Audio: from “Proust and Philosophy” conference (Wellesley College, Apr. 2)

[Note, 8:00am June 9: there was a problem with the links to the audiorecordings, but they have now been fixed; if you experienced trouble accessing the audio, we encourage you to try once again]

We’ve learned that audio recordings of the April 2nd “Proust and Philosophy” conference, held at Wellesley College, are available online. To access the four separate recordings, please use the links below. Many thanks to Prof. Flesch for letting us know of these!

  1. Laura Quinney’s brief introduction
  2. Richard Moran on the Proustian Involuntary
  3. Nicolas de Warren on Aspects of the Imagination in Proust
  4. William Flesch on Tense, Narration, and Loss in Proust; followed by general discussion

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