NABOKV-L post 0012006, Mon, 7 Nov 2005 08:31:06 -0800

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Re: Fw: Nabokov's copy of Hamlet?
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I recall an old, lightly annotated, copy of the "Oxford Shakespeare,"
a "Complete Works," edited by W. J. Craig. Dmitri Nabokov told me
that this was the edition VN tended to use.



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>From: <robert.fishkin@yale.edu>
>To: <chtodel@cox.net>; <nabokv-l@listserv.ucsb.edu>
>Cc: <robert.fishkin@yale.edu>
>Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 10:51 PM
>Subject: Nabokov's copy of Hamlet
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>>
>>Dear Nabokov L with particular attention to Dmitri Nabokov,
>>
>>I am conducting research into where, if anywhere, Nabokov's personal copy
>>of
>>Hamlet exists with his annotations, underlining or other marginalia. I
>>have
>>been informed by Professor Stephen Jan Parker that there was marginalia in
>>Nabokov's copies of two Shakespeare plays-- "The Tempest" and
>>"Twelfth-Night."-- in the Montreux books that he looked through, but that
>>there
>>was no copy of Hamlet among those books. I would be very interested in
>>whether
>>such an edition exists, either in Dmitri Nabokov's possesion or in another
>>collection. Many, many thanks for any information any of you might be
>>able to
>>offer me in this regard,
>>
>>Sincerely,
>>Bobby Fishkin


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Sam

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