Remembrance of Things Past

Remembrance of Things Past

records the decay of a society. [Fr. Lit.: Haydn & Fuller, 630]
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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| 1871: Author Marcel Proust - A la Recherche du Temps Perdu (Remembrance Of Things Past) - was born in Paris.
The rare copy of the first volume of the French writer's masterpiece, "Remembrance of Things Past", had been expected to go for between 600,000 and 800,000 euros.
REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST #5 1-4, HARUKI MURAKAMI'S 1Q84.
When she was young, she was writing about love as an experience; now she is writing about love as a remembrance of things past. She is writing about a love which was promised to be given to her in instalments, but was discontinued after the first one.
For Mili, it's an amla, or Indian gooseberry, that triggers her series of recollections of growing up in India, much like Marcel Proust's madeleine in Remembrance of Things Past. She recalls her childhood friend Maya, her first job, former flatmates, and her parents' accident.
I remember, in my 20s, an age when one is prone to pretentiousness, trying to read Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past! It was like trying to swim through concrete, honestly -- and this, I hasten to add, has more to do with me than with Proust.
Marcel Proust's A la Recherche du Temps Perdu ("Remembrance of Things Past" or"In Search of Lost Time" now, 1913-27 in French) about his childhood and adulthood experiences in late 19th century/early 20th century France, holds the Guinness records title of longest novel with its one and a half million words.
As Ian outlined details of his father's service, Harold provided the colour, chipping in with recollections of people, places and battles: the turbulent remembrance of things past.
My very, very first appearance was most likely in a short film about Marcel Proust, in which I played the young Gilberte, who goes to the ice-skating rink in "Remembrance of Things Past." As for "The Bar at the Crossing," they had a copy at the Cinematheque in Toulouse, so I had the opportunity to see the film again a few years ago.
It was inspired by Marcel Proust's literary masterpiece 'Remembrance of Things Past,' or more popularly known as 'In Search of Lost Time.'
However, remembrance of things past is not necessarily the remembrance of things as they were, and certainly there is no flag large enough to cover their shame of killing innocent people in yet another failed war: -Military experts and officials at the Pentagon are clear: The US-led War on Terror has failed.
My Marcel Proust 'Remembrance Of Things Past' moment is a thing of joy.