Remembrance of Things Past - Guermantes Way, Part I continued Summary & Analysis

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Guermantes Way, Part I continued Summary

The narrator insists that Grandmother rest while he hails a cab. He already feels like he is alone. He runs into Professor E, who refuses to go to the narrator's house to examine Grandmother but agrees to let the narrator bring her to his office. The narrator rushes Grandmother to the doctor, as he imagines her sliding into the abyss. The narrator is hopeful, but Professor E tells him that the case is hopeless. When he returns home, the narrator tells Mamma who sobs, goes to Grandmother, and kisses her. Francoise puts Grandmother to bed, where Grandmother chides Mamma for her lack of pity. Mamma messes up the bedding while trying to comfort Grandmother. Mamma and the narrator refuse to admit that Grandmother is seriously ill. Francoise is very useful during Grandmother's illness, as she...

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