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Below is the translated Table of Contents of the new collection of articles on Nabokov, edited by Yuri Leving & E. Soshkin. NB The volume is in Russian

EMPIRE N

Nabokov and Heirs


CONTENTS


Yuri Leving, Evgeny Soshkin. Nabokov on a Securities Market


I. Sociology of success / INTENTIONS / literary behavior

Maria Malikova (Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg). The Gift and Success of Vladimir Nabokov

Boris Maslov (University of California, Berkeley). Dilettantism as a Historical-Cultural Phenomenon (Notes toward an Aesthetic Ideology of Vladimir Nabokov’s The Gift)

Stephen Blackwell (University of Tennessee). Nabokov the Publisher

Irina Borisova (St. Petersburg). Nabokov’s Ultima Thule, or “The details of his business—especially those connected with the handling of old somber pictures…”

II. Industry / RECEPTIONS / mass culture

Yuri Leving (The George Washington University). Plaster, Marble, Canon: The Vindication of Nabokov

Suellen Stringer-Hye (Vanderbilt University). Vladimir Nabokov and American Popular Culture

Ekaterina Vassileva-Ostrovsky (Cologne University). Lolita’s Mythology: Nabokov’s Heroine in Contemporary Art and Mass Culture

Iuichi Isahaya (University Doshisha, Kyoto). Nabokov and Nabokov Studies: The Nineties

Ekaterina Rogatchevsky (British Library, London). Virtual Nabokov (In Internet and Around)

Viacheslav Desyatov (Altai State University). Russian Postmodernism: Half a Century with Nabokov

Yuri Leving (The George Washington University). “Nabokov-7”: Russian Postmodernism in Search of National Identity

Oleg Lekmanov (Moscow State University). Nabokov in Modern Russia: The History of Assimilation


III. Nabokov the reader / REFLECTIONS / Nabokov the spectator

Savely Senderovich, Yelena Shwartz (Cornell University). The Juice of Three Oranges: Nabokov and St. Petersburg Theatrical Avant-Garde

Lada Panova (Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow). Vladimir Sirin and Russian Egypt

Alexander Dolinin (University of Wisconsin-Madison / St. Petersburg). On a Certain Parody by Nabokov

Nadezhda Grigoreva (Konstanz / Moscow). The Avant-Garde in Despair

Donald Barton Johnson (University of California, Santa Barbara). Forbidden Masterpieces in Nabokov’s Ada

Rashit Yangirov (Moscow). “The Sense of Film”: Notes on the Cinematic Context in the Literature of the Russian Emigration in the 1920-1930s


IV. Challenge to a reader / CODES / Contact by return

Alexander Zholkovsky (University of Southern California, Los Angeles). Prank? Joke? Problem?

Feodor Dvyniatin (St. Petersburg). Nabokov, Modernism, Postmodernism, and Mimesis

Masha Levina-Parker (Sorbonne, Paris). Repetition. Répétition. Rehearsal? On a Certain Narrative Strategy in Nabokov’s and Bely’s Prose

Evgeny Soshkin (Jerusalem). Hitchcock’s Double. About Nabokov’s Detective Strategies

Alexander Dolinin (University of Wisconsin-Madison / St. Petersburg). Signs and Symbols in Nabokov’s “Signs and Symbols”




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