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This book was my first exposure to Marcel Proust. After I read the preface I realized Jean Santeuil would normally be read after In Search of Lost Time because it’s considered by many to be Proust’s “trial run,” so to speak, for the latter. Proust’s writing hadn’t yet evolved, many say, into the refined style for which he’s known. Also, it’s believed Jean Santeuil was neither edited nor revised which explains some considerable repetition in places, repetition that feels as if he dwells on a thought. Still, I read Jean Santeuil in full, and with it, Edmund White’s Marcel Proust.

I was particularly interested in Proust’s thoughts on how involuntary memory can be invoked by our senses. In Holidays (section II) he explores how music invokes involuntary memory; in Impressions Regained (section VI) a smell reminds him of a whole period of his life. In 1996, age 39, I had my own such experience – I walked into an avocado orchard in the summer and the smell stuck me so deeply that for a moment I was transported back 30 years, to 1966, when I walked the avocado orchard at my grandparents’ farm in summer. Proust concludes Impressions Regained by saying we shouldn’t worry if we seek only beauty because unpleasant things, which we can’t avoid, may also invoke treasured memories of the past. That’s beauty, too.

I was moved by Proust’s thoughts on physiognomy in The Storm (section VII). Places have a physiognomy of their own and also that of a person – a person can be recognized in a place, he says. From my young years until now, when I see certain mountains I see my dad’s face. I’d always thought I was alone, in that. But Proust recognized the phenomena long ago.

An idea I liked: In Separation (section I) reading poetry inspired in Jean words to express thoughts of his own that until then he himself had barely understood. It was as if the poets he read understood his thoughts better than he did, and handed them back to him by giving him words.

Proust is known for writing long sentences, which I’ve read drove some people to distraction during his lifetime. Indeed, he admits, in Henri de Réveillon (section III) that he wanders. By Winter at Réveillon (section VII) my curiosity got the better of me and I counted 483 words in one sentence (and that’s counting hyphenations as single words). Imagine this review, which is 483 words, written as a single sentence. Ouch.

The book is stronger on prose, poetry-like passages, philosophy, and weaker on story line. Characters come and go, and those that stay don’t grow, with the exception of Jean. In this sense, the book reads like a diary. The only real thread is Jean, as he ages and matures. Long sentences and repetition can make Jean Santeuil a tedious read at times, but the rewards are there.

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i was particularly interested in proust’s thoughts on how involuntary memory can be invoked by our senses. in holidays (section ii) he explores how music invokes involuntary memory; in impressions regained (section vi) a smell reminds him of a whole period of his life. in 1996, age 39, i had my own such experience – i walked into an avocado orchard in the summer and the smell stuck me so deeply that for a moment i was transported back 30 years, to 1966, when i walked the avocado orchard at my grandparents’ farm in summer. proust concludes impressions regained by saying we shouldn’t worry if we seek only beauty because unpleasant things, which we can’t avoid, may also invoke treasured memories of the past. that’s beauty, too.

i was moved by proust’s thoughts on physiognomy in the storm (section vii). places have a physiognomy of their own and also that of a person – a person can be recognized in a place, he says. from my young years until now, when i see certain mountains i see my dad’s face. i’d always thought i was alone, in that. but proust recognized the phenomena long ago.

an idea i liked: in separation (section i) reading poetry inspired in jean words to express thoughts of his own that until then he himself had barely understood. it was as if the poets he read understood his thoughts better than he did, and handed them back to him by giving him words.

proust is known for writing long sentences, which i’ve read drove some people to distraction during his lifetime. indeed, he admits, in henri de réveillon (section iii) that he wanders. by winter at réveillon (section vii) my curiosity got the better of me and i counted 483 words in one sentence (and that’s counting hyphenations as single words). imagine this review, which is 483 words, written as a single sentence. ouch.

the book is stronger on prose, poetry-like passages, philosophy, and weaker on story line. characters come and go, and those that stay don’t grow, with the exception of jean. in this sense, the book reads like a diary. the only real thread is jean, as he ages and matures. long sentences and repetition can make jean santeuil a tedious read at times, but the rewards are there.
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i was particularly interested in proust’s thoughts on how involuntary memory can be invoked by our senses. in holidays (section ii) he explores how music invokes involuntary memory; in impressions regained (section vi) a smell reminds him of a whole period of his life. in 1996, age 39, i had my own such experience – i walked into an avocado orchard in the summer and the smell stuck me so deeply that for a moment i was transported back 30 years, to 1966, when i walked the avocado orchard at my grandparents’ farm in summer. proust concludes impressions regained by saying we shouldn’t worry if we seek only beauty because unpleasant things, which we can’t avoid, may also invoke treasured memories of the past. that’s beauty, too.

i was moved by proust’s thoughts on physiognomy in the storm (section vii). places have a physiognomy of their own and also that of a person – a person can be recognized in a place, he says. from my young years until now, when i see certain mountains i see my dad’s face. i’d always thought i was alone, in that. but proust recognized the phenomena long ago.

an idea i liked: in separation (section i) reading poetry inspired in jean words to express thoughts of his own that until then he himself had barely understood. it was as if the poets he read understood his thoughts better than he did, and handed them back to him by giving him words.

proust is known for writing long sentences, which i’ve read drove some people to distraction during his lifetime. indeed, he admits, in henri de réveillon (section iii) that he wanders. by winter at réveillon (section vii) my curiosity got the better of me and i counted 483 words in one sentence (and that’s counting hyphenations as single words). imagine this review, which is 483 words, written as a single sentence. ouch.

the book is stronger on prose, poetry-like passages, philosophy, and weaker on story line. characters come and go, and those that stay don’t grow, with the exception of jean. in this sense, the book reads like a diary. the only real thread is jean, as he ages and matures. long sentences and repetition can make jean santeuil a tedious read at times, but the rewards are there.
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i was particularly interested in proust’s thoughts on how involuntary memory can be invoked by our senses. in holidays (section ii) he explores how music invokes involuntary memory; in impressions regained (section vi) a smell reminds him of a whole period of his life. in 1996, age 39, i had my own such experience – i walked into an avocado orchard in the summer and the smell stuck me so deeply that for a moment i was transported back 30 years, to 1966, when i walked the avocado orchard at my grandparents’ farm in summer. proust concludes impressions regained by saying we shouldn’t worry if we seek only beauty because unpleasant things, which we can’t avoid, may also invoke treasured memories of the past. that’s beauty, too.

i was moved by proust’s thoughts on physiognomy in the storm (section vii). places have a physiognomy of their own and also that of a person – a person can be recognized in a place, he says. from my young years until now, when i see certain mountains i see my dad’s face. i’d always thought i was alone, in that. but proust recognized the phenomena long ago.

an idea i liked: in separation (section i) reading poetry inspired in jean words to express thoughts of his own that until then he himself had barely understood. it was as if the poets he read understood his thoughts better than he did, and handed them back to him by giving him words.

proust is known for writing long sentences, which i’ve read drove some people to distraction during his lifetime. indeed, he admits, in henri de réveillon (section iii) that he wanders. by winter at réveillon (section vii) my curiosity got the better of me and i counted 483 words in one sentence (and that’s counting hyphenations as single words). imagine this review, which is 483 words, written as a single sentence. ouch.

the book is stronger on prose, poetry-like passages, philosophy, and weaker on story line. characters come and go, and those that stay don’t grow, with the exception of jean. in this sense, the book reads like a diary. the only real thread is jean, as he ages and matures. long sentences and repetition can make jean santeuil a tedious read at times, but the rewards are there.
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i was particularly interested in proust’s thoughts on how involuntary memory can be invoked by our senses. in holidays (section ii) he explores how music invokes involuntary memory; in impressions regained (section vi) a smell reminds him of a whole period of his life. in 1996, age 39, i had my own such experience – i walked into an avocado orchard in the summer and the smell stuck me so deeply that for a moment i was transported back 30 years, to 1966, when i walked the avocado orchard at my grandparents’ farm in summer. proust concludes impressions regained by saying we shouldn’t worry if we seek only beauty because unpleasant things, which we can’t avoid, may also invoke treasured memories of the past. that’s beauty, too.

i was moved by proust’s thoughts on physiognomy in the storm (section vii). places have a physiognomy of their own and also that of a person – a person can be recognized in a place, he says. from my young years until now, when i see certain mountains i see my dad’s face. i’d always thought i was alone, in that. but proust recognized the phenomena long ago.

an idea i liked: in separation (section i) reading poetry inspired in jean words to express thoughts of his own that until then he himself had barely understood. it was as if the poets he read understood his thoughts better than he did, and handed them back to him by giving him words.

proust is known for writing long sentences, which i’ve read drove some people to distraction during his lifetime. indeed, he admits, in henri de réveillon (section iii) that he wanders. by winter at réveillon (section vii) my curiosity got the better of me and i counted 483 words in one sentence (and that’s counting hyphenations as single words). imagine this review, which is 483 words, written as a single sentence. ouch.

the book is stronger on prose, poetry-like passages, philosophy, and weaker on story line. characters come and go, and those that stay don’t grow, with the exception of jean. in this sense, the book reads like a diary. the only real thread is jean, as he ages and matures. long sentences and repetition can make jean santeuil a tedious read at times, but the rewards are there.
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i was particularly interested in proust’s thoughts on how involuntary memory can be invoked by our senses. in holidays (section ii) he explores how music invokes involuntary memory; in impressions regained (section vi) a smell reminds him of a whole period of his life. in 1996, age 39, i had my own such experience – i walked into an avocado orchard in the summer and the smell stuck me so deeply that for a moment i was transported back 30 years, to 1966, when i walked the avocado orchard at my grandparents’ farm in summer. proust concludes impressions regained by saying we shouldn’t worry if we seek only beauty because unpleasant things, which we can’t avoid, may also invoke treasured memories of the past. that’s beauty, too.

i was moved by proust’s thoughts on physiognomy in the storm (section vii). places have a physiognomy of their own and also that of a person – a person can be recognized in a place, he says. from my young years until now, when i see certain mountains i see my dad’s face. i’d always thought i was alone, in that. but proust recognized the phenomena long ago.

an idea i liked: in separation (section i) reading poetry inspired in jean words to express thoughts of his own that until then he himself had barely understood. it was as if the poets he read understood his thoughts better than he did, and handed them back to him by giving him words.

proust is known for writing long sentences, which i’ve read drove some people to distraction during his lifetime. indeed, he admits, in henri de réveillon (section iii) that he wanders. by winter at réveillon (section vii) my curiosity got the better of me and i counted 483 words in one sentence (and that’s counting hyphenations as single words). imagine this review, which is 483 words, written as a single sentence. ouch.

the book is stronger on prose, poetry-like passages, philosophy, and weaker on story line. characters come and go, and those that stay don’t grow, with the exception of jean. in this sense, the book reads like a diary. the only real thread is jean, as he ages and matures. long sentences and repetition can make jean santeuil a tedious read at times, but the rewards are there.
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i was particularly interested in proust’s thoughts on how involuntary memory can be invoked by our senses. in holidays (section ii) he explores how music invokes involuntary memory; in impressions regained (section vi) a smell reminds him of a whole period of his life. in 1996, age 39, i had my own such experience – i walked into an avocado orchard in the summer and the smell stuck me so deeply that for a moment i was transported back 30 years, to 1966, when i walked the avocado orchard at my grandparents’ farm in summer. proust concludes impressions regained by saying we shouldn’t worry if we seek only beauty because unpleasant things, which we can’t avoid, may also invoke treasured memories of the past. that’s beauty, too.

i was moved by proust’s thoughts on physiognomy in the storm (section vii). places have a physiognomy of their own and also that of a person – a person can be recognized in a place, he says. from my young years until now, when i see certain mountains i see my dad’s face. i’d always thought i was alone, in that. but proust recognized the phenomena long ago.

an idea i liked: in separation (section i) reading poetry inspired in jean words to express thoughts of his own that until then he himself had barely understood. it was as if the poets he read understood his thoughts better than he did, and handed them back to him by giving him words.

proust is known for writing long sentences, which i’ve read drove some people to distraction during his lifetime. indeed, he admits, in henri de réveillon (section iii) that he wanders. by winter at réveillon (section vii) my curiosity got the better of me and i counted 483 words in one sentence (and that’s counting hyphenations as single words). imagine this review, which is 483 words, written as a single sentence. ouch.

the book is stronger on prose, poetry-like passages, philosophy, and weaker on story line. characters come and go, and those that stay don’t grow, with the exception of jean. in this sense, the book reads like a diary. the only real thread is jean, as he ages and matures. long sentences and repetition can make jean santeuil a tedious read at times, but the rewards are there.
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i was particularly interested in proust’s thoughts on how involuntary memory can be invoked by our senses. in holidays (section ii) he explores how music invokes involuntary memory; in impressions regained (section vi) a smell reminds him of a whole period of his life. in 1996, age 39, i had my own such experience – i walked into an avocado orchard in the summer and the smell stuck me so deeply that for a moment i was transported back 30 years, to 1966, when i walked the avocado orchard at my grandparents’ farm in summer. proust concludes impressions regained by saying we shouldn’t worry if we seek only beauty because unpleasant things, which we can’t avoid, may also invoke treasured memories of the past. that’s beauty, too.

i was moved by proust’s thoughts on physiognomy in the storm (section vii). places have a physiognomy of their own and also that of a person – a person can be recognized in a place, he says. from my young years until now, when i see certain mountains i see my dad’s face. i’d always thought i was alone, in that. but proust recognized the phenomena long ago.

an idea i liked: in separation (section i) reading poetry inspired in jean words to express thoughts of his own that until then he himself had barely understood. it was as if the poets he read understood his thoughts better than he did, and handed them back to him by giving him words.

proust is known for writing long sentences, which i’ve read drove some people to distraction during his lifetime. indeed, he admits, in henri de réveillon (section iii) that he wanders. by winter at réveillon (section vii) my curiosity got the better of me and i counted 483 words in one sentence (and that’s counting hyphenations as single words). imagine this review, which is 483 words, written as a single sentence. ouch.

the book is stronger on prose, poetry-like passages, philosophy, and weaker on story line. characters come and go, and those that stay don’t grow, with the exception of jean. in this sense, the book reads like a diary. the only real thread is jean, as he ages and matures. long sentences and repetition can make jean santeuil a tedious read at times, but the rewards are there.
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i was particularly interested in proust’s thoughts on how involuntary memory can be invoked by our senses. in holidays (section ii) he explores how music invokes involuntary memory; in impressions regained (section vi) a smell reminds him of a whole period of his life. in 1996, age 39, i had my own such experience – i walked into an avocado orchard in the summer and the smell stuck me so deeply that for a moment i was transported back 30 years, to 1966, when i walked the avocado orchard at my grandparents’ farm in summer. proust concludes impressions regained by saying we shouldn’t worry if we seek only beauty because unpleasant things, which we can’t avoid, may also invoke treasured memories of the past. that’s beauty, too.

i was moved by proust’s thoughts on physiognomy in the storm (section vii). places have a physiognomy of their own and also that of a person – a person can be recognized in a place, he says. from my young years until now, when i see certain mountains i see my dad’s face. i’d always thought i was alone, in that. but proust recognized the phenomena long ago.

an idea i liked: in separation (section i) reading poetry inspired in jean words to express thoughts of his own that until then he himself had barely understood. it was as if the poets he read understood his thoughts better than he did, and handed them back to him by giving him words.

proust is known for writing long sentences, which i’ve read drove some people to distraction during his lifetime. indeed, he admits, in henri de réveillon (section iii) that he wanders. by winter at réveillon (section vii) my curiosity got the better of me and i counted 483 words in one sentence (and that’s counting hyphenations as single words). imagine this review, which is 483 words, written as a single sentence. ouch.

the book is stronger on prose, poetry-like passages, philosophy, and weaker on story line. characters come and go, and those that stay don’t grow, with the exception of jean. in this sense, the book reads like a diary. the only real thread is jean, as he ages and matures. long sentences and repetition can make jean santeuil a tedious read at times, but the rewards are there.
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