Vladimir Nabokov

NABOKV-L post 0001175, Wed, 3 Jul 1996 13:43:31 -0700

THE NABOKOVIAN, a twice yearly publication of the International Nabokov
Society, has just appeared. Number 36, Spring 1996. The publication,
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News by Stephen Parker

Annotations and Queries--edited by Gennady Barabtarlo
On the Origins of Nabokov's Neuralgia--Michael Chenoweth
The Hawk of Genius---Adam Ott (Re ADA.)
The Origin of the 'Proustian theme in a letter from Keats to
Benjamin Bailey ----Gerard de Vries' (Re LOLITA.)
Computing LOLITA---Yvan Chaxel.
LOLITA's Riddle---Brian Walter
The above two items address a vexsome chronological puzzle.
On Exiles & Regicides---Joseph Geiger

Chukovski & the Nabokovs----by Anna Muza. (Kornei Chukovsky [1882-1969]
was a Russian man-of-letters who knew an astounding number of
his fellow intellectuals--including VN's father and uncle. His
diaries--only recently published in full--contain several side
glances at the Nabokovs. This short essays surveys the Nabokov

Annotations to ADA: Part I Chapter 6------Brian Boyd

Abstracts. (Abstracts of 14 papers on Nabokov delivered at various
recent scolarly meetings. Most have previously appeared on NABOKV-L.)