NABOKV-L post 0000182, Thu, 13 Jan 1994 16:28:40 -0800

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mr. martin amis (fwd)
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To give one advance answer to the following: Probably the best easy guide
to VN's casual reading is to be found in the Nabokov-Wilson Letters.
Editor



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Date: Thu, 13 Jan 94 16:48:10 CST
From: JWBENKO <JWBENKO@MUSIC.LOYNO.EDU>
To: nabokv-l@ucsbvm.bitnet
Subject: mr. martin amis


I'm new to the list and was wondering if there had been a string of
discussions about martin amis and nabokov. Both of them are my favorite
authors and I think there are some similarities between the two.

As long as people are suggesting books, i think amis' _time's arrow_ is
definitely worth the time spent reading it.

also, for an undergrad doing an independent study on Nabokov (that would
be me) -- what books did nabokov himself like to read? Just a question.
Thanks in advance.


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