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Fri Mar 21 17:03:56 2014 UTClccn-n831443350.00La bibliothèque de Dmitri Nabokov : ouvrages dédicacés et annotés par Vladimir Nabokov = The library of Dmitri Nabokov : inscribed and annotated books by Vladimir Nabokov0.311.00Benjamin Ivry collection of correspondence on Pavel Tchelitchew,109729824Dmitri_Nabokovn 83144335974035Nabokov, D. 1934-2012Nabokov, D. (Dmitri)Nabokov, D. (Dmitri), 1934-2012Nabokov, D.V., 1934-2012Nabokov, DimitriNabokov, Dimitri 1934-2012Nabokov, Dimitri VladimirovichNabokov, DmitriNabokov, DmitriĭNabokov, Dmitriĭ 1934-2012Nabokov, DmitrijNabokov, Dmitrij, 1934-2012Nabokov, Dmitrij Vladmirovič, 1934-2012Набоков, Д.В., 1934-2012Набоков, ДмитрийНабоков, Дмитрий, 1934-2012Набоков, Дмитрий Владмирович, 1934-2012ナボコフ, ドミトリlccn-n81015312Набоков, Владимир Владимирович1899-1977ivetrlauiannantcollccn-n79017064Bruccoli, Matthew J.(Matthew Joseph)1931-2008othedtlccn-n81032540Lermontov, Mikhail I︠U︡rʹevich1814-1841lccn-nr2002030735Karshan, Thomasedtlccn-n79110488Gesualdo, Carloprincipe di Venosaapproximately 1560-1613lccn-no92024671Schlean, Karlaprfnp-mazzoni, elenaMazzoni, Elenaprfnp-foti, claraFoti, Claraprfnp-sarti, gastoneSarti, Gastoneprflccn-n83160005Ephrikian, AngelocndprfNabokov, DmitriFictionMilitary historyRecords and correspondenceDramaPsychological fictionBiographyManners and customsSoviet UnionRussiaCaucasusNabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich,Man-woman relationshipsMarried peopleRussian fictionYoung womenRussia (Federation)Death row inmatesAuthors, RussianAuthors, AmericanRussians--Foreign countriesTotalitarianismDictatorsYoung menMurderAuntsSeductionRussian literatureBeheadingRussian poetryLustScandalsImpotenceMortalitySpy storiesRussiansMadrigals, ItalianDeviant behaviorStepfathersAlienation (Social psychology)FranceGermanyAliensVocal quintetsVocal musicOperasShort stories, RussianPedophiliaEnglandRussian languageImmigrantsShort storiesNovelists, AmericanPoetryArmed Forces--OfficersIdentity (Psychology)Kidnapping19342012193919581959196019631965196619681969197019711972197319741975197619791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220042006200720082009201020112012201313320116381891.7342PG3476.N3ocn745979758ocn464477758ocn794685804ocn797176523ocn828415571ocn077710482ocn862645026ocn669126115ocn070078544ocn820773969ocn003147293ocn027328371ocn012793277ocn022408846ocn021857473ocn070665513ocn013225758ocn255314188ocn859391205ocn315159550ocn026127171ocn799993009ocn799573930ocn613253388ocn037217787ocn466294618ocn804774101ocn489674183ocn852397623ocn468594973ocn083819529ocn441643409ocn441184256ocn852397623ocn780173347ocn461911016ocn691543747ocn691853030ocn185681307ocn740271006ocn469411167ocn798575095ocn724803723224828ocn000321209book19680.27Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichKing, queen, knave : a novelFiction"This novel is the story of Dreyer, a wealthy and boisterous proprietor of a men's clothing emporium. Ruddy, self-satisfied, and thoroughly masculine, he is perfectly repugnant to his exquisite but cold middleclass wife, Martha. Attracted to his money but repelled by his oblivious passion, she longs for their nephew instead, the thin, awkward, myopic Franz. Newly arrived in Berlin, Franz soon repays his uncle's condescension in his aunt's bed."--Cover p. [4]+-+2101365965324215224ocn000183426book19710.27Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichGlory : a novelFictionIn the 20's, a Russian expatriate travels about Europe, attends Cambridge and makes friends+-+223866596532413737ocn001054258book19750.29Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichTyrants destroyed : and other storiesFictionA collection of short stories about Russian émigrés in Germany and France after the Russian Revolution+-+1071355965324131526ocn310399763book20080.22Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichThe original of Laura (Dying is fun)FictionA landmark publication of the literary master's unfinished final work is a fragmented draft as hand-written on 138 index cards that were originally requested for destruction and have been released by his son, in a volume that features removable facsimile reproductions+-+243627258510127ocn000167454book19650.33Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichThe eyeFictionSmurov, a Russian emigre living in prewar Berlin, commits suicide after being humiliated by a jealous husband only to suffer even greater indignities in the afterlife as he searches for proof of his existence among fellow emigres who are too distracted to pay him any heed+-+K87272421593115ocn018908850book19890.32Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichVladimir Nabokov : selected letters, 1940-1977BiographyRecords and correspondenceOver four hundred letters chronicle the author's career, recording his struggles in the publishing world, the battles over "Lolita," and his relationship with his wife+-+554691606587119ocn000958337book19580.35Lermontov, Mikhail I︠U︡rʹevichA hero of our timeMilitary historyFictionPsychological fiction"A hero of our time", is a Russian classic, telling the story of a young lieutenant in the Russian Army in the early 1800's+-+549565023571712ocn010799353book19840.39Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichThe man from the USSR and other plays : with two essays on the drama+-+50941010657083ocn000321206book19660.53Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichThe Waltz invention; a play in three actsDrama3386ocn745979758book20120.28Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichSelected poemsThough we know Vladimir Nabokov as a brilliant novelist, his first love was poetry. This landmark collection brings together the best of his verse, including many pieces that have never before appeared in English. These poems span the whole of Nabokov's career, from the newly discovered "Music," written in 1914, to the short, playful "To Vera," composed in 1974. Many are newly translated by Dmitri Nabokov, including The University Poem, a sparkling novel in verse modeled on Pushkin's Eugene Onegin that constitutes a significant new addition to Nabokov's oeuvre. Included too are such poems as "Lilith", an early work which broaches the taboo theme revisited nearly forty years later in Lolita, and "An Evening of Russian Poetry", a masterpiece in which Nabokov movingly mourns his lost language in the guise of a versified lecture on Russian delivered to college girls. The subjects range from the Russian Revolution to the American refrigerator, taking in on the way motel rooms, butterflies, ice-skating, love, desire, exile, loneliness, language, and poetry itself; and the poet whirls swiftly between the brilliantly painted facets of his genius, wearing masks that are, by turns, tender, demonic, sincere, self-parodying, shamanic, visionary, and ingeniously domestic32912ocn034432409book19950.24Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichThe stories of Vladimir NabokovFictionSixty-five works by Vladimir Nabokov include his fairy tales, puzzles, vignettes, and melancholic stories written between the 1920s and 1950s, and feature such masterpieces as Lolita, Pale Fire, and Ada+-+306130948517831ocn000511653book19590.31Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichInvitation to a beheadingFictionIn an unnamed dream country, the young man Cincinnatus C. is condemned to death by beheading for "gnostical turpitude," an imaginary crime that defies definition. Cincinnatus spends his last days in an absurd jail, where he is visited by chimerical jailers, an executioner who masquerades as a fellow prisoner, and by his in-laws, who lug their furniture with them into his cell. When Cincinnatus is led out to be executed, he simply wills his executioners out of existence: they disappear, along with the whole world they inhabit+-+75955659653241001ocn003147293rcrd19690.79Gesualdo, CarloThe first three books of madrigals951ocn003817686rcrd19710.79Monteverdi, ClaudioCombatimento di Tancredi et Clorida Lamento della Ninfa und weitere Madrigale852ocn496286989book20100.28Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichLaura i ee original : fragmenty romanaFiction7120ocn464477758book19730.25Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichThe enchanterFictionPsychological fictionThe Enchanter is the Ur-Lolita, the precursor to Nabokov's classic novel. At once hilarious and chilling, it tells the story of an outwardly respectable man and his fatal obsession with certain pubescent girls, whose coltish grace and subconscious coquetry reveal, to his mind, a special bud on the verge of bloom. From the Trade Paperback edition+-+9133724215657ocn028774196book19860.53Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichL'EnchanteurTotalement inédit et paraissant en France, avant la Grande-Bretagne et les USA, ce texte, écrit à Paris en 1939, fut défini par l'auteur comme une première mouture de "Lolita"652ocn045326866book20010.24Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichCollected stories+-+40983669653245612ocn801028244book20100.28Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichCollected poems+-+8077466965324525ocn690436529book20100.33Nabokov, Vladimir VladimirovichL'original de LauraAvec la reproduction des fiches manuscrites originales de l'auteur établi à Montreux dès 196171ocn055045900book20040.98Tajan (Firm)Bibliothèque Nabokov : la bibliothèque de Dmitri Nabokov ouvrages dédicacés et annotés par Vladimir Nabokov, mercredi 5 mai 2004Bibliography11ocn702192915mix1.00Ivry, BenjaminBenjamin Ivry collection of correspondence on Pavel TchelitchewTwenty-seven letters and postcards by various authors to Benjamin Ivry. The letters document Ivry's research for a planned catalogue raisonné of Tchelitchew's paintings. Most of the correspondents are collectors who owned Tchelitchew's paintings. The letters discuss the location and history of particular works as well as the correspondents' recollections of Tchelitchew. One letter, from Allen Tanner, discusses his and Tchelitchew's relationships with Gertrude Stein and Bravig Imbs in Paris in the 1920s01ocn078681365book2004La bibliothèque de Dmitri Nabokov : ouvrages dédicacés et annotés par Vladimir Nabokov = The library of Dmitri Nabokov : inscribed and annotated books by Vladimir NabokovBibliography CatalogsCatalogs+-+2436272585+-+2436272585Fri Mar 21 15:08:49 EDT 2014batch24485