Proust Began

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Marcel Proust - Early Writing
... Proust was involved in writing and publishing from an early age ... at school, La Revue verte and La Revue lilas, from 1890 to 1891 Proust published a regular society column in the journal Le Mensuel ... and throughout the next several years Proust published small pieces regularly in this journal and in the prestigious La Revue Blanche ...

Famous quotes containing the words began and/or proust:

    I began to realize that it was bigotry of the worst kind to say that it’s better to be dead than to be born retarded or blind or without a limb. It’s a value judgment you’re making about someone’s life, based on their degree of perfection.
    Juli Loesch (b. c. 1953)

    But, when nothing subsists from a distant past, after the death of others, after the destruction of objects, only the senses of smell and taste, weaker but more enduring, more intangible, more persistent, more faithful, continue for a long time, like souls, to remember, to wait, to hope, on the ruins of all the rest, to bring without flinching, on their nearly impalpable droplet, the immense edifice of memory.
    —Marcel Proust (1871–1922)