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Additional Resources for A Guide to Berlin by Vladimir Nabokov

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Further Reading

Field, Andrew. VN: The Life and Art of Vladimir Nabokov, Crown Publishers, 1986.

In a biographical study of Nabokov's life and work, Field provides a detailed treatment of Nabokov's life among the Russian emigres of Berlin in the 1920s.

Nabokov, Vladimir. Speak, Memory: An Autobiography Revisited, Vintage International, 1967.

Published when Nabokov was in his late sixties, this autobiography has been called "the finest autobiography written in our time."

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