Bibliographic entries by author: Blackwell, Stephen H.

This is a list of Bibliography Items for the selected author (30 in total).
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Fated Freedoms: Textual Form and Metaphysical Texture in Nabokov, v. 4, Nabokov Studies, 1997, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Lolita's Ape, Caged at Last!, no. 67, The Nabokovian, Fall 2011, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., A Flurry of Words about One Small Dot in The Gift, no. 78, The Nabokovian, 2019, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., A New or Little-Known Subtext in Lolita, no. 60, The Nabokovian, Spring 2008, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Anna Karenina in The Gift, no. 49, The Nabokovian, Fall 2002, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Boundaries of Art: Reading as Transcendence in Nabokov’s The Gift, The Slavic Review, v. 58, no. 3, Autumn 1999, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Calendar Anomalies, Pushkin and Aesthetic Love in Nabokov, v. 96, no. 3, The Slavonic and East European Review, 2018, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Colloquy on Browning's Door, no. 34, The Nabokovian, Spring 1995, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Correction to 'Lolita’s Ape: Caged at Last', no. 68, The Nabokovian, 2012, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Dostoevskian problems in Nabokov's poetics, Bartle, John, Finke, Michael C. and Liapunov, Vadim, eds., v. 18, Indiana Slavic Studies: From Petersburg to Bloomington: Studies Presented in Honor of Nina Perlina, 2012, Bloomington, Indiana: Slavica Publishers, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Fugitive Sense in Nabokov, Norman, Will and Duncan White, eds., Transitional Nabokov, 2009, Peter Lang: Bern, Oxford and New York, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Nabokov and the Anti-Apophatic Novel, Blackwell, Stephen H., et al, Indiana Slavic Studies, v. 11, In Other Words: In Honor of Vadim Liapunov, 2000, Indiana University Press, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Nabokov's Cryptic Triptych: Grief and Joy in "Sounds", "Circles" and "Lantern Slides", Księżopolska, Irena, and Mikołaj Wiśniewski, eds., Vladimir Nabokov and the Fictions of Memory, 2019, Warsaw: Fundacja Augusta hr. Cieszkowskiego, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Nabokov's The Gift: The Image of Reading in Artistic Creation, 1995, PhD diss., Indiana University, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Nabokov's Wiener-schnitzel Dreams: Despair and Anti-Freudian Poetics, v. 7, Nabokov Studies, 2002/03, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Nabokov, Mach, and Monism, Grayson, Jane, Arnold McMillin, and Priscilla Meyer, eds., v. 1, Nabokov's World: The Shape of Nabokov's World, 2002, New York: Palgrave, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Nabokov’s (Dostoevskian?) Loopholes, Numano, Mitsuyoshi and Tadashi Wakashima, eds., Revising Nabokov Revising: Proceedings of the International Nabokov Conference, 2010, Kyoto: Nabokov Society of Japan, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Nabokov’s Morphology: An Experiment in Appropriated Terminology, Blackwell, Stephen H. and Johnson, Kurt, eds., Fine Lines: Vladimir Nabokov’s Scientific Art, 2016, New Haven: Yale University Press, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Nabokov’s The Gift, Dostoevskii, and the Tradition of Narratorial Ambiguity, v. 76, no. 1, The Slavic Review, 2017, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Notes On a Famous First Line (‘Light of My Life’), no. 64, The Nabokovian, Spring 2010, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., On A. Dolinin’s Commentary to V. Nabokov’s Novel The Gift: A Review-Essay, v. 13, Nabokov Online Journal, 2019, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Reading and Rupture in Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading, v. 39, no. 1, The Slavic and East European Journal, 1995, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Reflections on (and of) Trees in Nabokov, Boyd, Brian and Marijeta Bozovic, eds., Nabokov Upside Down, 2017, Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Review of Gavriel Shapiro, Delicate Markers: Subtexts in Vladimir Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading, v. 6, Nabokov Studies, 2000/01, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Review of Yuri Leving, Vokzal—Garazh—Angar: Vladimir Nabokov i poetika russkogo urbanizma, v. 9, Nabokov Studies, 2005, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., The Poetics of Science in, and around, Nabokov’s The Gift, v. 62, no. 2, The Russian Review, 2003, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., The Quill and the Scalpel: Nabokov's Art and the Worlds of Science, 2009, Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio State University Press, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Three Notes on The Gift: An Intertext, a Revision, and a Puzzle Solved, no. 40, The Nabokovian, Spring 1998, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Toward a Theory of Negative Pattern in Nabokov, Shapiro, Gavriel, ed., Nabokov at Cornell, 2003, Cornell University Press, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Zina's Paradox: The Figured Reader in Nabokov's The Gift, v. 23, Middlebury Studies in Russian Language and Literature, 2000, New York: Peter Lang, details