NABOKV-L post 0015614, Sun, 28 Oct 2007 23:19:46 -0400

SIGHTING: A painting of an androgynous Nabokov . . .
[EDNOTE. Sandy Klein sends a link to another review of Maira Kalman's "illustrated memoir," The Principles of Uncertainty, which pinpoints its reference to VN. -- SES]

[. . .] But Proust is not the only literary figure who turns up in Kalman's text. She also writes about Tolstoy, Dostoevsky and Kafka; visits a friend named Molly Bloom; calls her daughter Milton, and draws a painting of an androgynous Nabokov, wearing what appears to be lipstick and women's shoes, while reading a book on the science of butterflies and moths. [. . .]

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