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    In Search Of Lost Times Volume 1: v. 1 (Hardback) Translated by Terence Kilmartin, By (author) Marcel Proust, Introduction by Prof. Harold Bloom, Translated by Scott Moncrieff

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    DescriptionIn the opening volume of Proust's great novel, the narrator travels backwards in time in order to tell the story of a love affair that had taken place before his own birth. Swann's jealous love for Odette provides a prophetic model of the narrator's own relationships. All Proust's great themes - time and memory, love and loss, art and the artistic vocation - are here in kernel form.


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    Title
    In Search Of Lost Times Volume 1: v. 1
    Authors and contributors
    Translated by Terence Kilmartin, By (author) Marcel Proust, Introduction by Prof. Harold Bloom, Translated by Scott Moncrieff
    Physical properties
    Format: Hardback
    Number of pages: 700
    Width: 136 mm
    Height: 208 mm
    Thickness: 38 mm
    Weight: 780 g
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9781841598963
    ISBN 10: 1841598968
    Classifications

    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: F1.1
    BIC subject category V2: FA
    BIC E4L: CLA
    BIC subject category V2: FC
    Warengruppen-Systematik des deutschen Buchhandels: 11110
    DC21: 843.912
    BISAC V2.8: FIC004000, FIC000000
    Thema V1.0: FBC, FBA
    Publisher
    Everyman
    Imprint name
    EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY
    Publication date
    29 June 2001
    Publication City/Country
    London
    Author Information
    Marcel Proust was born in Auteuil in 1871. In his twenties he became a conspicuous society figure, frequenting the most fashionable Paris salons of the day. After 1899, however, his suffering from chronic asthma, the death of his parents and his growing disillusionment with humanity caused him to lead an increasingly retired life. He slept by day and worked by night, writing letters and devoting himself to the completion of A la recherche du temps perdu. He died in 1922 before publication of the last three volumes of his great work.