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Lecture: Truth, Beauty — and Violence: Vladimir Nabokov, John Keats, and the Unmentionable. Dr. Stanislav Shabrin, UNC

Lecture: Truth, Beauty — and Violence: Vladimir Nabokov, John Keats, and the Unmentionable. Dr. Stanislav Shabrin, UNC

Truth, Beauty — and Violence: Vladimir Nabokov, John Keats, and the Unmentionable. Thurs, April 11, HSS 51, 4:00-5:00pm. Dr. Stanislav Shvabrin (UNC Chapel Hill) A student of the dialogic dimension of literary translation, Stanislav Shvabrin will discuss the ways in which Vladimir Nabokov’s depiction of sexual violence in Lolita (1955) evinces Nabokov’s debt to his interlocutor John Keats. Sponsored by the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures and the Department of English

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