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Essay | An Interpretation of Nabokov's Recognition of America Throughout Lolita

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An Interpretation of Nabokov's Recognition of America Throughout Lolita

Summary: Essay discusses the parallels between Vladimir Nabokov's book Lolita and his own life.  It deals with his feelings about America.  
An interpretation of Nabokov's Recognition of America throughout Lolita

Lolita is a tale of chronic molestation. The book written, by Vladimir Nabokov, originates in France where a young Humbert Humbert experiences his first love, Annabel, who dies at the tender age of thirteen from typhus. Humbert's first sexual encounter with the young girl sparks a passion that dictates the remainder of his life. From her death forth, Humbert searches incessantly to recapture Annabel's essence of youth and beauty, or her "nymphet-like" qualities. Throughout his first marriage to Valerie, his many mistresses, and a second marriage to Claudia Haze, Humbert remains a slave to the idea of possessing another nymphet. Finally, he finds exactly what he is looking for, he finds Lolita.

Dolores Haze is a beautiful, slender girl of all but twelve years. After divorcing his first wife and immigrating to...

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