Vladimir Nabokov Audio Books

Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov (1889–1977) was one of the most prolific writers and literary critics of the twentieth century. Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, he grew up in a trilingual household and later studied Slavic and romance languages at Trinity College, Cambridge, taking his honors degree in 1922. For the next eighteen years he lived in Berlin and Paris, writing prolifically in Russian under the pseudonym “Sirin” and supporting himself through translations, lessons in English and tennis, and by composing the first crossword puzzles in Russian. Having already fled Russia and Germany, Nabokov became a refugee once more in 1940 when he was forced to leave France for the United States. There he taught at Wellesley, Harvard, and Cornell. He died in Montreux, Switzerland.

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Extended Sample Selected Poems  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample Transparent Things  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample Look at the Harlequins!  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample Ada, or Ardor  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample The Real Life of Sebastian Knight  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample The Gift  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample Despair  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample Laughter in the Dark  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample Glory  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample The Eye  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample The Luzhin Defense  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample King, Queen, Knave  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample The Stories of Vladimir Nabokov  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample Mary  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample The Enchanter  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample Lolita  by Vladimir Nabokov
Extended Sample Lolita  by Vladimir Nabokov
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