Nabokov's dozen: a collection of thirteen stories

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Books for Libraries Press, Jun 1, 1969 - Fiction - 214 pages
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Review: Nabokov's Dozen: A Collection of Thirteen Stories (Anchor Literary Library)

User Review  - Zeynep K - Goodreads

"but then what should i have done with you, nina? how should i have disposed of the store of sadness that had gradually accumulated as a result of our seemingly carefree, but really hopeless meetings ... Read full review

Review: Nabokov's Dozen: A Collection of Thirteen Stories (Anchor Literary Library)

User Review  - Laura Zeng - Goodreads

"Spring in Fialta" was good, as was "The Aurelian" and "Cloud, Castle, Lake", but I found a lot of these to be dull, and almost willfully abstruse in comparison to his better stuff. I understand that ... Read full review

Contents

Spring in Fialta
13
A Forgotten Poet
39
First Love
55
Copyright

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About the author (1969)

Vladimir Nabokov (1899-1977), one of the 20th century's greatest writers in both Russian and English, was born in St. Petersburg, Russia, and spent his adult life in Germany, France, the United States, and Switzerland. In addition to his literary work, he was a passionate lepidopterist and chess player. His books include "Lolita, Pale Fire, The Real Light of Sebastian Knight, Laughter in the Dark", and many more.

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