Book Club Of The Air: 'How Proust Can Change Your Life'

GUESTS: Bruce Watson Freelance writer and frequent contributor to "Smithsonian" magazine You wouldn't think Marcel Proust would've had much to say about modern conundrums like noisy neighbors and sex on the first date. But author Alain de Botton dove deep into the work of Proust and picked up some practical life lessons. De Botton lays out what he learned in "How Proust Can Change Your Life." At once "tongue-in-check" and truly insightful, join Ray Suarez to discuss "How Proust Can Change Your life," on the Talk of the Nation Book Club of the Air, from NPR News.



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