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Proust

(prūst),
T., 19th-century French physician. See: Proust space.

Proust

(prūst),
Louis J., French chemist, 1755-1826. See: Proust law.
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Critique: An impressively well researched, written, organized and presented study that is a masterpiece of original and seminal scholarship, "Proust and His Banker: In Search of Time Squandered" is unreservedly recommended for both community and academic library collections in general, and Marcel Proust supplemental studies lists in particular.
A LA RECHERCHE DU SCENT PERDU: Author and madeleine enthusiast Marcel Proust
Ramon Fernandez, who was born in Paris of a Mexican father, did correspond with Proust and three letters to him can be found in Philip Kolb's Correspondance de Marcel Proust.
You could say he's a Marcel Proust of our time" Peter Englund, permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy, told reporters.
Bulletins de la societe des amis de Marcel Proust et des amis de Combray 28 (1978): 614-39.
The first dissertation on Proust was defended at Columbia as early as 1934: "La Musique dans l'oeuvre de Marcel Proust," by Florence Hier, followed in 1937 by John Spagnoli's "Social Attitude of Marcel Proust.
This work is the first in a series of publications where Princess evoked the memory of Proust, as Le Voyageur voile, Marcel Proust, lettres au duc de Guiche et documents inedits (1947) and La duchesse de Guermantes, Laure de Sade, Comtesse de Chevigne, avec des pages inedites de Marcel Proust (1951), while the Le confesseur et les poetes (1970) outlines the portrait of Proust within a gallery of famous figures, including Jean Cocteau, Robert de Montesquieu, Paul Valery, Maurice Baring.
In Marcel Proust In Taos, a Los Alamos physicist, Christopher, retires to Taos, New Mexico, with his cat Marcel Proust, to write a novel about nuclear terrorism.
Mas eis as Hortensias bleus de Montesquiou, os Plaisirs et les Joies [sic] do senhor Marcel Proust, estampados com a assinatura da Academia"; " estejam certos de que, em seu proximo volume, o senhor Marcel Proust obtera seu prefacio .
Maxim's, which is now owned by fashion designer Pierre Cardin, has over the years been a regular haunt for Jean Cocteau, Edward VII, Marcel Proust, Maria Callas, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Barbra Streisand and Barbara Hutton.
Previous winners of the Prix Goncourt award, which is over 100 years old, include Marcel Proust, Simone de Beauvoir and Marguerite Duras.
Marcel Proust y traza las lineas que siguen, de una conmovedora