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Will you last beyond the madeleine? Radio 4’s In Search of Lost Time reviewed

24 August 2019

9:00 AM

24 August 2019

9:00 AM

The madeleine upon which Proust’s seven-volume epic In Search of Lost Time pivots makes its significant appearance after just 18 minutes in the new Radio 4 adaptation — with which, if you’re not obsessed with the Ashes or holed up with the family in some dank seaside cottage, you can while away this bank holiday weekend.

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