NABOKV-L post 0012013, Tue, 8 Nov 2005 08:14:45 -0800

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EDNOTE. As an aside---The Egyptologist is an entertaining read.

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Date: Tue, 8 Nov 2005 07:40:40 -0600
From: sam schuman <schumans@morris.umn.edu>
Reply-To: sam schuman <schumans@morris.umn.edu>
Subject: VN in Egypt
To: Vladimir Nabokov Forum

Well, not really. But he does make a quirky appearance in The
Egyptologist, by Arthur Phillips, a novel described by the "St. Louis
Post-Dispatch" as "an astonishingly clever Nabokovian tangle of
evansions and deceptions." At the conclusion of the novel, by the
author of Prague (a novel set entirely in Budpest!) Phillips
"gratefully acknowledges the kind assistance" of, among others, "the
invaluable example of Miss Vivian Darkbloom."
--
Sam

Samuel Schuman
Chancellor
The University of Minnesota, Morris
Morris, MN 56267
schumans@morris.umn.edu
320-589-6020

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