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Paintings in Proust

A Visual Companion to 'In Search of Lost Time'

Author: Eric Karpeles

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Category: Art

Page: 352

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A lavishly illustrated exploration of the ways in which Proust incorporated artists and the visual arts into his works reproduces two hundred signature examples of how he embedded subject choices, painting styles, and the appearances of other artists within his own pieces.

The Material Object in the Work of Marcel Proust

Author: Thomas Baldwin

Publisher: Peter Lang

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 188

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This book describes the development of Proust's treatment of material objects from his earliest work "Les Plaisirs et les jours" to his mature novel "A la recherche du temps perdu." It examines the literary influences on Proust's way with objects in the light of certain critical texts and reconsiders the significance of Ruskin. As the movement from unreflective and spontaneous representation to a meta-narrative of consciousness is traced, some questions as to the banality of the 'banal object' arise. The meta-narrative finds resonance in a peculiarly Proustian pictoriality which has been largely unnoticed. It resides in descriptions where objects appear simultaneously or at different times as things in paintings and in the real. By exploring connections between Proust's pictoriality and his reflections on 'matiere' and 'surface', the author suggests a radical approach to the modernism of "A la recherche du temps perdu.""

French 19th Century Painting and Literature: with Special Reference to the Relevance of Literary Subject-matter to French Painting

Author: Ulrich Finke

Publisher: Manchester University Press

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Category: Art and literature

Page: 390

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Proust and painting

Author: Maurice Eugène Chernowitz

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Category: Art in literature

Page: 261

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Proust's Imaginary Museum

Author: Gabrielle Townsend

Publisher: Peter Lang

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 232

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This study of Marcel Proust's creative imagination examines an aspect of the novel that has hitherto been largely overlooked: the author's dependence on secondary visual sources. Gabrielle Townsend argues that reproductions play a key role in the work's complex, multi-layered structure.

Proust

Collected Essays on the Writer and His Art

Author: J. M. Cocking

Publisher: CUP Archive

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Category: Literary Collections

Page: 307

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Briefly describes Proust's life, discusses the themes of Remembrance of Things Past, and examines his views on society, love, and art

Lost Time

Lectures on Proust in a Soviet Prison Camp

Author: Jozef Czapski

Publisher: New York Review of Books

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 128

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The first translation of painter and writer Józef Czapski's inspiring lectures on Proust, first delivered in a prison camp in the Soviet Union during World War II. During the Second World War, as a prisoner of war in a Soviet camp, and with nothing but memory to go on, the Polish artist and soldier Józef Czapski brought Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time to life for an audience of prison inmates. In a series of lectures, Czapski described the arc and import of Proust’s masterpiece, sketched major and minor characters in striking detail, and movingly evoked the work’s originality, depth, and beauty. Eric Karpeles has translated this brilliant and ­altogether unparalleled feat of the critical imagination into English for the first time, and in a thoughtful introduction he brings out how, in reckoning with Proust’s great meditation on memory, Czapski helped his fellow officers to remember that there was a world apart from the world of the camp. Proust had staked the art of the novelist against the losses of a lifetime and the imminence of death. Recalling that triumphant wager, unfolding, like Sheherazade, the intricacies of Proust’s world night after night, Czapski showed to men at the end of their tether that the past remained present and there was a future in which to hope.

The Art of Comics

A Philosophical Approach

Author: Aaron Meskin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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Category: Philosophy

Page: 224

View: 978

The Art of Comics is the first-ever collection of essays published in English devoted to the philosophical topics raised by comics and graphic novels. In an area of growing philosophical interest, this volume constitutes a great leap forward in the development of this fast expanding field, and makes a powerful contribution to the philosophy of art. The first-ever anthology to address the philosophical issues raised by the art of comics Provides an extensive and thorough introduction to the field, and to comics more generally Responds to the increasing philosophical interest in comic art Includes a preface by the renowned comics author Warren Ellis Many of the chapters are illustrated, and the book carries a stunning cover by the rising young comics star David Heatley

The Impact of Art on French Literature

From de Scudéry to Proust

Author: Helen Osterman Borowitz

Publisher: University of Delaware Press

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 242

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This book traces a direct line of tradition that unites the French precieux novel, Romantic and Symbolist literature, and Proust's novel cycle.

Proust/Warhol

Analytical Philosophy of Art

Author: David Carrier

Publisher: Peter Lang

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Category: Art

Page: 128

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Two of the most important modernist artists, Marcel Proust and Andy Warhol, also developed aesthetic theories. Proust presents imaginary artists – a composer, a painter, and a novelist. Warhol made paintings and sculptures; created art history writing, fiction, and films; and sponsored a rock group. Warhol most likely never read Proust, but because their ways of thinking contrast dramatically, much can be learned about both men’s art by comparing: the imaginary painting described by Proust to Warhol’s Marilyn Diptych; the ways that Proust and Warhol understand art-making; how Proust and Warhol define art; and the ways that Elstir’s studio differs from Warhol’s factory. Also discussed is the relationship of their homosexuality to their art. Proust/Warhol: Analytical Philosophy of Art employs three key intellectual tools: the aesthetic theory of Arthur Danto, the account of Proust by Joshua Landy, and the analysis of the art of living by Alexander Nehamas. Proust/Warhol concludes with a discussion of an issue of particular importance for Warhol, the relationship between art and fashion.

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