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<strong>Nabokov</strong> was self-involved, even callous. His fiction isn't praised for its compassion. But was he so uncaring as to leave a wounded man to die?

Nabokov was self-involved, even callous. His fiction isn't praised for its compassion. But was he so uncaring as to leave a wounded man to die?Continue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily Full article:<strong>Nabokov</strong> was self-involved, even callous. His fiction isn't praised for its compassion. But was he so uncaring as to leave a wounded man to die? Read more [...]
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