INTERVIEW

“UFGUT, UFGUT, VELKAM UT SEMBERLAND!”[Eng]
Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of Estonia
An Interview by Grigori Utgof



ARTICLES

NABOKOV AND ART
Special Cluster

Leonid Klimov
THE ART COLLECTION OF THE NABOKOVS:
PAINTINGS NATIONALIZED AFTER THE 1917 REVOLUTION
[Rus]
Click to see the paintings

Maxim D. Shrayer
NABOKOV’S USE OF HEBREW IN “EASTER RAIN” [Eng]

Yuri Leving
HIDE AND SEEK (ON POSSIBLE PROTOTYPES FOR THE ARTIST ROMANOV IN NABOKOV’S THE GIFT) [Eng]

John Bertram
LINGERIE, LOLLIPOPS, LIPSTICKS: INVENTING THE PERFECT LOLITA COVER [Eng]

Emmy Waldman
WHO’S SPEAKING IN ARCADY? THE VOICES OF DEATH, DEMENTIA, AND ART IN NABOKOV’S PALE FIRE [Eng]



Nabokov and Russian Contexts

Savely Senderovich, Yelena Shvarts
SANTA-MORGANA: COMMENTARY TO NABOKOV’S PLAY “THE WALTZ INVENTION” [Rus]

Mikhail Efimov
BARATYNSKY AS AN OBJECT AND SUBJECT OF LITERARY POLEMICS (NABOKOV, KHODASEVICH, AND ADAMOVICH) [Rus]



ARCHIVE

A SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO NATALIA TOLSTAIA (1926–2003)
“Days Gone By, Live!..” Correspondence with Elena Sikorski (née Nabokov)

Publication and Commentary by Evgeny Belodubrovsky, Natalia Tolstaia, and Maria Malikova [Rus]

NEW TRANSLATIONS

Vladimir Nabokov
FRAGMENTS FROM “THE UNIVERSITY POEM”

Translated from Russian by Dmitri Nabokov

Vladimir Nabokov
“AN EVENING OF RUSSIAN POETRY”

Translated from English by Artur Iolkin

Vladimir Nabokov
“SOFTEST OF TONGUES”
“EXILE”
“A POEM”
“DREAM”
“DANDELIONS”
“LUNAR LINES”

Translated from English by Alexei Filimonov



CONFERENCE

Danila Sergeev
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TO MARK THE 110th ANNIVERSARY OF NABOKOV’S BIRTH
(The Nabokov Museum, St. Petersburg State University, June 25-28, 2009) [Rus]



MULTIMEDIA

Franz Koglmann
NABOKOV AND JAZZ: ECONOMIC AND ELEGANT SOLUTIONS

Click to stream sound tracks


BOOK REVIEWS

[This section is available in print in The Goalkeeper. Order the Nabokov Almanac here:

http://www.academicstudiespress.com ]


Graham Vickers
Chasing Lolita: How Popular Culture Corrupted Nabokov’s Little Girl All Over Again
(ZOE AIANO) [Eng]

Zoran Kuzmanovich and Galya Diment, Eds.
Approaches to Teaching Nabokov’s Lolita
(JOSEPH LYNCH) [Eng]

Brian Boyd and Stanislav Shvabrin, Eds.
Verses and Versions: Three Centuries of Russian Poetry, selected and translated by Vladimir Nabokov
(ROSE FRANCE) [Eng]

Andrei Babikov, Ed.
Vladimir Nabokov. Tragediia gospodina Morna: P’esy, lektsii o drame
(SIGGY FRANK) [Eng]

Pekka Tammi
Russian Subtexts in Nabokov’s Fiction: Four Essays
(JAN F. ZESCHKY) [Eng]