Dr. Charlayne Grenci's Marcel Proust Exposed is the first and only in-depth analysis of Marcel Proust's psyche, sexuality, and his famous works by a clinical sexologist. Grenci's report is an absorbing and critical examination which will both challenge and go beyond all other Proust aficionado's critiques and biographies by revealing the results of an exclusive research. Marcel Proust Exposed is an original report of paramount discovery and significance because it thoroughly exposes the private life and dark side of a famous author. Grenci's study will prove beyond a reasonable doubt why Proust was a sadistic, tortured soul, plagued by the depth and diversity of his sexual identity and secret perversions, his highly creative personality and medical illnesses. Between these covers is a mind-blowing revelation prepared to inform readers of non-fiction; parents; Proustian fans; literary scholars; psychiatrists; professors and students of literature, psychology, abnormal psychology, human sexuality, clinical sexology, medicine, sociology, the judicial system, and criminal profiling; and person's seeking methodology successful in detecting and trouble-shooting problem origins and analyzing cases involving sexual evaluation. Marcel Proust Exposed is also a good read for all individuals interested in learning about gifted people and their problems. Is the creative genius predisposed for a life of misery, being misunderstood, prone to addictions or criminal behavior? Are they blessed with their talent, psychotic because of it, or cursed? These answers are uncovered between the sheets of Marcel Proust Exposed.