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Reading Proust Now


Mary Ann Caws and Eugène Nicole

Various ways of reading the Proustian corpus are presented here in an intentionally contrastive juxtaposition, by distinguished critics. The claim is that such an intensely complex work needs a panoply of differing approaches and affords them room, profiting from that very variety, particularly now.
Contents: Wide variety of approaches to the reading of Proust: textual, political, phenomenological, historical, genetic, and comparative.