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EDNOTE. Buckley, I think, had/has(?) a ski place across the lake from VN and
met him occasionally. I vaguely recall he gave VN a subscription to
_National Review_. Buckley included a Nabokov-like figure in one of his spy
novels. Buckley now and then performs with Dmitri Nabokov in a charming
theatrical piece based upon the Nabokov-Wilson correspondence. I was bemused
at Buckley representing
Edmund Wilson.
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> I think Nabokov corresponded with William F. Buckley. You may possibly
find
> something under National Review. I assume you've noted the Playboy
> interviews.
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> > From: "Jason Markell" <jmarkell@TULANE.EDU>
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> > Subject: Bibliography
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> > > I am a doctoral student at Tulane, and I am working on an annotated
> > > bibliography assignment on "Nabokov's Politics." The assignment
> requires
> > > about 80 entries and I have only found about 40, including of course
> > > Nabokov's own works.
> > >
> > > I was wondering if anyone has any ideas about essential articles or
> those
> > > that are often overlooked. Galya Diment's short work in the Garland
> > > Companion is the best, along with some of Nabokov's letters to Wilson,
> and
> > > a few chapters in the new Discourse and Ideology. If anyone could
e-mail
> > > me back with a few titles that are relevant, then I would be grateful.
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