Starting in the second half of the 20th century, Marcel Proust’s works have received more attention from commentators. Considered from various perspectives, such as semiotics, narratives, or psychoanalysis, Proust’s works have long brought endless joy in reading. Before readers read, the author himself read first. Commentators have pointed out how Marcel Proust read other authors (UK, US, and France) to create the grand work of In Search of Lost Time, and how his creation fully expressed the principle of “reading creates space”，according to Maurice Blanchot. However, the influences are not directly recognizable, as the moving and winding tracks at the deep levels of writing provide endless connections. Among the many continental authors read by Marcel Proust, female poet Anna de Noailles of the Beautiful Era was rarely mentioned.
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- Marcel Proust
- Anna de Noailles
- reading creativity
- endless dialogue
- philosophical concepts
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