About this book
Vladimir Nabakov considers the novelist's aesthetic precepts and practice and the distinctive character of his work and the book also gives consideration of his fiction in the larger context of the modernist and postmodernist enterprise. It analyses the importance of the novels' challenges to all sorts of aesthetic and moral presumptions (including some of Nabakov's own). Readers are thus encouraged to draw their own conclusions about the issues raised in Nabakov's work.
fiction novel Vladimir Nabokov