Marcel Proust

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The Irish Times
Suzanne O’Sullivan wins £30,000 Wellcome Book Prizethe longings of lost language inscribed in the poetry and prose of such moderni
Suzanne O’Sullivan wins £30,000 Wellcome Book Prize
The Irish Times / Posted 8 hours ago
the longings of lost language inscribed in the poetry and prose of such modernists as Seán Ó Riórdáin, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Marcel Proust and James Joyce.” Paul McVeigh has been shortlisted for the Authors’ Club’s Best First Novel Award for The... Read more
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Boston Globe
Safdie on exhibit: Oh, the audacityto one of his faraway job sites — as I write, it’s Brazil — he’s likely to sett
Safdie on exhibit: Oh, the audacity
Boston Globe / Posted yesterday
to one of his faraway job sites — as I write, it’s Brazil — he’s likely to settle back and listen to CDs (in English) of Marcel Proust. At the Boston Society of Architects Space gallery, 290 Congress St., Boston, through May 22.... Read more
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examiner.com
The Jayhawks find harmonious discord on 'Paging Mr. Proust'it's odd for a band to name drop an experimental novelist in a song, much less
The Jayhawks find harmonious discord on 'Paging Mr. Proust'
examiner.com / Posted 2 days ago
it's odd for a band to name drop an experimental novelist in a song, much less name their album after famed French writer Marcel Proust, then you obviously aren't familiar with The Jayhawks. Through their more than 30 year career, through... Read more
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The Hindu
The Proust Questionnaire with Hansika MotwaniLive Once) type. So it’s now or never. The Proust Questionnaire is a feature w
The Proust Questionnaire with Hansika Motwani
The Hindu / Posted 4 days ago
Live Once) type. So it’s now or never. The Proust Questionnaire is a feature which derives its name from the French writer Marcel Proust, whose personality-revealing responses to these questions went on to popularise this form of celebrity... Read more
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International Business Times
World Book Day 2016: Quotes that will motivate you to read more and explore the world of books help it –Oscar Wilde There are perhaps no days of our childhood we lived so fu
World Book Day 2016: Quotes that will motivate you to read more and explore the world of books
International Business Times / Posted 6 days ago
help it –Oscar Wilde There are perhaps no days of our childhood we lived so fully as those we spent with a favourite book –Marcel Proust A book is the only place in which you can examine a fragile thought without breaking it –Edward P Morgan If... Read more
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Boston Globe
Portrait of a writer as a young manaround me, and I ached with happiness, everything was filled with light.” Knau
Portrait of a writer as a young man
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
around me, and I ached with happiness, everything was filled with light.” Knausgaard is an intensely visual writer. Like Marcel Proust, the author to whom he is so often compared, he loves painting and knows his art history. Book Five is filled... Read more
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The New Yorker
Depth of Fieldexample, a typical thing Bernd would say was ‘You have to understand the Paris
Depth of Field
The New Yorker / Posted 8 days ago
example, a typical thing Bernd would say was ‘You have to understand the Paris photographs of Atget as the visualization of Marcel Proust.’ “ I said, “I don’t get it. What does Atget have to do with Proust?” “It’s a similar time span. What Bernd... Read more
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The Hindu
The Proust Questionnaire: Devayou like to die? Can I choose not to? The Proust Questionnaire is a feature w
The Proust Questionnaire: Deva
The Hindu / Posted 8 days ago
you like to die? Can I choose not to? The Proust Questionnaire is a feature which derives its name from the French writer Marcel Proust, whose personality-revealing responses to these questions went on to popularise this form of celebrity... Read more
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Daily Mail
Exhausted? You might be suffering from 19th century neurastheniawas also thought to affect creative people who were more susceptible to it beca
Exhausted? You might be suffering from 19th century neurasthenia
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
was also thought to affect creative people who were more susceptible to it because they felt strongly about things and Marcel Proust was said to suffer from it. While views may have changed, the 'cure' of getting back to nature and having a... Read more
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Pilipino Star
‘How did you learn how to write?’was dazed with words. I kept a journal where I wrote poems, shards of memory, t
‘How did you learn how to write?’
Pilipino Star / Posted 21 days ago
was dazed with words. I kept a journal where I wrote poems, shards of memory, the tug of dreams. During those days, as Marcel Proust would put it, “an hour (was) not merely an hour. It (was) a vase filled with perfumes, plans, sounds and... Read more
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The Daily Californian
It's Lit with Lindsay: Remembrance of things pastMarch Haul Pt. 3: “They and We Will Get in Trouble for This” — Anna Moschovaki
It's Lit with Lindsay: Remembrance of things past
The Daily Californian / Posted 29 days ago
March Haul Pt. 3: “They and We Will Get in Trouble for This” — Anna Moschovakis “Remembrance of Things Past” — Marcel Proust(an old friend, reread over the break — a book I remember lurking around in elementary school. The cover was so beautiful... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Charles Siskin: Nostalgia, The Perfect Birthday Presentnever know so celebrate it when you can!) Every time we cross Lake Pontchartrai
Charles Siskin: Nostalgia, The Perfect Birthday Present
The Chattanoogan / Posted 1 months ago
never know so celebrate it when you can!) Every time we cross Lake Pontchartrain on our way into New Orleans suddenly I’m Marcel Proust (Remembrance of Things Past). Too French? Ok John Toole and the time was the late 50s and early 60s. Toole... Read more
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The New Yorker
Excessively Candid FoodNetwork.com Recipe Reviewsrecipe. I set the table for six, with placemats and candles and everything. The
Excessively Candid FoodNetwork.com Recipe Reviews
The New Yorker / Posted 1 months ago
recipe. I set the table for six, with placemats and candles and everything. Then I dressed my ferrets up as famous authors (Marcel Proust, Sylvia Plath, etc.) and let them eat at the table. We had a very nice evening, but next time I might add a... Read more
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The Forward
Remembering the Inspirational Legacy of Aharon MeggedUniversity, indulges in extramarital romance and book chat about the Kabbalah,
Remembering the Inspirational Legacy of Aharon Megged
The Forward / Posted 1 months ago
University, indulges in extramarital romance and book chat about the Kabbalah, Saint Thérèse of Lisieux, Samuel Beckett, Marcel Proust, Leo Tolstoy, Simone Weil, and many others. Writings by Weil are dismissed as the “self-hatred of an apostate -... Read more

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