Program:

10.00-10.25
Svetlana Polsky (Gothenburg University)
Автонарратив в рассказе Набокова ”Пасхальный дождь”.
10.30- 10.55
Eugenia Kelbert (Higher School of Economics, Moscow)
Visualizing Mademoiselle O's Emigration Trajectory: a Stylometric Approach.
11.00-11-25
Anna Ljunggren (Stockholm University)
Nabokov’s ”Mademoiselle O”(1936) and Jakobsonian Phatic Function of the Language in Translingual Writing.
11.30 -11.55
Julie Hansen (Uppsala University)
Mademoiselle O and Pnin as Shipwrecked Strangers: Some Observations on Nostalgia.
Lunch 14.00-15.00
Timeline: (Eugenia Kelbert, Julie Hansen, Anna Ljunggren):
”Пасхальный дождь” (1924) EK – Защита Лужина (1930) AL–”Mademoiselle O” (1936) AL – The Real Life of Sebastian Knight (1938-1939) AL – ”Mademoiselle O”(1943) JH – Conclusive Evidence (1951) JH– Другие берега (1954)AL– Speak, Memory (1966) EK– Ada (1969) AL.
Coffee
15.30 -16.30
Roundtable: Between Memory and Fiction (Eugenia Kelbert moderator)