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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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25) Voir << Avant-propos >>, in L'Affaire Lemoine de Marcel Proust, pastiches, edition genetique et critique par Jean Milly, Geneve : Editions Slatkine, 1994, p.
Mrs Proust stressed the need to ensure the Nigerian oil and gas industry had a globally competitive fiscal frame-work.
In her most recent series PAINTINGS after PROUST , Baez engages in a conversation in paint with the work of some of the greatest artists from the past six centuries.
Ainsi dans le roman autobiographique de Proust, Moreau offre l'image d'artiste qui se distingue de l'homme social de tous les jours.
provocative, postmodern reading of Proust, "the passage has thus
Unlike Proust, he was determined to avoid the darker side: 'my shadowless heaven' was what Lartigue said he was out to catch and preserve with his camera.
For Rose, then, to achieve self-acceptance through the very process of articulating her understanding of and difference from Proust is to implicate reading in the construction of herself as a writer in a way that is more disingenuous than it seems.
However, by late 1970 Visconti was able to devote his time to the Proust project.
Proust emphasizes the broadly humanistic role of the Jesuits in the east, for they were the principal conduit for Renaissance knowledge and art before the Dutch entered the scene in 1600.
1) Proust did not concern himself with pragmatic arguments for monarchy; his princes and princesses are redundant royal relatives or politically underemployed descendants of Peers of France; and he savors their disintegration too much.
The renown of Proust and Hemingway guarantees their survival, at least for a while, and it is interesting that both men, despite their profound stylistic differences and life styles, incorporated a consciousness of survival into their writing.
Taking his bearings from Deluze's book Proust and Signs, de Beistegui argues that these truths have no independence outside 'the world's being, [.