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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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Mr Proust became GM last month, having joined WeWork earlier this year from Uber, where he was in charge of the UK arm of its food delivery service UberEATS.
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.
Proust, como Neruda, avanza tanteando, avanza por aproximaciones sucesivas.
Oceano by Pascal Proust is an excellent choice of lyrical piece for performers of all ages.
Le narratologue Gerard Genette ayant fonde une << rhetorique restreinte >> en s'appuyant sur l'ceuvre de Marcel Proust, son << Discours du recit, essai de methode >> dans les Figures III a fait le corps principal de sa theorie sur la narratologie.
Marcel Proust directs the search of one's own ego in a manner in which neither experience nor reality are important in themselves, but as are they to be rediscovered in the flow of consciousness.
Durante a preparacao e publicacao do primeiro volume do romance no final de 1913, as vesperas da Grande Guerra Mundial, esses confrades e amigos do autor, que se consideravam entao privilegiados, encantaram-se principalmente com a nova concepcao e utilizacao da inteligencia por Marcel Proust.
In contrast, the other two principal figures studied in this book, Jose-Maria de Heredia and Ramon Fernandez, have a more tenuous relation to Proust and even to Latin America.
Alors pourquoi Proust a-t-il delaisse Moreau au profit d'autres peintres dans le roman?
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.
Evers (cultural history, Ludwig-Maximilians-U., Munich) has studied French writer Marcel Proust's (1871-1922) multi-volume novel A la Recherche du Temps Perdu throughout his long career.