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[NABOKOV-L] Pursuing a blogger's link towards BBC Interviews
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I reached this through the first posting on Nabokov and Dostoevski. For those who don't explore the links, here it is ( I don't know if it has been posted already, at least in this formatting)


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Vladimir Nabokov 1899 - 1977

Review
4 October 1969 BBC 2
Vladimir Nabokov talks to James Mossman about

his view of other writers and the difference between genius and talent 3 min 13


how he reacts to criticism or speculation about his private life 1 min 0


the abrupt loss of childhood and his view of contemporary Russia 2 min 23




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Vladimir Nabokov
Russian-born novelist and critic
Consummate stylist and playful investigator into the nature of art, Vladimir Nabokov is best-known for his controversial novel Lolita.

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A Special Lolita on BBC Radio 4






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