In a message dated 16/06/2011 15:23:13 GMT Daylight Time, jansy@AETERN.US writes:
Nabokov would never be explicitly didactic  nor find place for Stravinsky in such a brief article.
Moreover, what place would he have for him in a long article? He claims not to be musical. He does mention Stravinsky once, dismissively, in response to an explicit question, in an interview in Strong Opinions, but spells him Stravinski.
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