has Nabokov created a narrator/double before?
On Dec 3, 2007, at 9:41 AM, Matthew Roth wrote:
> Nabokov is not so limited that he couldn't do something new.
Of course, Matt, you are right. But in fact Nabokov has done
something very similar (Shade is to Kinbote as Jekyl is to Hyde)
before. I think our previous Ed., Don Johnson, put me onto the story.
I'm ashamed to say I cannot now think of what it was, but it took
place in Berlin. Don?
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