For our next (and penultimate!) meeting we will read to p. 332 in Volume VI, Time Regained.
At the end of this month's reading we will find Proust sitting in the library at the Prince de Guermantes's house, waiting to be let into the party whenever the music ends.
There is a useful line break which follows the last sentence of our reading:
"And the whole composition takes shape, thanks to the presence, evoked by jealousy, of the beauty to whom already we are no longer jealous and whom we no longer love."
Following this line break, the sentence that will begin our final 200 pages of reading for the May meeting is:
"At this moment the butler came in to tell me that the first piece of music was finished, so that I could leave the library and go into the rooms where the party was taking place."
See you in April.