In this compact volume readers just beginning Proust’s master work and those who are already enriched by it will become aware of a significance not unkown but only forgotten” — the basic structure of Proust’s enormous novel. The overall meaning of Proust’s book lies in his three ways of looking at the world — cinematographic, montage, and stereoscopic — and their varying effects on the emotions and the intellect.
Originally published in 1983.
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