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From: D. Barton Johnson
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EDNOTE. Looking for the perfect gift for that Nabokophile friend? For the hard-core Nabokovian, a subscription to NABOKOV STUDIES, is recommended. For the Nabokov-reading masses, membership in the Vladimir Nabokov Society is semi-obligatory. This brings you two issues of THE NABOKOVIAN as well as membership in the Society. For information on joining the Society and/or subscribing to NABOKOV STUDIES, visit ZEMBLA at:
http://www.libraries.psu.edu/iasweb/nabokov/forians.htm
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From: D. Barton Johnson
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Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2002 2:53 PM



NABOKOV STUDIES, the annual journal of the International Vladimir
Nabokov Society, appeared in 2002. Individual USA subscriptions are
$25.50 a year ($65 for three years); Overseas subscribers add $4 per
volume. Institutional subscriptions are $35.50 per year domestic and
$39.50 overseas. Send your check (US funds, please, drawn on a US bank
or a bank with overseas representation) to Zoran Kuzmanovich, Editor,
NABOKOV STUDIES, Department of English, Davidson College, Davidson,
North Carolina 28036

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TABLE of CONTENTS (for volume 6)

Editor's Introduction

Contributors

Abstracts

ARTICLES

David Andrews
Varieties of Determinism: Nabokov among Rorty, Freud, and Sartre

Elena Sommers
The "Right" versus the "Wrong" Child: Shades of Pain in Bend Sinister and
Pnin

David Galef
Nabokov in Fat City

Marina von Hirsch
The Presence of Nabokov in Bitov's Fiction: Bitov and Nabokov, Bitov on
Nabokov, Nabokov in Bitov

Savely Senderovich and Yelena Shvartz
The Juice of Three Oranges: An Exploration of Nabokov's Language and World

Samuel Schuman
Hyperlinks, Chiasmus, Vermeer and St. Augustine: Models of Reading Ada

Liana Ashenden
Ada's Erotic Entomology

Kurt Johnson
Recognizing Nabokov's Legacy in Science: Where We Are Today, Where We Go
>From Here

FORUM

Brian Boyd
Azure Afterthoughts: Reflections on Nabokov's Pale Fire

REVIEWS

Gavriel Shapiro: Delicate Markers. Reviewed by Stephen H. Blackwell.

Christine Raguet-Bouvart: Vladimir Nabokov: La Poetique du masque. Reviewed
by Jeff Edmunds.

Maxim D. Shrayer: The World of Nabokov's Stories. Reviewed by Galya Diment.

Stephen H. Blackwell: Zina's Paradox. Reviewed by Paul D. Morris.

Kurt Johnson and Steve Coates: Nabokov's Blues. Reviewed by Robert Dirig.

Dieter E. Zimmer. A Guide to Nabokov's Butterflies and
Moths 2001. Reviewed
by Brian Boyd.

Brian Boyd: Nabokov's Pale Fire. Reviewed by Charles Nicol.

Julian W. Connolly, editor: Nabokov and his Fiction: New Perspectives.
Reviewed by Michael Wood.

David Andrews: Aestheticism, Nabokov and Lolita. Reviewed by Christian Hunt.

The Centennial Omnibus. Review Essay by Zoran Kuzmanovich.

INDEX