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The author as reader. The poetics of Vladimir Nabokov's Lectures on Literature
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This volume offers insight into Vladimir Nabokov as a reader and a teacher, and sheds new light on the relationship of his views on literary aesthetics to the development of his own oeuvre. The essays included focus on the lectures on European and Russian literature that Nabokov gave at a number of American universities in the years between his arrival in the United States and the publication of Lolita. Nabokov’s treatment of literary masterpieces by Austen, Cervantes, Chekhov, Dickens, Flaubert, Gogol, Kafka, Joyce, Proust and Stevenson is assessed by experts on these authors.
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Teaching literature, Literary theory, Aesthetic criticism, Great books, Western canon, Russian canon, Jane Austen, Miguel de Cervantes, Anton Chekhov, Gustave Flaubert, Nikolay Gogol, James Joyce, Franz Kafka, Vladimir Nabokov, Marcel Proust, Robert Louis Stevenson, lectures on literature, lectures on Russian literature, Cerise

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Pieters, Jurgen, and Ben Dhooge. 2018. “Introduction : Reading Nabokov Teaching.” In Vladimir Nabokov’s Lectures on Literature : Portraits of the Artist as Reader and Teacher, ed. Ben Dhooge and Jurgen Pieters, 62:1–16. Leiden: Brill.
APA
Pieters, Jurgen, & Dhooge, B. (2018). Introduction : reading Nabokov teaching. In Ben Dhooge & J. Pieters (Eds.), Vladimir Nabokov’s lectures on literature : portraits of the artist as reader and teacher (Vol. 62, pp. 1–16). Leiden: Brill.
Vancouver
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Pieters J, Dhooge B. Introduction : reading Nabokov teaching. In: Dhooge B, Pieters J, editors. Vladimir Nabokov’s lectures on literature : portraits of the artist as reader and teacher. Leiden: Brill; 2018. p. 1–16.
MLA
Pieters, Jurgen, and Ben Dhooge. “Introduction : Reading Nabokov Teaching.” Vladimir Nabokov’s Lectures on Literature : Portraits of the Artist as Reader and Teacher. Ed. Ben Dhooge & Jurgen Pieters. Vol. 62. Leiden: Brill, 2018. 1–16. Print.
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