For the next meeting we will read to page 357 of The Guermantes Way, Volume III of the Modern Library six-volume edition.
There is no helpful paragraph break available to us this time, but here is the memorable sentence that we will end on for this month:
"'I don't want my mother to introduce me to Mme Swann,' Saint-Loup said to me. 'She's an ex-whore. Here husband's a Jew, and she comes here to pose as a Nationalist. Hallo, here's my uncle Palamède'."
It kind of bounces, doesn't it? (How is it in the original French?)
The sentence following is:
"The arrival of Mme Swann had a special interest for me, owing to an incident which had occurred a few days earlier and which it is necessary to relate because of the consequences which it was to have at a much later date and which the reader will follow in detail in due course."