Nabokov's dozen: a collection of thirteen stories

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Doubleday, 1958 - Fiction - 214 pages
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Review: Nabokov's Dozen: A Collection of Thirteen Stories (Anchor Literary Library)

User Review  - Richard Pacheco - Goodreads

Superb writing particularity for someone whose native language is not English. Elegant, succinct prose, deftly delivered with style,m grace and elegance, rich in characterization and imagination. Memorable. 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
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