The Cambridge Companion to Proust by Richard BalesThe Cambridge Companion to Proust by Richard Bales

The Cambridge Companion to Proust

EditorRichard Bales

Hardcover | June 18, 2001

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The Cambridge Companion to Proust provides a broad account of the major features of Marcel Proust's great work A la recherche du temps perdu (1913-1927). The specially commissioned essays, by acknowledged experts on Proust, address a wide range of issues relating to his work. Progressing from background and biographical material, the chapters investigate such essential areas as the composition of the novel, its social dimension, the language in which it is couched, its intellectual parameters and its humor.
Title:The Cambridge Companion to ProustFormat:HardcoverPublished:June 18, 2001Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:052166019X

ISBN - 13:9780521660198

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Table of Contents

Introduction Richard Bales; 1. From Belle Epoque to First World War: the social panorama Cynthia Gamble; 2. The vast structure of recollection: from life to literature William C. Carter; 3. Ruskin and the cathedral of lost souls Diane R. Leonard; 4. The birth and development of A la recherche du temps perdu Marion Schmid; 5. Lost and found: the structure of Proust's novel Roger Shattuck; 6. Proust's Narrator Brian Rogers; 7. The unconscious Jack Jordan; 8. The texture of Proust's novel Joshua Landy; 9. Proust's human comedy Hollie Markland Harder; 10. Proust and social spaces Edward J. Hughes; 11. Love, sexuality and friendship Alison Finch; 12. Proust and the fine arts Richard Bales; 13. Proust and posterity David Ellison; Proust and the art of brevity Malcolm Bowie.

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"...the panoramic view of approaches that it offers is valuable...the collection will be most useful for upper-division undergraduate and graduate students who have read some Proust and seek a critical overview of the major topics and themes in Prouse scholarship." CHOICE