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The Collected PoemsRaum founder of the Proust Society of America have ever been published in book form or translated into English until now In this dual language edition of new translations Augenbraum has brought together nineteen renowned poets and poetry translators to bring Proust's exuberant verse back to li. When this book jumped out at me At the bookstore last week I was immediately intrigued by its rough appearance Flipping open to the poem Sonnet I knew I had to read this book After getting it home I did wish I would have examined it further I loved the poems They did what poems should do I feel have movement have life make you think or completely make zero sense The notes at the end I could of did without The part I wish I would have known was that the book had their true form also I would like to hear a few of them in this form Hopefully my sister still remembers some French If not then I will have to just leave that part alone

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The Collected Poems Review ¼ 102 ä ❮BOOKS❯ ⚡ The Collected Poems Author Marcel Proust – Dcmdirect.co.uk For the centennial of Swann's Way the most complete volume of Proust's poetry ever assembled in a gorgeous deluxe edition As a young man Proust wrote both poetry and prose Even after he embarked on h For the centennial For the centennial of Swann's Way the most complete volume of Proust's poetry ever assembled in a gorgeous deluxe edition As a young man Proust wrote both poetry and prose Even after he embarked on The Collected Epubhis masterful In Search of Lost Time at the age of thirty eight he never stop. If this is considered a good preview of Proust as a writer I must say I'm not a fan I felt like I was on a bad date where someone pulls out their journal and asks would you like to hear my poetry No sir I would not Some pretty moments but nothing worthy of the hype

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Ped writing poetry His verse is often playful filled with affection and satire and is peppered with witty barbs at friends and people in his social circle of aristocrats writers musicians and courtesans            Few of the poems collected here under the editorship of Harold Augenb. I didn't have a whole lot of supplementary reading beyond the group page posts for the Proust 2013 read along but this was the one I saw this dual language edition of Proust's poems in the bookstore of my brand new grads school university and picked it up With all the life changes this year I kept on reading Proust These poems as noted in the introduction are ephemeral than In Search of Lost Time since most of them were written somehow attached to letters for friends The spontaneous side of Proust something that was most often lacking from In Search of Lost Time was something I was pleased to see Most of the poems that were not meant for publication are spontaneous in jokes between Proust and his social circle and the ones that were meant for publication were in honor of famous artists or musicians One notable one is a prose poem that echoes very strongly the themes that Proust later explores in Swann's Way The dual language edition was a particularly nice as well I have just enough high school French to puzzle out what some of the shorter poems were saying and after reading a prodigious amount of Proust this year it was interesting to see what the original French was compared to the English translation The subtle differences were a nice touch when reflecting on all of a year of reading Proust