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Vanity Fair's Proust Questionnaire by Graydon Carter
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Nov 21, 2011

it was ok
Read in November, 2011

Ho-hum. I was hoping that because this questionnaire was popularized by Proust, there would be some really interesting questions answered by some really intellectual and inspiring people. No such luck. Since the questionnaire was reintroduced by Vanity Fair the roster of names is made up mostly of pop-culture icons. Just because someone is famous doesn’t mean they’re interesting. In fact, for the most part they're just as boring as the rest of us.

Question: If you could give the Proust Questionnaire to anyone, who would it be?

My Answer: Madeline Schow


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message 1: by Jennifer (new)

Jennifer Tong yes. I would love to read Madeline's answers! That being sad David Thomas baron would also be enlightening. He has a special little view of his world.


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