Vladimir Nabokov

NABOKV-L post 0023450, Sun, 11 Nov 2012 20:12:48 -0200

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All About Vladimir Nabokov in Print Archive for October, 2012

Nabokov Bibliography (the last entries) www.vnbiblio.com/?m=201210 -
Wednesday, October 24th, 2012 More draft pages for the revised and updated bibliography: Another posthumous compilation of Nabokov's work: Verses and Versions, the 2008 collection of translations of Russian (and a few French) poems by Nabokov, including essays, notes, and some of his own poetry. It was edited by Brian Boyd and Stanislav Shvabrin.
New Draft Pages: The Man from the USSR Tuesday, October 16th, 2012
Another set of draft pages for the revised and updated bibliography: A posthumous compilation of Nabokov's dramatic works and essays on the theater, The Man from the USSR and Other Plays, was jointly published in 1984 by Bruccoli Clark and Harcourt Brace jovanovich. It is A55 in the 1986 bibliography.
Johnson Book Mirrored in Russian Friday, October 12th, 2012 Another book that Evgeny Belodubrovsky would like to point out:
Miry i antimiry Vladimira Nabokova, 2011
It is D. Barton Johnson's Miry i antimiry: Vladimira Nabokova, published in 2011 by Symposium in St. Petersburg, ISBN 978-5-89091-445-3. The book is a Russian translation of Johnson's 1985 book, Worlds in Regression: Some Novels of Vladimir Nabokov, a study in 12 essays of the "games" Nabokov plays in his novels.
Referring to my previous post of information from Belodubrosky: The Guadanini book of letters, Pis'ma, can be bought from the Russian book dealer Ozon. (Here's a link to the book on Ozon's website: http://www.ozon.ru/context/detail/id/18088151.) Also, Belodubrovsky says that the Dva puti semi-facsimile is out of stock and that he is working with the publisher to get it to print some more.
New Draft Pages: Nabokov's Quartet Tuesday, October 9th, 2012
Another new set of draft pages for the revised and updated bibliography: Nabokov's Quartet, a collection of three Russian stories and one English story, published by Phaedra in New York in 1966. It is A38 in the 1986 bibliography.
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