Publisher: Vintage International
Pages no: 317
What can I say, when Marilyn Monroe has already said it all.http://alittleteaalittlechat.wordpress.com/2013/10/03/lolita-by-vladimir-nabokov/
At times simply tremendous, at other times mind-numbingly self-absorbed and over-indulgent, this is likely at least partially Menippean satire. Not 100% sure of the target of the satire yet, but the markers are present. The frame is that the narrative is the narrator's confession, with constant as...
I judge people by how much this book means to them. No joke.Yes, the writing is lyrical. Yes, Nabokov is a great writer. But the subject matter remains creepy as hell. No amount of textual evidence or reasonable persuasion will convince me that this book is not creepy as hell.Usually, prose comes be...
I always wanted to read this book after I read Dispair in college. It took me a really time to read it feel I will have to reread it in the future. I couldn't get in to it and don't think I enjoyed it as much as I could have.
One of the most beautifully written novels in the English language tells one of the creepiest stories ever written.
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