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Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977 (Personal Name)

Preferred form: Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977
Used for/see from:
  • Sirin, Vladimir, 1899-1977
  • Sirin, Vl. (Vladimir), 1899-1977
  • Sirin, V. (Vladimir), 1899-1977
  • Nabokoff-Sirin, Wladimir, 1899-1977
  • Sirin, Wladimir Nabokoff-, 1899-1977
  • Nabokov, Vladimir, 1899-1977
  • Shishkov, Vasiliĭ, 1899-1977
  • Набоков, Владимир Владимирович, 1899-1977
  • Набоков, Владимир, 1899-1977
  • נאבוקוב, ולאדימיר ולאדימירוביץ׳, 1899-1977
  • נאבוקוב, ולאדימיר, 1899-1977
  • נבוקוב, ולדימיר, 1899-1977
  • 納布可夫, 1899-1977

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Author's Sie kommt-kommt sie? 1929.

His Lectures on Don Quixote, 1984, c1983: CIP t.p. (Vladimir Nabokov)

His Stikhi, 1994: cover (Fedor Godunov-Cherdynt︠s︡ev)

Wikipedia, May 1, 2013 (Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich; b. April 10 (22), 1899; d. July 2, 1977)

His Stikhotvorenii︠a︡ 1929-1951, 1952: p. [5] (the first 7 poems presented here were published in emigre journals under the pseudonym V. Sirin, the next two under the pseudonym Vasiliĭ Shishkov [cataloger's paraphrase])

Encyclopedia of world biography, 1998: (Vladimir Nabokov; b. Apr. 23, 1899? in St. Petersburg Russia; d. July 2, 1977 Montreaux [Montreux], Switzerland); The Russian-born American poet, fiction writer, critic, and butterfly expert Vladimir Nabokov (1899-1977), one of the most highly acclaimed novelists of his time, was noted for his sensuous and lyrical descriptions, verbal games and experimental narrative style, and his carefully structured and intricate plots)

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