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If Lolita Could Tell : Echoes of Nabokov in Kazuki Sakuraba’s My Man
Rafael Vinícius Martins
The Journal of Japanese Language Literature Studies. 2019;8(1):211-230.   Published online 2019 June 30    DOI:

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If Lolita Could Tell : Echoes of Nabokov in Kazuki Sakuraba’s My Man
Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies. 2019;8(1):211-230   Crossref logo
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