Reading "Signs and Symbols" by Vladimir Nabokov
"Signs and Symbols" by Vladimir Nabokov, has been read in many different ways by many different readers. The story depicts a day in the life of Russian immigrants on the birthday of their mentally ill son. Critics may say it is a simple short story, a collage of signs and symbols or just a good author playing tricks on the reader. But in actuality this story is purposely filled with signs and symbols that the author randomly places to toy with those who overanalyze the text.
Early in the text Nabokov already starts placing events that seemingly foreshadow the story but should not be associ…
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