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Marcel Proust Sayings

I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.

Marcel Proust Sayings: I Was Genuinely In Love With Mme. De Guermantes. The Greatest Happiness That I Could Have Asked Of God Would Have Been That He Should Overwhelm Her Under Every Imaginable Calamity, And That Ruined, Despised, Stripped Of All The Privileges That Divided Her From Me, Having No Longer Any Home Of Her Own Or People Who Would Condescend To Speak To Her, She Should Come To Me For Refuge. I Imagined Her Doing So.