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Marcel Proust : Critical Heritage - Leighton Hodson

Marcel Proust

Critical Heritage

By: Leighton Hodson (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 6th March 1997
ISBN: 9780415159135
Number Of Pages: 440

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Marcel Proust (1871-1922). Major international novelist, essayist and critic. Writings include: Remembrance of Times Past. Volume covers the period 1896-1931. Extras: Posthumous works, critical essays and tributes.
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General Editor's Prefacep. vii
Prefacep. xv
Acknowledgementsp. xvi
Summary Bibliography of Proust's Workp. xviii
Introductionp. 1
Les Plaisirs Et Les Joursp. 59
Anatole France on Les Plaisirs Et Les Joursp. 59
Paul Perret on Les Plaisirs Et Les Joursp. 61
Léon Blum on Les Plaisirs Et Les Joursp. 62
Fernand Gregh on Les Plaisirs Et Les Joursp. 63
Charles Maurras on Les Plaisirs Et Les Joursp. 64
Pruning the Laurelsp. 65
Jean Lorrain on Les Plaisirs Et Les Joursp. 66
André Chaumeix on Proust and Ruskinp. 68
Translations from Ruskinp. 68
Henri Bergson on Proust and Ruskinp. 69
André Beaunier on Proust and Ruskinp. 71
Henry-D. Davray on Proust and Ruskinp. 73
The Manuscript of Du Côté De Chez Swannp. 75
Swann's First Critic: a Confidential Reportp. 75
élie-Joseph Bois and Proust's Defence of Swannp. 82
Du Côté De Chez Swannp. 82
Lucien Daudet on Swannp. 85
Marcel Drouet on Swannp. 88
Mary Duclaux on Swannp. 89
Notesp. 92
Francis Chevassu on Swannp. 92
Paul Souday on Swannp. 94
André Arnyvelde: an Interview with Proustp. 97
Maurice Rostand on Swannp. 100
Lucien Maury on Swannp. 101
Henri Ghéon on Swannp. 105
G.De Pawlowski on Swannp. 108
Paul Abram on Swannp. 110
André Chaumeix on Swannp. 111
Louis Latourette on Swannp. 115
Jacques-émile Blanche on Swannp. 116
F. Jean-Monique on Swannp. 118
Henri Potez on Swannp. 119
A-a L'ombre Des Jeunes Filles En Fleurs and the Goncourt Prizep. 121
Abel Hermant on Jeunes Fillesp. 121
Louis Léon-Martin: in the Shadow of a Pimply Youthp. 122
Binet-Valmer on Jeunes Fillesp. 124
Jacques Rivière on the Prix Goncourtp. 125
Jean Pellerin on the Prix Goncourtp. 126
Léon Daudet on the Prix Goncourtp. 127
Jean De Pierrefeu on the Goncourt Prizep. 128
André Billy on Swann and Jeunes Fillesp. 130
Jacques Rivière on the Prix Goncourtp. 131
Rachilde on Jeunes Fillesp. 132
B-on Proust's Reputation Up to His Deathp. 133
Jean De Pierrefeu on Proust's Subjectivismp. 133
Fernand Vandérem on the Goncourt Prizep. 136
Jacques Rivière on Proust as Analystp. 138
Maurice Levaillant on the Prix Goncourtp. 141
Albert Thibaudet on Proust as Analystp. 142
Pierre Lasserre on Jeunes Filles En Fleursp. 147
M. C. Marx on New Trends in the Novelp. 150
Mauriac on the Renewal of the Novelp. 152
Gide on the Riches of Proust's Workp. 153
Paul Souday on Guermantes and Sg Ip. 157
Roger Allard on Morality and Realismp. 158
Henri De Régnier on Guermantes II and Sg Ip. 159
Charles Du Bos on the Creative Impulse in Proustp. 160
Jacques Boulenger on Proust's Analysesp. 163
René Rousseau on Proust's Psychology and Artp. 164
Roger Allard on the Relativity of Proust's Moralismp. 168
Henry Bidou on Sg IIp. 170
Fernand Vandérem on Sg IIp. 173
Pierre Billotey: a Cartoon in Wordsp. 175
An Unsigned Review of Swann's Wayp. 176
An Unsigned Posthumous Appreciationp. 181
Léon Daudet on Proust and Balzacp. 183
Edmond Jaloux: an Obituary and an Appreciationp. 184
Elizabeth Bibesco: an Obituary and a Portraitp. 185
A Posthumous Appreciationp. 187
An Unsigned Posthumous Appreciationp. 191
Middleton Murry on Proust's Sensibilityp. 193
Tributes and Assessmentsp. 198
André Gide on Les Plaisirs Et Les Joursp. 198
Albert Thibaudet on Proust and Traditionp. 199
Jacques Boulenger Justifies Proust's Digressionsp. 202
Edmond Jaloux on Proust's Psychological Analysesp. 203
Louis Martin-Chauffier on Analytical Proceduresp. 207
Robert De Traz on Proust and the Subconsciousp. 208
Camille Vettard on Style and the Theme of Timep. 210
Emma Cabire on Subjectivism and Lovep. 212
Roger Allard on Proust and Paintingp. 214
Francois Fosca on Period Colour in Proustp. 216
Paul Fierens on Proust's Modernismp. 217
Ernst-Robert Curtius on Proust's Originalityp. 219
José Ortega Y Gasset on Proust's Innovatory Visionp. 222
Henry Charpentier: a Post Mortem Viewp. 228
Francis Birrell on Proust as Analystp. 232
Ralph Wright on Proust's Insightsp. 235
Catherine Carswell on Proust's Women Charactersp. 240
Ethel Colburn Mayne on the Magic of Proustp. 245
A. B. Walkley on Proust's Insightsp. 247
J. Middleton Murry on Proust in Search of the Grailp. 250
Joseph Conrad on Proust's Creativityp. 253
George Saintsbury on Proust's Originalityp. 254
Arthur Symons: Some Comparisonsp. 256
Arnold Bennett: Some Stricturesp. 259
Edmond Jaloux on Proust's Immediate Posthumous Reputationp. 261
André Coeuroy on Proust and Musicp. 263
Posthumous Works and Critical Essaysp. 265
Albert Thibaudet on La Prisonnièrep. 265
Robert Kemp on La Prisonnièrep. 267
Unsigned Review of La Prisonnièrep. 268
Mauriac on La Prisonnièrep. 271
Fernand Vandérem on La Prisonnièrep. 273
Dominique Braga: an Assessment of Proust's Individualityp. 275
Norbert Guterman on La Prisonnièrep. 279
A. B. Walkley on the Death of Albertinep. 280
André Germain on La Prisonnièrep. 282
Jacques Robertfrance on Proust and Freudp. 284
Benjamin Crémieux: a Posthumous Assessmentp. 286
Cyril Falls on Proust as Satiristp. 293
Philip Guedalla on Proustp. 299
Guy De Pourtalès on Proust and Ruskinp. 300
Jacques Rivière on Proust's Sensibilityp. 301
A. B. Walkley on Proust's Modern Jealousyp. 304
Curtius on Proust's Handling of Realityp. 306
Edith Wharton on Proust and Traditionp. 307
Edmond Jaloux on Albertine Disparuep. 313
Benjamin Crémieux on New Developments in Proustp. 314
Fernand Vandérem on Albertine Disparuep. 320
Albert Thibaudet on Albertine Disparuep. 326
Armand Pierhal on Albertine Disparuep. 328
Eugène Montfort on Albertine Disparuep. 331
John Charpentier on Albertine Disparuep. 332
Raphael Cor on Proust as Moralistp. 334
Ramon Fernandez: Some Stricturesp. 337
Jacques Massoulier on Albertine Disparuep. 344
Notesp. 348
G. Turquet-Milnes on Proust and the European Traditionp. 348
Janko Lavrin on Proust and Dostoevskyp. 353
Jessie Murray on Proust and Ruskinp. 355
E. M. Forster on Musical and Rhythmic Patterns in La Recherchep. 359
Gabriel Marcel on Le Temps Retrouvép. 361
Benjamin Crémieux on Le Temps Retrouvép. 365
John Charpentier on Le Temps Retrouvép. 369
Louis Emié on Proust's Humourp. 371
Pierre F. Quesnoy on Proust as Moralistp. 372
Raphael Cor on Proust and Schopenhauerp. 374
Ramon Fernandez on Aesthetic Theoryp. 376
Clive Bell on Proustp. 382
Unsigned Review of the Sweet Cheat Gonep. 388
Louis De Robert on Proust's 'Method'p. 389
Pierre Abraham: a Comparison with Montaigne and Rousseaup. 393
Samuel Beckett on Proust's Style and Visionp. 395
F. C. Green on a New Psychologyp. 396
André Maurois on Proust and Ruskinp. 400
Ernest Seillière on Observation Versus Metaphysics in La Recherchep. 401
Edmund Wilson: Assessment and Placing of Proust in Recent Literary Historyp. 403
Bibliographyp. 409
Select Indexp. 411
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ISBN: 9780415159135
ISBN-10: 041515913X
Series: Critical Heritage
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 440
Published: 6th March 1997
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0  x 2.9
Weight (kg): 0.7
Edition Number: 1