Bibliographic entries by author: Johnson, D. Barton

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  • Johnson, D. Barton, The Nabokov-Sartre Controversy, v. 1, Nabokov Studies, 1994, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Vladimir Nabokov and Captain Mayne Reid, v. 10, no. 1, Cycnos, 1993, Nice, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, 'Don't Touch My Circles': The Two Worlds of Nabokov's Bend Sinister, Couturier, Maurice, ed., no. 17, Delta, 1983, Montpellier, France, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, 'L'inconnue de la Seine' and Nabokov's Naiads, v. 44, no. 3, Comparative Literature, 1992, Duke University Press, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, 'Terror': Pre-Texts and Post-Texts, Nicol, Charles and Barabtarlo, Gennady, eds., A Small Alpine Form: Studies in Nabokov's Short Fiction, 1993, New York: Garland, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, A Field Guide to Nabokov’s Pale Fire: Waxwings and the Red Admiral, Bethea, David M., Fleishman, Lazar and Ospovat, Alexander, eds., v. 2, The Real Life of Pierre Delalande: Studies in Russian and Comparative Literature to Honor Alexander Dolinin, 2007, Stanford University: Stanford Slavic Studies, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, A Henry James Parody in Ada, no. 3, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, 1979, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, A Possible Anti-Source for Ada, or, Did Nabokov Read German Novels?, no. 7, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Fall 1981, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, A Shimmer of Exact Details: Ada's Art Gallery, Vries, Gerard de and Johnson, D. Barton, Nabokov and the Art of Painting, 2006, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Ada and Percy: Bereft Maidens and Dead Officers, no. 30, The Nabokovian, Spring 1993, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Ada's "Malbrough s'en va-t-en guerre", Zunshine, Lisa, ed., Nabokov at the Limits: Redrawing Critical Boundaries, 1999, New York: Garland, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Ada's Percy de Prey as the Marlborough Man, no. 27, The Nabokovian, Fall 1991, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Ada’s "Last Tango" in Dance, Song and Film, v. 24, no. 1, Cycnos, 2006, Nice, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Belyj & Nabokov: A Comparative Overview, v. 9, no. 4, Russian Literature, 1981, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Contrastive Phonoaesthetics, or, Why Nabokov Gave Up Translating Poetry as Poetry, Proffer, Carl R., ed., A Book of Things about Vladimir Nabokov, 1974, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Eyeing Nabokov's Eye, v. 19, no. 3, Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 1985, Vancouver, British Columbia, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Inverted Reality in Nabokov's Look at the Harlequins!, v. 8, no. 2, Studies in Twentieth Century Literature, 1984, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Lolita iz Limberlost? VN i Gene Stratton-Porter, Luksic, Irena, ed., v. 29, no. 106, Knjizneva Smotra (Book Survey: The Journal for World Literature), 1997, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Look at the Harlequins!, Alexandrov, Vladimir E., ed., The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov, 1995, New York: Garland, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Look at the Harlequins!: Dementia's Incestuous Children, Bloom, Harold, ed., Modern Critical Views: Vladimir Nabokov, 1987, New York: Chelsea House, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Nabokov and British Literature: Rupert Brooke and Walter de la Mare, v. 72, nos. 3-4, Revue des Études Slaves, 2000, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Nabokov and M. Ageyev's Novel with Cocaine, no. 15, The Nabokovian, Fall 1985, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Nabokov as a Man of Letters: The Alphabetic Motif in His Work, v. 25, no. 3, Modern Fiction Studies, 1979, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Nabokov i sezdesete [Nabokov and the 60s], v. 27, nos. 96-97, Knjizneva Smotra (Book Survey: The Journal for World Literature), 1995, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Nabokov Poetry in Occupied Russia: 1943, no. 32, The Nabokovian, Spring 1994, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Nabokov's Ada and Puskin's Eugene Onegin, v. 15, no. 3, The Slavic and East European Journal, 1971, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Nabokov's Aviary in Ada, Dingley, John and Ferder, Leon, eds., In the Realm of Slavic Philology: To Honor the Teaching and Scholarship of Dean S. Worth from His UCLA Students, 2000, Bloomington, Indiana: Slavica, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Nabokov's Golliwoggs: Lodi Reads English 1899-1909, Edmunds, Jeff, ed., Zembla, 1997, Penn State University, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Nabokov, Ayn Rand, and Russian-American Literature, or, the Odd Couple, v. 12, no. 2, Cycnos, 1995, Nice, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Pasternak's Zhivago and Nabokov's Lolita, no. 14, The Nabokovian, Spring 1985, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Preliminary Notes on Nabokov's Russian Poetry: A Chronological and Thematic Sketch, v. 24, Russian Literature TriQuarterly, 1991, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Review of Jane Grayson, Vladimir Nabokov, v. 9, Nabokov Studies, 2005, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Review of Nikolai A. Anastasiev, The Phenomenon of Nabokov, v. 1, Nabokov Studies, 1994, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Sasha Sokolov and Vladimir Nabokov, v. 41, nos. 138-139, Russian Language Journal, 1987, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Sources of Nabokov's Despair, Shapiro, Gavriel, ed., Nabokov at Cornell, 2003, Cornell University Press, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Spatial Modeling and Deixis: Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading, v. 3, no. 1, Poetics Today, 1982, Duke University Press, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Strange Bedfellows: Ayn Rand and Vladimir Nabokov, v. 2, no. 1, The Journal of Ayn Rand Studies, Fall 2000, Penn State University Press, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Synesthesia, Polychromatism, and Nabokov, Proffer, Carl R., ed., A Book of Things about Vladimir Nabokov, 1974, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Text and Pretext in Nabokov's The Defense or ‘Play It Again, Sasha', v. 30, no. 2, Modern Fiction Studies, 1984, Purdue University, Indiana, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, That Butterfly in Nabokov's Eye, v. 4, Nabokov Studies, 1997, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, The 'Yablochko' Chastushka in Bend Sinister, no. 9, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Fall 1982, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, The Alpha and Omega of Nabokov's Prison-House of Language: Alphabetic Iconicism in Invitation to a Beheading, v. 6, no. 4, Russian Literature, 1978, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, The Ambidextrous Universe of Nabokov's Look at the Harlequins!, Roth, Phyllis A., ed., Critical Essays on Vladimir Nabokov, 1984, Boston, MA: G.K. Hall, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, The Books Reflected in Nabokov's Eye, v. 29, no. 4, The Slavic and East European Journal, 1985, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, The Eye, Alexandrov, Vladimir E., ed., The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov, 1995, New York: Garland, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, The Index of Refraction in Nabokov's Pale Fire, v. 16, Russian Literature TriQuarterly, 1979, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, The Key to Nabokov's Gift, v. 16, no. 2, Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 1982, Vancouver, British Columbia, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, The Labyrinth of Incest in Nabokov's Ada, v. 38, no. 3, Comparative Literature, 1986, Duke University Press, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, The Latvian Nabokov: “Breiterstrater - Paolino” & “Tokalosh”, no. 34, The Nabokovian, 1995, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, The Scrabble Game in Ada or Taking Nabokov Clitorally, v. 9, no. 2, Journal of Modern Literature, May 1982, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Transparent Things, Alexandrov, Vladimir E., ed., The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov, 1995, New York: Garland, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Two Notes on Literary Allusions in The Eye, no. 17, The Nabokovian, 1986, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Vladimir Nabokov and Rupert Brooke, Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives, 1999, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Vladimir Nabokov and Sasha Sokolov, no. 15, The Nabokovian, Fall 1985, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Vladimir Nabokov and Walter de la Mare's Otherworld, Grayson, Jane, McMillin, Arnold and Meyer, Priscilla, eds., v. 1, Nabokov's World: The Shape of Nabokov's World, 2002, New York: Palgrave, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita and Gene Stratton-Porter's A Girl of the Limberlost, v. 35, no. 4, Russian Studies in Literature, Fall 1999, Taylor & Francis, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Vladimir Nabokov's Solus Rex and the 'Ultima Thule' Theme, v. 40, no. 4, Slavic Review, 1981, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Word Golf and Lewis Carroll's Doublets, no. 14, The Nabokovian, Spring 1985, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, Worlds in Regression: Some Novels of Vladimir Nabokov, 1985, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details