Bibliographic entries by year: 1979

This is a list of Bibliography Items for the selected year (32 in total).
  • Alter, Robert, Mimesis and the Motive for Fiction, Edelstein, Arthur, ed., Image and Ideas in American Culture, 1979, Hanover, New Haven: Brandeis University Press, details
  • Brückmann, Patricia, The Day After the Fourth, no. 3, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, 1979, details
  • Cancogni, Annapaola, The Mirage in the Mirror: Reflections in Nabokov's "Ada", 1979, PhD diss., Harvard University, details
  • Cortese, James, The Unseeing I: Narrative Masks in the Fiction of Vladimir Nabokov, 1979, PhD diss., University of Wisconsin, details
  • Couturier, Maurice, Nabokov, 1979, Lausanne: l'Age d'Homme, details
  • Couturier, Maurice, The Subject on Trial in Nabokov's Novels, Sienicka, Marta, ed., Proceedings of a Symposium on American Literature, 1979, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Siechnice, details
  • Gezari, Janet K. and Wimsatt, W. K., Vladimir Nabokov: More Chess Problems and the Novel, no. 58, Yale French Studies, 1979, details
  • Johnson, D. Barton, A Henry James Parody in Ada, no. 3, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, 1979, 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, The Index of Refraction in Nabokov's Pale Fire, v. 16, Russian Literature TriQuarterly, 1979, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Kopper, John M., The Prison in Nabokov's Priglasenie: A Place to Have the Time of one's Life, v. 33, no. 116, Russian Language Journal, 1979, details
  • Merrill, Robert, Nabokov and Fictional Artifice, v. 25, no. 3, Modern Fiction Studies, 1979, details
  • Mills, John, Games of Hide and Seek, v. 86, Queens Quarterly, 1979, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, details
  • Nicol, Charles, The Cantrip Review, no. 2, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, 1979, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Nicol, Charles, The Mysterious Dozen Revisited, no. 2, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, 1979, University of Kansas, International Vladimir Nabokov Society, details
  • Packman, David Barton, Structures of Desire: Vladimir Nabokov's "Lolita," "Pale Fire," and "Ada", 1979, PhD diss., New York University, details
  • Pifer, Ellen, Dark Paradise: Shades of Heaven and Hell in Ada, v. 25, no. 3, Modern Fiction Studies, 1979, details
  • Rea, John A., Elphinstone, no. 3, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, 1979, details
  • Rose-Werle, Kordula, Harlekinade, Genealogie und Metamorphose: Struktur und Deutung des Motivs bei J.D. Salinger und V. Nabokov, 1979, Frankfurt: Peter Lang, details
  • Ross, Diane M., Lo. Lee. Та., no. 3, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, 1979, details
  • Rowe, William Woodin, Nabokov and Others: Patterns in Russian Literature, 1979, Ann Arbor, Michigan: Ardis, details
  • Ruch, Edward Delafield, Jr., Techniques of Self-reference in Selected Novels of Beckett, Nabokov, Vonnegut and Barth, 1979, PhD diss., Catholic University of America, details
  • Ryley, Robert M., Will Brown, Dolores, Colo., no. 3, The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, 1979, details
  • Schakovskoy, Zinaida, V poiskakh Nabokova, 1979, Paris: La Presse Libre, details
  • Schuman, Samuel, Criticism of Vladimir Nabokov: A Selected Checklist, v. 25, no. 3, Modern Fiction Studies, 1979, details
  • Schuman, Samuel, Vladimir Nabokov: A Reference Guide, 1979, Boston, MA: G.K. Hall, details
  • Scott, Charles T., Typography, Poems, and the Poetic Line, Jazayery, Mohammad Ali et al eds., v. 4, Linguistic and Literary Studies in Honor of Archibald A. Hill, 1979, Hague, Paris, New York: Mouton Publishers, details
  • Shapiro, Gavriel, Khristianskie motivy, ikh ikonografiia i simvolika v romane Vladimira Nabokova Priglashenie na kazn, v. 33, no. 116, Russian Language Journal, 1979, details
  • Sheidlower, David I., Reading Between the Lines and the Squares, v. 25, no. 3, Modern Fiction Studies, 1979, details
  • Sisson, Jonathan B., Cosmic Synchronization and Other Worlds in the Work of Vladimir Nabokov, 1979, PhD diss., University of Minnesota, details
  • Stanley, Donald Hutton, The Self-Conscious Narrator in Donald Barthelme and Vladimir Nabokov, 1979, PhD diss., University of British Columbia, details
  • Tekiner, Christina, Time in Lolita, v. 25, no. 3, Modern Fiction Studies, 1979, details