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The final volume of In Search of Lost Time chronicles the years of World War I when as M de Charlus reflects on a moonlit walk Paris threatens to become another Pompe. Longtemps I asked myself if instead of reading Marcel Proust on my Kindle I shouldn t have bought physical books to read in my bed to perhaps be an inch closer to his conditions while he was writing his masterpiece as having a cork lined bedroom proved to be impossible this year Each time I started and finished a volume I would again ask myself if I should get a paperback edition instead However as I had already all seven volumes digitally and I knew such a big commitment of reading weekly sections for the entire year would eventually clash with other obligations I never got to switch and kept on reading on my Kindle for it was easier and convenient than carrying tree books from one place to another and it also allowed me to read in the darkWhile I was reading tonight just moments ago actually and I looked down at my Kindle screen something that I do constantly and also happens to be a reason for this desire to stop reading digitally as I feel it rushes my reading when I know that I m near the end of a chapter or to finishing the book and I keep calculating if the estimation is right or if it ll take me or less time instead I noticed the Time remaining information telling me that Time Regained would be over in 28 minutesLike uick flashes of lightning memories of all the previous six moments of when I was this close to finishing each volume along with the place I was reading them the season of the year the weather my mood jumped in front of me perhaps it would be accurate to say out of me initially blurring my vision and then completely blinding me as if they were trying to stop me because finishing this last volume would also end my first read of la recherche du temps perdu in which they were included and because of that still alive but fearing their afterlife was bound to be over in mere 28 minutes Wouldn t you do all that you could to stop Time or just to extend it a bit somehow if you knew you d be gone in a matter of minutesAs uickly as these memories surrounded me it s amazing how many things can happen so fast in a second inside of our heads I figured that they weren t trying to stop me from finishing the seventh volume they were actually standing over my shoulder to watch the birth of their little sibling the new special moment I would hold dear forever in myself to welcome it and of course to watch over me as I finished reading the novel that would be forever considered my favorite and the best thing I have ever read in my life Had I switched to physical books these sensations wouldn t have been triggered this way or perhaps different ones would have appeared Who knows I m just glad it all happened the way it did I know this isn t a proper review as it only accounts for my reading experience instead of actually addressing the book I made the conscious decision of not reviewing any of the volumes as I felt unprepared for I believe I still have so much to extract from these beloved pages and I want to wait until I do at least one read how could I stop now Even so I decided to acknowledge what just happened for I think this was an experience that I couldn t let go without writing at least a few as silly as they might be words specially after taking such a fondness for involuntary memories because of ProustDo yourself a favor pick up Swann s Way and meet him in case you haven t yetYou re most welcome

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Rtistic creation and the raw material for literature his past life This volume also includes the indispensable Guide to Proust an index to all six volumes of the nove. Wow Proust kills it with this last book in his masterpiece In Search of Lost Time He pulls it all together I loved Proust s reflections on literary and artistic creation reality memory pain death and time and how in Time Regained he draws all his themes together I m almost sad my stroll with Proust is over There are few books I ve ever wanted to start reading again immediately after finishing Today as I was setting down Time Regained I almost reached for Swann s Way I feel like there was so much I missed whole parts and pages I just didn t get in the beginning gems that dropped between the pages of my cognition At the same time I think THAT VERY lossregret is the essence and core of Proust the recognition that in the end his novel is just us writing ourselves My same need or desire to go back and read In Search of Lost Time again is similar to my desire to go back into my own past and re experience my youth with the knowledge I have now It is a futile but a very human desire It is an impulse created by recognizing the expanse and limitations of time and memory The genius of Proust is his ability to transport the reader to that point where we recognize the art within our own lives at the intersection of our memory and immediate experiences

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Ii Years later after the war's end Proust's narrator returns to Paris where Mme Verdurin has become the Princesse de Guermantes He reflects on time reality jealousy a. You made it After 2000 some odd pages you made it to the end of La Recherche Your reward is a breath taking description of Paris under falling bombs during WW I one of the most incredible passages that Proust ever wrote La Bal des Masues The Masked Ball and an end to the most incredible literary voyage ever attempted by an author He like Mozart and Bach literally died with the pen in his hand finishing his blessed cahiers notebooks in a race against death It is a perfect ending to one of the greatest stories ever put on paper and a worthy finish Don t forget to read Jean Yves Tadie s incredible biography of Proust available in both French and English George Painter s biography in two volumes also translated in French and English and enjoy the world of Marcel even

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About the Author: Marcel Proust

French novelist best known for his 3000 page masterpiece À la recherche du temps perdu Remembrance of Things Past or In Search of Lost Time a pseudo autobiographical novel told mostly in a stream of consciousness style Born in the first year of the Third Republic the young Marcel like his narrator was a delicate child from a bourgeois family He was active in Parisian high society during t



10 thoughts on “Le Temps retrouvé

  1. says:

    Longtemps I asked myself if instead of reading Marcel Proust on my Kindle I shouldn’t have bought physical books to read in my bed to perhaps be an inch closer to his conditions while he was writing his masterpiece as havi

  2. says:

    685 À la recherche du temps perdu VII Le Temps retrouvé Time Regained In Search of Lost Time #7 Marcel ProustVolume Seven Time Regained The final volume of In Search of Lost Time chronicles the years of World Wa

  3. says:

    This is not a review of this book This is a testimony of having reached the end of marcel Proust’s La Recherche du temps perdu as scheduled in The Year of Reading Proust 2013 I started on January 1st and finished it on December 29thI have actually read the 53 weekly reading divisions at least two times So I have read the full novel twice I also listened while reading to the 111 CDs of the Thélème audio editionIf the novel was written

  4. says:

    take that proust i have finished yousummer of proust is OVERif i were to make a collage of the final volume of proust i would use the following imagesthis one started off with some really tantalizing situations and then uickly backed off into philosophical abstractions dammit proust when you have gay bondage stay with gay bondage and war these are exciting themes don't drift off into thinky timethe frustration i have

  5. says:

    Somehow someway Proust sticks the landing This is the strongest part of the entire novel even surpassing the wonderful SWANN IN LOVE unifyiing both plot and thematics in an absolutely magical way If you're considering starting Proust and find yourself lost in the weeds know that all will become clear in the end There is some amusi

  6. says:

    You made it After 2000 some odd pages you made it to the end of La Recherche Your reward is a breath taking description of Paris under falling bombs during WW I one of the most incredible passages that Proust ever wrote La Bal des Ma

  7. says:

    My clearest memory of reading Swann's Way consists of pouring over one of the large illustrations softly colored and darkly lit and so much interesting than the Biomaterials lecture I was sitting in an aisle edge

  8. says:

    I did itMay 2014 – October 2017

  9. says:

    Wow Proust kills it with this last book in his masterpiece In Search of Lost Time He pulls it all together I loved Proust's reflections on literary and artistic creation reality memory pain death and time and how in 'Time Regained' he draws all his themes together I'm almost sad my stroll with Proust is over There are few books I've ever wanted to start reading again immediately after finishing Today as I was setting down 'Time Regained'

  10. says:

    I've been reading Proust for just over a year just a little a day I'm going to miss dipping into it it's become part of my life Sti

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