Marcel Proust Quote

For everyone who, having no artistic sense-that is to say, no submission to subjective reality-may have the knack of reasoning about art till doomsday, especially if he be, in addition, a diplomat or financier in contact with the 'realities' of the present day, is only too ready to believe literature is an intellectual game which is destined to gradually be abandoned as time goes on.


Remembrance of things Past Cities of the Plain The Captive The Sweet Cheat Gone (ed. 1932)

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