Vladimir Nabokov

NABOKV-L post 0005631, Tue, 19 Dec 2000 10:59:22 -0800

New Yorker subway stops at ZEMBLA
> >From Mary Bellino (iambe@javanet.com)
> This week's New Yorker (Dec 25 & Jan 1) has a cover by Bruce McCall
> showing a New York subway car turned into a rolling reading room (in a
> presumably more literate world than ours). Passengers are sitting around
> a long table reading newspapers and books, signs proclaim "Silence
> Please" and "No Editing," and the ads in the car offer to cure your
> writer's block or teach you to read in your sleep. The subway stops
> listed by the exit are Zembla, Sauk Ctr, and East Egg.