Best Sentence I Read Today

John Updike on Proust:

"[Proust’s oeuvre] is as inviting as a feather bed, a nearly infinite mass of prose gently sighing up and down like a calm sea glinting with myriad coins of moonlight."

Beautiful. Found in Tim Parks’ review of Updike’s new anthology of essays in this weekend’s Financial Times.

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