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La prisionera ; La fugitiva ; El tiempo…
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La prisionera ; La fugitiva ; El tiempo recobrado (original 1927; udgave 2005)

af Marcel Proust (Forfatter)

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One of the greatest translations of all time- Scott Moncrieff's classic version of Proust, published in three stunning clothbound volumes designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith. Proust's masterpiece is one of the seminal works of the twentieth century, recording its narrator's experiences as he grows up, falls in love and lives through the First World War. A profound reflection on art, time, memory, self and loss, it is often viewed as the definitive modern novel. C. K. Scott Moncrieff's famous translation from the 1920s is today regarded as a classic in its own right and is now available in three volumes in Penguin Classics. This third volume includes The Captive, The Sweet Cheat Goneand Time Regained. 'Scott Moncrieff's volumes belong to that special category of translations which are themselves literary masterpieces ... his book is one of those translations, such as the Authorized Version of the Bible itself, which can never be displaced' - A. N. Wilson 'For the reader wishing to tackle Proust your guide must be C K Scott Moncrieff ... There are some who believe his headily perfumed translation of la recherche du temps perdu conjures Belle poque France more vividly even than the original' - Telegraph 'I was more interested and fascinated by your rendering than by Proust's creation' - Joseph Conrad to Scott Moncrieff… (mere)
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Titel:La prisionera ; La fugitiva ; El tiempo recobrado
Forfattere:Marcel Proust (Forfatter)
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In Search of Lost Time: The Captive, The Fugitive & Time Regained af Marcel Proust (1927)

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Que dicir? A BELEZA! ( )
  acouso | Jan 12, 2021 |
I felt like Proust's mamma during the last 70 days. I couldn't ignore his plea for one more kiss - such a little boy, such huge, huge eyes. Yet, what a drain, that one! Ironic, that after 4200 pages of examination of the minutiae of a lifetime, Proust's In Search of Lost Time should leave me at the same train station, the same seaside resort, as Shunryu Suzuki's Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind. Two paths, as with Swann's Way and Guermantes Way, yet whether I recline in a beach chair, or sit in the lotus position on a towel, I similarly reflect on the sadness of suffering and impermanence, the preciousness of the present moment, that all is vanity, and, maybe it's just the sunlight, maybe it's always just the sunlight, but in reflecting I am yet at peace. So many words? Or, stopping thinking, no words? Same mind. Your mind, my mind, Proust's mind. Yet at the same time different...perhaps as much as arousal and enlightenment...for how come I smile at the thought of a Zen roshi whacking M. de Charlus with a stick? ( )
4 stem Ganeshaka | Jan 9, 2011 |
So far, I have to say that I'm appreciating this book more than the last. The first novel in this collection seems to be about the narrator's obsessive jealous, which is a far more interesting topic than why Mme. Verdurin wants to invite M. de Charlus to her dinner parties or not, which is what it seemed at times the entirety of "Cities of the Plain" was about. Obsession is almost always good copy. ( )
  TheDigitarian | Jun 14, 2010 |
Time Regained, p. 944, "But since strength of one kind can change into a strength of another kind, since heat which is stored up can become light and the electricity in a flash of lightning can cause a photograph to be taken, since the dull pain in our heart can hoist above itself like a banner the visible permanence of an image for every new grief, let us accept the physical injury which is done to us for the sake of the spiritual knowledge which grief brings; let us submit to the disintegration of our body, since each new fragment which breaks away from it returns in a luminous and significant form to add itself to our work, to complete it at the price of sufferings of which others more richly endowed have no need, to make our work at least more solid as our life crumbles away beneath the corrosive action of our emotions. Ideas come to us as the successors to griefs, and griefs, at the moment when they change into ideas, lose some part of their power to injure our heart; the transformation itself, even, for an instant, releases suddenly a little joy. But successors only in the order of time, for the primary element, it seems, is the Idea, and the grief is merely the mode in which certain ideas make their first entry into us. But within the tribe of ideas there are various families and some of them from the very first moment are joys." ( )
  maryannarae | May 27, 2009 |
After having spent 5+ years reading this entire work I was dreading reaching the end. It has been my constant companion through many changes in my life. After such an investment of time and effort the ending was bound to be a let down...but it wasn't. It was brilliant and completely rewarding. ( )
  BarbBrucker | Aug 15, 2007 |
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One of the greatest translations of all time- Scott Moncrieff's classic version of Proust, published in three stunning clothbound volumes designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith. Proust's masterpiece is one of the seminal works of the twentieth century, recording its narrator's experiences as he grows up, falls in love and lives through the First World War. A profound reflection on art, time, memory, self and loss, it is often viewed as the definitive modern novel. C. K. Scott Moncrieff's famous translation from the 1920s is today regarded as a classic in its own right and is now available in three volumes in Penguin Classics. This third volume includes The Captive, The Sweet Cheat Goneand Time Regained. 'Scott Moncrieff's volumes belong to that special category of translations which are themselves literary masterpieces ... his book is one of those translations, such as the Authorized Version of the Bible itself, which can never be displaced' - A. N. Wilson 'For the reader wishing to tackle Proust your guide must be C K Scott Moncrieff ... There are some who believe his headily perfumed translation of la recherche du temps perdu conjures Belle poque France more vividly even than the original' - Telegraph 'I was more interested and fascinated by your rendering than by Proust's creation' - Joseph Conrad to Scott Moncrieff

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