<strong>The Nabokovs</strong> were "Zelig-like figures of twentieth-century catastrophe." They were wanderers, by necessity and maybe inclination. Memory was what rooted them&nbsp;

The Nabokovs were &quot;Zelig-like figures of twentieth-century catastrophe.&quot; They were wanderers, by necessity and maybe inclination. Memory was what rooted
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The Nabokovs were "Zelig-like figures of twentieth-century catastrophe." They were wanderers, by necessity and maybe inclination. Memory was what rooted them 

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