I've read half the book and find it really fascinating. There's not much on Nabokov, but anyone having an interest in stylistics should read it. It's pleasantly written and easily read.
Le 29 avril 2017 à 06:31, "R.S. Gwynn" <rsgwynn1@CS.COM> a écrit :
This new book sounds interesting. Has anyone read it?
Makes me think about Aunt Mauve in Pale Fauve.
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