Pale Fire

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  21. ^ Chester, Alfred (November 1962). "Pale Fire, by Vladimir Nabokov". Commentary.  Reprinted in Chester, Alfred (1992). Looking for Genet: Literary Essays and Reviews. Black Sparrow Press. ISBN 0-87685-872-8.  Quoted by Page, Critical Heritage, p. 29.
  22. ^ Steiner, George (July 7, 1962). "Review of Pale Fire". Reporter: 42, 44–45.  Partially reprinted in Page, Critical Heritage, p. 140.
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  28. ^ Alter, Robert (1993). "Autobiography as Alchemy in Pale Fire". Cycnos 10: 135–41. 
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  32. ^ Appel, Alfred Jr. (ed.) (1991). The Annotated Lolita. New York: Vintage Books. ISBN 0-679-72729-9.  Appel's annotations to Lolita also address Pale Fire, and "in place of a note on the text", Appel reproduces the last two paragraphs of Kinbote's foreword, which discuss poetry and commentary.
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  37. ^ DeRewal, Tiffany; Roth, Matthew (2009). "John Shade's Duplicate Selves: An Alternative Shadean Theory of Pale Fire" (PDF). Nabokov Online Journal 3. Retrieved 2009-11-06. 
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  41. ^ McHale, Brian (1987). Postmodernist Fiction. London: Routledge. pp. 18–19. ISBN 0-415-04513-4. 
  42. ^ See also the archives of NABOKV-L for December 1997 and January 1998. That mailing list contains many discussions of Pale Fire.
  43. ^ Boyd notes that Swift's Battle of the Books contains "a malignant deity, call'd Criticism" that "dwelt on the Top of a snowy Mountain in Nova Zembla". Magic of Artistic Discovery, p. 79.
  44. ^ Hornick, Neil; Boyd, Brian (March 10, 2005). "Pale Fire and The Prisoner of Zenda". Retrieved 2008-01-19.  An exchange from NABOKV-L.
  45. ^ Nabokov, Speak, Memory
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  48. ^ Boyd (1999) reviews the resemblances.
  49. ^ a b c de Vries, Gerard (1991). "Fanning the Poet's Fire: Some Remarks on Nabokov's Pale Fire". Russian Literature Triquarterly 24: 239–267. 
  50. ^ Boyd, Magic of Artistic Discovery, pp. 278–279.
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  55. ^ http://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/NYA/NYA193909282.shtml
  56. ^ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Chapman
  57. ^ a b Roth, Matthew (2007). "Three Allusions in Pale Fire". The Nabokovian 58: 53–60. 
  58. ^ Boyd, Magic of Artistic Discovery, p. 271.
  59. ^ Socher, Abraham (July 1, 2005). Times Literary Supplement.  Missing or empty |title= (help). Full version available at Zembla.
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  62. ^ Shvabrin, Stanislav. "Nabokov's 'La Belle Dame Sans Merci': A Study in the Ethics and Effects of Literary Adaptation," Comparative Literature 65.1 (2013), pp. 117–118.
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