Putnam, 1966. First Edition, thus (revised 1951 edition.) Very good condition in protective mylar. Black cloth boards stamped in gilt at spine, Author's initials blindstamped on front cover, in white black red and green dustjacket. A reissue "Revised" of Conclusive Evidence (1951), Nabokov's account of his childhood and youth as a sophisticated refugee from the Russian revolution, and his later emigre existence. This particular first edition, now quite uncommon. 316 pages.