Did you know...Literature is nothing we would typically associate with the Vogue brand today, but early issues of the US edition of the Vogue magazine regularly featured book reviews, original short stories, poetry and prose.
Vogue also published interviews with popular authors of the day such as the 1966 biographical review of Vladimir Nabokov. The piece was accompanied by iconic personal portraiture shot by photographer Irving Penn and the interviewer was herself an author and screenwriter, Penelope Gilliatt. Search the Vogue Archive to find more primary source material relevant to Nabokov or other writers.
The resources featured on Literature Online's author page for Nabokov are useful to students and researchers who require an introduction into Nabokov's work and life. It is also recommeded to check out the collections of works by and works about Nabokov in the Library Catalogue.