Vladimir Nabokov

Bibliographic entries by author: Eklund, Erik

This is a list of Bibliography Items for the selected author (15 in total).
  • Eklund, Erik, "A Green lane in Paradise": Eschatology and Theurgy in Lolita, v. 17, Nabokov Studies, 2020/21, details
  • Eklund, Erik, "Look at this tangle of thorns": Lying with Lolita, Transpositions, 2022, details
  • Eklund, Erik, "The Gods are Here, Invisible, Mischievous, Meddling": Vladimir Nabokov and the Presence of God in John 19, Transpositions, 2018, details
  • Eklund, Erik, "The Name of God has priority": "God" and the Apophatic Element in Vladimir Nabokov’s Pale Fire, v. 36, no. 3, Literature and Theology, 2022, details
  • Eklund, Erik, Do Not Be Angry at the Moon: Pale Fire and the Old English Boethius, no. 83, The Nabokovian, 2022, details
  • Eklund, Erik, Haloed Hallucinations: Vladimir Nabokov’s Bend Sinister and the Cult of St. Antony from Athanasius to Gustave Flaubert, v. 27, no. 3, Religion and the Arts, 2023, details
  • Eklund, Erik, In the Mirror of an Esoteric Saint: Towards a Poetic Trinitarian Ontology of Non-Identical Repetition after Vladimir Nabokov’s Pale Fire, Milbank, John, Ryan Haecker, and Jonathan Lyonhart, eds., New Trinitarian Ontologies, Forthcoming, Eugene: Wipf and Stock, details
  • Eklund, Erik, Jeffrey Epstein's Lolita?, Church Life Journal, 2019, details
  • Eklund, Erik, Rereading the World: A Theological Appraisal of Vladimir Nabokov’s Metaliterary Eschatology, v. 57, no. 1, Religion & Literature, 2025 (forthcoming), details
  • Eklund, Erik, Review of Nabokov and the Real World: Between Appreciation and Defense by Robert Alter, v. 15, Nabokov Online Journal, 2021, details
  • Eklund, Erik, Review of Vladimir Nabokov and the Art of Moral Acts by Dana Dragunoiu, v. 18, Nabokov Studies, 2022/2023, details
  • Eklund, Erik, The Gist of Masks: Notes on Kinbote’s Christianity and Nabokov’s Authorial Kenosis, v. 15, Nabokov Online Journal, 2021, details
  • Eklund, Erik, The Mirror and the Icon: An Alternative Reading of Nabokov’s Pale Fire, v. 22, no. 1, Partial Answers, 2024, details
  • Eklund, Erik, The Passion of Meaning: Banville’s Gods and Nabokov’s "Signs and Symbols", v. 8, The Noesis Review, 2021, details
  • Eklund, Erik, Why Poetry Is Meaningful to Us: Vladimir Nabokov and the Theology of Poetry, v. 2, Trinity House Review, 2021, details