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Mirages and Mad Beliefs:
Proust the Skeptic
Christopher Prendergast

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"In Mirages and Mad Beliefs, Prendergast identifies a skeptical strain in Proust's writing marking the novelist's resistance to his own apparent beliefs. This is the work of a major critic at the top of his game: witty, profound, and highly readable, while meeting top standards of scholarship in its display of erudition and respect for sources. It deserves to be widely read."--Michael Sheringham, University of Oxford

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