Bibliographic entries by year: 2022

This is a list of Bibliography Items for the selected year (21 in total).
  • Alexander-Rose, Anoushka, "Plainspoken about Jew and Gentile": Vladimir Nabokov, the legacy of Russian liberalism, and the Jewish question, v. 23, no. 4, Jewish Culture and History, 2022, details
  • Bronowski, Ada, On the Fear of the Void and Killing Babies in Pascal, Nabokov, and Game of Thrones, v. 5, no. 1, Open Philosophy, 2022, details
  • Couturier, Maurice, Down the Line with a Smile: Shadowing Nabokov, 2022, Editions Orizons, details
  • Eklund, Erik, "Look at this tangle of thorns": Lying with Lolita, Transpositions, 2022, details
  • Eklund, Erik, "The Name of God has priority": "God" and the Apophatic Element in Vladimir Nabokov’s Pale Fire, v. 36, no. 3, Literature and Theology, 2022, details
  • Eklund, Erik, Do Not Be Angry at the Moon: Pale Fire and the Old English Boethius, no. 83, The Nabokovian, 2022, details
  • Gershkovich, Tatyana, Art in Doubt: Tolstoy, Nabokov, and the Problem of Other Minds, 2022, Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, details
  • Hamrit, Jacqueline, Deconstructing Lolita, 2022, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, details
  • Hetényi, Zsuzsa, Sdvigi: Uzory prozy Nabokova, 2022, St. Petersburg: Academic Studies Press, details
  • Kotin, Andrey, Vladimir Nabokovs Eigenwelt. Deutsche Bezugspunkte einer russischen Künstlerexistenz, 2022, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht unipress, details
  • Loison-Charles, Julie, Vladimir Nabokov as an Author-Translator, 2022, Bloomsbury Academic, details
  • Mines, Benjamin, "Terra Incognita": Returning from the Undiscovered Country, no. 82, The Nabokovian, 2022, details
  • Parker, Luke, Nabokov Noir: Cinematic Culture and the Art of Exile, 2022, Cornell University Press, details
  • Pritchard, Will, Dark Words: Blackness in Pale Fire, v. 68, no. 3, Modern Fiction Studies, 2022, details
  • Ross, Mary, The Proffered Tangerine - Dysfunctional Families in Nabokov's Pale Fire and Salinger's Franny and Zooey, no. 82, The Nabokovian, 2022, details
  • Roth, Matthew, "Together unto the Tomb": Orphic Undercurrents in "The Return of Chorb", no. 83, The Nabokovian, 2022, details
  • Shapiro, Gavriel, Gogol's tale "Nevsky Prospekt" and Nabokov's essay "Cambridge", no. 82, The Nabokovian, 2022, details
  • Shapiro, Gavriel, The "Luinesque Eye" Revisited, no. 83, The Nabokovian, 2022, details
  • Sylbert, Jonathan, When did Harold Haze die?, no. 83, The Nabokovian, 2022, details
  • Toker, Leona, Success is a Private Matter: Nabokov’s Christmas Stories, Neophilologus, 2022, details
  • Vernon, David, Ada to Zembla: The Novels of Vladimir Nabokov, 2022, Edinburgh: Endellion Press, details