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Submitted by Brian_Boyd
on Mon, 03/15/2021 - 16:21
The Annotations and Forenote and Afternote to Ada Pt 2 Ch 4 (Van on dreams) are now available on this website here. The Annotations to Ada Pt 2 Ch 2 are now available, with their hyperlinked motifs and illustrations, on AdaOnline.
Once again I am grateful to Steve Blackwell for sharp-eyed copyediting and valuable suggestions. All additional corrections and suggestions welcome.
Maurice Couturier's Les ruses d'Eros: Chronique du roman moderne (Paris: Orizons, 2020) makes its debut. The last chapter of this new book deals with Nabokov. It is a new and amply revised edition of Roman et censure ou la mauvaise foi d'Eros published in 1996 and translated as Novel and
Censorship or Eros' Bad Faith (Editions Universitaires Européennes, 2017).
Nabokov's long poem Olympicum, consisting of 260 lines and dated September 15, 1921, is published for the first time in the collection of articles and materials Emigrantica et cetera (Moscow, 2019). Foreword, publication and notes by Andrei Babikov (pp. 791-805).