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Alfred Appel Jr., The Annotated Lolita, McGraw, 1970

Anthony Burgess, The Novel Now A Guide to Contemporary Fiction, Norton, 1967.

Catholic World, October, 1958.

Kirkus Reviews, June 5, 1958

Andrew Field, Nabokov His Life in Art, Little, Brown, 1967.

Library Journal, August, 1958.

Donald Malcolm, review in The New Yorker, November 8, 1958.

Donald E. Morton, Vladimir Nabokov, Unger, 1974.

Orville Prescott, review in The New York Times, August 18, 1958.

Lewis Vogler, review in San Francisco Chronicle, August 24, 1958.

Mathew Winston, "'Lolita' and the Dangers of Fiction," Twentieth Century Literature, December, 1975, pp 421-27

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