Add to cart. It was in that Marcel Proust , cloistered in his Parisian apartment, began his greatest project writing the many drafts that would soon become his masterpiece, In Search of Lost Time A la Recherche du temps perdu.
From the tens of thousands of draft pages that eventually became his masterpiece, we chose three important slivers. These three gems, published here for the fist time, correspond to the three different stages that would soon become the most celebrated passage of the 20th century: the interlude of the Madeleine.
The very first version of the famous passage presents a slice of toast as the central object, which, paired with a cup of tea, links sensory emotion to the resurgence of lost memories. In this notebook, Proust blue-pencils, revises, and rearranges, the text. The passage evolves as the object in question takes the form of a rusk.
The first print run is out of stock 1, count hand-numbered green cover edition. The second in ivory, is limited to 1, non numbered copies. De l'excellente lecture en perspective.
Ce sont vraiment de beaux objets. L'objet est sublime.
Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Marcel Proust né à Paris XVIe (quartier d' Auteuil) le 10 juillet et mort à Paris le 18 novembre , est un écrivain. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Marcel Proust né à Paris XVIe (quartier d' Auteuil) le 10 Kindle Edition. $ · À la recherche du temps perdu V - La Prisonnière (édition enrichie) (French Edition) · Marcel Proust. Kindle Edition. $
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First Thousand Words in French. He understood life preternaturally well and wrote about it preternaturally well. More Details Availability date:. March Feb 28, Avis Black rated it did not like it Shelves: classics-i-loathed. But of course, this is ultimately a work of art and not of philosophy; and so In Search of Lost Time must be judged on literary grounds.