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Vladimir Nabokov

The Man From the U.S.S.R

Early dramatic works—plus two essays—by the author of Lolita and Pale Fire.
Including The Man from the USSR, The Event, The Pole, and The Grand-dad, this volume collects works for the theater written during Vladimir Nabokov’s émigré years, before his writings in English earned him worldwide fame and made him a seven-time National Book Award finalist. Also included are two of his essays on drama: “Playwriting” and “The Tragedy of Tragedy.”
Translated and with introductions by Dmitri Nabokov, this collection offers a fascinating glimpse into the work of the novelist, one of the twentieth century’s acknowledged literary geniuses.
245 printed pages
Original publication
2012
Translator
Dmitri Nabokov

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