Marcel Proust

“Sometimes, on days when the weather was beyond redemption, mere residence in the house, situated in the midst of a steady and continuous rain, had all the gliding ease, the soothing silence, the interest of a sea voyage; another time, on a bright day, to lie still in bed was to let the lights and shadows play around me as round a tree trunk.”

Marcel Proust, The Captive & The Fugitive
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The Captive & The Fugitive (In Search of Lost Time, #5-6) The Captive & The Fugitive by Marcel Proust
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