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French novelist, critic and essayist

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Me Reading Stuff
Episode 381: Goodbye.

Me Reading Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 6:34


“There is a charming quality, is there not,” he said to me, “in this silence; for hearts that are wounded, as mine is , a novelist whom you will read in time to come, claims that there is no remedy but silence and shadow.  And see you this, my boy, there comes in all lives a time, towards which you still have far to go, when the weary eyes can endure but one kind of light; the light which a fine evening like this prepares for us in the stillroom of darkness, when the ears can listen to no music save what the moonlight breathes through the flute of silence.” - Marcel Proust, Swann's Way."A solitary, unused to speaking of what he sees and feels, has mental experiences which are at once more intense and less articulate than those of a gregarious man. They are sluggish yet more wayward, and never without a melancholy tinge. Sights and impressions which others brush aside with a glance, a light comment, a smile, occupy him more than their due; they sink silently in, they take on meaning, they become experience, emotion, adventure. Solitude gives birth to the original in us, to beauty unfamiliar and perilous - to poetry." - Thomas Mann, Death in Venice "Good feeling, won't you stay with me just a little longer?" - Violent Femmes "I'll be so alone without you. Maybe you'll be lonesome too." - Price, King & Stewart, You Belong to MeLINKS:Buy Frank Spicer's "My Vocabulary Did This to Me: The Collected Poetry of Jack Spicer".Send your questions/comments/concerns to: info@robynoneil.comMy website: www.robynoneil.com"We shall find peace. We shall hear angels, we shall see the sky sparkling with diamonds."Anton Chekhov

Cultura
Cabaret, Asterix e Obelix e homenagens a Picasso prometem animar a agenda cultural francesa de 2023

Cultura

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 7:29


O ano novo revela também o início de uma agenda cultural trepidante para 2023 na França. Pablo Picasso e Marcel Proust serão lembrados em diversos projetos, pelos aniversários de morte. O mundo das artes visuais ainda terá exposições de Degas, Manet, Warhol e Basquiat. A dupla Asterix e Obelix volta às telas esse ano como um dos maiores lançamentos do cinema, enquanto os musicais animam a noite parisiense. Andréia Gomes Durão, da RFI Nas artes visuais, o mundo lembra os 50 anos da morte do mais francês dos espanhóis, o pintor Pablo Picasso. Além disso, a partir de março, o Museu d'Orsay promove um confronto da obra de Edgar Degas com a de Édouard Manet. Outro “duelo” ocupa a Fundação Louis Vuitton, a partir de abril, com uma centena de telas pintadas a quatro mãos pela dupla Andy Warhol e Jean-Michel Basquiat. Enquanto essas mostras não começam, o público já pode visitar “Décadrage Colonial” (Desconstrução Colonial, em tradução livre), no Centro Pompidou, que explora uma densa história da representação do corpo negro. A exposição exibe fotos do próprio acervo do museu. As imagens mostram imagens pseudocientíficos, fantasias exóticas, erotização, e têm como ponto de partida a Exposição Colonial de 1931, em Paris, e as reações que o evento provocou. “É preciso lembrar que a exposição colonial era uma vitrine do império francês, com 8 milhões de visitantes. Uma produção ilustrada, visual, de produtos derivados, com os visitantes convidados a fazerem ‘a volta ao mundo' em um único dia. E os [artistas] surrealistas, assim como os militantes coloniais da esquerda, se organizam para denunciar essa colonização que é principalmente econômica, mas, também, cultural”, explica Damarice Amao, assistente do gabinete de fotografia do Museu Nacional de Arte Moderna da França e que assina a curadoria da exposição. "Em busca do tempo perdido" Na literatura, 2023 também continua lembrando os cem anos da morte de Marcel Proust (em 22 de novembro de 1922) e a Biblioteca Nacional da França rende homenagem ao autor com uma exposição que evidencia, principalmente, o processo de produção e criação do escritor francês. “O que vai impressionar o público é até que ponto Proust trabalha: ele corrige, escreve à mão, escreve nas entrelinhas, cola papéis quando não tem mais espaço, assim como também faz decupagens para ir mais rápido no seu trabalho, porque ele sempre tinha medo de morrer antes de acabar. E foi o que aconteceu no final. É o trabalho de um homem que estava muito doente, e não é uma doença imaginária, ele realmente sofria de asma, o que não se podia tratar na época", revela Nathalie Mauriac Dyer, diretora de pesquisa do Instituto francês de Textos e Manuscritos Modernos e do Centro Nacional da Pesquisa Científica (CNRS, na sigla em francês). Dyer acrescenta que "Ele [Proust] muito frequentemente tinha crises de asma, o que o impedia de trabalhar. Mas quando ele trabalhava, o fazia de uma forma hercúlea, de uma forma feroz”. Nomeada com o título de sua obra que se tornaria uma das mais importantes da literatura mundial, a exposição “Em busca do tempo perdido” é ambientada na estética da Belle Époque para inserir o visitante na atmosfera mundana vivida por Proust. Enquanto as editoras competem por lançamentos em torno do autor, histórias em quadrinhos, reedições de sua correspondência, múltiplos romances e ensaios ressuscitam o escritor e sua obra nas livrarias. Encontro de dois mundos Já os afeitos à arte mas também à história podem visitar a mostra “Splendeurs des oasis d'Ouzbékistan” (Esplendores dos oásis do Uzbequistão), que ocupa o Museu do Louvre. A exposição traz pinturas murais tiradas dos palácios dos príncipes, joias em ouro, alguns dos mais antigos exemplares conhecidos do Corão, estátuas de perfil grego ou influenciadas pelo budismo. O evento é uma viagem que atravessa sete séculos de história, passando pelas rotas da seda e por uma grande pluralidade de culturas. “A ideia central é o meio entre dois grandes polos, da história antiga até hoje, com a China a leste e o Mediterrâneo, com suas diferentes civilizações, a oeste. O que faz dessa região da Ásia Central um local de diferentes culturas, que liga também o sul e o norte, como o Cazaquistão atual e até mesmo a Sibéria”, conta Rocco Rante, arqueólogo do Departamento de Arte Islâmica do Louvre, que responde pela curadoria científica da mostra. A inauguração teve a presença do chefe de Estado francês, Emmanuel Macron, e do presidente uzbeque, Chavkat Mirzioev. São quase 180 obras de valor inestimável e algumas nunca saíram desta ex-república soviética da Ásia Central, que se tornou essencial no jogo diplomático. Outra exposição, literalmente faraônica, poderá ser visitada a partir de abril, no grande salão de La Villette, que recebe a mostra “Ramsés”. Depois do sucesso de Tutancâmon, o público é convidado a mergulhar no coração do reino de um dos maiores construtores do antigo Egito. Serão mais de 180 peças originais, em que algumas nunca saíram do Egito. "Ramsés e o Ouro dos Faraós" tratá a Paris um tesouro de mais de 3 mil anos entre joias, máscaras reais, além de móveis dos túmulos inviolados da cidade de Tanis. A exposição também oferecerá uma experiência de realidade virtual para o visitante descobrir o templo de Abu Simbel e a tumba de Nefertari. Dos quadrinhos para as telas Dos museus para os cinemas, quem volta à grande tela é uma dupla velha conhecida do público francês. O filme “Asterix e Obelix: O Império do Meio”, dirigido por Guillaume Canet e com um orçamento colossal de € 65 milhões, estreia em fevereiro. Enquanto isso, outro herói das histórias em quadrinhos, Tintim, inspira “Le Parfum Vert” (O Perfume Verde), um filme de espionagem lúdico e engraçado do diretor Nicolas Pariser. “Eu me dei conta de que alguns desenhos de Tintim se pareciam muito com os filmes de Hitchcock, filmes contemporâneos, dos anos 30, se pareciam muito. Eu assisti tanto que, em um determinado momento, me dei conta de que deveria tentar fazer a mesma coisa, na França, hoje. E foi o que aconteceu: Voilà O Perfume Verde”, resume o cineasta.  Mas para quem prefere acreditar que Paris é sempre uma festa, como Hemingway, o mundo dos espetáculos também reserva surpresas. Depois de renunciar aos shows de dançarinas com plumas, o Lido de Paris passa a investir nos musicais. E para inaugurar esta nova fase da icônica casa de shows, nada mais glamuroso do que o clássico musical "Cabaret". O público assiste o espetáculo como se estivesse no Kit Kat Club, com direito a beber enquanto acompanha a performance. "Escolhemos essa forma artística, que consiste em abolir ‘a quarta parede', quer dizer, o obstáculo entre o público e os artistas”, celebra o novo diretor artístico da casa, Jean-Luc Choplin, para quem "o mundo dos espetáculos nunca irá parar". Fiel à versão original, "Cabaret" remete o público à atmosfera de perigo da Berlim dos anos 1930, traduzida pelos filmes em preto e branco, explica Robert Carsen, que responde pela mise en scène do show: “Pensei nessa angústia que eu absolutamente queria levar para o palco, de lembrar as pessoas do perigo do avanço da extrema direita, da ideologia que levou, nessa época, a eventos absolutamente inimagináveis, e de se lembrar do perigo disso neste momento. Nós não estamos à salvo, na França, na Europa, no mundo inteiro. Nós vivemos um momento perigoso.” * Os entrevistados foram ouvidos pelos jornalistas da RFI Muriel Maalouf, Sophie Torlotin, Sébastien Jédor e Isabelle Chenu.

il posto delle parole
Aurelio Musi "Maria Sofia"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 23:05


Aurelio Musi"Maria Sofia"L'ultima regina del SudNeri Pozzahttps://neripozza.itUltima regina di Napoli per poco più di un anno, Maria Sofia di Baviera è l'eroina che dagli spalti di Gaeta infonde coraggio a quel che rimane dell'esercito borbonico annientato dall'arrembaggio piemontese. Alta, slanciata, elegante nel portamento no - bile e grazioso, con una magnifica capigliatura castana, bellissimi occhi di color azzurro-cupo, Maria Sofia trascorre l'infanzia e l'adolescenza nel castello di Possenhofen, dove le giovani Wittelsbach si esercitano in lunghe galoppate a caccia di animali selvatici. Oltre alle passeggiate a cavallo, pratica la scherma, il nuoto, la ginnastica, la danza, riceve una solida educazione musicale e una formazione al gusto estetico secondo i modelli ereditati dalle corti europee d'antico regime. È molto affascinata dalla fotografia: una passione che le rimarrà tutta la vita. Come la sorella Elisabetta, Sissi, futura imperatrice d'Austria, è solita girare da sola per la città e fumare piccoli sigari in pubblico. Non rispetta l'etichetta di corte e coltiva i rapporti umani, che intrattiene anche con persone umili. Fin da ragazza è esuberante, indipendente, anticonformista, nonostante i tentativi della madre Ludovica di frenarne gli eccessi. Divenuta in extremis regina di Napoli, esercita tutto il suo fascino e il suo carisma per riconquistare il consenso dei sudditi, assai ridotto per la debole personalità del marito. Proprio per questo è considerata un temibile nemico dai liberali unitari italiani. Contro di lei viene anche montata una violenta campagna diffamatoria attraverso la diffusione di fotomontaggi che la raffigurano nuda e in pose erotiche. La biografia di Maria Sofia va ben oltre il breve periodo del regno napoletano. In collegamento con gli anarchici, alimenta la destabilizzazione del Regno d'Italia e probabilmente ha qualche parte nell'ispirare l'attentato a Umberto I: giura vendetta ai Savoia, che le hanno sottratto un regno e le sue ricchezze. Dopo i dieci anni di esilio a Roma, ospite di Pio IX, l'ultima sovrana del Regno delle Due Sicilie vive tra Austria, Ungheria, Francia, Germania. Muore a Monaco nel 1925. Nella sua lunga vita ispira scrittori e artisti. Chi ne fa un monumento, in cui lei si riconosce, è Marcel Proust nella Recherche. A lungo Luchino Visconti accarezza l'idea, poi sfumata, di realizzare un film sulla sua vita affidando a Greta Garbo la parte della protagonista.Aurelio Musi è stato professore ordinario di Storia Moderna e preside della facoltà di Scienze Politiche nell'Università degli Studi di Salerno. È membro della Real Academia de la Historia, condirettore di«Nuova Rivista Storica». È editorialista delle pagine napoletane de la Repubblica. Tra i suoi volumi più recenti: L'impero dei viceré (Bologna, Il Mulino, 2013), Il Regno di Napoli (Brescia, Morcelliana, 2015), Freud e la storia (Soveria Mannelli, Rubbettino, 2015), Mito e realtà della nazione napoletana (Napoli, Guida, 2016), La catena di comando. Re e viceré nel sistema imperiale spagnolo (Roma, Società Editrice Dante Alighieri, 2017), Storie d'Italia (Brescia, Morcelliana, 2018), Masaniello. Il Masaniellismo e la degradazione di un mito (Soveria Mannelli, Rubbettino, 2019) e Un vivaio di storia (Milano, Biblion, 2020).IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it

The Gilded Gentleman
Edith Wharton's Paris

The Gilded Gentleman

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 52:29 Very Popular


XXXIII: In celebration of Edith Wharton's birthday on January 24, The Gilded Gentleman takes a look at a very special part of Wharton's life - her life in Paris.  Wharton knew Paris from her childhood and made many trips there as a young married adult. But in her early 40's, the city became something more for her - it became a place where she finally felt connected and grounded as a creative and artistic woman. And to her surprise, it was a place where she found romantic love with a man (not her husband) at a most unexpected time in her life. This episode takes a look at where and how Wharton lived in her years in Paris - and why and how she ultimately transferred her life to France, leaving her American life behind -- except in her most famous fiction. We'll take a look at Paris the city as well, how it was evolving in the early years of the 20th century and just who some of the most artistic spirits were at the time, including Marcel Proust and Andre Gide and which became Wharton's most influential mentors and friends. Produced by Bowery Boys Media, edited by Kieran Gannon.FURTHER LISTENING:A Sprig of Witch Hazel: Edith Wharton's Secret Love AffairEdith Wharton's New York  

Vision For Life
Episode 112 | Best Reads Of 2022

Vision For Life

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 52:24


Resources mentioned in this episode:Spiritual Life"A Model of Christian Maturity" by D.A. Carson (https://amazon.com/dp/0801093953)"Keeping Place" by Jen Pollock Michel (https://amazon.com/dp/B0722P5FR9)Biography and History"Dominion" by Tom Holland (https://amazon.com/dp/B07NCY9RG9)"Out of our Past" by Carl N. Degler (https://amazon.com/dp/0061319856)"Martin Luther, Vol 2" by Martin Brecht (https://amazon.com/dp/0800628144)"Martin Luther's Basic Theological Writings" by William. R. Russell (https://amazon.com/dp/0800698835)"River of the Gods" by Candice Millard (https://amazon.com/dp/B09BTJNJCX)Theology and Bible"The Desire of the Nations" by Oliver O'Donovan (https://amazon.com/dp/0521665167)"Christian Mission in the Modern World" by John Stott (https://amazon.com/dp/0830844392)""Fundamentalism" and the Word of God" by J.I. Packer (https://amazon.com/dp/0802811477)General Interest"A Time to Build" by Yuval Levin (https://amazon.com/dp/1541699270)"Art of the Commonplace" by Wendell Berry (https://amazon.com/dp/1593760078)"Surrender" by Bono (https://amazon.com/dp/B09ZHK2N71)Fiction and Literature "The Legend of the Poinsettia" by Tomie dePaola (https://amazon.com/dp/0698115678)"The Ambassadors" by Henry James (https://amazon.com/dpB00JDN27Q0)"Everything Sad is Untrue" by Daniel Nayeri (https://amazon.com/dp/B08BR2HFWJ)"The Prisoner" by Marcel Proust (https://amazon.com/dp/0143133594)"The Fugitive" by Marcel Proust (https://amazon.com/dp/0143133705)

Helga
Choreographer Bill T. Jones on the violence within seduction

Helga

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 48:38


I knew that there was a power I had when I stripped off my shirt and looked you in the eye as I moved my hips. But I also knew the other side of that attraction to me was the impulse to kill me. Legendary dancer and choreographer Bill T. Jones has made a career of engaging his audience with brutal, unapologetic honesty. His seductive work has grappled with provocative political issues ranging from sexuality, race, and censorship to power and the AIDS epidemic — while also innovating in the expressive possibilities of movement itself.  In this episode, Jones talks about what it meant to grow up as a “Black Yankee” in the 1950s and 1960s and as one of 12 children. He also reflects on the adjacency of violence to the power of seduction, and how, after decades as a performing artist, the body may retire but the mind never will.  References: Alvin Ailey Percival Borde Pearl Primus Sammy Davis Jr. Bojangles Shirley Temple Sydney Poitier Charles Weideman Doris Humphrey Arnie Zane Lois Welk Rod Rogers Louise Roberts Arthur Aviles Marcel Proust Merce Cunningham George Balanchine Hannah Arendt Max Roach Freda Rosen

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman
CHRISTMAS NAKEDNESS: Marcel Proust, In Search of Lost Time Successively also I had forgotten them and only my love, dedicated TO A CALL-GIRL

Les Immatures De Paris And The Policeman

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 37:51


The Bowery Boys: New York City History
The Mysteries of Absinthe: Dancing With The Green Fairy

The Bowery Boys: New York City History

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 52:55 Very Popular


A Special Presentation: We know some of you like to celebrate the holiday spirit with actual alcoholic spirits so we thought you'd enjoy this episode of The Gilded Gentleman, the Bowery Boys spin-off podcast hosted by Carl Raymond, which lays out everything you've wanted to know (but were afraid to ask) about absinthe -- aka the green fairy.Absinthe was one of the most popular and most mysterious drinks in the Belle Epoque and late Victorian and Edwardian worlds,   fueling Paris and London's cafe society and artistic circles Brilliant men like Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, Marcel Proust and Oscar Wilde were proponents of the 'green fairy' along with members of the upper classes as well as everyday workers. Myths sprang up that the elixir created dramatic hallucinations and even provoked ghastly crimes. It became banned throughout most of Europe and even in the United States by the early 20th century. Join Carl and his guest Don Spiro, creator of New York's Green Fairy Society to discuss and demystify the myths and legends of this most evocative of spirits. And after you're done with this episode, head over and listen to the latest episode of The Gilded Gentleman, also featuring Don Spiro. Only this time they're talking about the history of champagne. 

Spotlight on France
Podcast: Football frenzy, foie gras alternatives, Proust forever

Spotlight on France

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 34:47


Unpicking France's win against Morocco in World Cup semi-final; finding "ethical" alternatives to force-fed foie gras; and why it's worth reading Marcel Proust, 100 years after his death. After France beat Morocco in the World Cup semi-final, Paul Myers looks at whether it makes sense to see it as a face-off between Morocco and its former colonial power, and what a win in the final against Argentina on Sunday would mean for France – which first won the football tournament in 1998. (Listen @0') Foie gras is a delicacy found on many French tables during the festive season. But the process of making it, which involves force feeding geese or ducks to increase their liver size, can be seen as a form of animal cruelty. French scientist Remy Burcelin has discovered a way for geese to naturally fatten their livers, and his company is experimenting with making foie gras without force feeding. Meanwhile vegan chef Julie Bavant shows us how to make faux gras, or fake foie gras  and talks about why it is appealing to vegans and meat-eaters alike. (Listen @19'50'') French writer Marcel Proust, who died 100 years ago this year, spent 14 years writing his 3,000-page opus 'A la recherche du temps perdu' (In search of lost time) – hailed as one of the greatest works of 20th century European literature. Reading it is a daunting task, but Josh Landy, author of 'The World According to Proust' says it's well worth the effort. (Listen @8'45'') Episode mixed by Cecile Pompeani. Spotlight on France is a podcast from Radio France International. Find us on rfienglish.com, iTunes (link here), Spotify (link here), Google podcasts (link here), or your favourite podcast app (pod.link/1573769878).

Spotlight on France
Podcast: Football frenzy, foie gras alternatives, Proust forever

Spotlight on France

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 34:47


Unpicking France's win against Morocco in World Cup semi-final; finding "ethical" alternatives to force-fed foie gras; and why it's worth reading Marcel Proust, 100 years after his death. After France beat Morocco in the World Cup semi-final, Paul Myers looks at whether it makes sense to see it as a face-off between Morocco and its former colonial power, and what a win in the final against Argentina on Sunday would mean for France – which first won the football tournament in 1998. (Listen @0') Foie gras is a delicacy found on many French tables during the festive season. But the process of making it, which involves force feeding geese or ducks to increase their liver size, can be seen as a form of animal cruelty. French scientist Remy Burcelin has discovered a way for geese to naturally fatten their livers, and his company is experimenting with making foie gras without force feeding. Meanwhile vegan chef Julie Bavant shows us how to make faux gras, or fake foie gras  and talks about why it is appealing to vegans and meat-eaters alike. (Listen @19'50'') French writer Marcel Proust, who died 100 years ago this year, spent 14 years writing his 3,000-page opus 'A la recherche du temps perdu' (In search of lost time) – hailed as one of the greatest works of 20th century European literature. Reading it is a daunting task, but Josh Landy, author of 'The World According to Proust' says it's well worth the effort. (Listen @8'45'') Episode mixed by Cecile Pompeani. Spotlight on France is a podcast from Radio France International. Find us on rfienglish.com, iTunes (link here), Spotify (link here), Google podcasts (link here), or your favourite podcast app (pod.link/1573769878).

New Books in Literary Studies
On Marcel Proust's "In Search of Lost Time"

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 37:20


The French writer Marcel Proust was fascinated by life. But he was even more interested in how we perceive life. In 1908, when he was in his late 30s, he began to write a novel that explored themes of memory, identity, and the passage of time. This project consumed him until he died in 1922. By the end, his novel came out at more than 1.2 million words—that's 3,000-4,000 pages depending on the edition. Much of the work was inspired directly from his life, sometimes memories of the past, and sometimes experiences that were unfolding in the present. In English, the novel goes by the title In Search of Lost Time. Although it does have a plot of sorts, this book is more about ideas, and less about a storyline. Elisabeth Ladenson is Professor of French and Comparative Literature and General Editor of Romanic Review at Columbia University. She is the author of Proust's Lesbianism. Michael Lucey is Professor in the French department at University of California Berkeley. He is the author of What Proust Heard: Novels and the Ethnography of Talk See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Follow us on Twitter @WritLargePod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books Network
On Marcel Proust's "In Search of Lost Time"

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 37:20


The French writer Marcel Proust was fascinated by life. But he was even more interested in how we perceive life. In 1908, when he was in his late 30s, he began to write a novel that explored themes of memory, identity, and the passage of time. This project consumed him until he died in 1922. By the end, his novel came out at more than 1.2 million words—that's 3,000-4,000 pages depending on the edition. Much of the work was inspired directly from his life, sometimes memories of the past, and sometimes experiences that were unfolding in the present. In English, the novel goes by the title In Search of Lost Time. Although it does have a plot of sorts, this book is more about ideas, and less about a storyline. Elisabeth Ladenson is Professor of French and Comparative Literature and General Editor of Romanic Review at Columbia University. She is the author of Proust's Lesbianism. Michael Lucey is Professor in the French department at University of California Berkeley. He is the author of What Proust Heard: Novels and the Ethnography of Talk See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Follow us on Twitter @WritLargePod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in European Studies
On Marcel Proust's "In Search of Lost Time"

New Books in European Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 37:20


The French writer Marcel Proust was fascinated by life. But he was even more interested in how we perceive life. In 1908, when he was in his late 30s, he began to write a novel that explored themes of memory, identity, and the passage of time. This project consumed him until he died in 1922. By the end, his novel came out at more than 1.2 million words—that's 3,000-4,000 pages depending on the edition. Much of the work was inspired directly from his life, sometimes memories of the past, and sometimes experiences that were unfolding in the present. In English, the novel goes by the title In Search of Lost Time. Although it does have a plot of sorts, this book is more about ideas, and less about a storyline. Elisabeth Ladenson is Professor of French and Comparative Literature and General Editor of Romanic Review at Columbia University. She is the author of Proust's Lesbianism. Michael Lucey is Professor in the French department at University of California Berkeley. He is the author of What Proust Heard: Novels and the Ethnography of Talk See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Follow us on Twitter @WritLargePod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/european-studies

New Books in French Studies
On Marcel Proust's "In Search of Lost Time"

New Books in French Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 37:20


The French writer Marcel Proust was fascinated by life. But he was even more interested in how we perceive life. In 1908, when he was in his late 30s, he began to write a novel that explored themes of memory, identity, and the passage of time. This project consumed him until he died in 1922. By the end, his novel came out at more than 1.2 million words—that's 3,000-4,000 pages depending on the edition. Much of the work was inspired directly from his life, sometimes memories of the past, and sometimes experiences that were unfolding in the present. In English, the novel goes by the title In Search of Lost Time. Although it does have a plot of sorts, this book is more about ideas, and less about a storyline. Elisabeth Ladenson is Professor of French and Comparative Literature and General Editor of Romanic Review at Columbia University. She is the author of Proust's Lesbianism. Michael Lucey is Professor in the French department at University of California Berkeley. He is the author of What Proust Heard: Novels and the Ethnography of Talk See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Follow us on Twitter @WritLargePod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/french-studies

Cultivate your French
CYF 152 — Shakespeare and Company, a famous bookshop in Paris — mercredi 14 décembre 2022

Cultivate your French

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 8:15


There were a lot of anniversaries in 2022 : the 4th centenary of Molière's birth, the 2nd centenary of the deciphering of the hieroglyphes by Jean-Francois Champollion, the centenary of Marcel Proust's death and the centenary of the publication of Ulysses by James Joyce, in Paris.  Yes, in Paris ! It was the American owner of the bookshop Shakespeare and Company, Sylvia Beach, that published the famous book in 1922.  With my friend Françoise, a reader of Ulysses in English,  we went to different places related to James Joyce in Paris. A little odissey of our own. The bookshop Shakespeare and Company owned by Sylvia Beach doesn't exist anymore, though I'm sure you have heard about a famous bookshop, named Shakespeare and Company, near Notre-Dame. Haven't you? What is the story of this bookshop? This is what this episode is about. You can imagine Françoise and I in Paris on a cloudy day.  In the notes that come with the transcript, we will focus on all the numbers and dates that this episodes contains.  So, are you ready to cultivate your French? Then, you could subscribe to the transcripts and notes of this podcast at www.cultivateyourfrench.com. The subscription costs 4 euros a month to receive by email the transcript, the notes and photos. 

One Thing In A French Day
2194 — Une odyssée parisienne sur les traces de James Joyce — lundi 12 décembre 2022

One Thing In A French Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 5:15


Cette année 2022 est riche en anniversaires. Le 400e anniversaire de la naissance de Molière, le 200e anniversaire du déchiffrement des hiéroglyphes par Jean-François Champollion, le centième anniversaire de la mort de Marcel Proust, mais également le centième anniversaire de la publication d'Ulysses de James Joyce, à Paris. Avant de quitter 2022, je vous propose de célébrer ce dernier anniversaire sous la forme d'une odyssée parisienne autour de l'écrivain James Joyce qui a longtemps habité Paris.  Pour cette aventure, j'aurai à mes côtés une voix que vous connaissez déjà, celle de Françoise qui vous avait parlé de la dernière exposition de David Hockney, il y a deux ans, au musée de l'Orangerie. Françoise est également une lectrice de James Joyce, en anglais. Elle a gentiment accepté de me suivre dans ce projet et je l'en remercie chaleureusement.  Êtes-vous prêts à embarquer ?   www.onethinginafrenchday.com  

Carrusel de las Artes
Marcel Proust, por el camino de la creación literaria

Carrusel de las Artes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 13:49


La Biblioteca Nacional de Francia rinde homenaje al escritor francés Marcel Proust en el centenario de su muerte, con una exposición sobre el proceso de escritura de su obra cumbre 'En busca del tiempo perdido'. En esta edición de Carrusel de las Artes hacemos un viaje por la historia musical de Disney a través de un concierto sinfónico de gira por Francia e iremos a un espectáculo que hizo historia: la “ópera rock” Starmania, que regresa a los escenarios en una nueva versión.

il posto delle parole
Luigi La Rosa "A Parigi con Marcel Proust"

il posto delle parole

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 19:05


Luigi La Rosa"A Parigi con Marcel Proust"Le stagioni della memoriaGiulio Perrone Editorehttps://www.giulioperroneditore.com/Sul finire dell'estate e di un amore malinconico, il protagonista di questo libro rilegge la vita di Marcel Proust alla luce dell'infanzia angosciata, della giovinezza sognante e timida, degli amori sofferti e totalizzanti, del desiderio impetuoso e soprattutto attraverso i luoghi che segnarono la biografia dell'autore, ridefinendone il rapporto con Parigi e con le sue fascinazioni. Le case di famiglia, i quartieri, i salotti eleganti, la frivolezza mondana sconvolti dall'irrompere della guerra e dai ritmi travolgenti della modernità: sono le tappe di un itinerario avvincente e intenso che, di pagina in pagina, elegge la creazione letteraria a imperativo assoluto. Nulla si perde nel quadro che la letteraturarisuscita. Nulla smarrisce l'antico significato perché tutto ritorna, tutto partecipa al disegno complessivo, ogni tessera ricollocata nel mosaico finale. Quello che Luigi La Rosa ci consegna è un ritratto fedele dell'artista, ma anche una testimonianza sull'uomo e sul genio, forse il massimo al quale la Francia abbia dato i natali. Il talento e la solitudine del quotidiano, le difficoltà e le epifanie dello spirito, gli abbagli, i segreti, le malattie e le iperboli compongono un profilo insieme unico e universale, la storia di un'esistenza tormentata, sempre ai limiti dell'eccesso, ma irrinunciabilmente devota alle ragioni della parola, della voce che si muta in racconto. A Parigi con Marcel Proust è prima d'ogni cosa un atto d'amore per il padre della Recherche e un seducente invito al lettore contemporaneo a riscoprirne il mistero, le peripezie, l'appassionante geografia.Luigi La Rosaè siciliano, vive tra Catania e Parigi. Collaboratore di riviste e quotidiani, ha curato per Rizzoli-Bur numerosi volumi e raccolte saggistiche. Solo a Parigi e non altrove e Quel nome è amore sono apparsi per i tipi di Ad est dell'equatore. Si è occupato della sezione letteraria della guida verde di Parigi di Touring Club. Per l'editore Piemme ha pubblicato L'uomo senza inverno (finalista Premio Minerva) e Nel furor delle tempeste (Premio Elmo).IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEAscoltare fa Pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

Advanced French
Advanced French 311 - World News, Opinion and Analysis in French

Advanced French

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 7:14


La justice française enquête sur les comptes de campagne de Macron Une COP27 au goût d'inachevé Justice : le malaise persiste chez les magistrats français En Ukraine, le souvenir de l'Holodomor ravivé par la guerre La France célèbre le centenaire de la mort de Marcel Proust

Quotomania
QUOTOMANIA 363: Marcel Proust

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 2:54


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Marcel Proust was born on July 10, 1871 in the Paris suburb of Auteuil. His father, Dr. Adrien Proust, was one of France's most distinguished scientists. His mother, Jeanne Weil, was a well-educated woman who loved the great classic writers of the 17th century, especially Molière and Racine. Marcel's only sibling, Robert, was born in 1873. The hypersensitive Marcel suffered all his life from a number of ailments, especially asthma. Although he earned university degrees in philosophy and law, he always knew that he wanted to be a writer.In 1910, he had his bedroom lined with cork to block out the deafening noise of daytime Paris because he slept during the day and wrote through the night, after returning home from some of Paris's most exclusive salons. He was known as the city's most famous recluse, he even called himself an owl because he wrote while listening to his “nocturnal Muse.” Swann's Way, the first volume of In Search of Lost Time, was published in November 1913 and was headed for a fourth printing when World War I broke out.Proust continued to write, incorporating the unprecedented conflict into his story of contemporary French society. In 1919, Within a Budding Grove was published and won the Prix Goncourt, France's most prestigious literary prize. The final three years of his life saw the publication of The Guermantes Way and Sodom and Gomorrah. The Captive, The Fugitive, and Time Regained were published posthumously. The novel's main themes are time and memory and the power of art to withstand the destructive forces of time.From https://www.proust-ink.com/biography.For more information about Marcel Proust:Previously on The Quarantine Tapes:Sven Birkerts about Proust, at 18:00: https://quarantine-tapes.simplecast.com/episodes/the-quarantine-tapes-181-sven-bikertsMerve Emre about Proust, at 16:46: https://quarantine-tapes.simplecast.com/episodes/the-quarantine-tapes-170-merve-emreUsed as the epigraph by Edmund de Waal in The Hare with Amber Eyes: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250811271/theharewithambereyesIn Search of Lost Time: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/series/SLT/in-search-of-lost-time"Edmund de Waal on Anxiety, Silence, and the Edge of Terror and Beauty": https://lithub.com/edmund-de-waal-on-anxiety-silence-and-the-edge-of-terror-and-beauty/"Edmund de Waal and Paul Holdengräber": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXJSOL9mhRc"Edmund de Waal Live from NYPL": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4p2JdousbQ“Reading Proust's ‘In Search of Lost Time' During a Pandemic”: https://www.theatlantic.com/culture/archive/2020/11/reading-proust-in-search-of-lost-time-during-pandemic/616850/“What We Find When We Get Lost in Proust”: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2021/05/10/what-we-find-when-we-get-lost-in-proust

Awake in the World Podcast
A Journey Through the Wilderness

Awake in the World Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 52:52


Michael begins this podcast with a quote from Marcel Proust about the path to wisdom being “a journey through the wilderness which no one else can make for us, which no one can spare us.” Michael compares yoga asana to a journey through the wilderness of the body–our “zones of preferences,” and the eight limbs of yoga as pointers to integrate our experiences while we're on this path. Recorded on November 6, 2007.

Les Nuits de France Culture
De bouche à oreille - Litterature cuisinée : Marcel Proust (1ère diffusion : 04/10/1998)

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 29:59


durée : 00:29:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Par Renée Elkaïm-Bollinger - Avec Philippe Joly et Anne Borrel (professeur de littérature) - Réalisation Christine Berlamont

radioWissen
Marcel Proust - Auf der Suche

radioWissen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 23:22


Der französische Schriftsteller Marcel Proust (1871 - 1922) hat mit seinem siebenbändigen Romanwerk "Auf der Suche nach der verlorenen Zeit" eines der größten literarischen Kunstwerke des 20. Jahrhunderts geschaffen: ein Meisterwerk, das die Möglichkeiten erkundet, die menschliche Wahrnehmungs- und Erinnerungsfähigkeit über die Grenzen des Verstandes hinauszutreiben. Der Roman entstand im Bett, welches der asthmakranke, ständig frierende, von tausend Ängsten heimgesuchte Autor nur ungern verließ. Sein Leiden zerstörte sein Leben, aber es beflügelte seine Suche nach Weisheit und Wissen, nach einer tiefen, unzerstörbaren, selbst dem Tod trotzenden Vitalität der literarischen Sprache. (BR 2008)

Les matins
Annie Ernaux : proustienne malgré elle

Les matins

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 105:59


durée : 01:45:59 - Les Matins - par : Guillaume Erner - La Prix Nobel, écrivaine du social, de l'intime et de la condition féminine, Annie Ernaux est l'invitée exceptionnelle des Matins à l'occasion de la journée centenaire consacrée à Marcel Proust. - invités : Annie Ernaux Écrivaine, prix Nobel de littérature en 2022

Deejay Chiama Italia
Puntata del 18/11/2022

Deejay Chiama Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 90:07


Linus e Matteo in tour per l'Italia. Partono finalmente i Mondiali delle polemiche. I 100 anni dalla morte di Marcel Proust. Aldo Rock e l'elogio alla lentezza.

Grand bien vous fasse !
Loisirs, plaisirs et curiosités : sur Marcel Proust

Grand bien vous fasse !

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 53:13


durée : 00:53:13 - Grand bien vous fasse ! - par : Ali Rebeihi - Le plaisir de lire Proust. Le plaisir, et aussi, la peur de lire Proust, en ce jour anniversaire de sa mort il y a exactement cent ans, le 18 novembre 1922. - réalisé par : Claire DESTACAMP

Arts & Ideas
Proust's A la recherche du temps perdu

Arts & Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 44:19


Matthew Sweet gathers together four Proust fans from very different backgrounds - the Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist, Jane Smiley, the psychotherapist, Jane Haynes, Christopher Prendergast, who has a translation of the book and written Living and Dying with Marcel Proust, and from France, the writer, Marie Darrieussecq. The actor Peter Marinker tackles the difficult task of giving an English voice to Proust. The novel In Search of Lost Time is a modernist masterpiece which offers a symphonic account of what it meant to be alive in France as the 19th century became the 20th. Producer: Zahid Warley You can find a collection of programmes on the Free Thinking website exploring different aspects of modernism around the world https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07p3nxh On Sunday Nov 20th at 5.30pm and for a month afterwards BBC Radio 3's curated selection of Words and Music inspired by the writing of Proust will be available on BBC Sounds.

Franck Ferrand raconte...
Centenaire de la mort de Marcel Proust

Franck Ferrand raconte...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 21:22


 Les derniers moments du grand écrivain à travers le regard admiratif de celle qui fut son ultime gouvernante : Céleste Albaret.    Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.

WDR ZeitZeichen
Marcel Proust, Schriftsteller (Todestag, 18.11.1922)

WDR ZeitZeichen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 13:43


Auch Menschen, die nie eine Zeile von ihm gelesen haben, kennen Marcel Proust. 2400 Seiten hat sein Werk "Auf der Suche nach der verlorenen Zeit", und jede einzelne lohnt sich - sagen die, die es kennen. Das ZeitZeichen gibt einen Kurzfassung in 15 Minuten - das bewegte Leben des Autors eingeschlossen... Autorin: Sabine Mann Von Sabine Mann.

L'heure bleue
Un amour de Proust 4/4 : Anne Simon : "Proust est un immense auteur comique, sexuel, fantastique et illisible, parfois"

L'heure bleue

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 53:43


durée : 00:53:43 - L'Heure bleue - par : Céline Villegas - Cette semaine, l'Heure bleue commémore les cent ans de la disparition de Marcel Proust et vous propose d'entendre les voix de ses amoureux⋅ses... Ce soir, Anne Simon, directrice de recherche au CNRS, et Jean-Yves Tadié, professeur émérite à la Sorbonne.

跳岛FM
130 一起读《追忆似水年华》:读困了,就替普鲁斯特睡一觉

跳岛FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 75:53


“人生太短,普鲁斯特太长。”法国作家法郎士曾如是感慨。《追忆似水年华》是如此地长,长到我们已然迷失在漫漫追忆之中。这部常被戏称为“犯困文学”“吃灰七卷本”的巨作,究竟伟大在哪里?今年的11月18日,是普鲁斯特逝世的一百周年纪念日,就让我们跟着经典重读栏目「一起读」的第四期,来重新追忆似水年华。 本期节目里,身为法语系学子却从来没有读完过《追忆》的普通读者何润哲,请来北京大学外语学院的程小牧老师和跳岛的老朋友张秋子老师(豆瓣ID:安提戈涅),一起来侃侃文学史上的这座大山。一百年的时间里,《追忆似水年华》如何从一部惨遭拒稿的“业余”之作变成无可逾越的经典?世人眼中的花花公子普鲁斯特,如何能创作出伟大的作品?普鲁斯特反对用实证主义的考据癖来推断作家和作品的价值,作为一个非职业写作者,他把目光投向人最基础的生活经验。 正因为如此,要理解普鲁斯特用七卷本所探究的生命的真相,我们不一定要成为专家,也不必仰赖所谓的素养或积淀。正如节目里张秋子所说的那样,最质朴、最贴近生活的阅读感触,有时正是学院派解读所容易遗漏的。《追忆》提醒我们的,是不要让精神怠惰、不要在生活中逃避生活,敢于用诗人的目光凝视身边的事物,并以此对抗时间的流逝。踏入普鲁斯特笔下流淌的人生河床,我们或许也能与自己生命中的那块马德莱娜小蛋糕偶然重遇。 【本期读者】 普通读者:何润哲,跳岛FM策划编辑,正在经历社会化的法语人。 专业读者:程小牧,北京大学外语学院世界文学研究所研究员,毕业于巴黎七大,文学博士。出版著作Jean Genet : un Baroque moderne, 译作《内在经验》《阳台》《贾科梅蒂的画室:热内论艺术》等。 飞行读者:张秋子,云南昆明人,南开大学比较文学与世界文学博士,现为云南师范大学文学院教师。 【作品简介】 《追忆似水年华》(À la recherche du temps perdu),中文又译《追寻逝去的时间》,以其长度和意识流手法而闻名,全书共分七卷,于1913至1927年在法国出版,分别是:《在斯万家那边》《在少女们身旁》《盖尔芒特家那边》《索多姆与戈摩尔》《女囚》《女逃亡者》《重现的时光》,其中后三卷为作者逝世后出版。小说叙事者以回忆的形式重历往事,细腻刻画出 19 世纪末、20 世纪初的法国上流社会,并从单纯地描写人类社会转向对人类心理情绪的分析,以及对文学、对记忆和对时间的追索。作为一种对抗遗忘的方式,遍历爱情、嫉妒、死亡等交叉重叠的复杂主题,小说主人公在文学与艺术中找到了人生的意义。《追忆似水年华》被广泛认为是有史以来最伟大的文学作品之一。 【作家简介】 马塞尔·普鲁斯特(Marcel Proust,1871-1922),法国作家,出生于一个非常富有的家庭。自幼体质孱弱,生性敏感,富于幻想。中学毕业后入巴黎大学文理学院法律系,受到柏格森时间哲学的影响。他与上流社会交往甚密,时常出入文艺沙龙,与文学艺术界的名流广泛接触。代表作有《追忆似水年华》(1913-1927)、《驳圣伯夫》(1954)等。 【时间轴】 02:34 攀登《追忆似水年华》这座大山:最难读完的小说,究竟难在哪儿? 08:44 一百年前的“专业读者”们也没看出《追忆》好在哪里 13:24 革命文学vs室内文学:走“我是谁”的路,还是“怎么办”的路 20:39 普鲁斯特的“驳圣伯夫”:实证主义的生平考证永远不足以推断写作者的自我 35:14 “正统”的纪德与“非典型”的普鲁斯特:作为职业的写作和作为人生的写作 46:13 最质朴、最贴近生活的阅读感触,有时正是学院派解读所容易遗漏的 56:28 普鲁斯特的时间观:“我”的坐标,可以由河流、马蹄声以及一块马德莱娜蛋糕来定位 70:22 一起读小撇步:永远读不完的书,也可以是从哪都可以开始读的书 【节目中提到的人名和作品】 人物 罗兰巴特(1915-1980),法国作家、思想家、社会学家、社会评论家和文学评论家。 纪德(1869-1951),法国作家,1947年诺贝尔文学奖得主。代表作《伪币制造者》《背德者》。 约翰·罗斯金 (1819-1900),英国作家和美术评论家。代表作《芝麻与百合》。 法朗士(1844-1924),法国作家、文学评论家,诺贝尔文学奖获得者。 托马斯·库恩(1922-1996),美国科学史家、科学哲学家。代表作《科学革命的结构》。 奥古斯特·孔德(1798-1857),法国哲学家、社会学和实证主义的创始人。 左拉(1840-1902),十九世纪后半叶法国重要的批评现实主义作家,自然主义文学理论的主要倡导者。 吉尔·德勒兹(1925-1995),法国最著名的后现代哲学家之一。 蒙田(1533-1592),法国文艺复兴后最重要的人文主义作家。代表作《蒙田随笔》。 乔治·佩雷克(1936-1982),法国当代著名的先锋小说家。 托尼·莫里森(1931-2019),美国黑人女作家,诺贝尔文学奖得主。 雅克·拉康(1901-1981),法国作家、学者、精神分析学家,也被认为是结构主义者。 作品 《阅读普鲁斯特》(Lecture de Proust)[法]加埃坦·皮康 《项狄传》[英] 特伦斯·斯特恩 《局外人》[法] 加缪 《堂吉诃德》[西] 塞万提斯 《巨人传》[法] 拉伯雷 《欢乐与时日》《驳圣伯夫》《让·桑德伊》[法] 普鲁斯特 《忏悔录》[法] 卢梭 《与父亲的奥德赛》[美] 丹尼尔·门德尔松 《伪装成独白的爱情》[匈牙利] 马洛伊·山多尔 《墓中回忆录》[法] 夏多布里昂 《写作与救赎》[德] 瓦尔特·本雅明 【出品人】蔡欣 【节目编辑】何润哲 以禾 【后期制作】广岛乱 【音乐】AURA.Pote - Howling Fox 【视觉设计】孙晓曦 BEIBEI

Franck Ferrand raconte...
Marcel Proust en voyage

Franck Ferrand raconte...

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 21:30


Mention légales : Vos données de connexion, dont votre adresse IP, sont traités par Radio Classique, responsable de traitement, sur la base de son intérêt légitime, par l'intermédiaire de son sous-traitant Ausha, à des fins de réalisation de statistiques agréées et de lutte contre la fraude. Ces données sont supprimées en temps réel pour la finalité statistique et sous cinq mois à compter de la collecte à des fins de lutte contre la fraude. Pour plus d'informations sur les traitements réalisés par Radio Classique et exercer vos droits, consultez notre Politique de confidentialité.

La grande librairie
Tous Proust

La grande librairie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 91:56


A l'occasion du centenaire de la disparition de Marcel Proust, La Grande Librairie lui consacre une émission spéciale, comme un feu d'artifice… en public !

L'heure bleue
Un amour de Proust 3/4 : Stéphane Manel : "Sa madeleine est la mienne"

L'heure bleue

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 53:41


durée : 00:53:41 - L'Heure bleue - par : Céline Villegas - Cette semaine, l'Heure bleue commémore les cent ans de la disparition de Marcel Proust et vous propose d'entendre les voix de ses amoureux⋅ses... Ce soir, l'illustrateur Stéphane Manel.

Les Nuits de France Culture
Duras, Barthes, Butor... regards d'écrivains sur Marcel Proust 5/8 : La leçon de Marcel Proust selon Gérard Genette

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 15:25


durée : 00:15:25 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - En 1963, au numéro cinq de la série que la RTF consacrait à Marcel Proust pour saluer le cinquantenaire de la parution de “Du côté chez Swann”, c'était au critique et théoricien de la littérature Gérard Genette de dire de quel enseignement pouvait être l'œuvre de Proust pour un écrivain. - invités : Gérard Genette Critique littéraire et théoricien de la littérature

Les Nuits de France Culture
Duras, Barthes, Butor... regards d'écrivains sur Marcel Proust 8/8 : La leçon de Marcel Proust selon Philippe Sollers

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 15:00


durée : 00:15:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - En 1963, cinquante ans après la parution de “Du côté de chez Swann”, la RTF diffusait une série d'entretiens avec des auteurs auxquels étaient demandés quelle leçon un écrivain pouvait tirer de l'œuvre de Proust. Dans le dernier entretien, c'était Philippe Sollers qui se prêtait à l'exercice. - invités : Philippe Sollers écrivain

Les Nuits de France Culture
Duras, Barthes, Butor... regards d'écrivains sur Marcel Proust 7/8 : La leçon de Marcel Proust selon Nathalie Sarraute

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 15:00


durée : 00:15:00 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - En 1963, cela faisait cinquante ans qu'était paru “Du côté de chez Swann”. La RTF proposait une suite d'émissions en compagnie d'écrivains interrogés sur les leçons que pouvait apporter l'œuvre de Proust pour un auteur. Dans le septième entretien, Nathalie Sarraute donnait sa réponse. - invités : Nathalie Sarraute écrivaine (1900 - 1999)

Les Nuits de France Culture
Duras, Barthes, Butor... regards d'écrivains sur Marcel Proust 6/8 : La leçon de Marcel Proust selon Francis Ponge

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 15:35


durée : 00:15:35 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - En 1963, pour marquer le cinquantenaire de la parution de "Du côté de chez Swann", la RTF consacrait une série d'entretiens avec des écrivains auxquels on demandait quelle leçon ils tiraient de la lecture d'“À la recherche du temps perdu”. C'était au tour du poète Francis Ponge d'y répondre. - invités : Francis Ponge Poète

Les Nuits de France Culture
Duras, Barthes, Butor... regards d'écrivains sur Marcel Proust 1/8 : La leçon de Marcel Proust selon Roland Barthes

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 20:45


durée : 00:20:45 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - En 1913 paraissait "Du côté de chez Swann" de Marcel Proust. Pour saluer les cinquante ans de cette parution, la RTF interrogeait huit auteurs sur la leçon à retenir de la lecture de Proust. Dans cette première émission, c'est au philosophe Roland Barthes de répondre en une quinzaine de minutes. - invités : Roland Barthes Ecrivain et critique littéraire français

Les Nuits de France Culture
Duras, Barthes, Butor... regards d'écrivains sur Marcel Proust 3/8 : La leçon de Marcel Proust selon Louis-René des Forêts

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 14:50


durée : 00:14:50 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - En 1963, dans le troisième des entretiens de la série que la RTF consacrait à Proust pour le cinquantenaire de la parution de "Du côté de chez Swann", c'était à Louis-René des Forêts de dire quelle leçon un écrivain pouvait tirer de la lecture de À la recherche du temps perdu. - invités : Louis-René des Forêts Écrivain et poète français

Les Nuits de France Culture
Duras, Barthes, Butor... regards d'écrivains sur Marcel Proust 2/8 : La leçon de Marcel Proust selon Michel Butor

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 14:55


durée : 00:14:55 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - En 1963, Michel Butor était interrogé sur sa lecture de l'œuvre de Marcel Proust dans le cadre d'une série de courts entretiens sur les leçons de Proust pour huit auteurs. L'écrivain racontait ainsi sa découverte d'"À la recherche du temps perdu", les difficultés éprouvées et ce qu'il lui devait. - invités : Michel Butor romancier

L'heure bleue
Un amour de Proust 2/4 : Laure Murat

L'heure bleue

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 53:04


durée : 00:53:04 - L'Heure bleue - Cette semaine, l'Heure bleue commémore les cent ans de sa disparition de Marcel Proust et vous propose d'entendre les voix de ses amoureux⋅ses... Ce soir, Laure Murat, professeure à l'université de Californie à Los Angeles.

Books of Some Substance
91 - Marcel Proust's Sodom and Gomorrah (In Search of Lost Time #4)

Books of Some Substance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 45:47


Nathan, David, and Nick tackle Sodom and Gomorrah, the fourth volume of Marcel Proust's In Search of Lost Time. They discuss how groundbreaking it was at the time to so openly write about homosexuality, the noticeable increase in the narrator's presence in the book's happenings, and the increased level of action in play (at least in comparison to prior volumes, that is). Listen in as you continue on your own Proust journey and remember: It's okay if you can't pronounce French names either.

Philosophy Talk Starters
556: In Search of Proust's Philosophy

Philosophy Talk Starters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 9:24


More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/search-prousts-philosophy. Marcel Proust's In Search of Lost Time challenges us to think hard about what we can know, who we really are, why memory matters, and how we can find enchantment in a world without God. But some might wonder why we need a 3,000 page novel to do that. Are there things a novel can do that a philosophy book can't? Does it take a great person to produce great art? And why read Proust in the twenty-first century? Ray and guest-host Blakey Vermeule find a spot on the guestlist for Josh and his new book, "The World According to Proust."

Les chemins de la philosophie
Comment son Contre Sainte-Beuve a-t-il libéré Marcel Proust ?

Les chemins de la philosophie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 3:23


durée : 00:03:23 - Le Pourquoi du comment : philo - par : Frédéric Worms - Pourquoi Proust dut-il s'opposer au critique Sainte-Beuve pour se découvrir lui-même ?

Me Reading Stuff
Episode 375: Anne Carson - The Albertine Workout

Me Reading Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 42:01


"It is always tricky, the question whether to read an author's work in light of his life or not." -Anne Carson"If you can drink a beer, you can smell patchouli." - MeLINKS:Check out "The Albertine Workout" by Anne Carson HERE and buy it at your nearest independent bookseller.Listen to Anne Carson reading from "The Albertine Workout" HERE. SMELL LINKS:Zum Laundry SoapZum Bar SoapPacha SoapMr. Coffee Mug WarmerAveda Sắp MossLUSH KarmaThe Smell of the Water Turning Tom Ford's Tobacco VanilleAesop Resurrection Aesop Reverence __________________________________See my drawings in "HELL and the Paradisal" HERE.Watch the videos about my work HERE.Get free shipping on all books in my SHOP! (use Coupon Code "BOOK")And here's my WEBSITE. Thank you so much for listening. 

Freedom, Books, Flowers & the Moon
Who Knows Where The Time Goes

Freedom, Books, Flowers & the Moon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 45:55


This week André Aciman toasts the genius of Marcel Proust, a century after his death; and Richard Lea on the mesmerising multiverses of John Banville.The works of Marcel Proust‘The Singularities' by John BanvilleProduced by Charlotte Pardy Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso
The Homecoming of Director James Gray

Talk Easy with Sam Fragoso

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 44:15


Today, director James Gray is back! We start by diving into the aftermath of Ad Astra (7:25), returning home to Queens with Armageddon Time (12:00) and the historical context of this new picture (15:18). After watching an early scene from the film (18:33), we discuss what the story reveals about race and class in America (20:35), his family's personal experiences with those divisions (22:50), and the painful timeliness of Gray's 8th film (25:39) as anti-semetic rhetoric continues to surge (29:51). We also wrestle with the economics of moviemaking today (31:37), lessons learned from his directorial debut, Little Odessa (33:22), and how the words of novelist Marcel Proust (36:03) and photographer Susan Sontag (38:14) shaped his most personal effort to date, Armageddon Time.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Snoozecast: Stories for Sleep
Madeleines | Proust

Snoozecast: Stories for Sleep

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 33:33 Very Popular


Tonight, we'll read another excerpt from French writer Marcel Proust's monumental “In Search of Lost Time” which is seven volumes long, and first published in 1913. “In Search of Lost Time” follows the narrator's recollections and experiences in the late 19th-century and early 20th-century high-society France, while reflecting on the loss of time and lack of meaning in the world. This series does not necessarily need to be followed in order. Rather than being plot driven, it is more of a meditation on memories, consciousness and ambiance. The first episode aired on May 9th, 2022, and is titled “Overture.” The second episode, “The Magic Lantern” aired on July 11, 2022. The third episode, “M. Swann” aired on September 12, 2022. A madeleine de Proust is an expression used to describe smells, tastes, sounds or any sensations reminding you of your childhood or simply bringing back emotional memories from a long time ago.  — read by V — Support us: Listen ad-free on Patreon Get Snoozecast merch like cozy sweatshirts and accessories Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Desert Island Discs
Sir John Gielgud

Desert Island Discs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 40:55 Very Popular


Roy Plomley's castaway is actor Sir John Gielgud. Favourite track: Double Concerto in D Minor by Johann Sebastian Bach Book: A La Recherche Du Temps Perdu by Marcel Proust