A French author of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, best known for a series of novels called Remembrance of Things Past. Proust's writing explores the influence of past experience on present reality.
Words nearby Proust, Marcel
How to use Proust, Marcel in a sentence
Marcel the elephant takes readers on a journey through his life, recounting his memories full of travel and adventure.The Daily Beast’s 2014 Holiday Gift Guide: For the Blue Ivy in Your Life|Allison McNearney|November 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The priest for the Creole ceremony was Father Marcel Saint Jean.
That August, she and Camp co-wrote the first Marcel the Shell video.The Casual Genius of Jenny Slate: ‘Marcel the Shell,’ ‘Obvious Child,’ and the Ghost of ‘SNL’|Kevin Fallon|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She saw herself as part of a larger tradition that includes Honore de Balzac, Leo Tolstoy, Marcel Proust, and Thomas Mann.
The third group came in the 1930s because of Adolf Hitler: Anni Albers, Ruth Adler Schnee, Marcel Breuer.
Explanations were difficult, but were accomplished during supper, and next day Marcel and Schaunard agreed to live together.Vie de Bohme|Orlo Williams
He lived and died in the house of his sister, in the fields just beyond Porte Saint-Marcel.The Stones of Paris in History and Letters, Volume I (of 2)|Benjamin Ellis Martin
"There is one thing that both of us must bear in mind, Lieutenant Melville," said Marcel, presently.
Marcel had a sprightly humor, and one could never tell how it was going to show itself.
We shook up our horses, and they trotted forward, Marcel and I assuming an air of ease and indifference.