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The Man from the USSR and Other Plays is a collection of four dramas by the Russian writer Vladimir Nabokov, first published in 1984. The plays were collected and translated from the original Russian by Nabokov’s son, Dmitri Nabokov after his father’s death. The volume consists of the plays ‘The Pole’ (‘Polyus’, written 1923), ‘The Man from the USSR’ (‘Chelovek is SSSR’, written 1926), ‘The Event’ (‘Sobytie’, written 1938) and ‘The Granddad’ (‘Dedushka’).

The Man From The USSR

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‘The Pole’ is a one-act play in blank verse. It was written in 1923, when Nabokov was working as a farm laborer in France and was first published August 14 and 16 in Rul’ (The Rudder), a Russian newspaper of which Nabokov’s father had become editor in 1920.[3] It was a response to Scott’s diaries, which Nabokov had seen in the British Museum some years earlier. It depicts the deaths of the last four members of Scott’s crew, on their 1911/1912 expedition to the South Pole. Dmitri Nabokov described them, in the collection, as a ‘deliberately free synthesis […], not a journalistic reproduction’.

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Name Of the Novel: The Man From The USSR
Author: Vladimir Nabokov
Country: France
Language: English
Genre: Novel
Publication date: 1984
Media type: Print
Pages: 342
ISBN: 978-0-15-156882-6
Book Type: Pdf / ePub

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