July 3 | The Captive and The Fugitive
$350.00 – $892.50
In parts 5 and 6 of In Search of Lost Time our narrator has his wishes fulfilled only to discover … Well, in this seminar we’ll undertake a reading of these volumes of Proust’s masterpiece, focusing on Proust’s reflections on the nature of desire and the relation between desire and time as this story continues.
When: Six weekly sessions on Sundays at 11:00 a.m. Eastern, starting July 3, 2022
Duration: 2 hours per session
Cost: C$350 plus 13% HST (approx. US$278 plus 13% HST); save 15% when you register for the remaining 3 Proust seminars together
Group Size: 12-participant limit
How: We meet on Zoom; you will receive joining instructions approx. 3 weeks before the seminar start date. For your privacy, all our Zoom seminars are password-protected and are never recorded. See full conditions at the bottom of this page.
All seminar payments are nonrefundable. All discount codes must be used at time of purchase. If you would like to apply your Toronto Pursuits 2020 deposit to this seminar, please contact us.
Dr. Wendy O’Brien is a philosopher with over 30 years’ experience teaching in academic and non-academic environments, including Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, Wilfrid Laurier University, the University of Waterloo, Harvard, Oxford and the Art Gallery of Ontario. Her work explores subjects including power, violence, the relation to the Other, home, silence, and creativity. She is presently working on a long-term project on the concept of wonder. An active member of the Ontario literary scene, she has been an interviewer for organizations including By the Lake Book Club, the Toronto International Festival of Authors and GritLit, as well as hosting Bourbon and Books book club in both Toronto and Hamilton.
The Captive and The Fugitive, by Marcel Proust, translated by Charles Kenneth Scott Moncrieff and Terence Kilmartin
(Modern Library/Penguin Random House, 1999)
Please be sure to obtain this edition/translation.
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In parts 5 and 6 of In Search of Lost Time our narrator has his wishes fulfilled only to discover … Well, in this seminar we’ll undertake a reading of these volumes of Proust’s masterpiece focusing on Proust’s reflections on the nature of desire and the relation between desire and time as this story continues.
“We fall in love for a smile, a look, a shoulder. That is enough; then, in the long hours of hope or sorrow, we fabricate a person, we compose a character.”
All online seminar payments are nonrefundable. All discount codes must be used at the time of purchase; no retroactive discounts will be issued.
All seminars are subject to minimum enrollment of 7 participants. Click the link for full terms and conditions for Classical Pursuits online seminars.
Classical Pursuits does not record seminars. By participating in any seminar, registrants agree not to make their own seminar recordings and to abide by the Classical Pursuits code of conduct.
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Sodom and Gomorrah only, The Captive and The Fugitive only, Time Regained only, All 3 seminars