Marcel Proust, The Prisoner, translated by Carol Clark, p. 34.
The shortest paragraph in Proust?! Its lightness and quickness are especially vivid because it’s the Narrator’s craven response to the Duc insulting the Jews. (His unending insults are sloggy brain diarrhea linguistified.) Anyone who doesn’t understand the morphology of the racist insult need only to read the Duc de Guermantes. (I’m not publishing his insults this time.) His arguments against the Jews in France sound quite similar to every other micro/macroaggression you hear today about oppressed racial groups in America, in terms of structure. The ultimate proof that your racist argument is unoriginal!!!