Signs and Symbols  

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"Signs and Symbols" is a short story by Vladimir Nabokov, written in English in 1946, and first published in The New Yorker and then in Nabokov's Dozen (1958: Doubleday & Company, Garden City, New York).

In The New Yorker, the story was published under the title "Symbols and Signs", a decision by the editor Katharine White. Nabokov returned the title to his original "Signs and Symbols" when republishing the story.

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