Bust of writer Marcel Proust — 13 x 9 x 4.5 cm — Made of resin.
Marcel Proust — Op zoek naar de verloren tijd I t/m VII — Amsterdam, De Bezige Bij, 2002.
I — De kant van Swann, eighth edition, 504 pp.
II — In de schaduw van de bloeiende meisjes, fourth edition, 544 pp.
III — De kant van Guermantes, fourth edition, 624 pp.
IV — Sodom en Gomorra (1 and 2), fifth and fourth edition, 544 pp.
V — De gevangene, fourth edition, 432 pp.
VI — De voortvluchtige, fourth edition, 300 pp.
VII — De tijd hervonden, fourth edition, 404 pp.
Translation by: C.N. Lijsen / M.E. Veenis-Pieters / Thérèse Cornips.
The volume numbers are written on the spines (very lightly) in red-brown marker next to the publisher’s vignette.
¶ Marcel Proust (10 July 1871 – 18 November 1922) was a French intellectual, novel writer, essayist and critic. His father was a renowned pharmaceutical professor and his mother came from a wealthy Jewish family. He died of pneumonia at age 51.
Proust’s most important work is ‘À la recherche du temps perdu’. He started the work in 1909 and finished the masterpiece just before his passing in 1922.
It covers seven volumes with approx. 3,000 pp. and contains more than two hundred characters. Thanks to this work, Proust is considered as one of the greatest novel writers of the 20th century.
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- Marcel Proust
- Book Title
- Schrijversbuste / Op zoek naar de verloren tijd I t/m VII (compleet)
- Very good
- Publication year oldest item
- Original language
- De Bezige Bij
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- 21.6×13.7 cm