p>Nabokov's Ada: The Place of Consciousness explores the relationship between the obvious dazzle of Nabokov's style and the unsuspected depths of his thought before focusing on his richest and most surprising novel. This "stunning," "magnificent" first book by "the great man of Nabokov studies," which "provides not only the best commentary on [Ada], but also . . . a brilliant overview of Nabokov's metaphysics," has now been updated with a new preface, four additional chapters and two comprehensive new indexes.