Re: Nabokov libraries
What can one do to assist this project of putting a catalogue VN and VDN libraries on line? Where are the libraries located?
Date: Mon, 17 Nov 2008 10:59:20 +1300From: b.boyd@AUCKLAND.AC.NZSubject: Re: [NABOKV-L] Nabokov librariesTo: NABOKV-L@LISTSERV.UCSB.EDU
Claudio Soares, a Brazilian novelist and the organizer of a blog on Joaquim Machado de Assis, a 19C Brazilian pre-Nabokov, has drawn my attention to this article on Pontlolit, an online magazine he edits;
It would be wonderful to have VN's and VDN's libraries available online. We did try to start a related project, on What Nabokov Read, which Michael Juliar invested a considerable amount of time on developing software for several years ago, only for the project to come to nothing. (Perhaps someone needs to do THAT prject as a book.) VN's own library, after he left Russia, was never large; most of the books he had read he stored only in his head. VDN's library does have two printed catalogues, 1904 and 1911 and he would undoubtedly have kept acquiring books until 1917.
Search the archive
Contact the Editors
Visit "Nabokov Online Journal"
View Nabokv-L Policies
Manage subscription options
All private editorial communications, without exception, are read by both co-editors.
Get more done, have more fun, and stay more connected with Windows Mobile®.
Search archive with Google:
Contact the Editors: mailto:email@example.com,firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit Zembla: http://www.libraries.psu.edu/nabokov/zembla.htm
View Nabokv-L policies: http://web.utk.edu/~sblackwe/EDNote.htm
Visit "Nabokov Online Journal:" http://www.nabokovonline.com
Manage subscription options: http://listserv.ucsb.edu/