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About this Item: Simpozium, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Item may show signs of shelf wear. Pages may include limited notes and highlighting. Includes supplemental or companion materials if applicable. Access codes may or may not work. Connecting readers since 1972. Customer service is our top priority. Seller Inventory # mon0000953242

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Vladimir Nabokov V. Sirin'

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ISBN 10: 5890910752 ISBN 13: 9785890910752

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About this Item: Simpozium, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M5890910752

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Sirin, V. [Vladimir Nabokov].

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About this Item: Albert Bonniers Förlag, Stockholm 1936. 265 sidor. Häftad. Originalets titel: Zasjtsjita Luzjina. Översatt av Ellen Rydelius. Seller Inventory # 38808

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NABOKOV, Vladimir (under the name of V. Sirin).

Published by Wahlström & Widstrand, Stockholm. (1935)

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About this Item: Wahlström & Widstrand, Stockholm., 1935. First Swedish edition. Translated into Swedish from the original Russian by Hjalmar Dahl. Octavo. 252 pages. Pictorial wrappers. Precedes the first English edition.Covers slightly rubbed at the edges. Very good. Seller Inventory # NABOKOVV017569

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About this Item: Simpozium, 2001. Hardcover. Condition: Acceptable. Item is intact, but may show shelf wear. Pages may include notes and highlighting. May or may not include supplemental or companion material. Access codes may or may not work. Connecting readers since 1972. Customer service is our top priority. Seller Inventory # mon0000952985

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Sirin, V. (d.i. Vladimir Nabokov)

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About this Item: 149-186; 86-138; 86-135; 78-132 S. IN: Sovremennyja Zapiski. Obshchestvennoe- politicheskij i literaturnyj zhurnal', Band XLV-XLVIII in 4 Bänden. 541, (3); 525, (2); 524, (4); 569, (3) p. 4to. (25 cm) OBroschuren und neue Broschur (Band XLVIII). Parizh' 1931. - - Erste Ausgabe (erste Buchausgabe 1932) der erst 1971 in englischer Übersetzung von Dmitri Nabokov erschienenen Novelle. Kompletter Jahrgang 1931 der Sovremennyja Zapiski mit Beiträgen von Jurij Mandelshtam (Elegija und Dva Stikhotvorenja), Marina Tsvetaeva (Shkola Stikha, Platsh Materi po Novobrantsu, XLVI, S. 160-163), B. Zajtsev, Aleksandr Remizov (Tri Zhelanja), N. Berdjaev (Osnovnaja Antinomija Lichnosti i Obshchestvo), A.L. Tolstova u.v.a. - - Broschuren teilw, etw. fleckig und mit kleinen reaprierten Läsuren; Band XLVIII: neue Broschur, Titelblatt mit Abriß des unteren Drittels und neu aufgezogen. Seller Inventory # 13946

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Nabokov, Vladimir (Sirin, V.)

Published by New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company (1969)

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About this Item: New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1969. Hardcover. 0 (illustrator). Second Russian edition (first Russian edition published in the US); 8 1/2 x 6; pp. [6], vii-x, [2], 5-259, [5]; plain, black cloth over boards with gilt title; fuchsia top stain; very minor wear to tips of spine and corners; near fine condition. White DJ, printed in purple and black; a few minor nicks to edges; very light, general wear; very good to near fine condition."King, Queen, Knave" was written in 1928, in Russian, and published the same year by Slovo in Berlin, under the pseudonym V. Sirin, while Nabokov was living in Germany. It was not until 1968, when his son Dmitri translated and published the novel into English, with significant corrections and changes by the author. This second Russian edition, "First Edition in the United States of America," was released a year later. The plot revolved around Kurt Dreyer, a wealthy Berlin businessman, his wife, and a young relative of Dreyer's, who had come to work for Kurt, had an affair with the wife, and conspired with her to kill the husband. Being Nabokov's second novel, it was very favorably received and its success, in fact, helped Vladimir and Vera pay off all their debts. 2. Seller Inventory # 001886

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Korol', Dama, Valet [King, Queen, Knave]: NABOKOV, VLADIMIR; [SIRIN,

NABOKOV, VLADIMIR; [SIRIN, V.]

Published by Slovo, Berlin (1928)

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About this Item: Slovo, Berlin, 1928. Original wrappers. Condition: Fine. First edition. RARE FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS OF NABOKOV'S SECOND NOVEL. "Originally published in Russian in 1928 under the penname Sirin, King, Queen, Knave is the second novel by famed author Vladimir Nabokov. Unlike his first novel, Mary (1926), which is autobiographical in theme and features mainly Russian characters, Nabokov's King, Queen, Knave tells the story of a German love triangle. The author's virtuosic use of the stock plot of a love triangle results in a highly comic narrative that departs significantly from his first novel, whose meditations on memory, loss, and the passage of time recall the work of the great French modernist Marcel Proust. As an early divergence from modernism, and as an inspired parody of genre fiction, King, Queen, Knave forecasts the great English-language novels of Nabokov's maturity: Lolita (1955), Pale Fire (1962), and Ada (1969)" (Encyclopedia of the World Novel). King, Queen, Knave was not translated into English until 1968, forty years after its Russian debut. Berlin: Slovo, 1928. Small octavo, original wrappers; custom box. A touch of browning to spine, but still a beautiful, fine copy. RARE. Seller Inventory # 2020

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Glory].: SIRIN, V. (NABOKOV,

SIRIN, V. (NABOKOV, Vladimir)].

Published by Sovremennyia Zapiski Paris (1932)

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About this Item: Sovremennyia Zapiski Paris, 1932. Octavo (19.3 x 14.2 cm). Original printed wrappers; spine worn, front wrapper attached with old tape, some staining wrappers and front endpaper, stamp on rear wrapper. Presentation copy of the first edition, inscribed to his wife, in Russian: 'to doggie, from the author, and with pencilled minor emendations in a few pages, probably by Nabokov. In the introduction to the English translation Nabokov writes that his novel Glory, 'my only one with a heights of purity and melancholy that I have only attained in the much later Ada'. ___________________________________ ?????????? ????????? ????????????? ???????, ??????????? ????????? ???? ?????????: «?ë???? ?? ??????»; ? ?????????? ????????????? ?????????? ?? ?????????? ????????? ??????, ?????????, ????????, ????? ???????? ? ??????????? ? ??????????? ???????? ?????? ????? ???????: «??? ???????????? [?????], ????????? ????? ??????? ? ??????? ??????????, ??????? ? ???? ????????? ?????? ? ??????? ????? ??????? [???? ??????] ???». Seller Inventory # 85635

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