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How I Learned to Drive, published in 1997, is available by itself from Dramatists Play Service, Inc. It is also bound with Vogel's follow-up play, The Mineola Twins, in a 1998 book called The Mammary Plays from Theatre Communications Group.

Vogel's earlier plays are available from Theatre Communications Group in a 1996 book called The Baltimore Waltz and Other Plays. In addition to the title work, this book includes Hot 'N' Throbbin, And Baby Makes Seven, The Oldest Profession, and Desdemona.

Paula Vogel has said in interviews that this play is an attempt to look at Lolita from the other side. The 1954 novel Lolita, by Vladimir Nabakov, has become a modern classic. It is about a middle-aged European man who becomes obsessed with a twelve-year-old American girl. The book is currently available in several editions, including Vintage Press's The Annotated Lolita, with notes by Alfred Appel, published in...

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