Proust in Perspective: VISIONS AND REVISIONS
University of Illinois Press, 07.08.2002 - 316 Seiten
Marcel Proust speaks to us today as a contemporary and a classic. His great novel resonates across languages and time, summing up the past, interpreting the present, and envisioning the future. For Proust in Perspective, scholars from France, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Japan, Canada, and the United States have drawn on rich new editions of Proust's novel and correspondence to bring us fresh views of his work.
In nineteen original essays, a foreword by Jean–Yves Tadié, and an introduction by editors Armine Kotin Mortimer and Katherine Kolb, this volume guides readers through the dense weave of Proust's fiction and correspondence. The essays take us into the realm of Proustian language–-as quotation, metaphor, and memory–-and into art history and musical ideology, connecting the art of words with the words of art. They explore the interface of history and fiction, the mysteries of the text's evolution, and the dilemmas of its publication. They present the revelations of genetic criticism and the surprises of gender analysis.
Taken together, these essays conjure a multifaceted profile of Proust–-his work, life, character, and influence–-and of new directions in Proust scholarship today. With compelling rigor and infectious enthusiasm, Proust in Perspective conveys the magnitude of Proust's continuing appeal.
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Notes on the Glory of Proustix
Proust 2000Sketches for a Profile 1
Philip Kolb behind the Scenes of the Recherche
Am I a Novelist? Prousts Search for a Genre
Death as Editor
The Ending of Du côté de chez Swann
Genesis of Prousts Ruine de Venise
From Saniette to Dreyfus
A Proustian Anatomy of Cruising
Proust an Art Nouveau Writer?
Ces étoiles éteintes dont la lumière
Proust Ruskin and Machines
The Models for Miss Sacripant
The Politics and Aesthetics
The Recherche as Hypertext
Ockhams Razor and Prousts Beard
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