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From: Shoko Miura
To: Don Johnson
Sent: Tuesday, October 15, 2002 9:58 PM
Subject: Bibliography

Bibliography from Japan--4 new entries of Nabokov
scholarship in Japanese.
Numano, Mitsuyoshi. "Looking for Nabokov."
  A String of Sleepless Nights: Essays on Russian Émigré Literature.
  Tokyo: Sakuhinsha, 2002. 103-128. 
  (Japanese title: Tetsuya no Katamari: Bomei Bungakuron)
     A collection of recent essays on Nabokov, Singer, Cannetti,
     Brotsky and others.
     Four essays are on Nabokov:
       "How Russian is Nabokov As an Author?"
       "When a 'Russian-speaking Demon' Meets an 'English-speaking Lover'."
       "Having a Row with Dear Bunny."
       "Toward a Re-assessment of the Great Unread Author."
Wakashima, Tadashi. "Beyond Zembla: On Brian Boyd's
     Interpretation of Pale Fire." At Millenium's Beginning:
     Essays on American Literature. Vol. II. Tokyo: Nan'undo,
     2001. 214-227.
     (Japanese title: Amerika Bungaku Millenium II)
       An attempt to define Nabokov's own view of Pale Fire
     through analyzing Boyd's new interpretation.
Morosaka, Shigetoshi. "'The Tiger Hunt' as Metonymy--
     Nakajima Atsushi, Borges, Nabokov." Obun Ronso  55
     (2002): 35-73.
     A comparative study of the narratives of Nakajima and Borges
     with Nabokov's Sebastian Knight.
Suzuki, Akira. "From Detail to Detail: Vladimir Nabokov and His
     'Commentary' to Eugene Onegin." Tokyo Gaikokugo Daigaku
     Ronshu  62 (2001): 97-116.
     A study of Nabokov's ''Commentary' to Eugene Onegin to
     expose by contrast Kinbote's indifference to allusions in Pale Fire.
     With summary in English.
Please address inquiries to Shoko Miura