[…] In 1969, the BBC’s James Mossman conducted an extensive interview with Vladimir Nabokov, which was first published in a magazine called The Listener, and later in a book entitled Strong Opinions. Some of Mossman’s questions were serious: “You’ve said that you’ve explored time’s prison and have found no way out. Are you still exploring…? Some were lighter: “Why do you live in hotels?” And still other questions fell somewhere in between, like: “If you ruled any modern industrial state absolutely, what would you abolish?” It turns out that loud noises, muzak, bidets, and insecticides made the great novelist and lepidopterist’s list.[…]
Or: http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/tag/vladimir-nabokov/ The Worst Game November 24, 2015 | by Sadie Stein
Or: http://blogdoims.com.br/ims/quatro-perguntas-a-jorio-dauster Four questions about Nabokov and the volume of “Lectures on Literature” addressed to its Brazilian translator.