Vladimir Nabokov, A Bibliography of Criticism
by Dieter E. Zimmer
with additions by Jeff Edmunds


E. Articles and Essays (General)

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Machu, Didier. "Portrait de l'artiste en vivsecteur: Vladimir Nabokov." In Nadia J. Rigaud ed., Le Monstrueux dans la littérature et la pensée anglaises (Aix-en-Provence: Publications universitaires de Provence, 1985), pp. 195-209.

Malachov, Vladimir. "Vladimir Nabokov und die russische Literaturtradition." Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie (Heidelberg, Germany), 53:2, 1993, pp. 369-385.

Matamoro, Blas. "El narrador como critico." Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos [Madrid] 510 (Dec. 1992), pp. 73-94.

Matheson, Nina W. "Vladimir Nabokov: The Pursuit and the Prize." Library Chronicle of the University of Texas 17 (1981), pp. 76-83.

McHale, Brian. "Change of Dominant from Modernist to Postmoderist Writing." In Fokkema, Douwe Wessel and Hans Willem Bertens (eds.), Approaching Postmodernism (Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1986), pp. 53-79.

Medaric, Magdalena. "Vladimir Nabokov i roman XX stoletiia." Russian, Croatian and Serbian, Czech and Slovak, Polish Literature (Amsterdam), Jan. 1, 1991, 29:1, pp. 79-100.

Mel'nikov, N. "'Do posledni kapli chernil...': Vladimir Nabokov i Chisla," Literaturnoe obozrenie, no. 2, 1996, pp. 73-82. [A survey of the feud between VN and the short-lived Paris émigré journal Chisla (circa 1930).]

Merivale, Patricia: "The Flaunting of Artifice in Vladimir Nabokov and Jorge Luis Borges". In: Nabokov: The Man and His Work (ed. L.S. Dembo). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1967, pp. 209-224

Merrill, Robert: "Nabokov and Fictional Artifice". In: Modern Fiction Studies (Lafayette, IN), 25 (3), Autumn 1979, pp. 439-462

Meyers, Jeffrey. "The Duel in Fiction." North Dakota Quarterly (Grand Forks, ND), Fall 1983, 51:4, pp. 129-150.

Milbauer, Asher Z. "Vladimir Nabokov: The Russian Colossus in Exile." In Asher Z. Milbauer, Transcending Exile: Conrad, Nabokov, I.B. Singer (Miami: University Presses of Florida, 1985), pp. 27-71.

Milesi, Laurent. "Dead on Time? Nabokov's 'Post' to the Letter." Cycnos, v. 12, no. 2, 1995, pp. 13-20.

Miller, Jane. "Writing in a Second Language." Raritan 2, no. 1 (Summer 1982), pp. 115-132.

Miller, Jordan Y. "From Nabokov to the Nobel: Two Decades of First Night O'Neill Criticism." The Eugene O'Neill Newsletter 12, no. 2 (Summer-Fall 1988), pp. 8-13.

Miller, L. "I drugoe, drugoe, drugoe." Voprosy literatury (Moscow), 1995, vyp. 6, pp. 86-102.

Mills, John. "Games of Hide and Seek." Queens Quarterly [Kingston, Ontario] 86 (1979), pp. 120-126. [On Nabokov and Bely]

Monnier, André. "Un miroir pouchkinien pour Nabokov." Vladimir Nabokov et l'Émigration, ed. Nora Buhks (Paris: Institut d'études slaves, 1993), pp. 19-26 (Cahiers de l'émigration russe, 2).

Monroe, William. "The Sequestered Imagination: Nabokov versus the Materialists." Philological Quarterly (ISSN 0031-7977), 70 (3), 1991, p. 379-394.

Montes, Catalina. "Notas sobre la escritura de Nabokov a la luz de su autobiografia y de las reflexiones sobre la lengua de Saussure, Russell y Wittgenstein." Atlantis [Canary Islands] 12, no. 2 (Nov. 1991), pp. 141-155.

Morgan, Paul B. "Nabokov and the Medieval Hunt Allegory." Revue de littérature comparée, 60 (3), 1986, p. 321-328.

Morrison, James. "Nabokov's Third-Person Selves." Philological Quarterly 71, no. 4 (Fall 1992), pp. 495-509.

Moses, Gavriel. The Nickel Was for the Movies: Film in the Novel from Pirandello to Puig. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1995. (Moses defines and explores "the film novel," a literary text in which cinema provides the thematic, formal, psychological, and philosophical center. Nabokov, among others, is discussed.)

Mouchard, Claude: "Doctor Froid". In: Critical Essays on Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Phyllis A. Roth). Boston, MA: G.K. Hall, 1984, pp. 130-133

Moynahan, Julian L.: "in memoriam". In: In Memoriam: Vladimir Nabokov: 1899-1977. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1977, pp. 13-15

Muller, H. H. "Nabokov Kritik an der Stream-of-consciousness technique." Anglistik und Englischunterricht [Bochum, Germany] 13 (April, 1981), pp. 71-81.

Nabokov, Dmitri. "Things I Could Have Said." Cycnos 10, no. 1 (1993), pp. 75-79.

Nabokovskie chteniia v "Boree." St. Petersburg: Borey Art Center, 1996. ISBN 5718701792. 59 pp.

Naumann, Marina T.: "Nabokov as Viewed by Fellow Emigrés". Russian Language Journal (East Lansing, MI), 28 (99), Winter 1974, pp. 18-26

Nicol, Charles: "Necessary Introduction or Fatal Fatuity: Nabokov's Introductions and Bend Sinister". Nabokov Studies (Los Angeles), 1, 1994, pp. 115-129

Nivat, George. "Nabokov 'et soudain l'impensable épilogue'." Vladimir Nabokov et l'Émigration, ed. Nora Buhks (Paris: Institut d'études slaves, 1993), pp. 27-38 (Cahiers de l'émigration russe, 2).

Oates, Joyce Carol: "A Personal View of Nabokov". In: Critical Essays on Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Phyllis A. Roth). Boston, MA: G.K. Hall, 1984, pp. 105-108

Oates, Joyce Carol. "Postscript to a Personal View of Nabokov." In Critical Essays on Vladimir Nabokov, ed. Phyllis A. Roth, (Boston: G.K. Hall, 1984), pp. 108-109.

Olsen, Lance. "Making Stew with What You Got: Postmodern Humor in Barth, Nabokov, and Everybody Else." Thalia [Ottawa] 10, no. 1 (Spring-Summer 1988), pp. 23-29.

Oviedo, Jose Miguel. "Cabrera Infante en el espejo de Nabokov" [Guillermo Cabrera Infante in Nabokov's Mirror]. Quimera [Barcelona] nos. 78-79 (1988), pp. 74-81.

Paduceva, E. V. "From Pushkin to Nabokov: Narrator in the Position of Observer." Russian, Croatian and Serbian, Czech and Slovak, Polish Literature (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 36:3 (Oct 1), 1994, pp. 353-370.

Paine, Sylvia. "Vladimir Nabokov." In Sylvia Paine, Beckett, Nabokov, Nin: Motives and Modernism (Port Washington, NY: Kennikat, 1981), pp. 48-71.

Paperno, Slava / John V. Hagopian: "Official and Unofficial Responses to Nabokov in the Soviet Union". In: The Achievements of Vladimir Nabokov (eds. George Gibian, Stephen Jan Parker). Ithaca, New York: Center for International Studies, Cornell University, 1984, pp. 99-117

Parker, Stephen Jan: "Nabokov Studies: The State of the Art". In: The Achievements of Vladimir Nabokov (eds. George Gibian, Stephen Jan Parker). Ithaca, New York: Center for International Studies, Cornell University, 1984, pp. 81-97

Pekhal, Zdenek. "Opisanie mira romana Vladimira Nabokova." Rossica Olomucensia (Olomouc, Czech Republic), 31, 1992, pp. 25-36.

Peterson, Dale E. (ed.). "Forum: Nabokov and Others." Slavic and East European Journal, Spring 1989, 33:1, pp. 64-107.

Petrescu, Dan. "Nabokov sau obsesia simetriei" [Nabokov or Symmetrical Obsession]. Viata Romaneasca [Bucharest] 82, no. 6 (June 1987), pp. 57-60.

Pifer, Ellen. "Nabokov and the Art of Exile." In Roth, Phyllis A. (ed.), Critical Essays on Vladimir Nabokov (Boston: G.K. Hall, 1984), pp. 215-221.

Pifer, Ellen: "Shades of Love: Nabokov's Intimations of Immortality". Kenyon Review (Gambier, Ohio), 11 (2), Spring 1989, pp. 75-86

Pifer, Ellen: "Innocence and Experience Replayed: From Speak Memory to Ada". Cycnos (Nice), 10 (1), 1993, pp. 19-25

Poliak, Grigorii (ed.). "Vladimir Nabokov: Po lichnym vospominaniiam, dokumentam i perepiske." Novyi Zhurnal, The New Review (New York, N.Y.), 186, 1992 pp. 176-189.

Pope, Robert. "Beginnings." The Georgia Review 36, no. 4 (Winter, 1982), pp. 733-751.

Proffer, Carl R. "The Double Life of Vladimir Nabokov." In Richard Kostelanetz ed., American Writing Today (Washington, D.C.: U.S. International Communication Agency) vol. 1 (1982), pp. 51-61.

Quin, J.D. "Nabokov's Cardiology." The Nabokovian, Spring 1991, 26, pp. 40-44.

Quin, J.D. "Nabokov's Neurology." Cycnos (Nice, France), 10:1, 1993, pp. 113-122.

Quinn, Brian T. "Memory as Reality in Nabokov's World." Kyushu American Literature / Kyuushuu Amerika Bungaku (Fukuoka: Kyushu University), no. 30 (December 1989), pp. 1-9.

Raguet-Bouvart, Christine. "Sens et essence du texte de Vladimir Nabokov." Les Années trente, Feb. 1992, 15, pp. 43-55.

Raguet-Bouvart, Christine. "Textual Regeneration and the Author's Progress." Cycnos 10, no. 1 (1993), pp. 91-97.

Raguet-Bouvart, Christine. "Et si l'autre était l'auteur? L'Exemple de Vladimir Nabokov." In L'Altérité dans la littérature et la culture du monde anglophone (Le Mans: Univ. du Maine, 1993), pp. 219-228.

Rambeau, James M.: "Nabokov's Critical Strategy". In: Nabokov's Fifth Arc (ed. J.E. Rivers / Charles Nicol). Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1982, pp. 22-34

Rampton, David: "The Last Word in Nabokov Criticism". Cycnos (Nice), 10 (1), 1993, pp. 159-165

Reed, M. "Homo lepidopterist: Nabokov and the Pursuit of Memory." Clio, a Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, 29:(3), Spring 2000, pp. 271-294.

Rivers, J.E. "Nabokov forthe Nineties." Review (Charlottesville, VA), 13, 1991, pp. 59-81.

Rivers, J.E. "Vladimir Nabokov, Here and Hereafter." Review 15 (1993), pp. 203-228.

Rollberg, Peter: "Perspektiven im Labyrinth: Vladimir Nabokovs russische Romane". Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Friedrich Schiller Universität (Jena), 38 (1), 1989, pp. 108-112

Rollins, Jack D. "A Note on the Arabic Etymology of Nabokov." The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Spring 1981, 6, pp. 27-28.

Rowe, William W[oodin]: "The Honesty of Nabokovian Deception". In: A Book of Things about Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Carl R. Proffer). Ann Arbor, MI: Ardis, 1974, pp. 171-181

Rowe, William W[oodin]: "Misprints; Gods; Snakes, Cigarettes and Laps". In: A Book of Things about Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Carl R. Proffer). Ann Arbor, MI: Ardis, 1974, pp. 292-294

Sakharov, Vsevolod. "V. V. Nabokov -- russkii pisatel'." The Saint George Journal (Moscow Literary Edition), 1997, full text available on-line.

Sampson, Earl. "Games Nabokov's Characters Play." Russian Language Journal, XXXVI, no. 123-124 (1982), p. 193-203.

Sampson, Earl. "Game, Set, Mismatch: On the Role of Tennis and Other Sports in Nabokov's Fiction." In And Meaning for a Life Entire: Festschrift for Charles A. Moser on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday, ed. Peter Rollberg (Columbus: Slavica, 1997).

Saputelli, Linda Nadine. "Nabokov's Orange Night." In Anna Lisa Crone and Catherine V. Chvany eds., New Studies in Russian Language and Literature (Columbus: Slavica, 1986), pp. 246-252.

Saraskina, Liudmila. "Nabokov, kotoryi branitsia..." Oktiabr' 1 (1993), pp. 176-189.

Save'eva, V. V. "Litso i 'lichiko chasov' u Vladimira Nabokova." Russkaia rech' 4 (1998), pp. 17-21. (On clocks and watches in Nabokov's works.)

Schroeter, J.: "Detective Stories And Aesthetic Bliss In Nabokov". Delta (Montpellier), 17, Octobre 1983, pp. 23-32

Schuman, S. "Beautiful Gate: Vladimir Nabokov and Orthodox Iconography." Religion & Literature, 32:(1), Spring 2000, pp. 47-66.

Sedakova, Ol'ga, Valentina Polukhina. "Chtoby rech' stala tvoei rech'iu." Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie (Moscow), no. 17, 1996. [A column featuring conversations about various writers; this issue's subject is Nabokov.]

Seidel, Michael: "Nabokov and the Aesthetics of American Exile". The Yale Review (New Haven, CT), 74, Winter 1984/85, pp. 224-239

Senderovich, Savelii, and Elena Shvarts. "Verbnaia shtuchka. Nabokov i populiarnaia kul'tura. Stat'ia pervaia." Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, No. 24, 1997, pp. 93-110.

Senderovich, Savelii, and Elena Shvarts. "Bytie bezymiannoe, sushchestvennost' bespredmetnoe: Ioann Krestitel' u Vladimira Nabokova" ("Nameless Existence, Intangible Substance: John the Baptist in Vladimir Nabokov"), Russian Language Journal, LI, nos. 168-170, pp. 215-229.

Senderovich, Savelii, and Elena Shvarts. "Poetika i etologiia Vladimira Nabokova: Predvaritel'nye tezisy," in Martynov, G. G. (ed.). Iubileinyi (1899-1999) (Nabokovskii vestnik ; vyp. 5). St. Petersburg, Russia: Dorn, 2000, pp. 19-36.

Serkov, A.I. "'Sorbonnisty' i 'arkhivisty', ili eshche raz ob avtorstve Romana s kokainom." Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, No. 24, 1997, pp. 260-266.

Shapiro, Gavriel. "Nabokov and Comic Art." In Nabokov at the Limits: Redrawing Critical Boundaries (Border Crossings, vol. 4) ed. Lisa Zunshine, 213-34. New York: Garland Publishing, 1999.

Shapiro, Gavriel. "Setting His Myriad Faces in His Text: Nabokov's Authorial Presence Revisited." In Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives, ed. Julian W. Connolly, 15-35. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999.

Shapiro, Gavriel. "Nabokov and Early Netherlandish Art." In Nabokov at Cornell, ed. Gavriel Shapiro, 241-50. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2003.

Shapiro, Gavriel. "Nabokov's Allusions: Dividedness and Polysemy." Russian Literature 43 (1998): 329-38.

Shapiro, Gavriel. "Vladimir Nabokov and The World of Art." Slavic Almanach 6, no.9 (2000): 35-52.

Shapiro, Gavriel. "Zorkost' Nabokova." In Vladimir Nabokov dans le miroir du XXe siècle, ed. Nora Buhks, 467-73. (Revue des Éudes Slaves 72, 3-4 [2000]).

Shapiro, Gavriel. "From Nabokov's Private Library." The Nabokovian 42 (Spring 1999): 26-31.

Shapiro, Gavriel. "Artists Exiled, Art Treasures Sold." The Nabokovian 54 (Spring 2005): 5-13.

Shapiro, Gavriel. "Nabokov and Comic Art: Additional Observations and Remarks." The Nabokovian 59 (Fall 2007): 21-31.

Sheidlower, David I.: "Reading Between the Lines and the Squares". Modern Fiction Studies (Lafayette, IN), 25(3), 1979, pp. 413-425

Shigeo, Hisashi. "Vladimir Nabokov." In Toshihiko Ogata ed., America Bungaku no Shintenkai: Dai 2-ji Sekaitaisen go no Shosetsu (Kyoto: Yamaguchi, 1983), pp. 593-614.

Shipe, Timothy: "Nabokov's Metanovel". (Paper presented at the meeting of the Nabokov Society, Houston, 29 December, 1980)

Shrayer, Maxim D. "Death, Immortality and Nabokov's Jewish Theme." The Nabokovian 38 (Spring 1997), pp. 17-25.

Shrayer, Maxim D. "'Souls of the Dead': Reflections on Nabokov's Jewish Themes," in Memory, History and Critique: European Identity at the Millennium. Proceedings of the Fifth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas, eds. Frank Brinkhuis and Sascha Talmor, 1996.

Shrayer, Maxim D. "Nabokovljeva tekstobiografija," Knjizneva Smotra [Book Survey: The Journal for World Literature], vol. XXIX / 1997, No. 106 (4) 1997, ed. Irena Luksic, pp. 9-21.

Shrayer, Maxim D. "Jewish Questions in Nabokov's Art and Life." Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives. Ed. Julian W. Connolly. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999, pp. 73-91.

Shrayer, Maxim D. "Evreiskie voprosy v zhizni i tvorchestve Nabokova." Wiener Slawistischer Almanach, 43 (1999), pp. 109-128.

Shrayer, Maxim D. "Nabokov and Women Writers." The Nabokovian, 44 (Spring 2000), pp. 42-63.

Shrayer, Maxim D. "Seksografiia Nabokova." Kul'tura russkoi diaspory: Vladimir Nabokov—100 (Culture of Russian Diaspora: Vladimir Nabokov—100). Tallinn: Tallinn Pedagogical University/Tartu: Tartu University, 2000, pp. 32-51; Abridged Russian version: "Seksografiia Nabokova." Kommentarii, 18 (Spring 2000), pp. 240-265.

Shute, Jenefer P. "So Nakedly Dressed: The Text of the Female Body in Nabokov's Novels." Amerikastudien, 30 (4), 1985, p. 537-543.

Sicker, Philip T. "Practicing Nostalgia: Time and Memory in Nabokov's Early Russian Fiction". Studies in Twentieth Century Literature (Manhattan, KS), 11 (2), 1987, pp. 253-270

Sicker, Philip T. ""Shadows of Exile in Nabokov's Berlin." Thought: A Review of Culture and Idea (Bronx, NY), Sept. 1987, 62:246, pp. 281-294.

Simon, John. "The Condescending Smile of the Supreme Enchanter." The New Criterion (New York), Feb. 1991, 9:6, pp. 35-45.

Sklyarenko, Alexey. "Rodoslovnaia poshlosti (noveïshie geneaolicheskie izyskaniia)." Zembla, 1/19/07 (In Russian; in Word format.)

Skonetchnaïa, Olga. "Vladimir Nabokov et le thème du Juif errant." Le théâtre russe entre rêve et réalité, Slovo, vol. 22-23 (1999), pp. 134-147.

Spooner, David. "Off Cells and Mutation." Beastia: Yearbook of the Beast Fable Society 5 (1993), pp. 109-116.

Steiner, George: "Extraterritorial". TriQuarterly (Evanston, IL), 17, Winter 1970, pp. 119-127

Steinhart, Devera. "Eikh Potrim Tashbets?" [How Do They Solve Crossword Puzzles?]. Siman Kri'a [Tel Aviv] nos. 12-13 (1981), pp. 79-88.

Stewart, Garrett: "Death Bequeathed". In: Modern Critical Views: Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Harold Bloom). New York: Chelsea House, 1987, pp. 191-208

Struve, Gleb: "Notes on Nabokov as a Russian Writer". Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature (Madison, WI), 8 (2), Spring 1967, pp. 153-164

Struve, Nikita. "Nabokov est-il l'auteur de Roman avec Cocaïne (suite)?" Vladimir Nabokov et l'Émigration, ed. Nora Buhks (Paris: Institut d'études slaves, 1993), pp. 51-56 (Cahiers de l'émigration russe, 2).

Sugimoto, Kazunato. "Sosakusuru katarite -- V. Nabokofu no 'Bahhaman' o megutte" (The Creative Narrators in Some Works of V. Nabokov), Roshiago Roshiabungaku 22 (1990), pp. 85-101.

Svetlakova, O.A. "V.V. Nabokov o Don Kikhote." Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Series 9. Filiologiia. 1998, no. 3, pp. 40-47.

Sweeney, Susan Elizabeth. "Classification of Genus Nabokov." Massachusetts Studies in English (Amherst, Mass.), 9:3, 1984, pp. 25-31.

Sweeney, Susan Elizabeth. "Nabokov's Amphiphorical Gestures." Studies in Twentieth Century Literature (Manhattan, Kansas), Spring 1987, 11:2, pp. 189-211.

Sweeney, Susan Elizabeth: "Playing Nabokov". Cycnos (Nice), 10 (1), 1993, pp. 63-73

Sweeney, Susan Elizabeth. "'April in Arizona': Nabokov as an American Writer." American Literary History (Cary, NC), 6:2 (Summer 1994), pp. 325-335.

Sweeney, Susan Elizabeth. "Playing Nabokov: Performances by Himself and Others." Studies in Twentieth Century Literature, 22.2 (1998), pp. 295-308. (This is an expanded version of the paper presented by Sweeney at the 1993 Nabokov conference in Nice, which was published as part of the conference proceedings in Cycnos. See entry above.)

Sweeney, Susan Elizabeth. "'Subject-Cases' and 'Book-Cases': Impostures and Forgeries from Poe to Auster." In Detecting Texts: The Metaphysical Detective Story from Poe to Postmodernism, eds. Patricia Merivale and Susan Elizabeth Sweeney (Philadelphia, Pa.: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999).

Tammi, Pekka. "Three Double-Bottomed Allusions in Pale Fire, Ada, Priglashenie na kazn'." The Nabokovian, Fall 1989, 23, pp. 24-28.

Tammi, Pekka. "Seventeen Remarks on Poligeneticnost' in Nabokov's Prose." Studia Slavica Finlandensia (Helsinki), 7, 1990, pp. 189-232.

Tammi, Pekka. "Nabokov's Pale Fire, Bend Sinister, 'Terror,' 'Lance.'" Explicator (Washington, D.C.), Winter 1992, 50:2, pp. 109-111.

Tammi, Pekka: "The St. Petersburg Text and Its Nabokovian Texture". Cycnos (Nice), 10 (1), 1993, pp. 123-133

Timmer, Charles B. "Was N. A. Bokowilson een dichter?" [Was N. A. Bokowilson a Poet?]. Maatstaf [Amsterdam] 29, no. 5 (May, 1981), pp. 89-96.

Toker, Leona: "Liberal Ironists and the ‘Gaudily Painted Savage': On Richard Rorty's reading of Vladimir Nabokov". Nabokov Studies (Los Angeles), 1, 1994, pp. 195-206

Toker, Leona. "The Fragmentation of Experience in Nabokov's Fiction." Cycnos, v. 12, no. 2, 1995, pp. 125-134.

Tolstaia, N. I. "'Sputnik iasnokrylyi'." Russkaia literatura [St. Petersburg] 1 (1992), pp. 188-192.

Tolstoi, Iv. "Tropoiu tropa, ili Pochemu ne Nabokov byl avtorom Romana s kokainom." Zvezda (St. Petersburg), 1995, no. 3, pp. 197-204.

Troubetskoy, Laure. "Vers un autre rivage: de Chambre obscure à Rire dans la nuit." Vladimir Nabokov et l'Émigration, ed. Nora Buhks (Paris: Institut d'études slaves, 1993), pp. 67-76 (Cahiers de l'émigration russe, 2).

Updike, John: "Grandmaster Nabokov". The New Republic (New York), 26 September 1964, pp. 15-18

Updike, John: "Vale, VN". The New Yorker, ?, 1977, pp. ?. Also in: John Updike: Hugging the Shore: Essays and Criticism. New York: Knopf, 1983, pp. 244-246

Updike, John H.: "in memoriam". In: In Memoriam: Vladimir Nabokov: 1899-1977. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1977, pp. 27-38

Updike, John: "Introduction". In: Vladimir Nabokov: Lectures on Literature (ed. Fredson Bowers). New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich / Bruccoli Clark, 1980, pp. xvii-xxvii. Also in: John Updike: Hugging the Shore: Essays and Criticism. New York: Knopf, 1983, pp. 223-236

Urban, Thomas: "Vladimir Nabokov in der Sowjetunion". Osteuropa (Berlin), 37 1987, pp. 106-111

Vries, Gerard de. "Shoes." The Nabokovian, Spring 1990, 24, pp. 42-45.

Wacrenier, Christian. "Vladimir Nabokov: Aspects d'une stéréo-graphie." Roman 20-50: Revue d'Etude du Roman du XXe Siècle (Lille, France), 10, Dec. 1990, pp. 119-127.

Weil, Irwin: "Odyssee of a translator". TriQuarterly (Evanston, IL), 17, Winter 1970, pp. 266-283

Wetzel, Michael. "Über die Kunst, Schmetterlinge zu jagen. Trugbild und Verführungskraft der Nymphen bei Nabokov." Ästhetik und Kommunikation (ISSN 0341-7212), 21 (80/81), 1993, p. 69-76.

White, Edmund: "Nabokov: Beyond Parody". In: The Achievements of Vladimir Nabokov (eds. George Gibian, Stephen Jan Parker). Ithaca, New York: Center for International Studies, Cornell University, 1984, pp. 5-27

White, Edmund: "Nabokov's Passion". In: Modern Critical Views: Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Harold Bloom). New York: Chelsea House, 1987, pp. 209-222

Williams, Carol T.: "Nabokov's Dialectical Structure". In: Nabokov: The Man and His Work (ed. L.S. Dembo). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1967, pp. 165-182

Williams, Robert C.: "Memory's Defense: The Real Life of Vladimir Nabokov's Berlin". The Yale Review (New Haven, CT), 60(2), Winter 1971, pp. 241-250

Wood, Michael. "Consulting the Oracle." Essays in Criticism: A Quarterly Journal of Literary Criticism (Oxford, England) 43, no. 2 (1993), pp. 93-111.

Zolotusskii, I. "A road to Vladimir Nabokov." Novyi mir, Dec. 1996, no. 12, pp. 185-197.

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