POEMS AND PROBLEMS by Vladimir Nabokov

POEMS AND PROBLEMS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Nabokov is a master of nostalgia, what he calls "the savour of anciency." Custodian of the past, a lost Eden (in his case, pre-revolutionary Russia), he is also the crafty guardian of language, cultivating his verbal capital, his baubles and arabesques, creating a gilded barrier between himself and the
Pub Date: May 1st, 1971
ISBN: 0070457263
Page count: 218pp
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1st, 1971




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