Contemplating a Cross-Country Drive? Grab the Proust Audiobook

By posted at 11:00 am on September 8, 2012 1

Do you have 153 hours to kill? Do you love long French masterworks? If so, the folks at Naxos AudioBooks might have something up your alley. At 120-discs, publisher Nicolas Soames believes his company’s unabridged audiobook for Marcel Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past might just be the longest audiobook in existence. (Note: that means you’d still have 23 hours of the audiobook left after making this drive around the country.)

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One Response to “Contemplating a Cross-Country Drive? Grab the Proust Audiobook”

  1. Grace Bello
    at 3:58 pm on April 2, 2013

    […] According to Google Maps, you could make this drive from New York to Miami to San Antonio to L.A. to Seattle to Chicago and back to New York in 130 hours. If you were listening to the unabridged audiobook of Marcel Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past the entire time, you’d still have 23 hours left. […]

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