NABOKV-L post 0006898, Fri, 11 Oct 2002 10:12:42 -0700

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EDITOR'S NOTE. NABOKV-L thanks Beth Sween for this item. I hope may others
will follw her good example. The field of Nabokov studies has become far too
large and diverse for any one person to track -- especially
work-in-progress. Please keep NABOKV-L advised of your publications and
projects.
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From: "Susan Elizabeth Sweeney" <ssweeney@holycross.edu>
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Sent: Friday, October 11, 2002 5:27 AM
Subject: New items for Nabokov bibliography


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> Carolyn Kunin's and Mary Bellino's reports of references to VN in works on
the ballet and the commedia dell'arte made me take to heart Don's recent
plea for announcements of publications on NABOKV-L, since two of my new
publications address these topics.
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> Accordingly, here are my publications on VN from the past year. I am now
completing another essay, entitled "Executing Sentences in Lolita and the
Law," which I began during an NEH faculty seminar last summer. It will
appear in a forthcoming issue of Studies in Law, Politics, and Society.
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> Susan Elizabeth Sweeney
> Associate Professor of English
> Holy Cross College
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> "The Enchanter and the Beauties of Sleeping." Nabokov at Cornell. Ed.
Gavriel Shapiro. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, forthcoming 2002 (in
press).
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> "'Ballet Attitudes': Nabokov's Lolita and Petipa's The Sleeping Beauty."
(Reprint of 1999 essay.) Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita: A Casebook. Ed. Ellen
Pifer. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2002 (in press).
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> "Looking at Harlequins: Nabokov, the World of Art, and the Ballets
Russes." Nabokov's World. Ed. Jane Grayson, Arnold McMillin, and Priscilla
Meyer. 2 vols. London: Palgrave (Studies in Russia and East Europe), 2002.
Volume 2 (Reading Nabokov): 73-95.
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> "The Vladimir Nabokov Society." Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook
2001. Detroit: Gale Group, 2002. 447-450.
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> "Fantasy, Folklore, and Finite Numbers in Nabokov's 'A Nursery Tale.'"
(Reprint of 1999 essay.) Twentieth Century Literary Criticism. Detroit:
Gale Research Company, 2001. Vol. 108: 205-15.
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