Vladimir Nabokov

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NABOKOV STUDIES (#3;1996) (fwd)

Zoran Kuzmanovich (ZOKUZMANOVIC@DAVIDSON.EDU), Editor of
the annual journal NABOKOV STUDIES, announces that the new issue will be
available for shipping on 17 Feb. 1997. Please send your orders to:

Zoran Kuzmanovich, Editor
NABOKOV STUDIES <nabokov@davidson.edu>
English Department
Davidson College
Davidson North Carolina 28036

Please make out checks in U.S. funds, drawn on a U.S. bank (or a
bank with U.S. representation), for $25.50 for the new issue. A three year
subscription for the 1996, 1997, 1998 issues is available for $72.00.
Foreign subscriptions, add $4 per year. Institutional rate: $35.50 per
volume. As well as your personal orders, please ask your university
libraries to subscribe. Checks for vol. III should be made out to NABOKOV
STUDIES. Please indicate the volume number on your check.
Back issues of NABOKOV STUDIES #1 (1994) and #2 (1995) are
available from either Zoran Kuzmanovich at the above address (checks
payable to Zoran Kuzmanovich), or from Stephen Parker, Secretary/Treasurer
of the International Vladimir Nabokov Society, c/o Dept. of Slavic
Languages & Literatures, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66045.
Vol. I (1994) is $21 [233pp]; vol. II (1995) -- $28 [308pp.]. Checks to
Stephen Parker should be payable to the International Vladimir Nabokov
Society. Orders for volume I (only) are also available from D. Barton
Johnson, Dept. of Germanic, Slavic & Semitic Studies, Phelps Hall, Univ.
of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106.Checks payable to D. Barton Johnson.

Sample articles from volumes I & II are available on the
Nabokov WWW-site. http://www.libraries.psu.edu/iasweb/nabokov/nsintro.htm

From Vol. I: Leona Toker, "Liberal Ironists and the 'Gaudily Painted
Savage': On Richard Rorty's Reading of Vladimir Nabokov"

From Vol. II: Brian Boyd, "'Even Homais Nods': Nabokov's Fallibility or
How to Revise LOLITA"

From Vol. III Thomas Seifrid, "Nabokov's Poetics of Vision or What _Anna
Karenina_ is Doing in _Kamera obskura_ (Laughter in the Dark).

The Table of Contents for the new issue follows.(NABOKV-L will
re-run the Table of Contents for Vols. I & II in a separate message.)
NABOKOV STUDIES (Vol. 3, 1996)

Table of Contents
From the Editor i
Contributors vii

Thomas Seifrid 1
Nabokov's Poetics of Vision, or What _Anna Karenina_
is Doing in _Kamera obskura_

Savely Senderovich 13
Dickens in Nabokov: A Figure of Concealment

Olga Skonechnaia 33
"People of the Moonlight": Silver Age Parodies in
Nabokov's _The Eye_ and _The Gift_

Galya Diment 53
Timofey Pnin, Vladimir Nabokov, and Marc Szeftel

Brian Walter 77
Many a Pleasant Tussle: Edmund Wilson and the
Nabokovian Aesthetic

Geoffrey Green 89
Visions of a Perfect 'Past': Nabokov, Autobiography,
Biography, and Fiction

Gavriel Shapiro 101
The Salome Motif in Nabokov's _Invitation to a Beheading_

Kurt Johnson, G. Warren Whitaker, and Zsolt Balint 123
Nabokov as Lepidopterist: An Informed Appraisal


Sarah Herbold 145
Reflections on Modernism: _Lolita_ and Political Engagement
or How the Left and the Right Both Have It Wrong

Review Essay (French VN criticism.)

Jeff Edmunds 151
Nabokov, ou le vrai et l'invraisemblable


Jane Grayson 211
_The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov_
by Vladimir E. Alexandrov

Maurice Couturier 215
_Magician's Doubts_ by Michael Wood

Sven Spieker 222
_Nabokovs Version von Pushkins Evgenij Onegin.
Zwischen Version und Fiktion: Eine obersetzungs- und
fiktionstheoretische Untersuchung_ by Michael Eskin

Sunny Otake 225
_"Anti-Bakhtin": luchshaia kniga o Vladimire Nabokove_
[_"Anti-Bakhtin": The Best Book about Vladimir Nabokov_]
by Vadim Linetskii

Nassim Berdjis 227
_Madness, Death and Disease in the Fiction of Vladimir
Nabokov_ by Nina Allan

Nassim Berdjis 229
_Der Tod im Werk Vladimir Nabokovs: Terra Incognita_
[_Death in Vladimir Nabokov's ouvre: Terra Incognita_]
by Christopher Huellen

Index 234