Marcel Proust  

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"For a long time, I went to bed early."

"Occasionally, lest his cleverness should seem to be superhuman, one comes on a jest or an anecdote which is a “chestnut” ; or he becomes a little too intricate, or his neurasthenia shows its cloven hoof: once or twice I am ..."--Marcel Proust: An English Tribute (1923) by Charles Kenneth Scott-Moncrieff and Joseph Conrad

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Marcel Proust (July 10, 1871November 18, 1922) was a French intellectual, novelist, essayist and critic, best known as the author of In Search of Lost Time (in French À la recherche du temps perdu, also titled Remembrance of Things Past in its original edition), a monumental work of twentieth-century fiction published in seven volumes from 1913 to 1927.

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