I have been greedily devouring the new Nabokovian, featuring some spectacular new notes and articles. I particularly enjoyed Logan Norris's article on the location of Anti-Terra and Stephen Blackwell's very convincing, delightful explanation of why Lolita likes bacon. In the latter article, however, I wonder if there is a misprint. SB writes: "Recall, too, that Bacon is also cited in Pale Fire as the intermediate source of the aphorism, 'It is the glory of God to hide a thing, and the glory of man to find it.'"  I suspect that the novel noted here should be Bend Sinister, not Pale Fire, correct?  Jansy Mello quotes the portion here:
Or I might just say, "PF, SB? BS!       ;)
Matt Roth
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