This book presents a broad range of interpretations pertaining to very diverse aspects of the M. Proust's work, stemming from a number of fields of interpretations. It is based on an international symposium convened at Princeton University on 22 and 23 April 2006.
Table of Contents
Preamble 1. The Disquieting Strangeness of Marcel Proust 2. The Formalist, the Spider, and the Phenomenologist: Proust in the Magic Mirror of the Twentieth Century 3. Quel Marcel!': And Other Oddities of the Narrator's Designations in A la recherche du temps perdu 4. Strange Jewishness: Essay on the Treatment of Jewish Identity in Proust 5. Proust's Singhalese Song (A Strange Little Story) 6. A Proustian 'Metterza' 7. Da capo: Accumulations and Explosions 8. Other Eyes: Proust and the Myths of Photography 9. Truth and Justice' 10. Reading Proust Between the Lines