For the next meeting we will read "Place Names, The Name," the chapter that completes the first volume, Swann's Way (Du côté de chez Swann).
We will also read part of the first chapter, "Madame Swann at Home," in the next volume, Within a Budding Grove (À l'ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs).
Please read up to the line break -- I hope it is easy to find -- which occurs before the following line:
"It was not only in those tea-parties, on account of which I had formerly had the sorrow of seeing Gilberte leave me and go home earlier than usual, that I was henceforth to take part, but the excursions she made with her mother which, by preventing her from coming to the Champs-Elysées, had deprived me of her on those days when I loitered alone upon the lawn in front of the roundabout -- in these also M. and Mme Swann now included me..."
In my Modern Library translation this line break is on p. 134.
Please be so kind as to share the page numbers of the French editions in the comments below.
See you in February.