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Vladimir Nabokov : poetry and the lyric voice /

Paul D. Morris.

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Main Author: Morris, Paul Duncan
Published: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c2010.
Topics: Lyrik | Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977 - Criticism and interpretation. | Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977 - Critique et interprétation. | Nabokov, Vladimir 1899-1977 | Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovič - Lyrik. | Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovič - Ästhetik und Poetik. | Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovič, 1899-1977 - analys och tolkning.
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505 0 |a1. Introduction : locating Nabokov's poetry -- 2. Reading Nabokov's reception : Nabokov, poetry, and the critics -- The émigré reading of Nabokov's poetry -- Nabokov's English poetry and the critics -- Nabokov's Russian poetry and the academics -- Russian literature and the rediscovery of Nabokov's poetry -- 3. Nabokov's lyric voice : the poetry of this world and another -- A paradigmatic first poem : rereading 'The rain has flown' -- Poetic consciousness -- The metaphysical Nabokov and the otherworld -- Nabokov's poetry : five themes -- I. Cosmic synchronization -- II. Inspiration -- III. Love's poetry -- IV. The otherworld -- V.A poet of the world -- the poetry of trifles -- Four poems -- i. 'The swift' -- ii. 'Fame' -- iii. 'Restoration' -- iv. 'The ballad of Longwood Glen' -- 4. Staged lyricism : the play of poetry and dream-logic in Nabokov's drama -- The waltz invention : the lyric consolation of fantasy -- 5. Nabokov and the short story : the lyric heights of a small alpine form -- Finding 'perfection' : Nabokov's lyricism and the short story -- 6. Lyricism and the novel : Nabokov's gift for prose -- The gift : a portrait of the novelist as a young poet -- 7. A novel snatched from the sun : Nabokov's Pale fire -- 'Pale fire' and the poet's pattern : novelistic text and poetic texture -- Conclusion : in place of an ending.
520 8 |aAnnotation|bVladimir Nabokov (1899-1977), the eminent Russian-American writer and intellectual, is best known for his novels, though he was also the author of plays, poems, and short stories. In this important new work, Paul D. Morris offers a comprehensive reading of Nabokov's Russian and English poetry, until now a neglected facet of his oeuvre. Morris' unique and insightful study re-evaluates Nabokov's poetry and demonstrates that poetry was in fact central to his identity as an author and was the source of his distinctive authorial - lyric - voice. After offering a critical overview of the multi-staged history of the reception of Nabokov's poetry and an extensive analysis of his poetic writing, Morris argues that Nabokov's poetry has largely been misinterpreted and its place in his oeuvre misunderstood. Through a detailed examination of the form and content of Nabokov's writings, Morris demonstrates that Nabokov's innovations in the realms of drama, the short story, and the novel were profoundly shaped by his lyric sensibility.
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