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

B. Authors and Titles, A-M


A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
  • Alexandrov, Vladimir
    • How Can Ethics Exist in Nabokov's Fated Worlds? <abs>
      XXIX, 19
  • Alter, Robert
    • Autobiography as Alchemy in Pale Fire <abs>
      XXIX, 27
  • Artemenko-Tolstaia, N. and E. Shikhovtsev
    • VVN in the USSR: A Bibliography of Sources
      • 1922-1975, XXIII, 40-54
      • 1976-1981, XXIV, 52-64
      • 1982-1985, XXV, 26-36
  • Barabtarlo, Gennady
    • Pushkin Embedded
      VIII, 28-31
    • That Main Secret Tra-ta-ta tra-ta-ta tra-ta,
      IX, 34-5
    • Calendar in Pnin
      XII, 44-50
    • Vanessa Atalanta and Raisa Orlova
      XIII, 27-31
    • Basic Basque; Van Veen
      XIV, 24-6
    • Phantom of Fact: VN's Pnin Annotated <abs>
      XIV, 57-8
    • Shade's Peer in Ada,
      XV, 22-4
    • The Bohemian Sea and Other Shores
      XVI, 32-7
    • [A Note on The Defense in the USSR]
      XVII, 4-6
    • A Note on Pale Fire
      XVII, 47-50
    • Lolita in Russian <abs>
      XVIII, 23-7
    • A Mound Found in Theobald
      XVIII, 58-9
    • Nikolai Gogol : Selected Passages
      XIX, 50-3
    • Zembla in the League of Nations (with Shikhovtsev)
      XIX, 54-6
    • Godunov-Cherdyntsev on the Moon
      XX, 20-2
    • On N's Achromatic Nomenclature
      XX, 23-4
    • An Occult Resemblance: The Ripples of Chekhov in The Real Life of Sebastian Knight
      XX, 24-9
    • Beautiful Soup: Psychiatric Testing in Pnin,
      XX, 36-44
    • To the Other Shore
      XXI, 33-5
    • Exclusive Evidence
      XXII, 30-9
    • ...Et Dona Ferentes
      XXIII, 15-20
    • Nabokov's Chernyshevski in Contemporary Annals
      XXIV, 15-23
    • See under Sebastian
      XXIV, 24-9
    • Scrambled Bacon,
      XXIV, 29-32
    • Vladimir D. Nabokov and Capital Punishment,
      XXV, 50-62
    • [In Meoriam Véra Nabokov],
      XXVI, vii-x
    • The Defense Marginalia
      XXVIII, 57-65
    • [On Ageev's Romance with Cocaine ]
      XXVII, 9
    • Nabokov Papers in the University of Illinois Archives
      XXVIII, 66-74
    • Nabokov and Wilson: A Strange Case <abs>
      XXIX, 20-1
    • "To Prince Kachurin" -- For Edmund Wilson
      XXIX, 30-4
    • A Commercial Reprint of V.D.Nabokov's Provisional Government in Moscow
      XXIX, 45-8
  • Barbedette, Gilles
    • [Speech at Mrs Nabokov's Funeral]
      XXVI, vi, viii
  • Begum, Khani
    • Sex and Gender in Nabokov's Lolita : A Post-Lacanian Feminist Dialectic <abs>
      XXIV, 50-1
  • Boegeman, Margaret Byrd
    • Invitation to a Metamorphosis <abs>
      II, 11-13
  • Bowie, Robert
    • A Note on N's Gogol
      XVI, 25-30
  • Boyd, Brian
    • A Marsh Marigold Is a Marsh Marigold Is a Marsh Marigold
      I, 13-16
    • The Mysterious Dozen: A Problem in Ada
      I, 16-17
    • Corrigenda to Field's Bibliography (=COF),
      I, 18-32 (170 items)
    • COF
      II, 26-34 (124 items)
    • COF
      IV, 39-46 (64 items)
    • N. Bibliography -- A Comment
      X, 32-5
    • N. Bibliography: Aspects of the Émigré Period
      XI, 16-24
    • N. at Cornell <abs>
      XII, 19-21
    • COF
      XVI, 44-59
    • Émigré Responses to N. (1921-30)
      XVII, 21-41
    • Lost in the Lost and Found Columns
      XVII, 56-8
    • More New N. Works
      XVIII, 14-22
    • Émigré Responses to N. (1931-1935)
      XVIII, 34-53
    • Émigré Responses to N. (1936-1939)
      XIX, 23-38
    • Émigré Responses to N. (1940-1984)
      XX, 56-66
    • Nabokov's Russian Poems: A Chronology
      XXI, 13-28
    • Wholes and Holes: The Nabokov Archive and the Nabokov Biography
      XXVII, 19-29
    • New Light on Nabokov <abs>
      XXIX, 18-19
    • Annotations to Ada (I)
      XXX, 9-48
  • Brag-a-Barton, Daniel (see Barabtarlo )
  • Brand, Dana
    • VN's Morality of Art: Lolita As (God Forbid) Didactic Fiction <abs>
      XVII, 52-5
  • Brueckman, Patricia
    • The Day After the Fourth
      III, 31-2
    • Un Squelette des Ombres
      VI, 28-30
    • VN: Aesthete and/or Humanist <abs>
      X, 18-19
  • Chenoweth, Michael
    • Green Eggs and Ham, XXVIII, 56-7
    • Query: The Color of Sneezes in Pale Fire
      XXVIII, 57
  • Chevalier, Jean-Louis
    • Chevalier/Chevalier
      XI, 43
  • Chironna, Paul
    • [On "Abraham Milton"]
      XI, 48
  • Clark, Beverly Lyon
    • The Mirror Worlds of Carroll, N., and Pynchon: Fantasy in the 1860s and 1960s <abs>
      III, 24-6
    • Contradictions and Confirmations in Ada : "Ah, Yes! I Remember It Well" <abs>
      IV, 17-19
    • [MLA Meeting Report]
      XII, 4-5
    • [MLA Meeting Report]
      XIV, 3-4
  • Clifton, Gladys M.
    • John Shade's Poem: N's Subtlest Parody <abs>
      XIII, 17-19
  • Closter, Susan Vander
    • A Discussion of The Gift, the Novel in Which VN Artistically Confronts Nikolay Chernyshevsky <abs>
      VIII, 32-5
  • Cohen, Walter
    • The Ideology of N's Fiction <abs>
      II, 14-15
  • Connolly, Julian W.
    • The Real Life of Zhorzhik Uranski
      IV, 35-7
    • A Note on the Name "Pnin"
      VI, 32-3
    • N. and Zhukovsky
      XI, 43-7
    • Madness and Doubling: From Dostoevsky's The Double to N's The Eye <abs>
      XIII, 20-1
    • "Terra Incognita" and Invitation to a Beheading: The Struggle for Creative Freedom <abs>
      XIII, 21-3
    • The Otherworldly in N's Poetry <abs>
      XVI, 21-2
    • VN and the Fiction of Self-Begetting <abs>
      XXVI, 21
    • From Biography to Autobiography and Back: The Fictionality of the Narrated Self in the Work of VN <abs>
      XXIX, 22-3
  • Cooke, Brett, and Alexander Grinyakin
    • Nabokov on the Moscow Stage
      XXV, 22-5
    • Nabokov and the Moscow Stage: Two Events in Moscow
      XXVII, 30-3
  • Couturier, Maurice
    • (L')Enonciation du roman nabokovien <abs>
      VIII, 36-7
    • The Distinguished Writer vs. the Child <abs>
      XXIX, 23
  • Crown, Patricia
    • Note on Ada
      IV, 37-8
  • Davydov, Sergej
    • The "Matreshka-technique" in N's "Lips to Lips" <abs>
      VIII, 13-16
  • De Roeck, Galina
    • History As Fiction and Fiction As History in Nabokov's "The Assistant Producer" <abs>
      XXII, 40-1
  • Dewey, A. Katherine
    • The Sixteenth-Century "Blue Cloak" in VN's Laughter in the Dark
      XXI, 29-31
  • Diment, Galya
    • "Nabokov" Doesn't Rhyme with "Love"? On Love and Control in Speak, Memory <abs>
      XX, 45-6
  • Dolinin, Alexander
    • Don't Ride By, Re-reader XXV
      37-40
  • Dranch, Sherry A.
    • Nikolai Gogol As a Critical Ur-Text <abs>
      II, 16-17
  • Edelnant, Jay Alan
    • N's Black Rainbow: An Analysis of the Rhetorical Function of the Color Imagery in Ada, or Ardor: A Family Chronicle <abs>
      V, 23-5
  • Edelstein, Marilyn
    • The Art of Consciousness: Pale Fire <abs>
      IV, 14-16
    • N's Impersonations: The Dialogue between Foreword and Afterword in Lolita <abs>
      XVII, 59-61
    • Nabokov As Romantic Theorist? <abs>
      XXVI, 57-9
  • Elms, Alan C.
    • Cloud, Castle, Claustrum: N. As a Freudian in Spite of Himself <abs>
      XIII, 42-3
    • N. Contra Freud <abs>
      XIII, 43-4
  • Emery, Emily (see Barabtarlo)
  • Emery, Fanny (see Meyer)
  • Engelking, Leszek
    • N. in Literatura na Swecie (Poland)
      IX, 30-3
    • Two Notes on Lolita [with Nicol's comment]
      XI, 41-2
    • [Reply to Nicol in XI, 42]
      XII, 12
    • N. in Poland
      XII, 26-8
    • N. in Poland
      XIII, 13-14
    • News of N. in Poland and USSR
      XV, 25-8
    • [N. in Poland and USSR]
      XVI, 12-13
    • N. in Poland: 1986-87
      XX, 30-5; XXI, 9
  • English, James F.
    • Mastery, Transcenedence, and the "Hegelian Syllogism of Humor" in Pale Fire <abs>
      XXII 44
  • Epstein, Mikhail
    • The Nabokovian in Nabokov <abs>
      XXVI, 21-2
  • Evans, Peter
    • N. in Japan
      XIII, 24-6
  • Field, David
    • N. As Scientist and Artist: Toward a Sense of Balance <abs>
      XIV, 51-2
  • Flanagan, Roy C., III
    • The Revenge of the "Gods of Semantics Against the Tight-Zippered Philistines": The Ethics of Style in Lolita <abs>
      XXVI, 56-7
  • Foster, Jr., John Burt
    • Memory as Muse: Shifting Points of Reference for N's Autobiographical Impulse <abs>
      XII, 41-3
    • Eliot, Proust, and Hazel Shade: N's Revisionary Modernism and Canto II of John Shade's "Pale Fire" <abs>
      XIV, 40-1
  • Fowler, Douglas R.
    • Elphinstoned Again
      V, 26
  • Fraysse, Suzanne
    • A Portrait of the Artist As a Harlequin <abs>
      XXIX, 27-8
  • Gagen, Tatiana
    • "...And I Shall See a Russian Autumn" XXVI
      31-9 (tr. Jason Merill)
  • Garfinkel, Nancy
    • The Intimacy of Imagination: A Study of the Self in N's English Novels <abs>
      VII, 38-9
  • Gezari, Janet
    • N's Poetry of Chess: The Problems in Speak, Memory <abs>
      XI, 39
  • Goldpaugh, Tom
    • A Persistent Snore in the Next Room: Nabokov and Finnegans Wake <abs>
      XXX, 58-60
  • Grabes, Herbert
    • The Deconstruction of Autobiography: Look at the Harlequins! <abs>
      XXIX, 28
  • Grayson, Jane
    • COF
      IV, 39-46 (12 items)
  • Green, Geoffrey
    • "Nothing will ever change, nobody will ever die": The Speech of Memory in N's Fiction <abs>
      VI, 21-3
    • "You Say Imagination, I Say Memory; You Say Memory, I Say Dream": N's Psychology and the Fiction of Freud <abs>
      XIV, 53-6
    • Visions of a "Perfect Past": Nabokov, Autobiography, Biography, and Fiction <abs>
      XXIX, 23-4
  • Green, Martin
    • N's Columbines <abs>
      XII, 38-9
  • Grinyakin, Alexander (see Cooke )
  • Grossmith, Robert
    • Person's Regress
      XV, 18-20
    • N's Horological Hearts
      XVI, 38-43
    • The Twin Abysses of "Lik"
      XIX, 46-50
    • Other States of Being: N's Two-World Metaphysic, <abs>
      XX, 54-5
  • Howell, Yvonne
    • Science and Fiction in "Lance" <abs>
      XXII, 42-4
  • Huellen, Christopher
    • [VN in the USSR]
      XVII, 8, 10
  • Hyman, Eric
    • The Affinity between Chess Problems and N's Short Fiction <abs>
      XVIII, 62-3
  • Ifri, Pascal A.
    • The Presence of Proust in Ada
      XXIII, 55-7
  • Jackson, Paul R.
    • PALE FIRE and Poe's Past
      XXI, 32-3
  • Johnson, D. Barton
    • A Henry James Parody in Ada
      III, 33-4
    • A Possible Anti-Source for Ada, or Did N. Read German Novels?
      VII, 21-4
    • The "Yablochko" Chastushka in Bend Sinister
      IX, 40-2
    • 1982 N. Society Meeting
      X, 15-16
    • Text and Pre-Text in N's Defense <abs>
      XI, 40
    • [AATSEEL Meeting Report]
      XII, 5
    • N's Incestuous Heroines <abs>
      XII, 40
    • [MLA Meeting Report]
      XIV, 3
    • Word Golf and Lewis Carroll's Doublets
      XIV, 16-20
    • Pasternak's Zhivago and N's Lolita
      XIV, 20-23
    • Nabokovian Incest and Cultural Synthesis <abs>
      XIV, 42-3
    • N. and M. Ageyev's Novel with Cocaine
      XV, 11-15
    • VN and Sasha Sokolov
      XV, 29-39
    • [A Query about Transparent Things]
      XVII, 50-1
    • Murochka, The Story of a Woman's Life
      XVII, 42-5
    • [Text of the final examination in a Nabokov course]
      XXVI, 9-11
    • Nabokov's "Terror" and Other Vastations <abs>
      XXVI, 22-3
    • Ada 's Percy de Prey As the Marlborough Man
      XXVII, 45-52
    • Vladimir Nabokov and Mayne Reid <abs>
      XXIX, 25
    • Ada and Percy: Bereft Maidens and Dead Officers
      XXX, 55-7
  • Juliar, Michael
    • Notes from a Descriptive Bibliography
      VIII, 20-7
    • Notes from a Descriptive Bibliography (cont.)
      IX, 14-25
    • A Reply to My Critic
      X, 36-8
  • Kann, Marilyn B.
    • VN: An Exhibition of Correspondence, Photographs, First Editions, Butterflies...
      XI, 25-36
  • Karlinsky, Simon
    • COF
      II, 26-34 (10 items)
    • Nabokov and Chekhov: Affinities, Parallels, Structures <abs>
      XXIX, 21
  • Kecht, Maria-Regina
    • Die Elemente des Grotesken in Prosawerk von VN <abs>
      VIII, 46-8
  • Knapp, Shoshana
    • N. and Mirsky
      XIII, 35-6
  • Koger, Grove
    • [N. Bibliography] 1980 Update
      VII, 40-9 ["many items"]
  • Kopper, John M.
    • Against Translation: Autology and the Paint of Mortality in N's Last Russian Fiction <abs>
      XVIII, 28-30
  • Kozlowski, Liza M.
    • Tracking McSwine's Fiendish Spoor: Robert Browning's "Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister" in Lolita
      XXIII, 28-35
  • Kuzmanovich, Z.
    • COF
      XIII, 37-9
    • COF
      XIV, 6-7
    • N. at the Bakhmeteff
      XIX, 12-22
  • Laansoo, Mati
    • An Interview with VN for the CBC
      X, 39-48
  • Larches, Colin (see Nicol )
  • Larmour, David H.J.
    • "Subsiduunt montes et juga celsa ruunt"
      XVI, 30-2
    • Heraclytus, Parmenides, and Pythagoras
      XX, 18-19
  • Lee, L. L.
    • A Statement on N's Art <abs>
      X, 20-2
  • Lehrman, Alexander
    • An Etymological Footnote to Chapter Three of Speak, Memory
      XXIV, 32-3
  • Lowe, David
    • N's Hermann: Homme sans moeurs et sans religion! <abs>
      VII, 16-18
  • Lucas, Timothy R.
    • David Cronenberg: A Postscript
      VII, 10-15
  • Lynn, Richard
    • Where the Hum Come From: New Provenance
      XXIX, 41-3
  • McCauley-Myers, Janie
    • Sybil and Disa in Pale Fire
      XXIII, 35-9
  • Macdonald, D.L.
    • Eighteenth-century Optimism As Metafiction in Pale Fire
      XIV, 26-32
  • McNeil, Malcolm R.
    • The Poet as Clinician
      XVIII, 59-61
  • McWilliams, Jim
    • Banana Query
      XXII, 23-4 <answered in XXIII, 9-10>
  • Marshall, Brenda K.
    • N.: A Quest(ion)ing of Narrative Authority <abs>
      XX, 46-8
    • "N. Would Be Horrified": Authorial Position in Nabokovian Criticism <abs>
      XXII, 45-6
  • Mason, Bruce
    • Mr Pim
      VI, 31-2
  • Matterson, Stephen
    • Sprung from the Music-Box of Memory: "Spring in Fialta" <abs>
      XVIII, 64-5
  • Medaric-Kovacic, Magdalena
    • [VN's Works in Yugoslavia]
      XII, 10-11
  • Merrill, Jason
    • Whence the Cockerells' Pitcher?
      XXX, 53-5
  • Meyer, Priscilla
    • N's Lolita and Pushkin's Onegin : A Colloquy of Muses <abs>
      VII, 33-4
    • VN: The Humanism of Aesthetics <abs>
      X, 29-31
    • N's Lolita and Pushkin's Onegin <abs>, XII, 22-5
    • [AATSEEL Meeting Report]
      XIV, 4
    • Pale Fire : Vladimir Vladimirovich and William Wordsworth <abs>
      XIV, 48-50
    • N's Non-fiction As Reference Library: Igor, Ossian, Kinbote <abs>
      XVI, 23-4
    • Etymology and Heraldry: N's Zemblan Translations <abs>
      XVIII, 31-3
    • [Letter to Editor]
      XX, 5-6
    • N's Pale Fire As Memoir <abs>
      XX, 48-9
    • Pale Fire and the Works of King Alfred the Great <abs>
      XX, 52-3
    • In Reply <to Manfred Voss's note, preceding>
      XXV, 48-9
  • Monroe, William
    • The Jester Bells of Pale Fire <abs>
      XXVI, 53-6
  • Morgan, Paul Bennet
    • The Use of Female Characters in the Fiction of VN <abs>
      IX, 26-7
    • 1981 N. Bibliography
      IX, 43-52 [contributed]
    • 1982 N. Bibliography
      , XI, 49-63 [contributed]
    • "Terra Incognita" and R.L. Stevenson
      XIV, 15-16
  • Mroz, Edith
    • Nabokov and Romantic Irony: The Contrapuntal Theme <abs>
      XXVI, 60-2


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