Definitions for "Proust"
Samuel Beckett wrote his essay Proust in the summer of 1930, in response to a commission precipitated by Thomas Mac Greevy, Charles Prentice, and Richard Aldington, during his stay at École Normale in Paris. By the end of September, he delivered it by hand to Charles Prentice at Chatto and Windus. The book sold 2,600 copies by 1937, with the remaining 400 remaindered by 1941.
Keywords:  novelist, french
French novelist (1871-1922)