Nabokov: the man and his work; studies edited by L.S. Dembo.


Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1967.

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Other Authors Dembo, L. S.
Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Biographie.
Nabokov Vladimir V. -- Aufsatzsammlung.
Nabokov Vladimir V. -- Biographie -- Aufsatzsammlung.
Nabokov, Vladimir V.
Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977
Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977.
Description x, 282 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes "With the exception of ... [two articles] a reprint of the Spring, 1967, issue of Wisconsin studies in contemporary literature."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 230-276).
Also issued online.
Contents Vladimir Nabokov, an introduction / L.S. Dembo -- An interview with Vladimir Nabokov / conducted by Alfred Appel, Jr. -- Notes on Nabokov as a Russian writer / Gleb Struve -- The artist as failure in Nabokov's early prose / Andrew Field -- Despair and the lust for immortality / Claire Rosenfield -- The mirrors of Sebastian Knight / Charles Nicol -- Bend sinister: Nabokov's political dream / L.L. Lee -- Lolita: the springboard of parody / Alfred Appel, Jr. -- The double pnin / Ambrose Gordon, Jr. -- Pale fire and the fine art of annotation / John O. Lyons -- Nabokov's dialectical structure / Carol t. William -- Illusion, reality, and parody in Nabokov's plays / Simon Karlinsky -- Nabokov's Pushkin and Nabokov's Nabokov / Clarence Brown -- The flaunting of artifice in Vladimir Nabokov and Jorge Luis Borges / Patricia Merivale -- Vladimir Nabokov's critical reputation in English: a note and a checklist / Jackson R. Bryer and Thomas J. Bergin, Jr.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)293595
(OCoLC)ocm00293595
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