Lectures on Literature
Harcourt, 1982 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 385 pages
For two decades, first at Wellesley and then at Cornell, Nabokov introduced undergraduates to the delights of great fiction. Here, collected for the first time, are his famous lectures, which include Mansfield Park, Bleak House, and Ulysses. Edited and with a Foreword by Fredson Bowers; Introduction by John Updike; illustrations.
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Review: Lectures on LiteratureUser Review - Jens Jensen - Goodreads
Nabokov writes with passion and sagacity on a selection of classics. Especially, the section on Ulysses is a remarkable example of how to read great literature. Read full review
Review: Lectures on LiteratureUser Review - Christine - Goodreads
“Between the wolf in the tall grass and the wolf in the tall story there is a shimmering go-between. That go-between, that prism, is the art of literature.” "Literature was born not the day when a boy ... Read full review