REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST by Marcel Proust

REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST

KIRKUS REVIEW

Another wreath of laurel is voted to Random House for this beautiful four volume edition of the works of Marcel Proust, an outstanding piece of book-making, and a welcome addition to any library which considers itself representative of the best in modern literature. The famous Moncrioff and Blossom translation has been used; a new essay on Proust by Joseph Wood Krutch is included. It's an impressive set, boxed, each volume bound in natural color linen, stamped in red and gold, stained tops, two color title page; beautiful type face and page layout. The seven volumes of Proust's life work, for the first time as a compact whole. A set your discriminating customers will want to own.

Publisher: Random House