New York: Putnam's, 1966.
First revised edition.
First appearing in 1951, under the title Conclusive Evidence.
A revised edition of Nabokov's fascinating childhood in Russia before the revolution.
Nabokov remains one of the most elegant and funny writers of the last century.
He brings a delightful precision to every word, so that the reader cannot help being caught in a glittering web and seeing through his wise, sardonic eyes.
Hardcover, with slight creasing to jacket