Lectures on literature, Volume 1
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1980 - 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 - Richard F. Schiller - Goodreads
Very interesting collection of lectures that gives the reader greater insight into Nabokov's approach to literature. His own writing is often very subtle and puzzling, but here, we see Nabokov ... Read full review
Review: Lectures on LiteratureUser Review - Staren - Goodreads
Whoa, what a language! I thought that any “lectures on Russian literature” should be a quite boring stuff, and I always wondered why people recommend this book of Nabokov eagerly. I wanted “to look at ... Read full review