Proust has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Atlantic' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Proust was highly popular in January, 2017.

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[...] such as Wilco. Proust is a little uneven as it swings from AM pop to fuzzy rock to hypnotic Krautrock, but it’s still [...]

25 Productivity Secrets That Really Worked for History’s Greatest Thinkers

[...] Capote told The Paris Review, “I can’t think unless I’m lying down.” Neither could Proust. 13. When composer Igor Stravinsky felt blocked, he’d stand on his head to clear his [...]


“La Mode Retrouvée”, a divine fashion exhibition at the Palais Galliera in Paris

[...] Caraman-Chimay (1860-1952), whose beauty and elegance was one of the main inspirations for Marcel Proust and the fashion designers of her time. On display at the Palais Galliera, there are some fifty [...]

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[...] together by recurring ruminations on coffee. The book was originally titled Java Head, and if Proust needed a madeleine to spark his memories, all Smith needed was a cup o’ joe. Sinatra: The [...]

Creativity and Convalescence: Works Shaped by Illness

[...] well-read, witty, constantly digressing hypochondriac. Last but not least, French novelist Marcel Proust may be the poster child for the value of prolonged convalescence on creative work. Having [...]

Karl Ove Knausgaard: the Scandinavian Proust

[...] everyday experiences with a grand philosophical ambition has earned him comparisons with Marcel Proust, James Joyce and Henry Miller. On October 29, Knausgaard will make an exclusive appearance on the [...]

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