“Proust seemed incapable of creating a character without putting a book in his hands. Two hundred characters inhabit the world he imagined, and some sixty writers preside over it.”
Read more of an excerpt from Anka Muhlstein’s Monsieur Proust’s Library.

“Proust seemed incapable of creating a character without putting a book in his hands. Two hundred characters inhabit the world he imagined, and some sixty writers preside over it.”

Read more of an excerpt from Anka Muhlstein’s Monsieur Proust’s Library.

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