Index to The Nabokovian 1978-1993 (I-XXX)
compiled by Gennady Barabtarlo

VN'S WORKS
AUTHORS/TITLES A-M | AUTHORS/TITLES N-Z
NABOKOV'S WORKS DISCUSSED | BIBLIOGRAPHY
NABOKOV SOCIETY MEETINGS | PICTURES & ILLUSTRATIONS
MISCELLANEA

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Note from the Compiler

The Index updates the previous one published in The Nabokovian XXI. It lists items that have appeared in all the thirty issues (the first dozen was published as The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter), except for the regular features (general and specific information, lists of new VN publications supplied by the late Mrs. Vladimir Nabokov, research news, etc.) that appear in the Editor's report. I have extracted from the editorials, and listed separately, bibliographical information and reports on scholarly meetings.

Entries within sections B and C (Authors/Titles and N's Works Discussed) are arranged alphabetically; section D (Bibliography), thematically; the rest, chronologically, as are all items within an entry.

Roman numerals refer to the issue number, Arabic, to page number. To save space, the year of publication is omitted, but since TNAB comes out semi-annually (in spring and autumn), and since the first issue was published in the autumn of 1978, the time of publication of any given issue can be instantly reckoned by the formula 78 + 1/2 n, where n is an even (Spring) issue number, or 78 + 1/2 (n - 1), if n should be an odd (Fall) number; e.g., No. 28 appeared in (78 + 14 =) 1992 (Spring), whereas No. 9 in (78 + 1/2 [9 - 1] =) 1982 (Fall).

Adopted abbreviations and symbols:

"VN" or "N.", for Nabokov's name; <abs>, for an abstract of a delivered paper or dissertation; COF, for corrections of Andrew Field's Bibiliography (1973).

The ampersand following a page number in section C indicates that N's work in question is dwelled upon but briefly. (I did sift survey articles for essential references to specific VN works.) References in this section are given to the page or pages on which the work is mentioned.

Gennady Barabtarlo

A. Nabokov's Works Published

  • Vivian Darkbloom's Notes to Ada
    III, 34-40
  • Interview with Mati Laansoo of the CBC
    X, 39-48
  • National Book Award Acceptance Speech
    XIII, 16-17
  • National Medal for Literature (1973) [A statement]
    XV, 9-10
  • Answer to the Bobbs-Merrill "General Questionnaire"
    XX, 13
  • "Shakespeare," a poem (tr. by Dmitri Nabokov)
    XX, 15-16
  • "Krushenie," a poem (original and tr. by Dm. Nabokov)
    XXII, 12-17
  • "To Véra," a poem (tr. by Dmitri Nabokov)
    XXIII, 13-4
  • Translation of the Gettysburg Address (with corresp.)
    XXIV, 8-14
  • Letters to V.V. Rudnev and I.I. Fondaminski (translation and notes by G. Barabtarlo)
    XXIV, 15-23
  • "An India invisible I rule" (a poem, tr. Dm. Nabokov)
    XXIV, 46-9
  • "Wingstroke" (tr. Dmitri Nabokov)
    XXVIII, 11-33
  • "Whence have you flown?" (a poem, tr. Dm. Nabokov)
    XXVIII, 34-5
  • "Spring," a poem (tr. Dm. Nabokov)
    XXVIII, 36-9
  • Letters to and from V. Rudnev and P. Mosely (translation and notes by G. Barabtarlo)
    XXVIII, 66-74
  • [VN's translation, with annotations, of the poem "To Prince S.M.Kachurin"] (notes by Barabtarlo)
    XXIX, 30-4


VN'S WORKS
AUTHORS/TITLES A-M | AUTHORS/TITLES N-Z
NABOKOV'S WORKS DISCUSSED | BIBLIOGRAPHY
NABOKOV SOCIETY MEETINGS | PICTURES & ILLUSTRATIONS
MISCELLEANEA