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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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Over the course of their fifteen-year collaboration, the banker saw Proust squander three-fifths of his wealth on reckless ventures and on magnificent presents for the men and women who struck his fancy.
Neruda absorbio a Proust y lo transformo de acuerdo con su temperamento.
Dans << Proust palimpseste >>, Gerard Genette souleve d'ores et deja une question a etudier, la plus difficile selon lui, c'est le style metaphorique de Proust.
The poetic language of Proust expresses the inner life of the ego, which reaches fulfillment exactly by the endeavours to which it is voluntarily subjected.
De fato, Fernandez acaba por afirmar indiretamente a eficaz leitura e interpretacao proustiana da realidade ao colocar o autor na posicao privilegiada de vanguarda: para ele, Proust teria superado os antigos e ultrapassados mestres da geracao anterior - como, por exemplo, Paul Bourget -, incapazes de fornecer doravante alguma alternativa para as novas e inquietas geracoes nascidas no final do seculo XIX e inicio do XX.
Admittedly the number of letters by Proust to individual Latin Americans cannot be the only criterion for determining which ones were the most important or the closest to the French novelist.
Ainsi dans le roman autobiographique de Proust, Moreau offre l'image d'artiste qui se distingue de l'homme social de tous les jours.
Given the importance of Proust studies to Columbia (and vice versa), it seemed natural to mark the centenary of Du cote de chez Swann's 1913 publication with a conference at the Maison Francaise.
Hagglund writes against the consensual critical positions that cast Proustian aesthetics as reaching after extratemporal existence, Woolf's moments of being as representing brief tastes of immortality and Nabokov's writing as seeking, like Proust, some sort of transcendence of time.
Though all of Haaglund's chapters clearly further his theory of chronolibido, his analysis of Proust is perhaps the strongest given its wealth of pertinent examples.
Examples will show how place and personal names, episodes such as the retrospective discovery of lesbianism in a lover, the "danse contre seins," and lesbian love-making performed for a fee, were available to Proust in then-contemporary fiction as he himself began to write short stories with erotic or homosexual themes.