For our next meeting we will read halfway into the "Place-Names, the Place" chapter of Within a Budding Grove, which takes us all the way to the full line break on page 502 of the Modern Library (Moncrieff / Kilmartin / Enright) edition.
The sentence before the break reads:
"At length I would go to bed, a little resentful of her for depriving me, with an indifference so new and strange in her, of a joy on which I had counted so much, and I would lie there for a while, my heart throbbing as in my childhood, listening to the wall which remained silent, until I cried myself to sleep."
After the line break Proust continues:
"That day, as for some days, Saint-Loup had been obliged to go to Doncières, where, until he returned there for good, he would be on duty now until late every afternoon."
See you on April 4!