The Corr-Proust Wiki is a platform for translating the correspondence of the French writer Marcel Proust (1871-1922). Using original transcriptions in French from the Corr-Proust digital edition, the Wiki serves as a collaborative space where scholars and fans of Proust can translate his letters, making them available to readers worldwide. Please visit the About page for more details.
- To read translations of Proust’s correspondence, see the Completed Translations page.
- To translate Proust’s correspondence from the original French into another language, visit the Guidelines for Contributors page.
The Corr-Proust Digital Edition
The Corr-Proust digital edition, which serves as the basis for the Corr-Proust Wiki, is an ongoing open-access digital edition of Marcel Proust’s letters, updating and augmenting earlier print editions. It is produced by a French-American research consortium of three institutions: the University of Illinois, the Université Grenoble Alpes, and the Institut des textes et manuscrits modernes (CNRS / ENS Paris).
Content published on the Corr-Proust Wiki is collaboratively developed using MediaWiki software: individual contributions are recognized in the final footnote of each letter. While all content on the Wiki can be viewed by anyone, registration and sign-in are required to contribute content.
All texts and translations published on the Corr-Proust Wiki are available for noncommercial reuse with attribution, under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License (CC BY-NC-SA). Please visit the detailed guidelines page for more information.
|Disclaimer: the Corr-Proust editors cannot guarantee the perfect fluency of every translation made available on the Corr-Proust Wiki. The quality of the translations is overseen by a self-monitoring community of contributors and by the Corr-Proust Wiki administrators.