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Lolita, Nabokov's darkly comic 1955 bestseller about a European professor's sexual obsession with a precocious American twelve-year-old girl and the murder his passion for her drives him to commit.

Pale Fire, the much-praised 1962 novel by Nabokov that consists of a 999 line poem by the late poet John Shade, together with the odd foreword and scholarly commentary of an unhinged Shade scholar.

Before the Deluge: A Portrait of Berlin in the 1920s (1972) explores various social, cultural, and scientific developments in Berlin between World Wars I and II.

The Stories of Vladimir Nabokov, a 1995 collection of fifty-four stories and sketches (including "A Guide to Berlin") previously published in earlier collections plus eleven stories translated from Russian for the first time.

Sally Bowles, 1937, by Christopher Isherwood. Collection of well-known stories about bohemian life in Berlin in the 1930s. Source for the film "Cabaret."

Goodbye to Berlin, 1939, by Christopher Isherwood...

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