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    1. The discovery of what could be the only footage of Marcel Proust offers a tantalising glimpse of the “rechercheur” as a young, haut bourgeois socialite far from the cork-lined ...

    2. A Canadian university professor claims to have found the only existing moving picture of French writer Marcel Proust. The black-and-white footage of a wedding cortege filmed in ...

    3. A scholar from the Université Laval in Quebec just unearthed the only known film of French author Marcel Proust, best known for his monumental work “In Search of Lost Time.” (It ...

    4. In search of lost Proust: Film may show revered author

      AFP Relax News via Yahoo News4 days ago

      An oval face with a thin black moustache, descending the steps of a Paris church: Is this the only known footage showing the French literary giant Marcel Proust? A Canadian researcher ...

    5. Marcel Proust, Caught on Film

      The New Yorker3 days ago

      Was it possible that the professor was looking at a lost moving image of the great French novelist? On Wednesday, Sirois-Trahan published an article presenting his discovery in the Revue D..

    6. Is this the only known glimpse of Marcel Proust in a motion picture? A university professor has discovered silent black-and-white film footage from 1904 showing a man wearing a ...

    7. In the more than a century since Marcel Proust was first published, the name of the great French novelist has come to be associated with many things, but film footage is not one ...

    8. In the fifth volume of In Search of Lost Time , Marcel Proust wrote, “Man is the creature who cannot escape from himself, who knows other people only in himself, and when he asserts ...

    9. Supreme Court Justice Breyer talks art _ in French

      Associated Press via Yahoo News7 days ago

      Breyer once told an interviewer that he learned French by reading the works of writer Marcel Proust while working as an intern at a law firm in Paris.

    10. This Week in Fiction: Lore Segal

      The New Yorker13 hours ago

      It starts with an epigraph from Marcel Proust that proposes that there comes a time when the dearest friends no longer have what it takes to cross the street to see one another ...

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