Marcel Proust

The Prisoner and The Fugitive

1923 (First Published)

Main Details
Credits
Author Marcel Proust
Publisher Penguin Group
Imprint Penguin Classics
Series In Search of Lost Time*
Cover Artist James McNeill Whistler*
General Editor Christopher Prendergast
Translated by Carol Clark
Introduction by Carol Clark
Notes by Carol Clark
Translated by Peter Collier
Introduction by Peter Collier
Notes by Peter Collier
Copyright Holder (Translation) Carol Clark
Copyright Holder (Editorial Material) Carol Clark
Copyright Holder (Translation) Peter Collier
Copyright Holder (Editorial Material) Peter Collier
Copyright Holder the Frick Collection*
Copyright Holder (Photos) Hulton-Deutsch Collection
Copyright Holder (Photos) Corbis
Typeset by Rowland Phototypesetting Ltd
Printed by Clays Ltd, St Ives plc
Works
Date
First Published 1923
First Published 1925
First Published 2002
Copyright 2002
Republished 2003
Identifying Codes
Barcode 9 780141 180359
ISBN 978-0-14-118035-9
Printer's Key 5
Price U.K. £10.99
Series Number 5
Format Paperback
Publication Location Great Britain
Genre
Page Count / Font 692 pages
Language English
Original Language French
Original Title La Prisonnière / Albertine disparue
Chapters Contents

Translator's Introduction: The Prisoner
Translator's Introduction: The Fugitive

The Prisoner

The Fugitive
Chapter 1 Grieving and Forgetting
Chapter 2 Mademoiselle de Forcheville
Chapter 3 Staying in Venice
Chapter 4 A New Side to Robert de Saint-Loup

Notes to The Prisoner
Notes to The Fugitive
Synopsis of The Prisoner
Synopsis of The Fugitive
Notes La Prisonnière first published 1923
Albertine disparue first published 1925
This translation first published by Allen Lane The Penguin Press, 2002
Published in Penguin Classics 2003
Translation and editorial matter copyright © Carol Clark, Peter Collier, 2002
Set by Rowland Phototypesetting Ltd, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Printed in England by Clays Ltd, St Ives plc

The cover shows a detail from Mrs Frederick R. Leyland by James McNeill Whistler © the Frick Collection, New York. The back shows the painting in its entirety. Spine portrait of Proust © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/Corbis

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