1. “A Variety of Forms”: Reading Bodies in Nabokov
  2. Chloë Kitzinger
  3. pp. 1-30
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  1. Taking Room and Giving Room: Displacement, Generous Spaces, and Impossibility of Existence in Nabokov’s “Cloud, Castle, Lake”
  2. Sabine Metzger
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  1. Lolita reading Lolita: Rhetoric of Reader Participation
  2. Kate Kokinova
  3. pp. 59-77
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  1. Can You Hear Me Now?: Monologue, Dialogue, and the Other Voices in Lolita’s Sexual History
  2. Eric Goldman
  3. pp. 79-110
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  1. On a Translation Entitled Lolita
  2. Didier Maleuvre
  3. pp. 111-128
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  1. Finding the Beauty in the “butcher’s carcasses”: Vladimir Nabokov’s Sense of Memory
  2. Alessandra Tedesco
  3. pp. 131-150
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  1. Vladimir Nabokov’s Translations
  2. Sven Spieker
  3. pp. 151-156
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  1. Mimicry in Lolita
  2. Jeffrey Meyers
  3. pp. 159-166
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  1. Dying is Fun. Writing is Hard
  2. Jack Livings
  3. pp. 167-173
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  1. Letters to Véra ed. by Vladimir Nabokov (review)
  2. Thomas Karshan
  3. pp. 175-185
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  1. From the editor
  2. Zoran Kuzmanovich
  3. pp. v-vi
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. vii-ix
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