Marcel Proust

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The Hindu
I was happiest when my husband said yes to my proposal: Nadiya MoiduThe Proust Questionnaire is a weekly feature which derives its name from the Fr
I was happiest when my husband said yes to my proposal: Nadiya Moidu
The Hindu / Posted 2 hours ago
The Proust Questionnaire is a weekly 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 confession. What is your idea of... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
In music and in life, Gord Downie has The Wherewithalknew it was vital. Nuala did the radiation, but refused chemotherapy. She lost
In music and in life, Gord Downie has The Wherewithal
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 5 days ago
knew it was vital. Nuala did the radiation, but refused chemotherapy. She lost the joy once found in her favourite author, Marcel Proust, and could no longer appreciate nature. But there was one salvation. “Music,” she said, “is not gone, but I’m... Read more
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The Washington Times
ARMSTRONG WILLIAMS: Education problems need smart answers, not more moneyschool saddled with debt — only to be found working as baristas at Starbucks. O
ARMSTRONG WILLIAMS: Education problems need smart answers, not more money
The Washington Times / Posted 8 days ago
school saddled with debt — only to be found working as baristas at Starbucks. Of course, they’ll have dog-eared copies of Marcel Proust or Jane Austen to read during their coffee breaks; but compete in the global economy, they cannot. There is an... Read more
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Swissinfo
Arnault Waits for Berluti Payoff as Zidane Shoemaker Misses GoalLVMH in 2002. “A little more edgy, a little bit more modern.” Berluti, whose s
Arnault Waits for Berluti Payoff as Zidane Shoemaker Misses Goal
Swissinfo / Posted 11 days ago
LVMH in 2002. “A little more edgy, a little bit more modern.” Berluti, whose shoes have been worn by figures from writer Marcel Proust and artist Andy Warhol to actor Gerard Depardieu and soccer star Zinedine Zidane, will continue opening stores,... Read more
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The Hindu
The Proust Questionnaire: P.C. SreeramIntroducing, the Proust Questionnaire, a weekly feature which derives its name
The Proust Questionnaire: P.C. Sreeram
The Hindu / Posted 14 days ago
Introducing, the Proust Questionnaire, a weekly 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 confession. What is your idea... Read more
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Mashable
Can text in different colors help you tackle the most difficult books?it across the room. Sometimes love turns into hate. Reading the first volume o
Can text in different colors help you tackle the most difficult books?
Mashable / Posted 14 days ago
it across the room. Sometimes love turns into hate. Reading the first volume of In Search Of Lost Time, I remember giving Marcel Proust a spontaneous standing ovation for the way he captured aspects of the human experience. Then I stalled halfway... Read more
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The Atlantic
Reading Proust on My CellphoneWay. Plus there were new biographies of Proust, including one by Carter and on
Reading Proust on My Cellphone
The Atlantic / Posted 14 days ago
Way. Plus there were new biographies of Proust, including one by Carter and one by Edmund White, and the monumental Marcel Proust by Jean-Yves Tadié. There were books about reading Proust, including André Aciman’s The Proust Project and de... Read more
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New Now Next
John Barrowman Teases Possible Return To "Doctor Who"he was a rarity—a non-heterosexual who oozed charisma and had a long list of co
John Barrowman Teases Possible Return To "Doctor Who"
New Now Next / Posted 18 days ago
he was a rarity—a non-heterosexual who oozed charisma and had a long list of conquests, including Christopher Isherwood, Marcel Proust and even the WWII Air Force captain whose name he took in tribute. His best-known relationship was with fellow... Read more
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The Hindu
The Proust Questionnaire: Nikki Galrani'Ko 2', is up for release soon. The Proust Questionnaire is a weekly feature t
The Proust Questionnaire: Nikki Galrani
The Hindu / Posted 20 days ago
'Ko 2', is up for release soon. The Proust Questionnaire is a weekly feature that derives its name from the French writer Marcel Proust. His personality-revealing responses to these questions went on to popularise this form of celebrity... Read more
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The Advocate
The Greatest, Gayest Insultsrescuers." — Alexander Woollcott "Reading Proust is like bathing in someone e
The Greatest, Gayest Insults
The Advocate / Posted 22 days ago
rescuers." — Alexander Woollcott "Reading Proust is like bathing in someone else's dirty water." — Alexander Woolcott on Marcel Proust "No one reads him, they hear of him." — Gore Vidal on Norman Mailer "In her last days she resembled a... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Homintern by Gregory Woods review – a gay conspiracy in the arts?Vaslav Nijinsky, who became Diaghilev’s lover. Diaghilev and Nijinsky socialise
Homintern by Gregory Woods review – a gay conspiracy in the arts?
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 24 days ago
Vaslav Nijinsky, who became Diaghilev’s lover. Diaghilev and Nijinsky socialised in Paris in circles that included Marcel Proust and Jean Cocteau. In the 1920s, Diaghilev and Cocteau could still be found in these circles, and Christopher... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Comeback kids: the Jayhawks ride againfollows a familiar theme of leaving somewhere (or someone), returning, staying
Comeback kids: the Jayhawks ride again
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 25 days ago
follows a familiar theme of leaving somewhere (or someone), returning, staying still, and then leaving again. Imagining Marcel Proust – the master of diving deep into the psychological heart of his characters – being called over the PA in an... Read more
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Salon.com
The Jayhawks return with “Paging Mr. Proust”: “They’re gonna call me a pompous ass, it’s gonna be fantastic!”who go that extra mile, or 10, to get into a subject. I like smart but kind of
The Jayhawks return with “Paging Mr. Proust”: “They’re gonna call me a pompous ass, it’s gonna be fantastic!”
Salon.com / Posted 28 days ago
who go that extra mile, or 10, to get into a subject. I like smart but kind of wiseacre writing. You’ve name-checked Marcel Proust in your album title – is that because you’re at a point in your life where you’re looking back a lot? Or have... Read more
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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 a month 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 1 months ago
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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