Originally Posted by Araucaria
Marcel Proust himself died in 1922, and Scott Moncrieff, who translated all but the last book of Proust's masterwork, died in 1930.
So it should nearly all be in the public domain - and even the last volume, translated by Sydney Schiff, who died in 1944, should be available the year after next.
Does anyone know if there are well-formatted copies of the later books (the first two were tackled by Patricia Clark) anywhere?
If not, maybe I should be having a go at the Gutenberg Australia .txt versions myself.
I haven't ever seen Patricia Clark's versions of Proust in the MR library. If I had, I might not have searched avidly for other versions.