Marcel Proust Quote

People who, not being in love themselves, feel that a clever man should only be unhappy about a person who is worth his while; which is rather like being astonished that anyone should condescend to die of cholera at the bidding of so insignificant a creature as the common bacillus.


Remembrance of Things Past: Swann's way (ed. 1924)

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People who, not being in love themselves, feel that a clever man should only be unhappy about a person who is worth his while; which is rather like...

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People who, not being in love themselves, feel that a clever man should only be unhappy about a person who is worth his while; which is rather like...

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People who, not being in love themselves, feel that a clever man should only be unhappy about a person who is worth his while; which is rather like...