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Reprinted as "Ada, or Amplitude," ch. 16 in Brian Boyd, Nabokov's Ada: The Place of Consciousness, 2nd. ed, 2001.
An attempt to emphasize, given the context of Garland Companion, the compendiousness of Ada. Following the brief for the volume, the essay begins by looking at Ada's reception, then considers obstacles the novel posses to the success many fervent readers think it deserves, before focusing on Ada's multifaceted fullness.