Bibliographic entries by year: 1989

This is a list of Bibliography Items for the selected year (50 in total).
  • Adamovich, Georgy, Vladimir Nabokov, v. 1, Oktiabr', 1989, Moscow, details
  • Barabtarlo, Gennady, Phantom of Fact: A Guide to Nabokov's Pnin, 1989, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Beaujour, Elizabeth Klosty, Alien Tongues: Bilingual Russian Writers of the "First" Emigration, 1989, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, 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
  • Couturier, Maurice, Gutenberg, Sterne and Nabokov, 1989, Center for Humanistic Studies, Los Angeles, details
  • Davidson, Richard Allen, Zelda Fitzgerald, Vladimir Nabokov, and James Michener: Three Opinions on Frank Norris's McTeague, no. 9, Frank Norris Studies, 1989, Frank Norris Society, details
  • Diment, Galya, 'Nabokov' Doesn't Rhyme with 'Love'? On Love and Control in Speak, Memory, v. 10, nos. 3-4, Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, 1989, details
  • Elms, Alan C., Cloud, Castle, Claustrum: Nabokov as a Freudian in Spite of Himself, Rancour-Laferriere, Daniel, ed., Russian Literature and Psychoanalysis, 1989, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, details
  • Engelking, Leszek, Vladimir Nabokov, 1989, Warszawa: Czytelnik, details
  • English, James F., Comic Transactions: Humor as Communication in Four Modern Novels, 1989, PhD diss., Stanford University, details
  • Fenin, G. V., O nekotorykh aspektakh kommentirovaniia V. V. Nabokovym romana A. S. Pushkina Evgenii Onegin, v. 2, Filologicheskie Nauki, 1989, Moscow, details
  • Foster, John Burt, Jr., Nabokov before Proust: The Paradox of Anticipatory Memory, v. 33, no. 1, The Slavic and East European Journal, 1989, details
  • Francia Biasin, Maria Rita, Pnin: Un intellettuale russo in America, v. 21, no. 75, Il Lettore di Provincia, 1989, Angelo Longo Editore, Ravenna, details
  • Freeman, Marion F., Nabokovian Echoes in the Works of Ramon Hernandez, v. 14, nos. 1-3, Anales de la Literatura Espanola Contemporanea, 1989, Society of Spanish & Spanish-American Studies, details
  • Green, Geoffrey, Splitting the Ego: Freudian Doubles, Nabokovian Doubles, Rancour-Laferrier, Daniel, ed., Russian Literature and Psychoanalysis, 1989, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, details
  • Hales, Corrinne, The Narrator in Nabokov's Pnin, v. 22, Russian Literature TriQuarterly, 1989, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Helgeson, Christine Peters, Alienation and Struggle for Power in Richardson's "Clarissa", Nabokov's "Lolita", and Fowles's "The Collector", 1989, PhD diss., Florida Atlantic University, details
  • Hughes, Robert P., Nabokov Reading Pasternak, Fleishman, Lazar ed., Boris Pasternak and His Times: Selected Papers From the Second International Symposium on Pasternak, 1989, Berkeley: Berkeley Slavic Specialties, details
  • Jackson, Paul R., Pale Fire's Simplon Pass, v. 19, no. 1, Notes on Contemporary Literature, 1989, State University of West Georgia, details
  • Knap, Jane Alice, Use of the Detective Novel Form by C. P. Snow, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Vladimir Nabokov, 1989, PhD diss, University of Wisconsin, details
  • Korobkin, Viacheslav, 'Mne snilis' polevye dali...', no. 4, Neva, 1989, St. Petersburg, details
  • Lebedev, A., K priglasheniiu Nabokova, no. 10, Znamia, 1989, Moscow, details
  • Ljunggren, Anna, Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita: A Story of Wandering, v. 25, no. 2, Russian Literature, 1989, details
  • Long, Lowell Scott, The Marginal Imagination: Exile and Narrative in Vladimir Nabokov's American Novels, 1989, PhD diss., Harvard University, details
  • Marshall, Brenda K., Sebastian Speaks: Nabokov's Narrative Authority in The Real Life of Sebastian Knight, v. 23, no. 2, Style, 1989, Penn State University Press, details
  • Masinton, Charles G., What Lolita Is Really About?, v. 31, New Mexico Humanities Review, 1989, Socorro, New Mexico, details
  • McCauley-Meyers, Janie, Sybil and Disa in Pale Fire, no. 23, The Nabokovian, 1989, details
  • McNeely, Trevor, 'Lo' and Behold: Solving the Lolita Riddle, v. 21, no. 2, Studies in the Novel, 1989, details
  • Medaric, Magdalena, Od Masenjke do Lolite: Pripovjedacki svijet Vladimira Nabokova, 1989, Zagreb: August Cesarec, details
  • Meyer, Priscilla, Reflections of Shakespeare: Pale Fire and Cultural Synthesis, v. 22, Russian Literature TriQuarterly, 1989, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Miller, Mary Kathryn Bradley, From Antiterra to Macondo, 1989, PhD diss., Oklahoma State University, details
  • Morrison, James Emerson, The Last Testament and the Modern Imagination, 1989, PhD diss., details
  • Nicol, Charles, Dating Problems in 'The Circle', no. 22, The Nabokovian, 1989, details
  • Nocera, Gigliola, L'Incantatore di V. Nabokov e l'eroismo della transgressione, v. 18, no. 67-70, Ragioni Critiche, 1989, Catania, Italy, details
  • O'Connor, Katherine Tiernan, Rereading Lolita, Reconsidering Nabokov's Relationship with Dostoevskij, v. 33, no. 1, The Slavic and East European Journal, 1989, details
  • Olson, Karin Barbara Ingeborg, More 'There' Than 'Here': The Special Space and Time of Nabokov's Fiction, 1989, PhD diss., University of Michigan, details
  • Park, Byung Joo, [A Study of Narrative Structure in Postmodern Novels], no. 30, Journal of English Language and Literature, 1989, English Language and Literature Association of Korea, Chungbuk Branch, details
  • Peterson, Dale E., Nabokov and the Poe-etics of Composition, v. 33, no. 1, The Slavic and East European Journal, 1989, details
  • Pifer, Ellen, Shades of Love: Nabokov's Intimations of Immortality, v. 11, no. 2, The Kenyon Review, 1989, Kenyon College, details
  • Polsky, Svetlana, Kommentarii k rasskazu V. Nabokova 'Oblako, ozero, bashnia', no. 35, Scando-Slavica, 1989, Copenhagen, Denmark, details
  • Quinn, Brian T., Memory as Reality in Nabokov's World, no. 30, Kyuushuu Amerika Bungaku, 1989, Fukuoka: Kyushu University, details
  • Quinn, Brian T., The Occurence [sic] of French Idiomatic Phrases in Nabokov's Lolita, no. 39, Studies in English Language and Literature, 1989, Fukuoka: Kyushu University, details
  • Rollberg, Peter, Perspektiven im Labyrinth: Vladimir Nabokovs russische Romane, v. 38, no. 1, Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Friedrich Schiller Universität, 1989, Jena: Friedrich-Schiller-Universität, details
  • Rorty, Richard, The barber of Kasbeam: Nabokov on cruelty, Rorty, Richard, Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity, 1989, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Tammi, Pekka, Three Double-Bottomed Allusions in Pale Fire, Ada, Priglashenie na kazn', no. 23, The Nabokovian, 1989, details
  • Timenchik, R. D., ed., 'Pis'ma o russkoi poezii' Vladimira Nabokova, v. 3, Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 1989, Moscow, Russia, details
  • Toker, Leona, Fact and Fiction in Nabokov's Biography of Abram Gannibal, v. 22, no. 3, Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature, 1989, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, details
  • Toker, Leona, Nabokov: The Mystery of Literary Structures, 1989, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, details
  • Tolstaia, Natalia Ivanovna, 'Polius' V. Nabokova i 'Posledniaia ekpeditsiia Skotta', Russkaia Literatura, 1989, St. Petersburg, Russia, details
  • Welsen, Peter, Charles Kinbote's Psychosis - A Key to Vladimir Nabokov's Pale Fire, Rancour-Laferriere, Daniel, ed., Russian Literature and Psychoanalysis, 1989, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, details