Bibliographic entries by publisher: PhD diss., University of California

This is a list of Bibliography Items for the selected publisher (14 in total).
  • Bader, Julia, Shades of Pattern: A Study of Vladimir Nabokov, 1971, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Boegeman, Margaret Byrd, Paradox Gained: Kafka's Reception in English from 1930 to 1949 and His Influence on the Early Fiction of Borges, Beckett and Nabokov, 1977, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Clej, Alina Marina, Fables of Transgression; Confession as Anti-Confession in the Works of De Quincey, Baudelaire, and Nabokov, 1986, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • De Jong, John Martin, The Persevering Eye: The Reader and Vladimir Nabokov, 1994, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Henry, Brian Keith, Aesthetic disruptions: Crises of the Artist in Poe, James and Nabokov, 2002, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Kennedy, Colleen Stephanie, Footnotes and Prefaces: Ruses of Authority in the Postmodern Fiction of Vladimir Nabokov and John Barth, 1986, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Kopper, John Matthias, Jr., Family Resemblances (Franz Kafka, Czechoslovakia, Vladimir Nabokov, Andrey Bely, Russia, Metaphor), 1985, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Miura, Shoko Yoshimoto, The Trickster Archetype: His Function in Contemporary Fiction, 1982, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Nester, Robbi L. Kellman, Doubling and Discovery: Vladimir Nabokov's Literary Games, 1993, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Pifer, Ellen, "No Frivolous Firebird": Character, Reality, Morality in Nabokov's Fiction, 1976, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Rensch, Jeffrey Powell, Involute Abodes: Five American Novels of Vladimir Nabokov, 1982, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Shute, Jenefer P., Nabokov and Freud: The Play of Power, 1983, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Shvabrin, Stanislav, Vladimir Nabokov as Translator: The Multilingual Works of the Russian Period, 2007, PhD diss., University of California, details
  • Smith, Irena Auerbach, The Question of Their Speech: Plotting Exile in the Life and Work of Henry James and Vladimir Nabokov, 1995, PhD diss., University of California, details