Brian Boyd

Brian Boyd writes: No one has felt more passion than Nabokov for the radiance of a personal past, and no one has recollected the past with more precision. That alone would suffice to place his autobiography among the greatest ever written. But above all, [Speak,Memory] is the most artistic of all autobiographies. "The meeting point." as Nabokov himself defines it."of an impersonal art form and a very personal life story" Do you agree with this assessment? If you do, please discuss {{at least}} three concrete examples from {{at least}} three different chaptersm of how these points are illustrative of Nabokov’s autobiography. If you don’t agree, discuss at least 3 concrete examples from at least 3 different chapters of where it falls short. Please make sure you use and incorporate the article from the COMPANION on his art of autobiography

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