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

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Speak, Memory

Alberich, Enrique. "Un viaje hacia el romanticismo negro." Quimera: Revista de Literatura (Barcelona, Spain), n.d., 77, pp. 28-32. [Compares Pnin and Speak, Memory to Cabrera Infante's La Habana para un Infante difunto.]

Appel, Alfred, Jr.: "Nabokov's Puppet Show - I". The New Republic (New York), Jan 14, 1967, pp. 27-30. "Nabokov's Puppet Show - II". The New Republic, Jan 21, 1967, pp. 25-29

"The Banana Was a Pineapple." The Nabokovian, Fall 1991, 27, pp. 37-38.

Barabtarlo, Gennady. "To the Other Shore." The Nabokovian, Fall 1988, 21, pp. 33- 35.

Barabtarlo, Gennady. "Exclusive Evidence." The Nabokovian, Spring 1989, 22, pp. 30-39.

Diment, Galya. "'Nabokov' Doesn't Rhyme with 'Love'? On Love and Control in Speak, Memory." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology (Pittsburgh, PA), Aug. 1989, 10:3-4, pp. 275-283.

Funke, Sarah E. Vladimir Nabokov's Mnemania: Identity and the Poetics of Memory in Speak, Memory and Look at the Harlequins!. Harvard University, A.B. Thesis, Honors in English and American Literature and Language, 1995

Gezari, Janet. "Chess Problems and Narrative Time in Speak, Memory." Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly (Honolulu, HI), Spring 1987, 10:2, pp. 151- 162.

Grabes, Herbert. "'Metafiction' in Nabokov's Autobiographical Writing." In Engler, Bernd and Kurt Muller (eds.), Historiographic Metafiction in Modern American and Canadian Literature (Paderborn: Ferdinand Schoningh, 1994), pp. 171-183.

Green, Geoffrey. "Visions of a 'Perfect Past': Nabokov, Autobiography, Biography, and Fiction." Cycnos (Nice, France), 1993, 10:1, pp. 55-62.

Green, Geoffrey. "Visions of a 'Perfect Past': Nabokov, Autobiography, Biography, and Fiction." Nabokov Studies #3 (1996), pp. 89-100.

Hamrit, Jacqueline. "French Echoes in "Mademoiselle O." Zembla, 12/18/06.

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.

Katsnel'son, Leonard. "Sakhmatnaia okantovka romans Nabokova Drugie berega" in Neva #12, 1998, pp. 203-206. Examines the theme of chess in the Russian version of Speak, Memory.

Lehrman, Alexander. "An Etymological Footnote to Chapter Three of Speak, Memory." The Nabokovian, Spring 1990, 24, pp. 32-33.

Medaric, Magdalena. "Druge Obale Vladimira Nabokova kao Autometapoetski Tekst: S posebnim obzirom na ulogu igre u nego stvaralastu," in Autotematizacija u Knjizevnosti, Magdalena Medaric ed. (Zagreb: Zavod za znanost o knjizevnosti, 1996).

Montes, Catalina. "Notas sobre la escritura de Nabokov a la luz de su autobiografia y las reflexiones sobre la lengua de Saussure, Russell y Wittgenstein." Atlantis: Revista de la Asociacion Espanola de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos (La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain), Nov. 1991, 12:2, pp. 141-155.

Moraru, Christian: "Time, Writing and Ecstasy in Speak, Memory: Dramatizing the Proustian Project". Nabokov Studies (Los Angeles, CA), 2, 1995, pp. 173-190

Nivat, Georges: "Speak, Memory". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 672-685

Oviedo, Jose Miguel. "Cabrera Infante en el espejo de Nabokov." Quimera: Revista de Literatura (Barcelona, Spain), June 1988, 78-79, pp. 74-81. [Compares Pnin and Speak, Memory to Cabrera Infante's La Habana para un Infante difunto.]

Rosengrant, Roy Judson. Nabokov's Autobiography: Problems of Translation and Style. Ph.D., 1984.

Rosengrant, Judson. "Bilingual Style in Nabokov's Autobiography." Style (ISSN 0039-4238), 29 (1), 1995, p. 108-127.

Roth, Phyllis A. "Toward the Man behind the Mystification." In Rivers, Julius Edwin and Charles Nicol (eds.), Nabokov's Fifth Arc: Nabokov and Others on His Life's Work (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1982), pp. 43-59.

Shapiro, Gavriel. "Nabokov and the 'Other Shores'." In The Russian Emigration: Literature. History. Chronicle of Films, eds. V.Khazan, I. Belobrovtseva and S. Dotsenko, 106-13. Jerusalem and Tallinn: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Tallinn Pedagogical University, 2004.

Shields, David. "Autobiographic Rapture and Fictive Irony in Speak, Memory and The Real Life of Sebastian Knight." The Iowa Review (Iowa City, IA), Winter 1987, 17:1, pp. 44-54.

Shloss, Carol: "Speak, Memory: The Aristocracy of Art". In: Nabokov's Fifth Arc (ed. J.E. Rivers / Charles Nicol). Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1982, pp. 224-229

Stark, Vadim [Petrovich]: "V. Sh., ili Muza Nabokova". Istkusstvo Leningrada (Leningrad), Mart 1991, pp. 17-25

"Uncle Ruka's Romance." Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Spring 1984, 12, pp. 16-18.

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