AUTHORS STUDIED (in the order we read them): Pushkin. Lermontov. Gogol. Fonvizin. Turgenev. Dostoevsky. Leskov. Chekhov. Garshin. Tolstoy. Gorky. Andreev. Bunin. Babel. Zamiatin. Polevoi. Platonov. Nagibin. Ilf and Petrov. Zoshchenko. Nabokov. Paustovsky. Kazakov. Solzhenitsyn. Trifonov. Shukshin. Bitov. Iskander. Aksenov. Aitmatov. Sokolov. Rasputin. Petrushevskaya. Tolstaya.
Spring in Fialta. Book cover. From Waxwing.
Nabokov's Otherwordly Mermaid: "Spring in Fialta". Abstract of a paper by Elena Rakhimova Sommers delivered at AATSEEL 2000.
Vesna v Fialte. From Maksim Moschow's site.
Stories. Collections. Novels. Interviews . Mirror for Maksim Moschkow's site. [Most works in Russian]
Tales. In Dm.Nabokov translation. From Maksim Moshkow's site.
The Art of Translation. Article by Nabokov for The New Republic. Issue date: 08.04.1941.
Biography. Stories. Tales. Essays. Interviews. Books. [Most in Russian - some translations] From Maksim Moshkow's site.
Hamlet's Monologue from William Shakespeare. Translated into Russian by Nabokov. On Maksim Moshkow's site.
The " Interviews" section of Maksim Moshkow's site gives many links to interviews (in English) with Nabokov. They include...
Nabokov's Interview in Wisconsin Studies (1967).
Nabokov's Interview in Playboy (1964).
Nabokov's Interview in The Paris Review (1967).
Nabokov's Interview in The Sunday Times (1969).
Nabokov's Interview in Novel (1970).
Beyond Lolita: Rediscovering Nabokov on his birth centennial. In depth report from CNN.com.
Vladimir Nabokov. From Books and Writers.
Zembla - the Nabokov Butterfly Net. Links to such thing as: current events, special features, scholarly resources (including a link to his homes and haunts), Nabokov sights, etc.
Biography. A section from the above (Zembla) site.
Nabokronology. Guide to Vladimir Nabokov's life and works in four parts. From Zembla (officical site of the Vladimir Nabokov Society).
Waxwing. A collection of all sorts of things: Nabokovilia, reading tips, etc. From J. M. Martinez.
Nabokov's Interview. Wisconsin Studies, 1967.
Nabokov carried tradition of gentleman naturalist into mid-century. Article on historian Daniel Alexandrov's writing on Nabokov.
New Files in the Directory "Nabokow". Nabokov Files for downloading.
(English Language Sources)
Nabokov: A Centenary Celebration. Nabokov readings by a group of authors. Includes a related slide show and other readings. [You can listen to the entire 2 hr. event!]
how to read nabokov & not go nuts. A note to cheer you on and links to some cribs. From Juan Martinez.
The Cinematography of Nabokov's Creative Vision. Article by Leigh Husband Kimmel.
Nabokov as Translator. An examination of his changing doctrine of translation. Another article by Leigh Husband Kimmel.
(Russian Language Sources)
See the Pictorial Biography. Included (under "Biography") on the CNN.com site celebrating Nabokov's birth centennial.
Nabokov Sites. From Zembla - the Nabokov Butterfly Net.
The Graveyards. Photos and a visit from "Zembla - the Nabokov Butterfly Net".
Nabokov. Ardis Picture Archives.
Many more images to be found: go to Google's Image files.
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