|I feel I understand
Existence, or at least a minute part
Of my existence, only through my art,
In terms of combinational delight;
And if my private universe scans right,
So does the verse of galaxies divine
Which I suspect is an iambic line. (11. 971-77)
— Pale Fire
Braffort, Paul. Nabokov oulipien.... 2002.
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Fugue No. 4: C-Sharp minor: Well-Tempered Clavier Book II (Bach fugue, with commentary, also on Nabokov)
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"Symbols and Signs," The New Yorker, May 15, 1948.
Zembla web site
Vladimir Nabokov - Vikipedio
"Muziko," tradukis Grigori Arosev, en Rusaj amnoveloj (Jekaterinburg: Sezonoj, 2000), p. 19-22. (Rusa Literaturo; 7)
El Kosmo Vidas Mi Nenion” de Ludmila Silnova
Pala Fajro, tradukis/adaptis Meva Maron, La Kromkancerkliniko, n-ro 7 (suplemento al La Kancerkliniko, n-ro 52, 1989)
(Ŝlosilvortoj: sciencfikcio, artefaritaj lingvoj, ars combinatoria, kombinatorio, rakonta strukturo, Martin Gardner, ludo)
“Mathematical Games: Counting
Systems and the Relationship between Numbers and the Real World”
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Martin Gardner (October 21, 1914 – May 22, 2010)
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Esperanto & Interlinguistics Study Guide / Retgvidilo pri Esperanto & Interlingvistiko
ars combinatoria @ Ĝirafo
Martin Gardner @ ‘Reason & Society’ blog
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