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Vladimir Nabokov • 108 Items / 7 Reviews, 48 Books, 46 Articles, 6 Poems, 1 Visual
Pale Fire (1949)
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Published Reviews
  1. Books
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    Lament for Language Lost (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    The Reporter, June 7, 1962, pp. 40-44
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    Julien Green (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    Ramparts Magazine, March 1963, pp. 95-98
  3. Books
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    Virtuosity Rewarded (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    The Partisan Review, Summer 1962, pp. 437-442
  4. Books and the Arts
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    A Bolt from the Blue (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    The New Republic, June 4, 1962, pp. 21-26
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    The World of Rococo (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    The Nation, June 16, 1962, p. 541
  6. Books
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    Nabokov's "Pale Fire" (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    Encounter, October 1962, pp. 71-83
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    Inverted Commentary on Four Cantos (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    The Saturday Review, May 26, 1962, p. 30
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    The Value of Art and Order (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    Chronicles, January 1978, p. 15
  9. Books
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    Nabokov the Virtuoso (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    Commonweal, July 6, 1962, p. 380
  10. Books in Review
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    Nabokov's Anti-Novel (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    Commentary, November 1962, pp. 449-450
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    The New American Novel (Review)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    Commentary, November 1975, pp. 44-51
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    Books: Bitter Levons (2 Reviews)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    2. A Day in Late September by Merle Miller
    The New Yorker, January 4, 1964, pp. 75-76
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (8 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    2. An Unofficial Rose by Iris Murdoch
    3. Twenty-One Stories by Graham Greene
    4. Ambassador Extraordinary by Paul Hyde Bonner
    5. Kira Georgievna by Viktor Nekrasov
    6. Seven Plays of the Modern Theatre by Harold Clurman
    7. The Theatre of the Absurd by Martin Esslin
    8. My Self and I by Constance A. Newland
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1962, pp. 108-114
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    Literary Sampler (9 Reviews)
    Excerpts from New and Forthcoming Spring Titles
    1. The Tangled Bank by Stanley Edgar Hyman
    2. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    3. The Decline of the Gentleman by Simon Raven
    4. Image of an Island by Reg van Cuylenburg
    5. The Hands of Esau by Hiram Haydn
    6. Patriotic Gore by Edmund Wilson
    7. Five Boyhoods by Martin Levin
    8. A Kind of Homecoming by E.R. Braithwaite
    9. The Book of Arctic Exploration by Peter Freuchen and Dagmar Freuchen
    The Saturday Review, April 21, 1962, pp. 20-21
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    The New Books (9 Reviews)
    Innocents in the Big City
    1. Youngblood Hawke by Herman Wouk
    2. Riverside Drive by Louis Simpson
    3. The Bible Salesman by Alma Stone
    4. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    5. Chemmeen by Thakazhi S. Pillai
    6. Key to the Door by Alan Sillitoe
    7. An Unofficial Rose by Iris Murdoch
    8. A Sad Heart at the Supermarket by Randall Jarrell
    9. Speaking the Language Like a Native by Aubrey Menen
    The Harpers Monthly, June 1962, pp. 89-96
  16. Reviews
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    Fiction Chronicle (11 Reviews)
    Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov
    1. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    2. The Reivers by William Faulkner
    3. An Unofficial Rose by Iris Murdoch
    4. Border Country by Raymond Williams
    5. A Long and Happy Life by Reynolds Price
    6. Letting Go by Philip Roth
    7. Riverside Drive by Louis Simpson
    8. Concretions by Arlene Zekowski
    9. The Dialogues by Stanley Berne
    10. The Soft Machine by William S. Burroughs
    11. The Marquise Went Out at Five by Claude Mauriac
    The Hudson Review, Autumn 1962, pp. 420-430
  17. Books and the Arts
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    "When Film Gets Good..." (16 Reviews)
    Recent Fiction, Part I
    1. Another Country by James Baldwin
    2. The Fourth of June by David Benedictus
    3. The Inheritors by William Golding
    4. The One Hundred Dollar Misunderstanding by Robert Gover
    5. It's a Battlefield by Graham Greene
    6. The Thin Red Line by James Jones
    7. Under the Mountain Wall by Peter Matthiessen
    8. Tropic of Capricorn by Henry Miller
    9. If You See Me Comin' by Adrian Mitchell
    10. Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
    11. Wise Blood by Flannery O'Connor
    12. Ship of Fools by Katherine Anne Porter
    13. The Torrents of War by Igor Sentjurc
    14. Bread and Wine by Ignazio Silone
    15. Strike the Father Dead by John Wain
    16. Night Song by John Alfred Williams
    The Nation, November 17, 1962, p. 330