LITERATURE – Marcel Proust Posted on May 31, 2019May 31, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Houston,Tx = Water Works Education CenterEDEN – drugs (Lyrics) 43 thoughts on “LITERATURE – Marcel Proust” “I love the smell of napalm in the morning, it reminds me of…” Reply I loooooove this channel, but you guys need some diversity. There’s so many incredible thinkers and writers of color who have changed the world; so few of them represented on your page. Reply I didn't expect to see Lee Hazlewood. Reply This video is great, but its 9:19 seconds too long. Reply Please do Joris-Karl Huysmans–"A rebours," not his later Catholic crap. Reply Great fucking channel 🙂 Reply holy fucking shit this sounds good Reply Beautiful Reply I have a youtube channel that is silly….. Reply you captured the essential ! nice work Reply thanks here i don't have to read the 1.3 million words..i've got th main thought which cheisheng life purposefully Reply I like enjoying the small things in life. The big small worries of the world may make us think that our life is bad, but there's joy to be found if you look for it.Happiness is nowhere but everywhere.I will be definitely be reading this novel someday. Reply It also one of the best pieces of literature about the LGBT community. Reply Bravo bravo bravo! I’m an artist and I’ve been re-inspired by this video many times. Thank you to School of Life and Proust! Reply Astonishing ! Super video !!! Reply A juxtiposition of masculine empiricals has shown that the lack of virtues have hit me hard to see that holistic laws have no more than a few remaining purine blossoms. Reply https://fieretlibre.com/2019/04/08/why-i-am-not-proust/ Reply Mesut Proustzul Reply some small negligible mistakes: 1. The narrator goes with his grandmother to BALBEC, which is a fictional place based on Cabourg.2. Albertine isn't short haired in the novel.3. He doesn't really have an overwhelming crush on albertine. Its more like an affection, which isn't even based on albertine, but to a whole group of girls, and he doesn't even prefer albertine.4.And the narrator does NOT think about albertine for threehundred pages in the second volume. Only at the end of the fourth volume, Sodome et Gomorrhe, the narrator starts developing strong feelings for her (because he suspects that she might have affairs). And the whole fifth and sixth volume are centered on her, so there are far more than threehundred pages, even more than thousand, devoted to his affection to Albertine – but not really during the second volume. Reply Intensity! Feeling is understanding! All lessons from great people are connecting. I MUST LEARN MORE! Reply Total Loser Reply Fantastic Reply Good. Reply quem retirou a legenda? Reply Is this some kind of literature spoiler?! Reply Life choices: (1) social statues, (2) sexual status, (3) artistic status. Overly drawn distinctions from an evolutionary standpoint (see: https://www.amazon.com/Art-Instinct-Beauty-Pleasure-Evolution/dp/1608190552/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1546154242&sr=8-1&keywords=art+instinct) as well as from a class (Marxist) standpoint: (see: https://www.amazon.com/Distinction-Routledge-Classics-Pierre-Bourdieu/dp/0415567882/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1546154297&sr=8-1&keywords=distinction) Reply Subtitles in ITA? Reply Extraordinary video!!!!!! Reply Proust in his first book wrote about, wrote about… Reply Now I want to read the book. Reply Thanks to you for reminding us such important meditative thinking ! Reply Can I just read the first volume? Reply What a lovely recap of Marcel ! I adore him. After reading him, you realize why he was so unique, so perfect, – he is capable of moving you with words, beyond measure 🙂 Reply 5:59…..Does anyone know the story behind this? Reply I came here after watching the movie "Little Miss Sunshine". Sublimely brilliant, just like Marcel Proust. Reply Wow Reply Amazing Video! Reply ah Marcel, Ecclisiastes. Every word from God's mouth of course. Reply It’s so really interesting!Can you make some video about Victor Hugo? Reply He was a loathsome sadist who enjoyed torturing small animals by impaling them on hat pins. Reply The book of Life would be the perfect name for this masterpiece. It'd take a lifetime to (maybe) finish it. Good stuff.✌️ Reply PIease. do. Herman. Hesse Reply Teşekkürler çok güzeldi. Bu yazarı genelde depresif bir kişilik olarak bilirdim o yüzden o kitabı da okumak istememistim. Şimdi bir kitapçıya koşmak için harekete geçtim Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.