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Katherina Kokinova est une doctorante bulgare en littérature slave. Elle travaille sur les instructions de lecture données au sein de et à propos des œuvres de Nabokov et de Gombrowicz. Elle est particulièrement intéressée par la participation du lecteur et sa réaction à ces instructions, car sa première rencontre avec Lolita de Nabokov finit par la mettre en colère du fait des instructions d’interprétation qui sont données dans le roman. Depuis ce jour elle développe une relation compliquée avec ses œuvres géniales-et-pénibles.

Katherina Kokinova is a PhD candidate in Slavic literature from Bulgaria, working on the instructions given within and about Nabokov's and Gombrowicz's oeuvre. She is particularly interested in the reader participation and reaction to those instructions, because her first encounter with Nabokov's Lolita resulted in her being angry with him giving her instructions on interpretation. From that moment on she has been having a complicated relationship with his lovely-and-annoying works.

 

Articles & recensions

“What Is the Usage of Brackets in the Works of Gombrowicz and Nabokov?” [en anglais] – Linguistic World, Blagoevgrad, 2013, vol. 11, book 1, p.85-88.

“Immortality Engraved: Nabokov, Gombrowicz, Kundera” [en anglais]. – In: Event and Immortality in Languages, Literatures and Philosophy, Sofia, 2013, 564-567.

“Directing Memory: Nabokov & Gombrowicz” [en bulgare]. – Proceedings of Languages of Memory, Sofia, 2014, 329-334.

“Self-reflection by Means of Auto-polemics”. [en bulgare] – The Literature, issue 12/2012, pp. 126-134.

“Is Self-reflective Discourse a Mission (Im)possible?” [en bulgare] – In: Is Discourse a Mission (Im)possible? Plovdiv, 2013, p. 244-250.

“The (Non)Transparent Nabokov” [sur l'édition bulgare de La Transparence des choses]. – Literary Newspaper, issue 11 (2013/03/20-2013/03/26), p. 7.

“Mystifications of the Instructing Voice” [en bulgare]. – In: Truth, Mystifications, Lie in Slavic Literatures, Languages and Cultures, Sofia, 2011, p. 527-532.

“I Write, therefore I Exist”. – In: The Territories of Comparative Literary Studies (sous presse).

“Preface Self-Readings or How W. Gombrowicz and V. Nabokov Read Their Texts in the Prefaces to Ferdydurke and Lolita” [en bulgare]. – In: The First National Slavic Students’ Conference, Sofia, 2009, р. 41-44.



Direction d'ouvrages:

The NABOKOVian, a special issue of Literary newspaper on Vladimir Nabokov, issue 23/2013 (co-editor with Kamelia Spassova and Maria Kalinova).

Nabokov, Vladimir. Laughter in the Dark. Sofia : Colibri, 2013.

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