:17 Jason, Neville
4 This imagined remoteness of the past… 00:06:18 Jason, Neville
5 The people who detested these 'horrors' were aston 00:07:03 Jason, Neville
6 While I was examining Elstir's paintings… 00:05:07 Jason, Neville
7 At the very outset I found myself completely bewil 00:06:00 Jason, Neville
8 If M. de Guermantes had been in such a haste to pr 00:06:43 Jason, Neville
9 But already the Duke, who seemed in a hurry… 00:05:46 Jason, Neville
10 It seemed on the whole more plausible to regard me 00:09:39 Jason, Neville
11 I should add that one of the guests was still miss 00:10:00 Jason, Neville
Disc: 17
1 The other reason for the friendliness shown me… 00:06:59 Jason, Neville
2 The Guermantes were just as idiomatic… 00:06:11 Jason, Neville
3 To the most trivial statements made by intelligent 00:04:56 Jason, Neville
4 A single point at which Guermantes and Courvoisier 00:07:59 Jason, Neville
5 To return to the antipathy which animated… 00:05:51 Jason, Neville
6 It is in a similar fashion… 00:06:03 Jason, Neville
7 Well, to return to Mme. des Laumes… 00:05:39 Jason, Neville
8 Many of the friends of the Princesse de Parme… 00:08:21 Jason, Neville
9 When the room became too crowded… 00:07:08 Jason, Neville
10 With certain people (though these, it must be admi 00:05:52 Jason, Neville
11 It must be recognised also that the refinement of 00:06:18 Jason, Neville
12 The Duke and Duchess gave a very civil greeting… 00:08:05 Jason, Neville
Disc: 18
1 And so, thanks on one occasion to 'Teaser Augustus 00:07:55 Jason, Neville
2 The Courvoisiers were incapable of rising to the l 00:05:53 Jason, Neville
3 When a woman who was intelligent, educated, witty… 00:07:37 Jason, Neville
4 As for social activities… 00:06:58 Jason, Neville
5 M. de Guermantes at this period in his life… 00:05:56 Jason, Neville
6 Very well, at this point in the social year… 00:06:07 Jason, Neville
7 As a rule these handsome 'supers' had been his mis 00:07:46 Jason, Neville
8 No doubt the love which M. de Guermantes had had… 00:06:07 Jason, Neville
9 'Oriane,' began the Princesse de Parme… 00:06:03 Jason, Neville
10 'Which leads to some quite amusing scenes…' 00:07:57 Jason, Neville
11 I let it be understood that I had no admiration… 00:04:45 Jason, Neville
12 Far from condemning Mme. d'Arpajon as absurd… 00:05:49 Jason, Neville
Disc: 19
1 I was beginning to know them… 00:05:32 Jason, Neville
2 Moved by this last quotation, Mme. d'Arpajon excla 00:06:22 Jason, Neville
3 It was Mme. de Chaussegros herself who had said… 00:05:56 Jason, Neville
4 'Good Lord, yes,' he replied… 00:06:07 Jason, Neville
5 'That portrait ought to appeal to Mme. de Gallardo 00:06:31 Jason, Neville
6 'Babal always knows everything…' 00:06:04 Jason, Neville
7 'But you take the same view of my aunt…' 00:05:29 Jason, Neville
8 'As we're discussing your family, Oriane…' 00:06:05 Jason, Neville
9 'I really must go and see the Queen of Naples…' 00:05:39 Jason, Neville
10 In the period that followed… 00:05:51 Jason, Neville
11 Now, on this occasion, among the visitors… 00:06:47 Jason, Neville
12 'Babal, you're divine, you know everything…' 00:05:54 Jason, Neville
13 Mme. de Guermantes was now nourishing a similar pr 00:05:19 Jason, Neville
Disc: 20
1 'A good-looking boy, I believe?' she asked. 00:05:40 Jason, Neville
2 'And is the Grand Duchess well?' 00:04:37 Jason, Neville
3 M. de Guermantes, rejoicing that she should be spe 00:07:01 Jason, Neville
4 Everyone smiled. 00:06:04 Jason, Neville
5 'You are quite mistaken,' replied the Duchess… 00:07:31 Jason, Neville
6 There was at Combray a Rue de Saintrailles… 00:05:28 Jason, Neville
7 In middle-class families one sometimes sees… 00:08:50 Jason, Neville
8 Better informed than his wife… 00:06:18 Jason, Neville
9 I was privately convinced that all these stories… 00:05:03 Jason, Neville
10 I did not even reply to the Ambassadress… 00:06:37 Jason, Neville
11 However, my historical curiosity was faint… 00:08:13 Jason, Neville
12 Just as I was about to leave… 00:06:19 Jason, Neville
Disc: 21
1 An exaltation that sank only into melancholy… 00:08:30 Jason, Neville
2 From this point of view… 00:03:41 Jason, Neville
3 When all was said, very different in this respect… 00:06:11 Jason, Neville
4 After a moment's silence I asked him… 00:07:35 Jason, Neville
5 So far, I had never dreamed that M. de Charlus's r 00:06:21 Jason, Neville
6 'Sir, I swear to you that I have said nothing…' 00:06:31 Jason, Neville
7 'Sir,' I replied, moving away from him… 00:07:07 Jason, Neville
8 'You will excuse my not accompanying you home…' 00:08:38 Jason, Neville
9 'The Duchesse de Guermantes…' 00:06:22 Jason, Neville
10 We are attracted by every form of life… 00:06:27 Jason, Neville
11 The fact remains, nevertheless… 00:06:49 Jason, Neville
Disc: 22
1 On the day on which the party was to be given… 00:06:46 Jason, Neville
2 'You shall see Oriane in a minute,' the Duke told 00:06:21 Jason, Neville
3 The Duke appeared touched that I should have come… 00:05:49 Jason, Neville
4 The Duke called back the footman… 00:06:16 Jason, Neville
5 'To be sure, it is,' said the Duke… 00:09:08 Jason, Neville
6 M. de Guermantes returned… 00:05:37 Jason, Neville
7 'Oriane, you might at least tell the story properl 00:07:57 Jason, Neville
8 Another footman came into the room. 00:05:40 Jason, Neville
9 The footman returned with the Comtesse Mole's card 00:07:05 Jason, Neville
10 'Listen, Basin, I ask for nothing better…' 00:06:20 Jason, Neville
11 'What's that you say?' cried the Duchess… 00:06:46 Jason, Neville
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