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NABOKOV'S DOZEN: Thirteen Stories

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

This collection of thirteen short stories is uneven and ranges from three or four first class short stories through various memories, curiosities, character sketches and a Kafka-esque horror story, to oddments that are next to pointless. Nabokov is at his most effective in and Once where his best qualities- humor- either caustic or nostalgic, and a tremendous feeling for the atmosphere of both ... Read full review

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