Aesthetic Bliss:The Way for Nabokov to Freedom

Shao-ru TAN

Abstract


The American writer, Vladimir Nabokov, immersed himself in Art for all his life. He insisted that Art was the way to a better realm of life. He also insisted that Art could bring him a thrill from the vertebra. This kind of thrill was the Aesthetic Bliss he named. Aesthetic Bliss was the way for Nabokov to freedom. Because of this way to freedom, Nabokov had really effaced the ambit between imagination and reality, and depicted lots of characters as free as Pnin.

Key Wards: Nabokov; Aesthetic Bliss; Freedom

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ccc.1923670020090502.002

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