Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Good Proust links

I am on the brink of putting together my thoughts about Proust and Remembrance of Things Past now I have finished the seven volumes – just want to get Albertine Gone completed – but in the meantime if my posts on the great man and his books have wetted your appetite then here are some great links (in no particular order) to find out more about Proust and his world:

Wikipedia – which has a biography, comments on the books and some further links

The Kolb-Proust archive – an online archive of letters, bibliography and some FAQs on the writer

Tempsperdu.com - a site simply dedicated to Remembrance of Things Past with the chance to buy books and CD-ROMs

Involuntary memory -a blog dedicated to reading and commenting on Remembrance of Things Past

Reading Proust – focuses on the new Penguin/Viking editions which has some good links and details of the latest Penguin editions

Other possibilities:

Le temps de proust – this is a blog about reading Proust but it doesn’t seem to have been updated since January but there is some good archive material on there

1 comment:

Brandon said...

Thanks for the links, Simon. I'm interested in Proust, and I'll definitely be looking at your links over the next few days.

I'm also interested in reading more of your thoughts on Proust.