For the past week or so, I’ve been building a table that tracks the citations to Marcel Proust in Deleuze’s Proust et les signes. I reproduce the citation information to the 3-volume mid-century Gallimard edition of A la recherche and locate the corresponding passages in the 6-volume Modern Library edition of the Moncrieff–Kilmartin–Enright English translation of the Search.

In addition to these correspondences, I discovered a few interesting things: including errors and elisions (in the English translation) and a few strange decision Deleuze made in his own citations.

Here’s the link to the published Google Doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vS6CaLjqywq7_kRt8D-ptpEGf2wrowI_NpjgbqHtDes48VBZ8Oc5jJTIhiUzmNMygRhs6OyBnsIFESG/pub

https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vS6CaLjqywq7_kRt8D-ptpEGf2wrowI_NpjgbqHtDes48VBZ8Oc5jJTIhiUzmNMygRhs6OyBnsIFESG/pub

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