Quotation by Vladimir Nabokov

Although I had been scribbling in English all my literary life in the margin, so to say, of my Russian writings, [Despair] was my first serious attempt (not counting a wretched poem in a Cambridge University review, circa 1920) to use English for what may be loosely termed an artistic purpose.
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