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Looking for lost period
By Junk (Translasted by Anthony_PERRIN) - Aug. 6, 2010   

A volume of the book A la Recherche du Temps Perdu (Looking for Lost Time) by Marcel Proust contains one of the longest sentence in French literature: 856 words.


Victo Hugo does almost as well in Les Misérables with 823 words between two full stops.
Of course there are other examples in constrained writing but they don’t really count.


Wikipedia – Longest sentence (FR)

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