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Zusatztext 'Exceptional in quality of discussion and analysis...simultaneously lively! important and interesting to a wide range of readers.' - Professor Franklain D. Reeve! Chair of Letters! Wesleyan University! Middletown Informationen zum Autor DAVID BELLOS Chair! Department of Romance Languages and Literatures! Princeton UniversityBRIAN BOYD Lecturer in English! University of AucklandNEIL CORNWELL Professor Russian and Comparative Literature! University of BristolJOHN BURT-FOSTER JR Professor of English and Cultural Studies! George Mason University! Fairfax! VirginiaCATRIONA KELLY Reader in Russian New College! OxfordMARIA MALIKOVA Post-Graduate Student! The Institute of Russian Literature! St PetersburgMICHAEL MEYLAC Professor of Comparative Literature! University of Antillas and French Guyana! CayenneDALE E. PETERSON Professor of English and Russian! Amherst CollegeELLEN PIFER Professor of English and Comparative Literature! University of DelawareVERA PROSKURINA Visiting Professor! Cornell UniversityJOHN QUINN Consultant Physician and Fellow of the Royal College of PhysiciansSUSAN ELIZABETH SWEENEY Associate Professor of English! Holy Cross CollegeRACHEL TROUSDALE Graduate Student! Yale UniversityMICHAEL WOOD Charles Barnwell Straut Professor of English at Princeton Zusammenfassung Offering original insights into Nabokov and his interaction with other writers and art forms! this! the second volume of a two-part study! includes the work of fifteen eminent Nabokov specialists and scholars. Here! the focus is on intertextuality! literary reception and suggestions for new ways of reading. Inhaltsverzeichnis Preface Notes on the Contributors Abbreviations Transliteration List of Illustrations Introduction: Reading Nabokov; J.Grayson Nabokov: A Centennial Toast; B.Boyd V.V. Nabokov and V.D. Nabokov: His Father's Voice; M.Malikova Nabokov's Exegi Monumentum : Immortality in Quotation Marks (Nabokov! Pushkin and Mikhail Gershenzon); V.Proskurina Intertextuality and (Meta)poesis: Some Enigmas of Nabokov's 'Seven Poems': M.Meylac White (K)Nights: Dostoevskian Dreamers in Nabokov's Early Stories; D.E.Peterson Looking at Harlequins: Nabokov! the World of Art and the Ballets Russes; S.E.Sweeney Paintings! Governesses! and 'Publishing Scoundrels': Nabokov and Henry James; N.Cornwell Nabokov! Snobism! and Selfhood in Pnin; C.Kelly Eccentric Modernism: Nabokov and Yeats; J.Burt-Foster! Jr Broken Dates: Proust! Nabokov and Modern Time; M.Wood 'Did She Have a Precursor?': Lolita and Edith Wharton's The Children; E.Pifer How Did They Ever Make a Painting of Lolita?; J.D.Quin Transformations of Memory: Marcel Proust! Vladimir Nabokov! and James Merrill; R.Trousdale The Real Hound: The Real Knight; P.Meyer VN/GP: Nabokovian Inscriptions in the Work of Georges Perec; D.Bellos Select Bibliography Index ...

'Exceptional in quality of discussion and analysis...simultaneously lively, important and interesting to a wide range of readers.' - Professor Franklain D. Reeve, Chair of Letters, Wesleyan University, Middletown



Autorentext
DAVID BELLOS Chair, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Princeton University BRIAN BOYD Lecturer in English, University of Auckland NEIL CORNWELL Professor Russian and Comparative Literature, University of Bristol JOHN BURT-FOSTER JR Professor of English and Cultural Studies, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia CATRIONA KELLY Reader in Russian New College, Oxford MARIA MALIKOVA Post-Graduate Student, The Institute of Russian Literature, St Petersburg MICHAEL MEYLAC Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Antillas and French Guyana, Cayenne DALE E. PETERSON Professor of English and Russian, Amherst College ELLEN PIFER Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of Delaware VERA PROSKURINA Visiting Professor, Cornell University JOHN QUINN Consultant Physician and Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians SUSAN ELIZABETH SWEENEY Associate Professor of English, Holy Cross College RACHEL TROUSDALE Graduate Student, Yale University MICHAEL WOOD Charles Barnwell Straut Professor of English at Princeton

Zusammenfassung
Offering original insights into Nabokov and his interaction with other writers and art forms, this, the second volume of a two-part study, includes the work of fifteen eminent Nabokov specialists and scholars. Here, the focus is on intertextuality, literary reception and suggestions for new ways of reading.

Inhalt
Preface Notes on the Contributors Abbreviations Transliteration List of Illustrations Introduction: Reading Nabokov; J.Grayson Nabokov: A Centennial Toast; B.Boyd V.V. Nabokov and V.D. Nabokov: His Father's Voice; M.Malikova Nabokov's Exegi Monumentum : Immortality in Quotation Marks (Nabokov, Pushkin and Mikhail Gershenzon); V.Proskurina Intertextuality and (Meta)poesis: Some Enigmas of Nabokov's 'Seven Poems': M.Meylac White (K)Nights: Dostoevskian Dreamers in Nabokov's Early Stories; D.E.Peterson Looking at Harlequins: Nabokov, the World of Art and the Ballets Russes; S.E.Sweeney Paintings, Governesses, and 'Publishing Scoundrels': Nabokov and Henry James; N.Cornwell Nabokov, Snobism, and Selfhood in Pnin; C.Kelly Eccentric Modernism: Nabokov and Yeats; J.Burt-Foster, Jr Broken Dates: Proust, Nabokov and Modern Time; M.Wood 'Did She Have a Precursor?': Lolita and Edith Wharton's The Children; E.Pifer How Did They Ever Make a Painting of Lolita?; J.D.Quin Transformations of Memory: Marcel Proust, Vladimir Nabokov, and James Merrill; R.Trousdale The Real Hound: The Real Knight; P.Meyer VN/GP: Nabokovian Inscriptions in the Work of Georges Perec; D.Bellos Select Bibliography Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Nabokov's World
Untertitel: Volume 2: Reading Nabokov
Andere:
Editor:
EAN: 9780333964170
ISBN: 978-0-333-96417-0
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften
Anzahl Seiten: 241
Gewicht: 480g
Größe: H22mm x B222mm x T145mm
Jahr: 2001
Auflage: 2001

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