Jean-Yves Tadié

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Jean-Yves Tadié, 2013.

Jean-Yves Tadié (born 1936) is a French writer, specializing in Marcel Proust.[1] His 800-page biography of Proust was well-received, asserted by Edmund White in his own book on Proust to be the best work of its kind. Briefly a professor in the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, University of Oxford, Tadié was then, until his retirement, a professor at the Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris IV) and director of the collections "Classical Folio" and "Theatre Folio".

He was also a director of the French Institute of London.

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Introduction à la vie littéraire du XIXe siècle, Bordas, 1971.
  • Lectures de Proust, Colin, 1971.
  • Proust et le Roman, Gallimard, 1971.
  • Le Récit poétique, PUF, 1978 ; Gallimard, 1994.
  • Le Roman d’aventures, PUF, 1982.
  • Proust, Belfond, 1983.
  • La Critique littéraire au XXe siècle, Belfond, 1987.
  • Études proustiennes I à VI, Gallimard, 1973-1988.
  • Le Roman au XXe siècle, Belfond, 1990.
  • Portrait de l’artiste, Oxford University Press, 1991.
  • Marcel Proust, biographie, Gallimard, 1996. (English translation ISBN 0-14-100203-4)
  • Le Sens de la mémoire (avec Marc Tadié), Gallimard, 1999.
  • Proust, la cathédrale du temps, Gallimard, coll. “Découvertes”, 1999.
  • Regarde de tous tes yeux, regarde ! Gallimard, 2005.
  • De Proust à Dumas, Gallimard, 2006.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pearson, Roger (17 September 2000). "Life Was Art, Art Was Life". The New York Times. p. 16. Retrieved 17 May 2011.