O Prazer da Leitura

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  • Paperback
  • 67 pages
  • O Prazer da Leitura
  • Marcel Proust
  • Portuguese
  • 05 March 2018

About the Author: Marcel Proust

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the O Prazer da Leitura book, this is one of the most wanted Marcel Proust author readers around the world.


O Prazer da Leitura O Prazer da Leitura o pref cio que Proust escreveu para a sua tradu o de S samo e L rios de John Ruskin Este texto apareceu originalmente na revista La Renaissance Latine 1905 e, no ano seguinte, acompanhando a referida tradu o Proust inclui lo ia com alguns pequenos retoques em Pastiches et M langes 1919 Considerado um dos mais belos textos de Proust, este texto apresenta os seus pontos de vista sobre o lugar que os livros devem ocupar na actividade criativa e o seu papel limitado, mas insubstitu vel, na vida.O Prazer da Leitura prenuncia j o estilo de Em Busca do Tempo Perdido e cont m em germe todo o essencial da sua teoria est tica N o h talvez dias da nossa inf ncia que tenhamos t o intensamente vivido como aqueles que julg mos passar sem t los vivido, aqueles que pass mos com um livro preferido Marcel Proust Download O Prazer da Leitura – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “O Prazer da Leitura

  1. Luís C. says:

    I will not dwell on the subject of the book, I think you all know it, reading, books, the joy of reading when you are a child and beyond.Proust tells us about these books that make us want to spend the evening with them, the little creaking that constitutes the interrupted chapter because We would have wanted the book to continue.The role of reading a conversation with the most honest people of past centuries said Ruskin, to which Proust answersR...

  2. Michael Finocchiaro says:

    This short book of essays is a look inside Proust s mind in how he looked at literature and how he consumed it and recycled what he read in his chef d oeuvre, La Recherche Not an essential read but nonetheless, a very insightful one.

  3. Bram says:

    Since this book has yet to be reviewed on this site, I feel compelled to say something, but I also feelcomfortable making this a dry description rather than utilizing my usual erratic and not so informative approach Days of Reading is a collection of five essays, one of which is heavily abridged from a longer work Against Sainte Beuve These five essays cover four topics We have criticism of Ruskin s art and architecture criticism two philosophical essays on the pleasures, edificati Since this book has yet to be reviewed on this site, I feel compelled to say something, but I also feelcomfortable making this a dry description rather than utilizing my usual erratic and not so informative approach Days of Reading is a collection of five essays, one of which is heavily abridged from a longer work Against Sainte Beuve These five essays cover four topics We have criticism of Ruskin s art and architecture criticism two philosophical essays on the pleasures, edifications, and limitations of reading some thoughts basically just a few long quotations on Sainte Beuve and his in famous style of li...

  4. Andreea says:

    This tiny book isn t quite what the cover and most readers make it out to be It s not a beautiful, lyrical eulogy to reading although the first 10 or so pages are very beautiful and remind one of the beginning of Swann s Way , it s a passionate refutation of the idea that reading classics by itself is the best way to educate yourself which Ruskin supported in Sesame and Lilies among many other equally foolish and hideously chauvinistic ideas I suspect that the book is a bit confusing to r This tiny book isn t quite what the cover and most readers make it out to be It s not a beautiful, lyrical eulogy to reading although the first 10 or so pages are very beautiful and remind one of the beginning of Swann s Way , it s a passionate refutation of the idea that reading classics by itself is the best way to educate yourself which Ruskin supported in Sesame and Lilies a...

  5. Ben Loory says:

    yeah, i don t know proust his sentences are so long and flowing and beautiful, i fall asleep every three or four paragraphs but every now and then i wake up and take notice and he s saying something really cool of course, it mostly has to do with ruskin or sainte beuve or somebody else i haven t read, so mostly i just feel dumb and resentful but then, at the very end, there s this Style is not at all an embellishment as certain people think, it is not even a matter of techn...

  6. Laura says:

    The original French text is available at La Biblioth que lectronique du Qu bec.

  7. Anders says:

    The configuration of something is not simply the image of its nature, it is the clue to its destiny and the transcript of its history The power of genius is to make us love a beauty we feel to bereal than ourselves, in those things which in the eyes of others are as particular and as perishable as ourselves But if we are unable to relight the fires of the past, we would like at least to gather up their ash...

  8. Laala Alghata says:

    I left too large a gap between when I finished this book and writing this review, so forgive me, it s going to be vague The book was split into two parts, the first half was on John Ruskin, and the second was on reading The minute I turned the page and saw that the first essay was on Ruskin and was really glad I had just finished On Art and Life and had some sort of understanding of what Ruskin was like as a writer and art critic I loved him So I was glad someone with Proust s genius was wri I left too large a gap between when I finished this book and writing this review, so forgive me, it s going to be vague The book was split into two parts, the first half was on John Ruskin, and the second was on reading The minute I turned the page and saw that the first essay was on Ruskin and was really glad I had just finished On Art and Life and had some sort of understanding of what Ruskin was like as a writer and art critic I loved him So I was glad someone with Proust s genius was writing about Ruskin s genius I find it fascinating when men like Proust admire other men I mean, Ruskin definitely deserved it, but when you think of people you admire, you forget sometimes that they had idols, too They didn t crawl out, f...

  9. latner3 says:

    There are perhaps no days of our childhood that we lived as fully as the days we think we left behind without living at all the days we spent with a favourite book.

  10. Kelly says:

    Recently I ve discovered another joy time waster in Google land it s definitely not that story specifically that s the draw It s the spying factor, scoping out the rotten apples By gum, there isthan I imagined Well, I was already on to what this guy was gutsy enough to actually write on a blog.http ebv.blogspot.com 2008 05 stephWhat great pleasure I derive from now being able to catch the english language pilferers before I get garroted, Recently I ve discovered another joy time waster in Google land it s definitely not that story specifically that s the draw It s the spying factor, scoping out the rotten apples By gum, there isthan I imagined Well, I was already on to what this guy was gutsy enough to actually write on a blog.http ebv.blogspot.com 2008 05 stephWhat great pleasure I derive from now being able to catch the english language pilferers before I get garroted, it s precious time saved for the good stuff The good kind of heart ripping truth LikeProust Ticket for easy interpretation Admission One In mia familia, course plots was dreaded drivel Characters without character got the sack So if one of us wanted to pick up a Koontz, Harris, or King then we were SOL for a ride back home Reading was a family affair was as in the loss of literary drive via loss of childhood No excuse, but there you have it No one was going to back me up in any pursuit of dys...