This is a list of works by writer Vladimir Nabokov.
Novels and novellas
Novels and novellas written in Russian
- (1926) Mashen'ka (Машенька); English translation: Mary (1970)
- (1928) Korol', dama, valet (Король, дама, валет); English translation: King, Queen, Knave (1968)
- (1930) Zashchita Luzhina (Защита Лужина); English translation: The Luzhin Defense or The Defense (1964) (also adapted to film, The Luzhin Defence, in 2000)
- (1930) Sogliadatay (Соглядатай (The Voyeur)), novella; first publication as a book 1938; English translation: The Eye (1965)
- (1932) Podvig (Подвиг (Deed)); English translation: Glory (1971)
- (1933) Kamera Obskura (Камера Обскура); English translations: Camera Obscura (1936), Laughter in the Dark (1938)
- (1934) Otchayanie (Отчаяние); English translation: Despair (1937, 1965)
- (1936) Priglashenie na kazn' (Приглашение на казнь (Invitation to an execution)); English translation: Invitation to a Beheading (1959)
- (1938) Dar (Дар); English translation: The Gift (1963)
- (Unpublished novella, written in 1939) Volshebnik (Волшебник); English translation: The Enchanter (1985)
Novels written in English
Short story collections
Uncollected short stories
- (c. 1921) "Natasha". The New Yorker, June 9 & 16, 2008
- (1923-01-07) "The Word". The New Yorker, December 26, 2005
- (1926, Summer) "The Man Stopped". Harper's Magazine, March 1, 2015
- (1948) "Colette". The New Yorker, July 31, 1948
- (1916) Stikhi ("Poems"). Sixty-eight poems in Russian.
- (1918) Al'manakh: Dva Puti (An Almanac: Two Paths"). Twelve poems by Nabokov and eight by Andrei Balashov, in Russian.
- (1922) Grozd ("The Cluster"). Thirty-six poems in Russian, by "V. Sirin".
- (1923) Gornii Put' ("The Empyrean Path"). One hundred and twenty-eight poems in Russian, by "Vl. Sirin".
- (1929) Vozvrashchenie Chorba ("The Return of Chorb"). Fifteen short stories and twenty-four poems, in Russian, by "V. Sirin".
- (1952) Stikhotvoreniia 1929–1951 ("Poems 1929–1951") Fifteen poems in Russian.
- (1959) Poems. The contents were later incorporated within Poems and Problems.
- (1969) Poems and Problems (a collection of poetry and chess problems). The contents were later incorporated within Selected Poems.
- (1979) Stikhi ("Poems"). Two hundred and twenty-two poems in Russian.
- (2012) Selected Poems
From French into Russian
From English into Russian
From Russian into English
- (1944) Three Russian Poets: Selections from Pushkin, Lermontov, and Tyutchev. Expanded British ion: Pushkin, Lermontov, Tyutchev: Poems (1947)
- (1958) A Hero of Our Time, by Mikhail Lermontov. (Collaboration with his son Dmitri.)
- (1960) The Song of Igor's Campaign: An Epic of the Twelfth Century
- (1964) Eugene Onegin, by Aleksandr Pushkin, in prose. Includes "Notes on Prosody". Revised ion (1975).
- (2008) Verses and Versions (ed by Brian Boyd and Stanislav Shvabrin), includes materials previously published in Three Russian Poets (1945) and Pushkin, Lermontov, Tyutchev (1947) as well as unpublished materials.
Autobiographical and other
- (1949) "Curtain-Raiser". The New Yorker 24/45 (1 January 1949): 18-21.
- (1951) Conclusive Evidence: A Memoir - first version of Nabokov's autobiography. (British ion titled Speak, Memory: A Memoir)
- (1954) Drugie Berega (Другие берега, "Other Shores") - revised version of the autobiography
- (1967) Speak, Memory: An Autobiography Revisited - final revised and extended ion of Conclusive Evidence. It includes information on his work as a lepidopterist.
- (1973) Strong Opinions. Interviews, reviews, letters to ors.
- (1979) The Nabokov–Wilson Letters Letters between Nabokov and Edmund Wilson
- (1984) Perepiska s Sestroi (Переписка с Сестрой (Correspondence with the Sister)) Correspondence between Nabokov and Helene Sikorski; also includes some letters to his brother Kirill
- (1987) Carrousel. Three long-forgotten short texts that had recently been rediscovered.
- (1989) Selected Letters
- (2001) Dear Bunny, Dear Volodya: The Nabokov–Wilson Letters, 1940–1971. A revised and augmented ion of The Nabokov–Wilson Letters.
- (2014) Letters to Véra. Nabokov's letters to Véra Slonim, beginning in 1921 and extending through their marriage.
- (2017) Conversations with Vladimir Nabokov. Collection of interviews.
- Boyd, Brian, ed. Vladimir Nabokov, Novels and Memoirs 1941–1951 (Library of America, 1996) ISBN 978-1-883011-18-5
- Boyd, Brian, ed. Vladimir Nabokov, Novels 1955–1962 (Library of America, 1996) ISBN 978-1-883011-19-2
- Boyd, Brian, ed. Vladimir Nabokov, Novels 1969–1974 (Library of America, 1996) ISBN 978-1-883011-20-8