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From: jansymello
To: Stephen Blackwell
Sent: Sunday, August 09, 2009 2:21 PM
Subject: Fw: [NABOKOV-L] [Sighting] Cambridge University Press, 2008

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From: jansymello
To: Vladimir Nabokov Forum
Sent: Saturday, August 08, 2009 12:27 PM
Subject: [NABOKOV-L] [Sighting] Cambridge University Press, 2008


In "The Cambridge Introduction to Russian Literature", by Caryl Emerson, I finally found a clarification for the absence of Vladimir Nabokov in the Russian anthologies I had a chance to lay my hands on.

In his introduction Emerson wrote: "For reasons of space, the Russian emigré community is excluded from this book (together with the Russian aristocratic and very Russian genius of Vladimir Nabokov, who has stimulated a Russo-American industry of his own).

There are four other entries about Nabokov, related to VN's words about Pushkin and Gogol, an also concerning "...forbidden or bowdlerized works from the world marked (the Marquis de Sade, Nabokov, sex manuals), and warehouses of films never cleared for release..."

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