I mean, can I? I do feel pretty traumatized after finishing this book. Reading Proust made me wish I were more of a scholar, so I could try to puzzle out some kind of literary context for what this book is. I mean, I never heard of him when I was in college, or after. I honestly had no idea who Proust was until I started hanging out on this website.
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I mean, can I? I do feel pretty traumatized after finishing this book. Reading Proust made me wish I were more of a scholar, so I could try to puzzle out some kind of literary context for what this book is. I mean, I never heard of him when I was in college, or after.
I honestly had no idea who Proust was until I started hanging out on this website. A little background: I always really loathed the discipline of psychology and thought it was stupid.
My happy discovery was that Freud, at least, was actually a fabulous writer, and a lot of his ideas are totally fascinating and very beautiful.
Freud said he wanted his case histories to read like short stories, so I think he understood this. Proust, of course, took this to an extreme, by exploring essentially the same territory, not in a short story, but in an extraordinarily long and in some ways kind of ridiculous novel.
I completely lost my shit reading the last couple pages of this book, and broke down on some fundamental level in a way I imagine was akin to what you can get from really top-shelf psychotherapy.
One of the things that Proust says is that readers of his book "would not be my readers but readers of themselves, my book serving merely as a sort of magnifying glass, such as the optician of Combray used to offer to a customer, so that through my book I would give them the means of reading in their own selves" p. I guess that could sound unexciting, ripped out of context, but he really does do this, and it truly is astounding.
Like psychotherapy, ISoLT attempts to dive into the murk of the unconscious past to retrieve experiences and cognitions that have become inaccessible. Proust dives in and swims down to the bottom, and he finds them, and he grabs them, and he brings them back up and then hands them to you Which is pretty nuts.
I feel fucked up from it. I thought I wanted to talk about this book, but maybe I just want to pack up my shit after all. I guess the only thing I need to add right at this moment is that I really felt like Proust gave me this particular combination of the things I need most.
Except for The Captive, which is only somewhat entertaining. I mean that. It could.
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