Gennady Barabtarlo

Gennady Barabtarlo is professor of literature at the University of Missouri and the author of a number of books on Nabokov. Barabtarlo has also translated into Russian three of Nabokov’s novels and all of his English-language short stories. He lives in Columbia, Missouri.


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“But Maybe?”: Immortality, Time, and Nabokov’s Dream Diary


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