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Old 02-01-2013, 02:12 AM   #173
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Originally Posted by issybird View Post
Nabokov became an American in 1945, Lolita was written in English and the setting is a trip across the USA. I don't see how by any criterion it could be considered to be anything but an American work. I admit it, some books are hard to slot, but not this one!
The wording is, "Nominations can be set in any region, but they should be written by an author from that region." It would be up to the group to decide if the author is appropriate during nominations and voting. Do you really think Nabokov would qualify as being from the U.S.?

The thread and one-day region poll will be up soon, by the way.

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