Peter Matic reads Auf der Suche nach der verlorenen Zeit | Marcel Proust

Peter Matic reads 'Auf der Suche nach der verlorenen Zeit' by Marcel Proust (German translation) 

1. In Swanns Welt - 20 hrs 35 mins -

2. Im Schatten junger Mädchenblüte - 25 hrs 39 mins -

3. Die Welt der Guermantes - 28 hrs 53 mins -

4. Sodom und Gomorra - 26 hrs 49 mins -

5. Die Gefangene - 21 hrs 15 mins -

6. Die Entflohene  - 14 hrs 6 mins -

7. Die wiedergefundene Zeit - 18 hrs 57 mins -


That little tip of a nose | Marcel Proust, The Fugitive | Narrated by Neville Jason

Marcel Proust, The Fugitive (Remembrance of Things Past, Volume 6):

"When, in the summer at Balbec, Albertine used to wait for me beneath the arcades of Incarville and spring into my carriage, not only had she not yet put on weight, she had, as a result of too much exercise, begun to waste; thin, made plainer by an ugly hat which left visible only the tip of an ugly nose, and a side-view, pale cheeks like white slugs, I recognised very little of her, enough however to know, when she sprang into the carriage, that it was she, that she had been punctual in keeping our appointment and had not gone somewhere else; and this was enough; what we love is too much in the past, consists too much in the time that we have spent together for us to require the whole woman; we wish only to be sure that it is she, not to be mistaken as to her identity, a thing far more important than beauty to those who are in love; her cheeks may grow hollow, her body thin, even to those who were originally most proud, in the eyes of the world, of their domination over beauty, that little tip of a nose, that sign in which is summed up the permanent personality of a woman, that algebraical formula, that constant, is sufficient to prevent a man who is courted in the highest society and is in love with her from being free upon a single evening because he is spending his evenings in brushing and entangling, until it is time to go to bed, the hair of the woman whom he loves, or simply in staying by her side, so that he may be with her or she with him, or merely that she may not be with other people".

Audiobook available on, narrated by Neville Jason. 13 hrs 21 mins

Livre Audio disponible sur Lu par Neville Jason. 13 hrs 21 mins


Nietzsche: Jamais encore je n’ai trouvé la femme de qui je voudrais avoir des enfants, si ce n’est cette femme que j’aime : car je t’aime, ô éternité !

-> A télécharger gratuitement sur (13 hrs 37 mins). Friedrich Nietzsche, 'Ainsi Parlait Zarathoustra', le livre audio complet lu par Guy Marcy



Si je suis un devin et plein de cet esprit divinatoire qui chemine sur une haute crête entre deux mers, —

qui chemine entre le passé et l’avenir, comme un lourd nuage, — ennemi de tous les étouffants bas-fonds, de tout ce qui est fatigué et qui ne peut ni mourir ni vivre :

prêt à l’éclair dans le sein obscur, prêt au rayons de clarté rédempteur, gonflé d’éclairs affirmateurs ! qui se rient de leur affirmation ! prêt à des foudres divinatrices :

— mais bienheureux celui qui est ainsi gonflé ! Et, en vérité, il faut qu’il soit longtemps suspendu au sommet, comme un lourd orage, celui qui doit un jour allumer la lumière de l’avenir ! —


Nietzsche | Audiobooks (English)

Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900)

Audiobooks (English)

The Birth of Tragedy (1872)

Narrated by Duncan Steen

6 hrs 5 mins |

On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense (1873)

Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks (1873)

Untimely Meditations (1876)

Narrated by Michael Lunts

12 hrs 57 mins |

Human, All Too Human (1878)

Narrated by Michael Lunts

15 hrs 26 mins |

The Dawn (1881)

The Gay Science (1882)

Narrated by Michael Lunts

10 hrs 55 mins