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Nabokov and the Novel

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Publication Date: 12/16/1980

197 pages

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  • 1. The Question of Character
  • 2. Consciousness, Real Life, and Fairytale Freedom: King, Queen, Knave
  • 3. Breaking the Law of Averages: Invitation to a Beheading
  • 4. Putting Two and One Together: Bend Sinister
  • 5. Singularity and the Double’s Pale Ghost: From Despair to Pale Fire
  • 6. The Question of Realism
  • 7. Heaven, Hell, and the Realm of Art: Ada’s Dark Paradise
  • 8. On the Dark Side of Aesthetic Bliss: Nabokov’s Humanism
  • Notes
  • Index

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