Bibliographic entries by author: Connolly, Julian W.

This is a list of Bibliography Items for the selected author (39 in total).
  • Connolly, Julian W., Ania v strane chudes, Alexandrov, Vladimir E., ed., The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov, 1995, New York: Garland, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Pnin: The Wonder of Recurrence and Transformation, Rivers, J. E. and Nicol, Charles, eds., Nabokov's Fifth Arc: Nabokov and Others on His Life's Work, 1982, Austin: University of Texas Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., The Otherwordly in Nabokov's Poetry, v. 24, Russian Literature TriQuarterly, 1991, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., 'Nature's Reality' or Humbert's 'Fancy'?: Scenes of Reunion and Murder in Lolita, v. 2, Nabokov Studies, 1995, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., A Note on the Name 'Pnin', no. 6, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Spring 1981, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., A Reader's Guide to Nabokov's "Lolita", 2009, Academic Studies Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Black and White and Dead All Over: Color Imagery in Nabokov's Prose, v. 10, Nabokov Studies, 2006, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Delusions or Clairvoyance?: A Second Look at Madness in V. Nabokov's Fiction, McMillin, Arnold, ed., Aspects of Modern Russian and Czech Literature: Third World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies, 1989, Columbus: Slavica Publishers, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Dostoevsky and Vladimir Nabokov: The Case of Despair, Ugrinsky, Alexey, et al., Dostoevsky and the Human Condition After a Century, 1986, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Fluid Spaces, Illusive Identities: Nabokov’s Depiction of France in the Late 1930s, Chupin, Yannicke, Delage-Toriel, Lara, Edel-Roy, Agnes and Manolescu, Monica, eds., Vladimir Nabokov et la France, 2017, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., From Biography to Autobiography and Back: The Fictionalization of The Narrated Self in The Real Life of Sebastian Knight, v. 10, no. 1, Cycnos, 1993, Nice, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Good Writer, Bad Reader?: Nabokov’s Lectures on Dostoevsky, Rodgers, Michael and Sweeney, Susan Elizabeth, eds., Nabokov and the Question of Morality: Aesthetics, Metaphysics, and the Ethics of Fiction, 2016, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Hearing the Female Voice in Vladimir Nabokov’s Fiction, Rakhimova-Sommers, Elena, ed., Nabokov's Women: The Silent Sisterhood of Textual Nomads, 2017, Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Introduction: The Many Faces Of Vladimir Nabokov, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., King, Queen, Knave, Alexandrov, Vladimir E., ed., The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov, 1995, New York: Garland, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Laughter in the Dark, Alexandrov, Vladimir E., ed., The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov, 1995, New York: Garland, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Madness and Doubling: From Dostoevsky's The Double to Nabokov's The Eye, v. 24, Russian Literature TriQuarterly, 1991, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Nabokov and Narrative Point of View: The Case of "A Letter that Never Reached Russia", v. 1, Nabokov Studies, 1994, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Nabokov and Zhukovsky, no. 11, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Fall 1983, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Nabokov Revising Nabokov: The Lolita Screenplays, Numano, Mitsuyoshi and Tadashi Wakashima, eds., Revising Nabokov Revising: Proceedings of the International Nabokov Conference, 2010, Kyoto: Nabokov Society of Japan, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Nabokov's 'Terra Incognita' and Invitation to a Beheading: The Struggle for Imaginative Freedom, v. 12, Wiener Slawistischer Almanach, 1983, Peter Lang, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Nabokov's (re)visions of Dostoevsky, Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and his Fiction: New Perspectives, 1999, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Nabokov's Dialogue with Dostoevsky: Lolita and "The Gentle Creature", v. 4, Nabokov Studies, 1997, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Nabokov's Early Fiction: Patterns of Self and Other, Cambridge Studies in Russian Literature, 1993, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Nabokov’s Translations of Lermontov’s Poetry: The “Demon” Tamed, Loison-Charles, Julie, and Stanislav Shvabrin, ed., Vladimir Nabokov et la traduction, 2021, Arras: Artois Presses Université, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Restoration or Regression?: The Lure of the Past in Vladimir Nabokov's Fiction, Boyd, Brian and Marijeta Bozovic, eds., Nabokov Upside Down, 2017, Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., The Challenge of Interpreting and Decoding Nabokov: Strategies and Suggestions, v. 24, no. 1, Cycnos, 2006, Nice, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., The Daedalus-Icarus Theme in Nabokov’s Fiction, Shapiro, Gavriel, ed., Nabokov at Cornell, 2003, Cornell University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., The Function of Literary Allusion in Nabokov's Despair, v. 26, no. 3, The Slavic and East European Journal, 1982, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., The major Russian novels, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., The Play of Light and Shadow in 'The Fight', Nicol, Charles and Barabtarlo, Gennady, eds., A Small Alpine Form: Studies in Nabokov's Short Fiction, 1993, New York: Garland, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., The Quest for a Natural Melody in the Fiction of Vladimir Nabokov, Zunshine, Lisa, ed., Nabokov at the Limits: Redrawing Critical Boundaries, 1999, New York: Garland, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., The Real Life of Zhorzhik Uranski, no. 4, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, 1980, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., The ‘Eyes’ Have It: The Pleasures and Problems of Scopophilia in Nabokov’s Work, Bouchet, Marie, Julie Loison-Charles, and Isabelle Poulin, eds., The Five Senses in Nabokov's Works, 2020, Palgrave Macmillan, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Three Lolitas: The Evolution of a Cultural Icon in Fiction and Film, Rakhimova-Sommers, Elena, ed., Teaching Nabokov's Lolita in the #MeToo Era, 2021, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Through a Transforming Lens: Madness and Art in Nabokov's Fiction, Couturier, Maurice, ed., v. 17, Delta, October 1983, Montpellier, France, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., To See or Be Seen: The Function of the Gaze in Nabokov's Russian Fiction, Rollberg, Peter, ed., And Meaning for a Life Entire: Festschrift for Charles A. Moser on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, 1997, Columbus: Slavica Publishers, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Vladimir Nabokov and the Fiction of Self-Begetting, Bevan, David ed., v. 4, Literature and Exile: Rodopi Perspectives on Modern Literature, 1990, Amsterdam: Rodopi, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Vladimir Nabokov and Valery Bryusov: An Examination of a Literary Heritage, v. 33, no. 1, Die Welt der Slaven, 1988, München, details