Bibliographic entries by publisher: Cambridge University Press

This is a list of Bibliography Items for the selected publisher (41 in total).
  • Barabtarlo, Gennady, Nabokov's Trinity: On the Movement of a Nabokov Theme, Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives, 1999, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Barabtarlo, Gennady, Within and Without Cincinnatus' Cell: Reference Gauges in Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading, v. 49, no. 3, The Slavic Review, Fall 1990, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Bethea, David M. and Frank, Siggy, eds., Vladimir Nabokiv in Context, Bethea, David M. and Frank, Siggy, eds., 2018, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Blackwell, Stephen H., Boundaries of Art: Reading as Transcendence in Nabokov’s The Gift, The Slavic Review, v. 58, no. 3, Autumn 1999, Cambridge 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, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Boyd, Brian, Nabokov as storyteller, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Boyd, Brian, Nabokov: A Life in Contexts: II: Beyond the Emigration, Bethea, David M. and Frank, Siggy, eds., Vladimir Nabokov in Context, 2018, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Bozovic, Marijeta, Nabokov’s Visual Imagination, Bethea, David M. and Frank, Siggy, eds., Vladimir Nabokov in Context, 2018, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Brown, Edward J., Nabokov and Pushkin (With Comments on New Translations of Eugene Onegin), v. 24, no. 4, The Slavic Review, 1965, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Introduction: The Many Faces Of Vladimir Nabokov, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Nabokov's (re)visions of Dostoevsky, Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and his Fiction: New Perspectives, 1999, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., Nabokov's Early Fiction: Patterns of Self and Other, Cambridge Studies in Russian Literature, 1993, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., The major Russian novels, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives, Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives, 1999, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, Connolly, Julian W., ed., 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Cornwell, Neil, From Sirin to Nabokov: the transition to English, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Diment, Galya, 'The gift of imagining facts': Vladimir Nabokov and the art of autobiography, Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives, 1999, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Diment, Galya, Nabokov's biographical impulse: art of writing lives, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Dolinin, Alexander, Clio laughs last: Nabokov's answer to historicism, Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives, 1999, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Dolinin, Alexander, Nabokov as a Russian writer, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Dragunoiu, Dana, Liberalism, Bethea, David M. and Frank, Siggy, eds., Vladimir Nabokov in Context, 2018, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Foster, John Burt, Jr., Nabokov and modernism, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Frank, Siggy, Nabokov's Theatrical Imagination, 2012, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Gove, Antonina Filonov, Multilingualism and Ranges of Tone in Nabokov's Bend Sinister, v. 32, no. 1, Slavic Review, 1973, Cambridge University Press, 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's Solus Rex and the 'Ultima Thule' Theme, v. 40, no. 4, Slavic Review, 1981, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Kuzmanovich, Zoran, Strong Opinions and Nerve Points: Nabokov’s Life in Art, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Meyer, Priscilla, Nabokov's Short Fiction, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Nesbet, Anne, Suicide as Literary Fact in the 1920s, v. 50, no. 4, Slavic Review, 1991, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Pifer, Ellen, The Lolita Phenomenon from Paris to Tehran, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Proffer, Carl R., From Otchaianie to Despair, v. 27, no. 2, Slavic Review, 1968, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Rampton, David, Vladimir Nabokov: A Critical Study of the Novels, 1984, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Rorty, Richard, The barber of Kasbeam: Nabokov on cruelty, Rorty, Richard, Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity, 1989, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Scherr, Barry P., Nabokov as Poet, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Shapiro, Gavriel, Setting His Myriad Faces in His Text: Nabokov's Authorial Presence Revisited, Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives, 1999, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Shrayer, Maxim D., Jewish Questions in Nabokov's Art and Life, Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives, 1999, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Berlin, Bethea, David M. and Frank, Siggy, eds., Vladimir Nabokov in Context, 2018, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Sweeney, Susan Elizabeth, "By some sleight of land": How Nabokov rewrote America, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Toker, Leona, "The Dead Are Good Mixers": Nabokov's Version of Individualism, Connolly, Julian W., ed., Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives, 1999, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Toker, Leona, Nabokov’s Worldview, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details
  • Wood, Michael, Nabokov's late fiction, Connolly, Julian W., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov, 2005, Cambridge University Press, details