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最後的親王府宴
2011/09/15 18:02:08瀏覽378|回應0|推薦5
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織錦無法沒有暗沉背影,以襯托與支持主角的形體,彰顯重量。 

不僅是因為第七冊改編電影對個人生命的註記地位,《重現的時光》將所有揮之不去的情感記憶或本能, 與欲表達的殘酷與虛偽, 一一收線,織錦完工,大主座教堂也方焉落成。

.......讀le14nov 整理之文, 再度回到那樣的體悟

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人生的化妝舞會4:回想起從前在阿讓庫爾臉上偶爾露出的、一時沖淡他那高傲神態的笑容,我們才得以在真正的阿讓庫爾身上勉強找到我曾看到過那麽多次的形象
知識學習隨堂筆記2011/09/12 20:34 |瀏覽 47|回應 0|推薦 6|引用 0
人生的化妝舞會3:我若要找回自己熟悉的那個阿讓庫爾的面容,就得穿透一張臉上連續多少個變化,但他還是只擁有他自己的那具軀體,可臉部已與他本人迥然不同!
知識學習隨堂筆記2011/09/10 08:40 |瀏覽 55|回應 0|推薦 8|引用 0
人生的化妝舞會2:像這樣,盡力撇開喬裝改扮的內容,憑藉記憶的努力補充殘存的本來面目,我終於鑑別出了第一個人
知識學習隨堂筆記2011/09/08 22:30 |瀏覽 57|回應 0|推薦 7|引用 0
人生的化妝舞會1:他給自己裝上了一部白色的鬍子,雙腳似乎穿著沈重的鉛鞋步履緩慢,仿佛承擔起了表現某個「人生時期」的任務
知識學習隨堂筆記2011/09/08 22:26 |瀏覽 50|回應 0|推薦 5|引用 0

http://proustreader.wordpress.com/tag/m-dargencourt/Mental Meets Flesh

January 3, 2010

Just before entering the ballroom filled with the aged persons of Marcel’s past, he makes the realization that the mental has precedence over the actual. His grandmother’s death is real only some months after the event. Proust, like Whitman, is not afraid of self-contradiction. As Marcel enters the ballroom, aged flesh asserts primacy over the mental and Marcel becomes disoriented.

M. d’Argencourt, the once imperious Belgian envoy, is no longer visibly intimidating.

…one was obliged to study them at the same time with one’s eyes and with one’s memory…the new, the unrecognisable Argencourt was there before me as the revelation of Time, which by his agency was rendered partially visible, for in the new elements which went to compose  his face and his personality one could decipher a number which told one the years of his age, one could recognise the hieroglyph of life–of life not as it appears to us, that is to say permanent, but as it really is: an atmosphere so swiftly changing that at the end of the day the proud nobleman is portrayed, in caricature, as a dealer in old clothes. (VI,342)

Marcel searches for what the face shows of the person’s moral qualities.

And if I no longer felt any ill will towards  him, it was because in this man who had rediscovered the innocence of childhood there was no longer any recollections of the contemptuous notions which he might once have had of me…either because the sentiments had ceased to exist in him or because in order to arrive at me they were obliged to pass through physical refractors which so distorted them that in the course of their journey they completely changed their meaning, so that M. d’Argencourt appeared to be kind for want of the physical means of expressing that he was still unkind…(VI(341)

But time may have revealed more agreeable aspects in a person.

From this young girl, for instance, as from M. d’Argencourt, time had extracted possibilities that one could never have suspected, but these possibilities, though it was through her physiognomy or her body that they had expressed themselves, seemed to be of a moral order….In a woman, for instance, whom one had known as stiff and prim, an enlargement out of all recognition of the cheeks, an unpredictable arching of the nose, caused one the same surprise–and often it was an agreeable surprise—as one would have felt at some sensitive and profound remark, some noble and courageous action that one would never have expected of her. (VI,343)




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