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

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F. "Nabokov and X," Articles and Books

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Here are listed books, book chapters, dissertations, and articles in which Nabokov is compared to one or more other writers. (For articles, etc., on specific Nabokov works compared to the work(s) of other writers, see also Part G of the Zembliography, Books and Articles on Individual Works.)

Albright, Daniel: Representation and the Imagination: Beckett, Kafka, Nabokov, and Schoenberg. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1981

Alexander, Victoria N. "Martin Amis: Between the Influences of Bellow and Nabokov." The Antioch Review (ISSN 0003-5769), 52 (4), 1994, p. 580-590.

Alexandrov, Vladimir E.: "Nabokov and Bely". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 358-366

Alexandrov, Vladimir E.: "Nabokov and Evreinov". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 402-405

Alexandrov, Vladimir E.: "Nabokov and Gumilev". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 428-433

Alexandrov, Vladimir E.: "Nabokov and Uspensky". ". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 548-553

Balbert, Peter. "Perceptions of Exile: Nabokov, Bellow, and the Province of Art." Studies in the Novel (Denton, TX), Spring 1982, 14:1, pp. 95-104.

Barabtarlo, Gennady. "Pushkin Embedded." The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Spring 1982, 8, pp. 28-31.

Barbedette, Gilles. "La Corrida Nabokov/Wilson." L'Infini (Paris), Spring 1988, 21, pp. 43-45.

Barnstead, John A. "Nabokov, Kuzmin, Chekhov, and Gogol': Systems of Reference in 'Lips to Lips'." In Julian W. Connolly and Sonia I. Ketchian eds., Studies in Russian Literature in Honor of Vsevolod Setchkarev (Columbus: Slavica, 1986), pp. 50-60.

Begnal, Michael H. "Joyce, Nabokov, and the Hungarian National Soccer Team." James Joyce Quarterly, Summer 1994, 31:4, pp. 519-525.

Belyi, Nabokov, Bulgakov. Special issue of Russian Literature (18-1 [1 July 1985]), The Russian Avant-Garde. Amsterdam : North-Holland, [1985].

Berman, Jeffrey. "Nabokov and the Viennese Witch Doctor." In Harold Bloom ed., Lolita (New York: Chelsea House, 1993), pp. 105-119.

Bethea, David M. "Izgnanie kak ukhod v kokon: Obraz babochki u Nabokova i Brodskogo." Russkaia Literatura (St. Petersburg), 1991, 3, pp. 167-175.

Bethea, David M.: "Bulgakov and Nabokov: Toward a Comparative Perspective". Zapiski Russkoi Akademicheskoi Gruppy v S. Sh. A. (Richmond Hill, NY), 24, 1991, pp. 187-209

Bethea, David M.: "Nabokov and Blok". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 374-382

Bethea, David M.: "Nabokov and Khodasevich". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 452-463

Bethea, David M. "Brodsky's and Nabokov's Bilingualism(s): Translation, American Poetry, and the Muttersprache. Russian Literature (Amsterdam), 1995, vol. 37, no. 2/3, pp. 157-184 (bibliogr.: pp. 182-184).

Bienstock, Beverly Gray. The Self-Conscious Artist in Contemporary American Fiction. Ph.D. thesis, University of California, Los Angeles, 1973. [On Nabokov and John Barth.]

Bitov, Andrei. "Odnoklassiki: K 90-letiiu O. V. Volkova i V. V. Nabokova." Novyi Mir (Moscow), May 1990, 5, pp. 224-242.

Boegeman, Margaret Byrd. Paradox Gained : Kafka's Reception in English from 1930 to 1949 and His Influence on the Early Fiction of Borges, Beckett and Nabokov. Ph.D. thesis, University of California, Los Angeles, 1977.

Borden, Richard C. The Magic and the Politics of Childhood: The Childhood Theme in the Works of Iurii Olesha, Valentin Kataev and Vladimir Nabokov, Ph.D., 1990.

Borden, Richard C. "H. G. Wells' 'Door in the Wall' in Russian Literature." Slavic and East European Journal, Fall 1992, 36:3, pp. 323-338.

Bov, Enric. "Dialogo del Lago Waban: Guillen y Nabokov." Insula [Madrid] 48 (1993), pp. 554-555.

Bowie, Robert. "A Note on Nabokov's Gogol." The Nabokovian, Spring 1986, 16, pp. 25-30.

Bowie, Robert. "Nabokov's Influence on Gogol." Journal of Modern Literature (Philadelphia), July 1986, 13:2, pp. 251-266.

Boyd, Brian. "Tolstoy and Nabokov." Scripsi 9, 1 (1993), pp. 139-156.

Brodsky, David. "Gombrowicz et Nabokov." In Jelenski, Constantin and Dominique Roux (eds.), Gombrowicz (Paris: Editions de l'Herne, 1971), pp. 301-324.

Brown, Edward: "Nabokov, Chernyshevsky, Olesha and the Gift of Sight". Stanford Slavic Studies, 4 (2), 1992, pp. 280-295

Buhks, Nora. "Dvoe igrokov za odnoi doskoi: Vl. Nabokov i IA. Kavabata." Vladimir Nabokov et l'Émigration, ed. Nora Buhks (Paris: Institut d'études slaves, 1993), pp. 39-50 (Cahiers de l'émigration russe, 2).

Buhks, Nora (McMillian, Arnbold, tr.). "Nabokov and Dostoevskii: Aesthetic Demystification." In Wigzell, Faith (ed.), Russian Writers on Russian Writers (Oxford: Berg, 1994), pp. 131-137.

Bush, Jamie. "Authorial Authority: Johnson's Life of Savage and Nabokov's Nikolai Gogol." Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, 19 (1), 1996, p. 19-41.

Camet, Sylvie. L'un/l'autre ou le double en question: Chamisso-Dostoïevski-Maupassant-Nabokov. (Mont-de-Marsan, France: Editions InterUniversitaires, 1995).

Cancogni, Annapaola: "'My Sister, Do You Still Recall?': Chateaubriand / Nabokov". Comparative Literature (Eugene, Oregon), 35, 1983, pp. 140-166

Cangogni, Annapaola: "Nabokov and Chateaubriand". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 382-388

Chervinskaia, Ol'ga. Pushkin, Nabokov, Akhmatova: metamorfizm russkogo liricheskogo romana. Chernovtsy: "Ruta," 1999.

Chien, Evelyn Nien-Ming. Worlds of Exile: Nabokov, Rushdie, Kingston, Roy, and Diaz. Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Virginia, 2000.

Childers, Molly. Female Adolescence in the American Novel: James, Nabokov and Oates. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Boston University, 1999.

Christensen, Inger. The Meaning of Metafiction: a Critical Study of Selected Novels by Sterne, Nabokov, Barth, and Beckett. Bergen: Universitetsforlaget ; Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y.: Distribution, Columbia University Press, 1981.

Clark, Beverly Lyon: Reflections of Fantasy: The Mirror Worlds of Carroll, Nabokov, and Pynchon. New York: Peter Lang, 1986

Clej, Alina Marina. Fables of Transgression; Confession as Anti-Confession in the Works of De Quincey, Baudelaire, and Nabokov. Ph.D., 1988.

Cohen, David. "My Potential Patients: Origins, Detection, and Transference in Pale Fire and Freud's Case of the Wolf-Man." Zembla, 7/19/05.

Connolly, Julian W. "Nabokov and Zhukovsky." The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Fall 1983, 11, pp. 43-47.

Connolly, Julian W.: "Vladimir Nabokov and Valerij Brjusow: An Examination of a Literary Heritage". Die Welt der Slaven (München), 33 (N.F.12), 1988, pp. 69-86

Cornwell, Neil. "Paintings, Governesses, and 'Publishing Scoundrels': Nabokov and Henry James," in Nabokov's World, vol. 2: Reading Nabokov, edited by Jane Grayson, Arnold McMillin and Priscilla Meyer (Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave, 2002), pp. 96-116.

Cornwell, Neil. "'A Dorset Yokel's Knuckles': Thomas Hardy and Lolita," The Nabokovian, no. 54, Spring 2005, pp. 54-64.

Cornwell, Neil. "Intimations of Lo: Sirens, Joyce and Nabokov's Lolita." Zembla, 9/5/06.

Couturier, Maurice. "Sex vs. Text: From Miller to Nabokov." Revue Française d'Etudes Américaines, May 1984, 9:20, pp. 243-260. [On Miller, Roth, Barthelme, Nabokov.]

Couturier, Maurice. "Seks kontra tekst." (In Polish), Literatura Na Swiecie, no. 5 (1987), pp. 235-254.

Couturier, Maurice. Gutenberg, Sterne and Nabokov. Claremont, CA: Center for Humanistic Studies, 1989.

Couturier, Maurice: "Nabokov and Flaubert". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 405-412

Couturier, Maurice. "Censorship and the Authorial Figure in Ulysses and Lolita," Cycnos, XII, no. 2 (Autumn 1995).

Culbertson, Diana. Twentieth Century Autobiography, Yeats, Sartre, Nabokov: Studies in Structure and Form. Ph.D. thesis, University of North Carolina, 1971.

Davidson, Richard Allen. "Zelda Fitzgerald, Vladimir Nabokov, and James Michener: Three Opinions on Frank Norris's McTeague." Frank Norris Studies 9 (1989), pp. 11-12.

Davis, Donald E. "The Emigre Transmission of Russianness: Kandinsky, Stravinsky, Nabokov." Coexistence, A Review of East-West and Development Issues (ISSN 0587-5994), 28 (2), 1991, p. 273.

Davydov, Sergei: "Dostoevsky and Nabokov: The Morality of Structure in Crime and Punishment and Despair". Dostoevsky Studies, 3, 1982, pp. 157-170

Davydov, Sergei. "Nabokov and Pushkin." Zapiski Russkoi Akademicheskoi Gruppy v S.Sh.A., 1988, 20, pp. 185-196.

Davydov, Sergei: "Nabokov and Pushkin". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 482-496

de la Durantaye, Leland. "Kafka's Reality and Nabokov's Fantasy. On Dwarves, Saints, Beetles, Symbolism and Genius." Comparative Literature Fall 2007. Volume 59, Number 4: 315-331.

Dennison, Sally. Literary Publishing: Five Modern Histories (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1984). [Woolf, Joyce, Nin, Nabokov.]

Diment, Galya. "Nabokov and Strachey." Comparative Literature Studies, V. 27, No. 4, 1990, pp. 285-297.

Diment, Galya: "Nabokov and Joyce: Portraits of Innovative Writers as Conservative Poets". Irish Slavonic Studies, 12, 1991, pp. 11-26

Diment, Galya: "English as Sanctuary: Nabokov's and Brodsky's Autobiographical Writings". Slavic and East European Journal, 37 (3), 1993, pp. 346-361

Diment, Galya. "From Kafka's Castle to Axel's Castle: Nabokov vs. Wilson as Critics of Modernism." Cycnos, v. 12, no. 2, 1995, pp. 83-92.

Dipple, Elizabeth: "Iris Murdoch and Vladimir Nabokov: An Essay in Literary Realism and Experimentalism". In: The Practical Vision: Essays in English Literature in Honour of Flora Ray (eds. Jane Campbell, James Doyle). Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier, 1978, pp. 103-118

Dolinin, Alexander. "Nabokov, Dostoevsky, and 'Dostoevskyness.'" Russian Studies in Literature, 35:(4), Fall 1999, pp. 42-60.

Dolinin, Alexander. "Pushkinian Subtexts in Nabokov’s Invitation to a Beheading," Zembla, 9/6/07.

Le double: Chamisso, Dostoïevski, Maupassant, Nabokov, Jean Bessière, ed. (Paris: H. Champion, 1995).

Dranch, Sherry A. "Metamorphosis as a Stylistic Device: Surrealist Schemata in Gogolian and Nabokovian Texts." Language and Style (Flushing, NY), Spring 1984, 17:2, pp. 139-148.

Elms, Alan. "Nabokov contra Freud," chapter in the author's Uncovering Lives: The Uneasy Alliance of Biography and Psychology (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994).

Ermath, Elizabeth Deeds. "Conspicuous Construction: Or, Kristeva, Nabokov, and the Anti-Realist Critique." In Spilka, Mark and Caroline Flesher McCracken (eds.), Why the Novel Matters: A Postmodern Perplex (Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1990), pp. 348-357.

Fanger, Donald; Aurelio Major (tr.). "A cincuenta anos del Gogol de Nabokov." Vuelta 17 (June 1993), pp. 54-57.

Fanger, Donald: "Nabokov and Gogol". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 420-428

Fauser, Markus. "Eremiten in der Bibliothek: Canettis Büchermensch im Hinblick auf seine Verwandten bei Unamuno und Nabokov." Euphorion: Zeitschrift für Literaturgeschichte, (ISSN 0014-2328), 88 (20), 1994, p. 184-209.

Fletcher, John. "Modernism and Samuel Beckett." In Garton, Janet (ed.), Facets of European Modernism (Norwich: University of East Anglia, 1985), pp. 199-217.

Fortier, Mardelle Eide. Memory and the Illusion of Time: Proust and Nabokov. Ph.D. thesis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1978.

Foster, Jr., John Burt. "Nabokov before Proust: The Paradox of Anticipatory Memory." Slavic and East European Journal, Spring 1989, 33:1, pp. 78-94. [On Mary, The Defense, and Glory.]

Foster, Jr., John Burt: "Nabokov and Kafka". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 444-451

Foster, Jr., John Burt: "Nabokov and Proust". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 472-481

Foster, Jr., John Burt: "Nabokov and Tolstoy". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 518-528

Foster, Jr., John Burt. "Parody, Pastiche, and Periodization: Nabokov/Jameson." Cycnos, v. 12, no. 2, 1995, pp. 109-116.

Freeman, Marion F. "Nabokovian Echoes in the Works of Ramon Hernandez." Anales de la Literatura Espanola Contemporanea (Boulder, CO), 1989, 14:1-3, pp. 65-78.

Gault, Pierre: "Between Latency and Knowledge: Figures of preinitiation in Nabokov and Baltus". In: Critical Angles: European Views of Contemporary American Literature. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1986, pp. 125-144

Gibson, Andrew. "Comedy of Narrative: Nabokov, Beckett, Robbe-Grillet." Comparative Literature (Eugene, OR), Spring 1985, 37:2, pp. 114-139.

Glenn, Kathleen M. "Narration and Eroticism on Chacel's Memorias de Leticia Valle and Nabokov's Lolita." Monographic Review [Odessa, TX] 7 (1991), pp. 84-93.

Grabes, Herbert: "Nabokov and Shakespeare: The English Works". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 496-512

Grayson, Jane: "Double Bill: Nabokov and Olesha". In: From Pushkin to Palisandriia: Essays on the Russian Novel in Honor of Richard Freeborn (ed. Arnold B. McMillin). Basingstroke: Macmillan (New York: St. Martin's), 1990, pp. 181-200

Grayson, Jane. "Rusalka and the Person from Porlock." In McMillian, Arnold (ed.), Symbolism and After: Essays on Russian Poetry in Honor of Georgette Conchin (Worcester, Eng.: Bristol Classical, 1992), pp. 162-185. [Discusses N's relationship to Pushkin.]

Grayson, Jane. "Nabokov and Perec." Cycnos, v. 12, no. 2, 1995, pp. 149-158.

Green, Geoffrey: Freud and Nabokov. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press, 1988

Green, Geoffrey. "Splitting the Ego: Freudian Doubles, Nabokvian Doubles." In Rancour, Laferrier Daniel (ed.), Russian Literature and Psychoanalysis (Amsterdam: John Banjamins, 1989), pp. 369-379.

Gregory, Robert. "Porpoise-iveness without Porpoise: Why Nabokov Called James a Fish." The Henry James Review (Baltimore, MD), Fall 1984, 6:1, pp. 52-59.

Grishakova, Marina. "Dve zametki o V. Nabokove" [Two Notes on V. Nabokov: 1. Once Again on the “Nabokov and Shklovsky” Problem. 2. Nabokov and Cinema]. Trudy po russkoi i slavianskoi filologii. Literaturovedenie, Novaia seriia (Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus), 4, 2001.

Haddad-Wotling, Karen. "Figures proustiennes chez Nabokov." Revue de littérature comparée, 66 (4), 1992, pp. 407-419.

Hamrit, Jacqueline. "'Play! Invent the World! Invent Reality!' Nabokov/Derrida," The Oxford Literary Review (Volume 25, 2003), pp. 157-77.

Hirsch, Marina L. von. Literature as Commentary in Andrei Bitov's Prose: The Nabokov Link. Thesis (Ph. D.), Florida State University, 1997.

Höfele, Andreas: "Spiel und Spiele bei Nabokov und Beckett". Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht LWU (Würzburg), 18, 1985, pp. 271-287

Holzwarth, Eric. Self-Transcendance and the Language of Subjectivity: A Reading of Nabokov's Lolita and Speak, Memory, Woolf's The Waves and Barthe's Roland Barthes. University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1985.

Hopkins, Bryan Douglas. The Modern Ascent of the Soul: Spiritual Progress in the Novels of Joyce, Beckett, and Nabokov. Thesis (Ph. D.), University of Texas at Austin, 1997.

Hughes, Robert P. "Nabokov Reading Pasternak." In Lazar Fleishman, ed., Boris Pasternak and His Times (Berkeley: Berkeley Slavic Specialties, 1989), pp. 153-170.

Isahaya, Yuichi. "Tsuvetaewa hakubutsukan to zassi Kazu" ["The House-Museum of Tsvetaeva and Numbers"]. Doshisha daigaku gaikoku bungaku kenkyu [Doshisha Studies in Foreign Literature], 75 (January, 1997) 17-29. In Japanese.

Jackson, Paul R.: "Pale Fire and Faulkner". Notes on Contemporary Literature, 12 (3), 1982, pp. 11-12

Jefford, Andrew. "Dr. Jekyll and Professor Nabokov: Reading a Reading." In Noble, Andrew (ed.), Robert Louis Stevenson (London; Totowa, NJ: Vision; Barnes & Noble, 1983), pp. 47-72.

Johnson, D[onald] Barton: "Belyj & Nabokov: A Comparative Overview". Russian Literature (Amsterdam), 9, 1981, pp. 379-402

Johnson, D. Barton. "Pasternak's Zhivago and Nabokov's Lolita." The Nabokovian, no. 14 (Spring 1985), pp. 20-23.

Johnson, D. Barton. "Nabokov and M. Ageyev's Novel with Cocaine." The Nabokovian, Fall 1985, 15, pp. 29-39. [With a rejoinder from Dmitri Nabokov.]

Johnson, D. Barton. "Vladimir Nabokov and Sasha Sokolov." The Nabokovian, Fall 1985, 15, pp. 29-39.

Johnson, D. Barton. "Sasha Sokolov and Vladimir Nabokov." Russian Language Journal (East Lansing, MI), 1987, 41:138-139, pp. 153-162.

Johnson D[onald] Barton: "Vladimir Nabokov and Captain Mayne Reid". Cycnos (Nice), 10 (1), 1993, pp. 99-106

Johnson D[onald] Barton: "The Nabokov-Sartre Controversy". Nabokov Studies (Los Angeles, CA), 1, 1994, pp. 69-82

Johnson, D. Barton. "Nabokov, Ayn Rand, and Russian-American Literature, or, the Odd Couple." Cycnos, v. 12, no. 2, 1995, pp. 101-108.

Johnson, D. Barton. "Strange Bedfellows: Ayn Rand and Vladimir Nabokov." The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, vol. 2, no. 1 (Fall 2000), pp. 47-68.

Jones, Heather Menzies. Nabokov's Dark American Dream: Pedophilia, Poe, and Postmodernism in Lolita. S.U.N.Y. College at Brockport, M.A. Thesis, 1995.

Karlinsky, Simon: "Nabokov and Chekhov: the lesser Russian tradition". TriQuarterly (Evanston, IL), 17, Winter 1970, pp. 7-16

Karlinsky, Simon. "Affinités et Désaccords." L'Infini (Paris), Spring 1988, 21, pp. 19-42.

Karlinsky, Simon: "Nabokov and Chekhov: Affinities, Parallels, Structures". Cycnos (Nice), 10 (1), 1993, pp. 33-37

Karlinsky, Simon: "Nabokov and Chekhov". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 389-397

Kemball, Robin. "Nabokov and Rupert Brooke." In Peter Brang et al. eds., Schweizerische Beitrage zum IX internationalen Slavistenkongress in Kiev, September 1983 (Berne, P. Lang, 1983), pp. 35-73.

Kennedy, Colleen Stephanie. Footnotes and Prefaces: Ruses of Authority in the Postmodern Fiction of Vladimir Nabokov and John Barth. Ph.D., 1986.

Kim, Gia. Is Daughter to Father as Nature is to Culture?: The Systematization and Subversion of Paternal Authority in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter and Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita. Harvard University, A.B. Thesis, Honors in English and American Literature and Language, 1995.

Kinyon-Kuchar, Kamila. Models of Exile: Koestler, Nabokov, Kundera. Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Chicago, Dept of Comparative Literature, June 2000.

Knapp, Shoshana. "Nabokov and Mirsky." The Nabokovian, Fall 1984, 13, pp. 35-36.

Kopper, John Matthias, Jr. Family Resemblances. Ph.D., 1986. [On Nabokov, Kafka, Bugaev.]

Kunce, Catherine. "'Cruel and Crude': Nabokov Reading Cervantes." Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America (ISSN 0277-6995), 13 (2), 1993, p. 93-104.

LaFontaine, Cecile Aurore. Variations on the Detective Story: A Study of Borges, Nabokov, Robbe-Grillet. Ph.D., 1982. [On Despair, Lolita.]

Linetski, Vadim. "Nabokov and Gorky." Vestnik novoi literatury, 7,1994 (in Russian).

Litavrina, Marina. "La Mouette de Tchekhov (Saint-Pétersbourg, 1896) et L'Evénement de Nabokov (Paris, 1938), ou la similitude paradoxale," in Le théâtre russe entre rêve et réalité, Slovo, vol. 22-23 (1999), pp. 121-131. [Compares stagings of Chekhov's The Seagull and Nabokov's The Event.]

Liubimova, T.B. "Literaturnye obliki neosoznannogo pokaianiia. (M. Bakhtin, V. Nabokov, Ven. Erofeev)," Dialog. Karnaval. Khronotop (Vitebsk), no. 4, 1995, pp. 53-77.

Long, Michael: Marvell, Nabokov: Childhood and Arcadia. London: Oxford University Press, 1984, pp. 23-26

Lucas, Timothy R. "David Cronenberg: A Postscript." The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Fall 1981, 7, pp. 10-15.

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