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Lolita Summary

Summary: An in-depth summary of Vladamir Nabakov's "Lolita."
Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita is written as a confession by Humbert Humbert, the book's narrator. He is incarcerated for the murder of a man named Clare Quilty. Humbert was married once before this happened, to a woman named Valeria, who divorced him the day before they emigrated to America from France to be with another man. When he gets to America, Humbert finds that the house that he was supposed to be staying at has burned down, so he goes to check out Charlotte Haze's house in Ramsdale, New Hampshire. Humbert is going to be working as a translator at Beardsley College. Charlotte is immediately attracted to Humbert and she tries very hard to get him to rent the place. It is not until she shows him to the garden where her daughter, Dolores, was sitting by the pool, that he decides he definitely wants to live there. Humbert...

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