A modern twist on the famous Proust Questionnaire — part guided journal, part parlor game, and a great way to explore who you really are
The Proust Questionnaire has become a classic personality test and parlor game. Originating in Victorian times, and first popularized by a young Marcel Proust, this list of questions is now a staple in Vanity Fair and is often imitated in magazine quizzes and celebrity media coverage.
Illustrator and collage artist Joanna Neborsky brings a quirky, richly layered visual style to her unique version of the questionnaire, along with cheeky, witty prompts and asides that transform this classic quiz into a lively interactive journal, inviting readers to reflect, write, doodle, collage, and otherwise personalize the colorful pages.
About Joanna Neborsky
Joanna Neborsky is an illustrator and animator whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, Travel + Leisure, and other national publications. This is her second book.