8 rue Roy – Proust’s parents lived on the 2nd floor of this address between 1870 and 1873. However, because of some events linked to the Commune, Marcel Proust was born at his uncle Louis Weil’s house at 96 rue Fontaine (16th arrondissement) on the 10th of July 1871.
9 boulevard Malesherbes – Marcel Proust lived at the end of a courtyard of this address on the 1st floor with his parents between 1873 and 1900. There is a “Morris” advertising column nearby that Marcel used to check out for shows and that still exists today.
45 rue de Courcelles - Proust lived on the corner of this street and rue Monceau, on the 2nd floor, with his parents between 1900 and 1906.
102 boulevard Haussmann – Marcel Proust lived here after his parents died between 1906 and 1919. It is now the bank CIC that occupies this building, however there is a plate with the writer’s name on it. He also wrote most of “In Search of Lost Time” herein the famous room with the walls lined in cork.
8 bis rue Laurent Pichat - Marcel Proust temporarily rented a fl at in this building (3rd fl oor facing the street), where the actress Réjane also lived, between June and October 1919.
44 rue Hamelin – Marcel Proust lived on the 5th fl oor of this building from 1919 until his death on 18th of November 1922. Hisbedroom has been reconstructed with all the original furniture at the Carnavalet Museum.
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