Our third year of Reading Proust in Berkeley begins!
For our next meeting on October 2, 2013, please read to page 146 in Volume V, The Captive, in the Modern Library translation (Moncrieff / Kilmartin / Enright).
The sentence that precedes the stopping point is:
"As soon as she had begun to open her eyes with a smile, she would have offered me her lips, and before she had even said a word, I wold have savoured their freshness, as soothing as that of a garden still silent before the break of day."
Would one of our French readers please provide the equivalent page number in the French edition? Thank you.