Vladimir Nabokov literary criticism
Hungerford, Amy. “Lecture 5 – Vladimir Nabokov Lolita.” The first of three Yale Univ. video lectures on Nabokov. “Lecture 6 – Vladimir Nabokov. On Modernism and Nabokov’s relation to earlier writers T. S. Eliot, James Joyce, and Marcel Proust. "Lecture 7 – Vladimir Nabokov Lolita (cont).” Yale Open Courses, ENGL 291, “The American Novel Since 1945.”
“Vladimir Nabokov, The Art of Fiction.” Interview by Herbert Gold. The Paris Review 41 (1967).
“Nabokov’s Butterflies,” by Brian Boyd. The Atlantic Monthly April 2000.
“Nabokov Under Glass.” Web exhibition drawn from the Nabokov Archive at the New York Public Library.
“Selected Poems: The Essential Nabokov in Verse.” A review and excerpt, from National Public Radio, 12 May 2012.
“The Strange Case of Pushkin and Nabokov.” A review, by Edmund Wilson, of Eugene Onegin, A Novel in Verse by Alexandr Pushkin. Translated from the Russian, with a commentary, by Vladimir Nabokov. In the New York Review of Books 1965.
“100 Years Vladimir Nabokov.” Nabokov’s books, biography, a timeline, discussion questions, etc. Also novelist Martin Amis on Lolita.From Nabokov’s publisher Random House.
Cornwell, Neil. “Vladimir Nabokov.” An introduction to Nabokov from the Literary Encyclopedia 21 March 2002. On The Man from the USSR and Other Plays (1923); The Return of Chorb (1925); Mary (1926); Invitation to a Beheading (1936); The Waltz Invention (1938); The Gift (1938); The Real Life of Sebastian Knight (1941); Lolita (1955); Speak, Memory: An Autobiography Revisited (1967); The Enchanter [subscription service].