Bibliographic entries by author: Shvabrin, Stanislav

This is a list of Bibliography Items for the selected author (14 in total).
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, "Pechat' neprekhodyashchego": Nabokov-Sirin o Bloke, Pushkine – i o sebe, Novyi Zhurnal (The New Review), 2014, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Alfred de Musset, Vladimir Nabokov: The Invention of Exile, Chupin, Yannicke, Agnes Edel-Roy, Monica Manolescu, and Lara Delage-Toriel, eds., Vladimir Nabokov et la France, 2017, Presses universitaires de Strasbourg, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Berlin, Bethea, David M. and Siggy Frank, eds., Vladimir Nabokov in Context, 2018, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Between Rhyme and Reason: Vladimir Nabokov, Translation, and Dialogue, 2019, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Concerning Laura’s Origins: The Case of Muhammad Al-Nefzawi’s Perfumed Garden of Sensual Delights, no. 69, The Nabokovian, 2012, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Der Doppenganger’: Nabokov, Heine and The Original of Laura, no. 70, The Nabokovian, 2013, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Dialogic Encounters, Verbal Vestiges: Vladimir Nabokov, Translation and Dialogue, Loison-Charles, Julie, and Stanislav Shvabrin, ed., Vladimir Nabokov et la traduction, 2021, Arras: Artois Presses Université, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Emile Verhaeren and the Earliest Intimation of Potustronnost’, Nabokov’s ‘Main Theme’, no. 68, The Nabokovian, 2012, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Nabokov and Heine, v. 74, nos. 3-4, Russian Literature, 2013, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Vladimir Nabokov as Translator: The Multilingual Works of the Russian Period, 2007, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Vladimir Nabokov’s ‘La Belle Dame Sans Merci’: A Study in the Ethics and Effects of Literary Adaptation, v. 65, no. 1, Comparative Literature, 2013, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, ‘And if my private universe scans right…’: Semantics of Meter in Vladimir Nabokov’s Poetry – and Worldview, Boyd, Brian and Marijeta Bozovic, eds., Nabokov Upside Down, 2017, Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, ‘The Dreamy Stutter of Blok’s Rhythms’: On the Name and Nature of Nabokov’s Notion of ‘Pausative Verse', v. 66, no. 1, Russian Literature (Special Issue: Poetry and Poetics), 2009, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, ‘…A Sob that Alters the Entire History of Russian Letters…’: Cincinnatus’s Plight, Tiutchev’s ‘Last Love,’ and Nabokov’s Metaphysics of Poetic Form, v. 58, no. 3, The Slavic and East European Journal, 2014, details