Vladimir Nabokov

NABOKV-L post 0024982, Mon, 6 Jan 2014 17:34:14 -0500

Re: Google Alert - vladimir nabokov
My question would be: why would anyone throw away the definitive study of
the greatest English language prose writer of the 20th Century?

On Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 7:15 AM, Jansy Mello <jansy.nabokv-L@aetern.us>wrote:

> It started simply enough. Seems the East Hampton Library was throwing
> away copies of Brian Boyd’s two-volume Nabokov biography. Ms. Westerman ran
> across the wayward volumes on a trip to the library and brought them home
> to live with her [ ].
> “I’ve always loved him, but I started to think, ‘this is what I should be
> teaching. I really get it,’” she said in an interview with The Beacon on
> Saturday...
> Starting this Thursday, Ms. Westerman is embarking on a four-week long
> sleuthing expedition at the Amagansett Library to discover the inner
> workings of Nabokov’s 1962 novel “Pale Fire,” [ ]
> Ms. Westerman, who has taught memoir writing and done a similar workshop
> on “Lolita” at the East Hampton Library, is expecting some of her former
> students — visual artists, playwrights, music promoters and folks who
> refuse to read and just want to listen — to take part in the four-week
> session, which will meet Thursday nights from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Jan. 9 through
> 30.
> [ ]To register for the free series, call the Amagansett Library at
> 631.267.3810 [ ]
> Chasing Nabokov in Amagansett | East End Beacon<https://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.eastendbeacon.com/2014/01/05/chasing-nabokov-in-amagansett/&ct=ga&cd=MjE1MTczNTE0MDk0NzAyMTY0Ng&cad=CAEYAA&usg=AFQjCNF-z4AfoO6lVLBExHaYFV9U_kb1nw>
> Kara Westerman considers herself a *Vladimir Nabokov* stalker. Ms.
> Westerman, an East Hampton writer, memoir instructor and editor, has loved
> *...*
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