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Basically what is the true meaning or theme of the novel other than pedophilia?
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How does Nabokov satirize the insipid banality of suburban America in Lolita?
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Where in the book Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov does Lolita die? I can't seem to find it and I have...
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Nabokov's interest in aesthetic escape might be another source of his distaste for...
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"I have somehow mixed up two events...but such suffusions of swimming colors are not to be...
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A critic says Nabokov's central theme is the "nature of the creative imagination and the solitary...
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Could Humbert and Rita's hotel room encounter with the oddly named Jack Humbertson, be another of...
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One critic suggests that it is ironic that Humbert in Lolita claims to be a champion of freedom...
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One critic of Lolita says of Humbert that neither the crime nor the affair makes much of a...
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Are there any logical inconsistencies in the plot of Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov?
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In Lolita, Nabokov likes to use dialogue based on information as yet unavailable to the reader,...
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In Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita, what is the significance of such titles as Fatherly Love and Never...
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Is Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov realistic, or as Nabokov would argue, fantastic and personal?
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Is Nabokov more defensible as an aesthete or as a humanist in regard to Lolita by Vladimir...
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How is Humbert able to use women as a means of control in Lolita?
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What are some general points that I can make in examining why Lolita was banned?
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On what page or chapter does Humbert talk about him being attractive to Lolita (when he says he...
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What is the tone and mood of the novel Lolita?
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What symbols are in Lolita? Are they archetypal images?
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What is the target of the satire in Nabokov's "Lolita"? I am not sure what Nabokov is attempting...
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Was the affection of Humbert towards the Lolita resulted by his old mate Annabel's early departure?
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In Lolita, what are some ethical issues besides if having sex with a 12 year old is right?
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Who is the victim in "Lolita"?
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Is "Lolita" really an innocent girl? If not, what are the circumstances that put her into the bad...
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