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Nabokov Studies, 1 (1994), 114. J.B. Sisson (Edina, MN, U.S.A.) NABOKOV IN MINNESOTA August 1942 After the movie he walked back against the cold November wind. A lightning bolt out of the black blasted through him, a white knight pinned, struck with the farce of a concussion: an urge to write again in Russian there in that distant northern stateimpossible , tormented fate. All English was illusion still. He lost his lecture, unlike Pnin. Without lip-syncing like Van Veen, he stifled silence by sheer will and stammered like a king stark mad, while Stalin circled Stalingrad. ...


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