Vladimir Nabokov - Fiction - 2013 - 320 pages
Photos of the handwritten index cards accompany the text. They are perforated and can be removed and rearranged, as the author likely did when he was writing the novel. From the Hardcover edition.
Vladimir Nabokov - Fiction - 2011 - 704 pages
Read as a whole, The Stories of Vladimir Nabokov offers and intoxicating draft of the master's genius, his devious wit, and his ability to turn language into an instrument of ecstasy. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Vladimir Nabokov - Fiction - 2011 - 208 pages
Pnin is a professor of Russian at an American college who takes the wrong train to deliver a lecture in a language he cannot master.
Vladimir Nabokov - Literary Collections - 2011 - 368 pages
In this collection of interviews, articles, and editorials, Nabokov ranges over his life, art, education, politics, literature, movies, and modern times, among other subjects.
Vladimir Nabokov - Fiction - 2011 - 384 pages
The Gift is the last of the novels Nabokov wrote in his native Russian and the crowning achievement of that period in his literary career.
Vladimir Nabokov - Fiction - 2011 - 272 pages
The first novel Nabokov wrote while living in America and the most overtly political novel he ever wrote, Bend Sinister is a modern classic.
Vladimir Nabokov - Fiction - 2011 - 304 pages
What emerges is an elegantly sardonic and irresistibly ironic novel of desire, deceit, and deception, a curious romance set in the film world of Berlin in the 1930s. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Vladimir Nabokov - Fiction - 2011 - 240 pages
Extensively revised by Nabokov in 1965--thirty years after its original publication--Despair is the wickedly inventive and richly derisive story of Hermann, a man who undertakes the perfect crime--his own murder.
Vladimir Nabokov - Fiction - 2011 - 624 pages
This is the first American edition to include the extensive and ingeniously sardonic appendix by the author, written under the anagrammatic pseudonym Vivian Darkbloom. From the Trade Paperback edition.