In this, the final volume of Remembrance of Things Past, as the various threads which have emerged through the vast novel are brought together, and sometimes resolved, Marcel considers the nature of time and its effect on himself and the people has has known. "For after death time leaves the body, and memories - indifferent and pale - are obliterated in her who exists no longer and soon will be in him they still torture, memories which perish with the desire of the living body."
Neville Jason trained at RADA where he was awarded the Diction Prize by Sir John Gielgud. He has worked with the English Stage, the Old Vic Company and the RSC as well as in film, TV and musicals. He is frequently heard on radio. As well as Remembrance of Things Past he also reads Tolstoy's War and Peace, The Castle of Otranto, Far From the Madding Crowd and Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire for Naxos AudioBooks.