I've been reading Ada with delight, following AdaOnline's notes. It's been very helpful because I only have the spanish edition, so I can check what the original says when I mistrust the translation (although it's very good). As far I understand, the rest of the notes (starting at chapter 37) are in "Nabokov: Novels, 1969-1974", and the forenotes and afternotes are in The Nabokovian.

    In a couple of weeks a friend of mine will travel to the US and buy the book (and "Ada: The Place of Consciousness" too),  for me, so I'll have the notes, but it's practically imposible for me to get all The Nabokovian (money, shipping, my country's custom). Is there any other place or book where I can find them? Or any other book I can buy to read something alike? BTW, I'm no scholar, just a passionate reader.

    And thanks for the list. It's level is too high for me, but I enjoy the little I understand.

Thanks in advance,
 -- Diego

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