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Proust

 (pro͞ost), Marcel 1871-1922.
French writer whose seven-part novel Remembrance of Things Past (1913-1927) is noted for its detailed portrayal of the psychology of memory.

Proust′i·an adj.

Proust

(French prust)
n
1. (Biography) Joseph Louis (ʒozɛf lwi). 1754–1826, French chemist, who formulated the law of constant proportions
2. (Biography) Marcel (marsɛl). 1871–1922, French novelist whose long novel À la recherche du temps perdu (1913–27) deals with the relationship of the narrator to themes such as art, time, memory, and society

Proust

(prust)

n.
1. Joseph Louis, 1754–1826, French chemist.
2. Marcel, 1871–1922, French novelist.
Proust′i•an, adj.
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Proust is leading the EU Parliament's deliberations over an investment-screening law proposed in September by the European Commission, the 28-nation bloc's regulatory arm.
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.
Proust and His Banker: In Search of Time Squandered examines some 350 letters between Proust and his cousin and financial adviser Lionel Hauser, examining links between financial savvy and artistic expression and considering the fictional characters that evolved from Proust's pen and perspective on money.
Proust fue para Neruda "el mas grande realista poetico" y Bliss represento en su vida "una cicatriz que no se ha borrado".
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".
Il y a des portraits de famille dont plusieurs representent Marcel Proust lui-meme, mais aussi des portraits de ses amis.
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As any great writer, Proust leans upon tradition, which he denies when his own originality comes to be manifested.
Aproximar a obra de Marcel Proust do modernismo literario atualmente e como reproduzir um juizo estabelecido e quase um lugar-comum.
The relation between the French novelist Marcel Proust and the Spanish-speaking New World has been studied in only a few books.
Based on decades of correspondence between Proust and his associates, the book contains individual chapters are devoted to biographical details of four men: Venezuelan musician Reynaldo Hahn (who was ProustAEs lover), Argentinian dandy Gabriel de Yturri, Cuban poet Jos&lt;AEe&gt;-Maria de Heredia, and Mexican literary critic Ramon Fernandez.
Proust ne pouvait ne pas etre insensible a Moreau qui a exerce une fascination considerable autant sur la scene litteraire que sur la scene picturale a la fin du XIXe siecle en France.