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Posts Tagged ‘Vladimir Nabokov’

Ralph Fiennes Reads Nabokov’s ‘University Poem’ August 1, 2012: In May, as we noted, London Review of Books published Vladimir Nabokov’s “University Poem,” excerpted from his Collected Poems, now available in the UK. But hark, a new development! [...] by

Vladimir Nabokov’s ‘The University Poem’ Published in Full at London Review of Books May 24, 2012: Bookforum points us to the London Review of Books, which has published, in full, Vladimir Nabokov’s “The University Poem,” an unpublished work by Vladimir Nabokov. Written in 1926, [...] by

The apocalypse, brought to you by the letters Y, A, L and E February 16, 2011: The Yale Daily News is republishing a dozen visions of the apocalypse commissioned from well known writers at a dollar a word (but because the editors were cash-strapped college kids in 1974, each [...] by

The emotional hang-ups of Google’s poetry translation software January 17, 2011: Google researcher Dmitriy Genzel talks to NPR’s All Things Considered about the advancements in training artificial intelligence to recognize, translate, and maintain the characteristics of [...] by