- The Guardian5 days ago
Vladimir Nabokov loathed Chernyshevsky but found it impossible to ignore him. In his last Russian novel, The Gift, he devoted 50 pages to belittling and mocking the writer and ...
- Washington Post6 days ago
Years later her son, Vladimir Nabokov, could still remember the machine guns rattling on shore and the cargo of dried fruit on the rickety Greek ship that ferried them to safety ...
- The Memphis Flyer23 hours ago
It probably won't make much sense unless you first go read Grit and Grind: Burned in a Pale Fire, a great piece my friend Matt Hrdlicka wrote, and to which this piece is mostly a set of responses and annotations.
- Washington Post3 days ago
July 26, 2011"I told him I'd be willing to sit down and talk about our differences and just try to provide for the people, but they didn't want that. July 25, 2011"As a kid, all I thought about was death.
- Newswise6 days ago
When a student in a University of Delaware study watched a video of someone else's hand being touched, she felt the touch on her own hand. About two in 100 people have this condition called ...