[Msa-discuss] Newspapers, Magazines, and Advertisers in Modernist Fiction

Christina Svendsen svendsen at fas.harvard.edu
Wed Jun 19 10:55:05 EDT 2013


Yet another low-hanging fruit, but a good one:
the narrator in Proust's* A la recherche du temps perdu*, particularly when
he is waiting for his article to come out in* Le Figaro*, and also when
reading* La revue verte*, etc.

all best,
Christina Svendsen


2013/6/18 Judith Paltin <jhicks at umail.ucsb.edu>

>  Dear Matt,
>   Another low-hanging fruit: Martin Decoud in Conrad's *Nostromo *has
> "made free of a few newspaper offices" in Paris, written  one article about
> Costaguana in "an important Parisian review," "condescended to write
> articles on European affairs for the*Semanario" *of Santa Marta, and
> becomes "the Journalist of Sulaco" by beginning a single sheet newspaper
> called the *Porvenir.*
>  *  *My best,
>     Judith Paltin
>     UCSB
>
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Christina Svendsen, Ph.D.
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Harvard University
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