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Vladimir Nabokov

 

Bibliography
Poems (1916)
An Almanac: Two Paths, with Andrei Balashov (1918)

The Cluster
, as "V. Sirin" (1922)
The Empyrean Path
, as "VI. Sirin" (1923)
Mary
(1926; 1970*)
King, Queen, Knave (1928; 1968*)
The Return of the Chorb, as V. Sirin (1929)
The Luzhin Defense (1930; 1964*)
The Eye (1930; 1965*)
Glory
(1932; 1971*)
Laughter in the Dark (1932; 1936*; 1938*)
Despair (1936; 1937*; 1966*)
The Waltz Invention: A Play in Three Acts
(1938; 1966*)
Invitation to a Beheading (1938; 1959*)
The Gift (1938; 1963*)
The Enchanter (1939; 1985*)

The Real Life of Sebastian Knight
(1941)
Nikolai Gogol (1944)
Bend Sinister (1947)
Nine Stories (1947)
Conclusive Evidence: A Memoir (1951)
Poems 1929-1951 (1952)

Other Shores
(1954)
Lolita
(1955; 1965)
Spring in Fialta and Other Stories (1956)
Pnin (1957)
Nabokov's Dozen: A Collection of Thirteen Stories (1958)
Poems (1959)
Pale Fire
(1962)

Notes on Prosody
(1963)
Nabokov's Quartet
(1966)
Speak, Memory: An Autobiography Revisited
(1967)
Nabokov's Congeries
(1968)
Ada or Ardor: A Family Chronicle
(1969)
Poems and Problems
(1969)
Transparent Things
(1972)
Strong Opinions
(1973)
A Russian Beauty and Other Stories
(1973)
Look at the Harlequins!
(1974)
Lolita: A Screenplay
(1974)
Tyrants Destroyed and Other Stories
(1975)
Details of a Sunset and Other Stories
(1976)
The Original of Laura
(1977)
The Nabokov-Wilson Letters, with Edmund Wilson (1979)
Poems
(1979)
Lectures on Literature (1980)
Lectures on
Ulysses (1980)
Lectures on Russian Literature
(1981)
Lectures on
Don Quixote (1981)
The Man From the USSR and Other Plays
(1984)
Correspondence With the Sister (1984)
Carrousel (1987)
Selected Letters (1989)

The Stories of Vladimir Nabokov
(1995)
Nabokov's Butterflies (2000)
Dear Bunny, Dear Volodya: The Nabokov-Wilson Letters, 1940-1971
, with Edmund Wilson (2001)
Cloud, Castle, Lake
(2005)

*Denotes date(s) of English (re)publication
In Russian
Denotes date of Russian publication

Links
Nabokov.com


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