NABOKV-L post 0015483, Wed, 19 Sep 2007 14:46:35 -0400

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Re: THOUGHTS: Versipellis in Despair
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Dear Matt, Carolyn et al.,

Carolyn of course meant "one of Aqua's hallucinations."
As to versipels, and other man-animals, it seems to me that Matt Roth
will read with interest my article "ADA as Nabokov's Anti-Utopia Set on
Antiterra" soon to appear in Zembla. I mention Freudian Wolfsmann in
another paper, "ADA as a Mystical Novel," for which I didn't find a
publisher yet. Also, I may speak of the Russian phrase volchiy bilet
(literally: "lupine ticket" but meaning "passport with note of political
unreliability of holder") in one of my future essays on ADA.

Alexey Sklyarenko

PS:
Yes, the original Russian passage reads as its English translation.

Alexey

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