Les "paperoles" de Marcel Proust présentées par Guillaume Fau, conservateur à la BnF - La Grande Librairie, France 5. "Emission de François Busnel consacrée au centenaire de la parution de Du côté de chez Swann de Marcel Proust, le 9 mai 2013."
Proust's manuscript: "Proust's handwriting in flows over the sides, with corrections, deletions, sometimes whole passages additions in the margin or pasted additions, as the French call papillons, butterflies that had taken place throughout the manuscript, the longest with a wingspan of about a meter, as Céleste Albaret talks about it in "Monsieur Proust" all spread on the table before our eyes and hands.
"Why All the Fuss About Proust? The 100th anniversary of Swann's Way reminds us of his introspective genius He was a fop and a snob, writes Andre Aciman, but the 100th anniversary of his great novel reminds us of his introspective genius." Subscription to WSJ may be needed. Read here: http://online.wsj.com/news/article_email/SB10001424052702303376904579137463241573426-lMyQjAxMTAzMDEwOTExNDkyWj