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How can I ever retrieve all the thoughts I had about the fifth book in Prousts seven-volume series actually the eight in my ten-volume edition. It begins to seem like a sadly futile recherche du temps perdu. And yet, the urge to write something, I often wonder for whom I write my reviews, of course for myself most definitely, it bothers me a lot to leave a book unreviewed now that I have adopted It will soon be a year since I read this book so writing a review of it now seems almost impossible. And yet, the urge to write something, I often wonder for whom I write my reviews, of course for myself most definitely, it bothers me a lot to leave a book unreviewed now that I have adopted this practice of recording impressions left on my mind by what I have read, that by posting them in a public place, I intend the words to be read by others as in the diaries people wrote hoping they might be published one day and which surely were being censored as they wrote, so yes, I censor as I write and Proust did too, searching for just the right coded formula with which to convey his preoccupations most clearly and most opaquely at the very same time, a neat trick, and confusing sometimes, especially when I try to do it. Now you are confused too, no doubt, if you are still reading.

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How can I ever retrieve all the thoughts I had about the fifth book in Prousts seven-volume series actually the eight in my ten-volume edition. It begins to seem like a sadly futile recherche du temps perdu.

And yet, the urge to write something, I often wonder for whom I write my reviews, of course for myself most definitely, it bothers me a lot to leave a book unreviewed now that I have adopted It will soon be a year since I read this book so writing a review of it now seems almost impossible.

And yet, the urge to write something, I often wonder for whom I write my reviews, of course for myself most definitely, it bothers me a lot to leave a book unreviewed now that I have adopted this practice of recording impressions left on my mind by what I have read, that by posting them in a public place, I intend the words to be read by others as in the diaries people wrote hoping they might be published one day and which surely were being censored as they wrote, so yes, I censor as I write and Proust did too, searching for just the right coded formula with which to convey his preoccupations most clearly and most opaquely at the very same time, a neat trick, and confusing sometimes, especially when I try to do it.

Now you are confused too, no doubt, if you are still reading. And yes, he wrote that line one hundred years ago. So, my long, meandering, crookedly expressed argument is building up to a particular point: that my memory, even if it were able, has failed to save a copy of my initial impressions on reading this book.

But fortunately for you I have a way to regain that lost time. Yes, I can step back in time and reread the online discussions in which I participated here on gr last year while I was reading Proust. He likens the sonata to a Bellini angel playing a lute view spoiler [ hide spoiler ] whereas the septet is a Mantegna archangel blowing a military style trumpet view spoiler [ hide spoiler ]. And what does this trumpet announce?

He seems to be saying that it reminds him of all the embryonic writerly episodes of his life so far; that it is leading him towards his destiny as a writer.

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Proust eventually arranged with the publisher Grasset to pay the cost of publication himself. When published it was advertised as the first of a three-volume novel Bouillaguet and Rogers , —7. Gallimard the publishing arm of NRF offered to publish the remaining volumes, but Proust chose to stay with Grasset. This freed Proust to move to Gallimard, where all of the subsequent volumes were published. Meanwhile, the novel kept growing in length and in conception. When published, the novel was awarded the Prix Goncourt in It was the last volume over which Proust supervised publication before his death in November

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