NABOKV-L post 0018043, Tue, 24 Mar 2009 18:02:32 -0700

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Re: ADA and the Siege of Leningrad
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Dear Dieter Zimmer,

There was a little bell I thought I heard. At first I tried Bellow,
then Philip Roth. Bingo? he wrote a series of "Zuckerman" novels.
Carolyn

On Mar 24, 2009, at 8:22 AM, Dieter E. Zimmer wrote:

No sir, 'Ada' does not contain 203000 words but only 174000, not
according to my calculations but to my PC (I had to offer myself a
digital copy to work on the German commentary).

This gives me occasion to ask the List a minuscule question: Would
anybody have an idea what author and book the title 'Salzman' refers
to, occurring five times (pp. 459, 476, 477, 486)?

Dieter E. Zimmer, Berlin

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