Vladimir Nabokov

NABOKV-L post 0024333, Thu, 13 Jun 2013 19:34:04 -0300

Re: Harlequin Jaloux
Carolyn Kunin: [to A.Sklyarenko] This is all very interesting but how is it possible that, as you write in your btw, that Sirin published Petersburg (or anything else for that matter) in 1913?

Jansy Mello: The chronologies and twists in LATH must open the way for this kind of envious invention for, as he himself admits it in his lectures on literature, for Nabokov Bely's St. Petersburg is "regarded as one of the four greatest masterpieces of twentieth century prose, after Ulysses and The Metamorphosis and before In Search of Lost Time " (wiki):

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