Bibliographic entries by year: 1978

This is a list of Bibliography Items for the selected year (17 in total).
  • Boyd, Brian, A Marsh Marigold is a Marsh Marigold is a Marsh Marigold, no. 1, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, 1978, details
  • Brown, Betsy Etheridge, Palliatives of Articulate Art: Narrators and Point of View in the English Novels of Vladimir Nabokov, 1978, PhD diss., Ohio State University, details
  • Brückmann, Patricia, Echoes of the Pram-Pusher's Knack: Some Facts in Nabokov's Self-Fiction, Bessai, Diane and Jackel, David, eds., Figures in a Ground: Canadian Essays on Modern Literature Collected in Honour of Sheila Watson, 1978, Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, details
  • Clifton, Gladys, The Fictional Texture of Three Novels of Vladimir Nabokov, 1978, PhD diss., University of Iowa, details
  • Couturier, Maurice, Nabokov's Performative Writing, Johnson, Ira D. and Johnson, Christiane, Les Américanistes: New French Criticism in Modern American Fiction, 1978, Kennikat Press, New York, details
  • Davydov, Sergey, The "Matreska-texts" of Vladimir Nabokov, 1978, PhD diss., Yale University, details
  • Fortier, Mardelle Eide, Memory and the Illusion of Time: Proust and Nabokov, 1978, PhD diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, details
  • Goodwin, Barbara, The Vertigo of Facts: Literary Accounts of a Philosophical Dilemma, v. 18, no. 3, British Journal of Aesthetics, 1978, 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
  • Maddox, Lucy Bowers, The Art of Commentary: Vladimir Nabokov's Novels in English, 1978, PhD diss., University of Virginia, details
  • Naumann, Marina Turkevich, Blue Evenings in Berlin: Nabokov's Short Stories of the 1920s, 1978, New York University Press, details
  • Naumann, Marina Turkevich, The Poetry of Nabokov's Prose: Mashenka Revisited, no. 13, Melbourne Slavonic Studies, 1978, University of Melbourne, details
  • Rosenblum, Michael, Finding What the Sailor Has Hidden: Narrative as Patternmaking in Transparent Things, v. 19, no. 2, Contemporary Literature, 1978, University of Wisconsin Press, details
  • Stonehill, Brian Allan, Art Displaying Art: Self-consciousness in Novels of Joyce, Nabokov, Gaddis, and Pynchon, 1978, PhD diss., University of Chicago, details
  • Stuart, Dabney, Nabokov: The Dimensions of Parody, 1978, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge and London, details
  • Wihl, Gary, Nabokov's Theory of Prosody, 1978, PhD diss., McGill University, details
  • Zimmermann, Linda Saputelli, The Russian Short Stories of Vladimir Nabokov: A Thematical and Structural Analysis, 1978, PhD diss., Harvard University, details