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|Iṣẹ́||Novelist, lepidopterist, professor|
|Literary movement||Modernism, Postmodernism|
|Notable works||The Real Life of Sebastian Knight (1941)|
Pale Fire (1962)
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Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]
- Nabokov said, "I do not believe that any particular writer has had any definite influence on me." (Strong Opinions, p. 46.) The list given aboveÀdàkọ:Clarify includes writers whom he admired (including Mayne Reid, whose work Nabokov admired as a child) and writers he alluded to in fiction (such as Poe). Such a list might be extended greatly.