• This book is a collection of memories from an unnamed narrator. He talks about his childhood.
• The narrator hated his bedroom as a child because he did not sleep well, and he had to be away from his mother at night. His Parisian bedroom is described in detail.
• As an adult, when the narrator can't sleep, he thinks about all the places he has been and gives detailed descriptions of them.
• The narrator hated when guests were at the house because they took his mother's attention and shortened his time with her.
• He once sent a note for his mother to come to him while guests were at the house. His father intercepted it, but instead of being angry had Mama stay in his room all night.
• Charles Swann was a swanky friend of the family who was intriguing and a womanizer like Uncle Adolphe.
• Grandmother would...
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