5 pages, 8vo." /> PROUST, Marcel. Autograph letter signed ('Marcel Proust') to Lucien Daudet, <I>n.p. [Paris], n.d. [between mid-October and mid-November 1913]</I>, sending for his opinion the possible ending of the volume, lengthening it by only a few pages, 'La seule modification à ce que vous connaissez serait que le jour de neige, les jours où je vois du soleil sur le balcon, seraient quelques pages plus haut. Et ce n'est qu'apres eux que je mettrai ... "Les jours où Gilberte ne venait pas, j'allais en pelerinage devant sa maison, ou tachais de voir passer Swann allant chez son dentiste, ou emmenais Françoise jusqu'à l'allée des Acacias voir passer Mme Swann" ', and explaining that this fragment would be placed in the passage on his walks in the Allée des Acacias, on which he will end, not as he had at first planned using it later to evoke the time when the narrator did not yet know Swann and his family, and in a postscript saying that the proofs are full of mistakes, <I>5 pages, 8vo</I>. | Christie's