Marcel Proust - Swann's Way - One felt that in her renunciation of life she had willingly abandoned those places in which she would at least have been able to see him whom she loved, for others where he had never trod.
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One felt that in her renunciation of life she had willingly abandoned those places in which she would at least have been able to see him whom she loved, for others where he had never trod.

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1913
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Translated by C. K. Scott Moncrieff
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Marcel Proust - Swann's Way - One felt that in her renunciation of life she had willingly abandoned those places in which she would at least have been able to see him whom she loved, for others where he had never trod.
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