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Katherina Kokinova

English, Polish
Assistant Prof.

Philology,

Vladimir Nabokov, Witold Gombrowicz, Comparative Literature. The self-reflection in Nabokovs and Gombrowiczs work; self-interpretation in forewords, afterwords, self-reviews; instructing the reader; Authors and interpreters freedom and imprisonment in metafiction; the authors voice and image
Articles
Is Self-reflective Discourse a Mission (Im)possible? Kokinova, K.

2013
: Bulgarian
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF BRACKETS IN GOMBROWICZS AND NABOKOVS WORKS? Katherina B. Kokinova
This paper deals with the role of the text within brackets in Witold Gombrowiczs and Vladimir Nabokovs work. What does the wedged in and set off by brackets serve for beyond its ordinary use (for clarification, additional expression, additional meaning and evaluation)? The enclosed within brackets could serve as an accompanying story, as an initiation to a secret, as well as foreseeing, self-reflexive, justifying, negotiating, or re-certifying word. The reader also occurs to be within brackets simultaneously present (in brackets) and absent from the text.
2013 Orbis Linguarum 11/1
: English
2014 Churchill College, Cambridge University
Vladimir Nabokov and the Art of Giving Instructions BASEES Annual Conference
2014 MISHA (Strasbourg University)
Training the Reader by Means of Self-reflection CHERCHEURS EN CHANTIER: Doctoral Day on Vladimir Nabokov organized by the French Nabokov Society
2014 Buenos Aires, Bibilioteca Nacional
To Think of the Image: Gombrowicz & Nabokov First Gombrowicz Congress
2013 Sofia University
The Fugitive Author: Gombrowicz and Nabokov Enlightenment VS Ideology
2012 Sofia University
Self-reflection by Means of Auto-polemics The Invisible School

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