Torpid Smoke: The Stories of Vladimir Nabokov
From the contents: Memory and dream in Nabokov's short fiction (B. Wyllie). - Nabokov's approach to the supernatural in the early stories (J.W. Connoly). - Nabokov's Christmas stories (R.H.W. Dillard). - Art and marriage in Vladimir Nabokov's Music and in Lev Tolstoy's The Kreutzer sonata (N.W. Balestrini). - How they brought the bad news to Mints: Breaking the news (S.G. Kellman). - Alone in the void: Mademoiselle O (J.E. Rivers). - Nabokov's Vasily Shishkov: an author-text interpretation (M.D. Shrayer). - Ville scripts: games of double-crossing in Vladimir Nabokov's The assistant producer (C. Moraru).
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Nabokovs Christmas Stories
Art and Marriage in Vladimir Nabokovs Music and in Lev Tol
An AuthorText Interpretation
Games of DoubleCrossing in Vladimir Nabokovs
Nabokov and the Prism of Art
The Vane Sisters and Nabokovs Subtle and Loving Readers
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Página 8 - There is, it would seem, in the dimensional scale of the world a kind of delicate meeting place between imagination and knowledge, a point, arrived at by diminishing large things and enlarging small ones, that is intrinsically artistic.