Marcel Proust

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Noun1.Marcel Proust - French novelist (1871-1922)Marcel Proust - French novelist (1871-1922)    
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Marcel Proust | 1871: Author Marcel Proust - A la Recherche du Temps Perdu (Remembrance Of Things Past) - was born in Paris.
Synopsis: Valentin Louis Georges Eugene Marcel Proust (10 July 1871--18 November 1922), better known as Marcel Proust, was a French novelist, critic, and essayist.
It was inspired by Marcel Proust's literary masterpiece 'Remembrance of Things Past,' or more popularly known as 'In Search of Lost Time.'
Lavishly illustrated with black-and-white sketches and caricatures on almost every page, Proust for Beginners is a guide to the life and works of French novelist Marcel Proust (1871-1922), who is particularly well-known for the modernist classic "In Search of Lost Time".
Des lettres (rares) adressees a son pere, des manuscrits parfois inedits, des dessins, des portraits de famille : c'est l'univers intime de l'ecrivain francais, Marcel Proust, qui sera mis aux encheres a Paris le 31 mai.
THE French writer Marcel Proust claimed his most famous novel was inspired by the smell of a biscuit.
The Ritz Hotel Paris' fame is in part due to its famous guests, which have included Coco Chanel, Charlie Chaplin, Marcel Proust and Ernest Hemmingway.
Like the prose of Marcel Proust, Roussel's oeuvre marks the encounter of Victorian representational styles and ideas about time with those that would come to characterize modernism.
My favourite writers are Shakespeare, Jane Austen and Marcel Proust.
BORN ANT McPartlin, TV presenter, 1975, above OWEN Wilson, American actor, 1968 PETER Schmeichel, Danish goalkeeper, 1963 DIED JAMES Coburn, American actor, 2002, above JOE Kennedy, US family patriarch, 1969 Marcel Proust, French author, 1922