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  Volume 3, 1996

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. i-vi


pp. vii-ix


Nabokov's Poetics of Vision, or What Anna Karenina is Doing in Kamera obskura

pp. 1-12

Dickens in Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading: A Figure of Concealment

pp. 13-32

"People of the Moonlight": Silver Age Parodies in Nabokov's The Eye and The Gift

pp. 33-52

Timofey Pnin, Vladimir Nabokov, and Marc Szeftel

pp. 53-75

Many a Pleasant Tussle: Edmund Wilson and the Nabokovian Aesthetic

pp. 77-87

Visions of a "Perfect Past": Nabokov, Autobiography, Biography, and Fiction

pp. 89-100

The Salome Motif in Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading

pp. 101-122

Nabokov as Lepidopterist: An Informed Appraisal

pp. 123-144


Reflections on Modernism: Lolita and Political Engagement, or How the Left and the Right Both Have It Wrong

pp. 145-150

Review Essay

Nabokov, ou le vrai et l'invraisemblable

pp. 151-210


The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (review)

pp. 211-215

The Magician's Doubts (review)

pp. 215-222

Nabokovs Version von Puškins "Evgenij Onegin." Zwischen Version und Fiktion: Eine übersetzungs- und fiktionstheoretische Untersuchung (review)

pp. 222-225

"Anti-Bakhtin": luchshaia kniga o Vladimire Nabokove (review)

pp. 225-226

Madness, Death and Disease in the Fiction of Vladimir Nabokov (review)

pp. 227-229

Der Tod im Werk Vladimir Nabokovs: Terra Incognita. [Death in Vladimir Nabokov's Œuvre: Terra Incognita.] (review)

pp. 229-233



pp. 234-239

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