In 1964, Edmund Wilson published a 6,600-word on assault on Nabokov's translation of <em>Eugene Onegin</em>. Why did <strong>Wilson savage his friend</strong>?

In 1964, Edmund Wilson published a 6,600-word on assault on Nabokov&#39;s translation of Eugene Onegin. Why did Wilson savage his
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In 1964, Edmund Wilson published a 6,600-word on assault on Nabokov's translation of Eugene Onegin. Why did Wilson savage his friend?

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