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, N-Z


N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z
  • Nabokov, Dmitri V.
    • A Few Comments on the Cornell Festival Volume
      XIV, 10-14
    • [A Reply to Ch. Ross]
      XIV, 35-9
    • [On the "Ageev Affair"],
      XV, 15-16
    • For Mother's Funeral
      XXVI, i-v
    • History-to-Be: The Tale of the Nabokov Archive
      XXIX, 9-16
    • [Abstract of the speech at the Nabokov Conference in Nice]
      XXIX, 22
  • Nabokov, Véra E.
    • New Items - passim
    • COF
      I, 18-32 (17 items)
    • [Comment on Connolly's note in XI]
      XII, 12-13
    • [A note on a cipher in Pale Fire]
      XIII, 28
    • Letter, with Dmitri Nabokov, to the editor of The New Review (New York)
      XXII, 7 <see reaction in XXIII, 9>
  • Naumann, Marina Turkevich
    • Vladimir Vladimirovich in Berlin <abs>
      XIII, 40-1
    • Novel Cat Connections
      XXII, 18-20
  • Nicol, Charles, The "Annotations and Queries" Editor since No.II
    • The Mysterious Dozen Revisited
      II, 23-4
    • The Cantrip Review
      II, 24-5
    • Flaubert's Understudy, V, 27-8
    • "Who Wrote This Book?" <abs>
      XI, 37-8
    • Abraham Milton
      XI, 47-8 [with Chironna ]
    • Didacticism in Mary and Glory <abs>
      XIII, 18-19
    • A False Misprint in Pale Fire
      XX, 22-3
    • Dating Problems in "The Circle"
      XXII, 18-20
    • The Gift and Related Works <abs>
      XXII, 47-8
    • Did Luzhin Have Chess Fever?
      XXVII, 40-2
    • Early Buchan, Late Nabokov
      XXVII, 42-4
  • O'Hara, J.D.
    • An Inquiry [about Pale Fire]
      II, 25
    • The Tamara Theme
      VI, 15-17
  • Olson, Karin Barbara Ingeborg
    • More "There" Than "Here": The Special Space and Time of Nabokov's Fiction <abs>
      XXVI 63-4
  • Paine, Sylvia Jean
    • Sense and Transcendence: The Art of Anais Nin, VN, and Samuel Beckett <abs>
      V, 15-16
  • Papapulo, Alexander (see Barabtarlo)
  • Parker, Stephen Jan, Editor
    • Work in Progress, New Items, Bibliographic Updates - passim
    • Some N's Holdings in the Library of Congress
      III, 16
    • Professor Nabokov: A Review Essay, VIII, 38-45
    • Michael Juliar's VN: A Descriptive Bibliography
      XVII, 18-20
    • N. in the USSR:
      XIX, 39-45; XXII, 26-9; XXIII, 21-3
    • Moscow/Leningrad Host the First International Nabokov Conference
      XXV, 12-21
    • Nabokov in Nice: The Second International Nabokov Conference
      XXIX, 17-18
    • Nabokov's Montreux Books: Part II <abs>
      XXIX, 26
  • Peterson, Dale E.
    • N. and the Poe-etics of Composition <abs>
      XVI, 17-20
  • Peterson, Ronald E.
    • Time in The Gift
      IX, 36-40
    • Zemblan: N's Phony Scandinavian Language
      XII, 29-37
    • Fictional Elements in N's Introductory Remarks <abs>
      XII, 53-4
  • Pifer, Ellen
    • Consciousness and Real Life in King, Queen, Knave <abs>
      II, 18-19
    • The 1979 N. Session
      IV, 12-13
    • N's The Gift : The Art of Exile <abs>
      VI, 18-20
    • Wrestling with Doubles in N's Novels: Despair, Lolita, and Pale Fire <abs>
      VI, 37-40
    • Innocence and Experience Replayed: From Speak Memory to Ada <abs>
      XXIX, 19-20
  • Pultorak, Jake
    • Goethe in Humberland
      XXX, 49-53
  • Quin, J.D.
    • Nabokov's Cardiology
      XXVI, 40-4
    • Nabokov's Neurology <abs>
      , XXIX, 26
  • Raguet-Bouvart, Christine
    • Textual Regeneration and the Author's Progress <abs>
      XXIX, 25
  • Rampton, David
    • The Last Word in Nabokov Criticism <abs>
      XXIX, 28-9
  • Rasch, William
    • The Real Life of Conrad Brenner
      XXIV, 33-6
  • Rea, John A.
    • Elphinstone
      III, 29
  • Renaker, David
    • Kinbote on Prescott
      XXVIII, 47-51
  • Rivers, J.E. and William Walker
    • Notes to Vivian Darkbloom's "Notes to Ada"
      III, 34-40
    • Ada's "Dream-Delta": A Query, III, 41
  • Roberts, Seth
    • The Birth of Art
      XX, 19-20
  • Rollins, Jack D.
    • A Note on the Arabic Etymology of Nabokov
      VI, 27-8
  • Rosengrant, Judson R.
    • N's Autobiography: Some Questions of Translation and Style <abs>
      VI, 34-6
    • N's Autobiography: Problems of Translation and Style <abs>
      XII, 55-6
  • Ross, Charles Stanley
    • N. in Italian: Transparent Things
      XIV, 33-5
  • Ross, Diane M.
    • Lo. Lee. Ta
      III, 27-8
  • Roth, Phyllis A.
    • The 1978 N. MLA Session
      II, 9-10
  • Roth-Souton, Daniele (see Souton)
  • Rowe, W.W.
    • A Note on N's Unity
      XIII, 33-5
  • Ruch, Jr., Edward Delafield
    • Techniques of Self-Reference in Selected Novels by Beckett, N., Vonnegut, and Barth <abs>
      V, 17-18
  • Ryley, Robert M.
    • Will Brown, Dolores, Colo.
      III, 30
  • Scholes, Robert
    • Twins: Ernest and Vladimir, or Three Bathing Suits on a Line <abs>
      XXIX, 21
  • Schuman, Samuel
    • Whatever Happened to Humbert: The Transformation of Lolita from Novel to Screenplay <abs>
      II, 20-2
    • The 1980 N. Society Meeting
      VI, 13-14
    • Another "Nova Zembla"
      VI, 30-1
    • The 1981 N. Society Meeting
      VIII, 11-12
    • The 1982 N. Society Meeting
      X, 16-17
    • Laughter in the Dark and Othello
      XX, 17-18
  • Shapiro, Gavriel
    • Vladimir Nabokov and Dr Sineokov
      XV, 20-2
    • Nova Zembla Revisited Once Again
      XXVI, 49-51
    • Anagrams in Lolita
      XXVII, 34-7
    • This "Burly Krestovski", XXVIII, 53-6
    • Two Notes on Pnin
      XXIX, 35-8
    • The Salome Motif in Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading <abs>
      XXX, 61
    • On Nabokov's Pen Name Sirin <abs>
      XXX, 62
  • Shaw, Alan J.
    • Nabokov-McCrystal
      XXIX, 44
  • Shikhovtsev, Evgenii B.
    • [A note on references to VN in the USSR]
      XIX, 10-11
    • [A note on "Zembla"]
      XIX, 54-6 [with Barabtarlo]
    • VVN in the USSR: A Bibliography of Sources [with Artemenko-Tolstaia]
      • 1922-1975, XXIII, 40-54
      • 1976-1981, XXIV, 52-64
      • 1982-1985, XXV, 26-36
  • Shipe, Timothy
    • N's Metanovel <abs>
      VI, 24-6
    • Life/Story: Autobiographical Modes in the Fiction of N., Barth, and Frisch <abs>
      VI, 41-3
  • Sikorski, Elena V.
    • Uncle Ruka's Romance
      XII, 16-18
  • Sisson, Jonathan Borden
    • Cosmic Synchronization and Other Worlds in the Work of VN <abs>
      VII, 35-7
  • Souton, Daniele
    • VN's Machineries. The Dynamic Interplay of Discourse and Story in Three of His Novels <abs>
      XIX, 59-60
  • Stanley, Donald Hutton
    • The Self-Conscious Narrator in Donald Barthelme and VN <abs>
      V, 12-14
  • Struve, Gleb P.
    • COF
      IV, 39-46 [3 items]
  • Stuart, Mary
    • [N. Bibliography Update]
      III, 42-8
    • COF
      IV, 39-46 [9 items]
  • Sweeney, S.E.
    • Io's Metamorphosis: A Classical Subtext for Lolita <abs>
      XIV, 44-7
    • Nymphet-Singing in Singleton
      XV, 17-18
    • [A note on Miss Sarton's Cat]
      XVI, 14-15
    • Nabokov's Borrowed Trampoline
      XXV, 40-1
    • Another Bounce on Nabokov's Trampoline
      XXVI, 51
    • Re-inventing Nabokov: A Critique of the Feminist Critique in Roberta Smoodin's Inventing Ivanov <abs>
      XXVIII, 75-7
    • Nabokov's Game of Selves: Fictive Autobiography and Biographical Fiction <abs>
      XXIX, 24
    • Postscript to a Purloined Letter
      XXIX, 38-41
  • Tammi, Pekka
    • Some Remarks on Flaubert and Ada
      VII, 19-21
    • N's Symbolic Cards and Pushkin's "The Queen of Spades", XIII, 31-2
    • A Nosological Note on The Eye
      XVII, 45-7
    • Three Double-Bottomed Allusions in Pale Fire, Ada, Priglashenie na kazn'
      XXIII, 24-8
    • The Three Springs/Fountains
      XXIV, 36-9
    • The True Batch Outboys the Riot
      XXIV, 39-42
    • On Notaries and Doctors (Glory and Gumilev)
      XXVIII, 51-53
    • The St. Petersburg Text and Its Nabokovian Texture <abs>
      XXIX, 27
  • Toker, Leona
  • Urban, Thomas
    • [References to N. in the USSR]
      XVII, 6-8
  • Voss, Manfred
    • How Not to Read Zemblan, XXV
      41-7 (a reply follows, 48-9)
    • How Not to Read Zemblan -- Again
      XXVI, 51-2
  • Vries, Gerard de
    • Pnin : Mirrors and Doubles
      XVIII, 54-8
    • Squirrels
      XIX, 56-8
    • Shoes
      XXIV, 42-5
    • Pale Fire and the Life of Johnson: The Case of Hodge and Mystery Lodge
      XXVI, 44-9
  • Walker, William (see Rivers )
  • Walton, Jean
    • Kinbote's transparent Closet in VN's Pale Fire <abs>
      XXVIII, 77-9
  • Warner, Nicholas
    • Footnote As Literary Genre: N's Commentaries on Lermontov and Pushkin <abs>
      XII, 51-2
  • Wick, Janis G.
    • Eros and Thanatos in Three Works by Nabokov <abs>
      XXIX, 49-51
  • Wickliff, Gregory
    • The Politics of Perception: Vladimir Nabokov's Images of the 1940s <abs>
      XXX, 62-3
  • Winston, Diane Gail
    • VN: The Loving Imagination <abs>
      XIV, 59-60
  • Zimmer, Dieter E.
    • [On the Rowohlt collected works of Nabokov]
      XXVII, 10
    • The Banana Was a Pineapple
      XXVII, 37-8
    • The Germans at Vyra
      XXVII, 38-40


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