Nabokov translated: a comparison of Nabokov's Russian and English prose

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Oxford University Press, Feb 24, 1977 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 257 pages
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Contents

NABOKOVS THEORY OF TRANSLATION
13
DESPAIR AND
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KING QUEEN
90
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Jane Grayson is Lecturer in Russian Language and Literature, and Arnold McMillin is Professor of Russian Literature, both at University College London. Priscilla Meyer is Professor of Russian at Wesleyan University.