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PROUST : NOUVELLES ÉDITIONS ET ENJEUX CRITIQUES

Brigitte Mahuzier
Littérature
No. 88, FORMES ET MOUVEMENT; PROUST, ÉDITIONS ET LECTURES (DÉCEMBRE 1992), pp. 44-45
Published by: Armand Colin
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41713205
Page Count: 2
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Abstract

« Editing Proust : Yesterday, To-day and perhaps Tomorrow » (Elyane Dezon-Jones) retraces Proust's editorial history, and emphasizes Proust's authorial intentions as they now appear. Antoine Compagnon asks What can no longer be said about Prroust in three areas of literary criticism. In « The Cycle of Sodom and Gomorrha : Notes on the Sequence of Books in Remembrance of Things Past », Nathalie Mauriac Dyer centers on the Posthumous publication of the long version of Albertine disparue : it eliminated the Sodom and Gomorrha cycle Proust was expanding, and crreated a bloated episode — and a critical lure. « The Tidings brrought to Marcel » (Brigitte Mahuzier), using Preparatory works published in the new Pléiade edition, analyzes the topos of annunciation in Remembrance. « New Editions, New Readings : The Formidable Game With Time » (Inge Wimmers) takes up what Ricœur thought to be at stake in fiction — the creation of « a fictitious experience of time » : do the new editiones offer a new experience of time ?

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