Lolita - Part 1, Chapters 24-33 Summary & Analysis

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H.H. leaves Ramsdale obsessed with "ethical doubts and fears." Having kept Lolita away from wedding and funeral, he plans to pick Lolita up at camp, saying her mother is undergoing a serious operation, take her sleepily from inn to inn, and eventually tell her Charlotte is dead.

H.H. spends the afternoon in Parkington buying beautiful skirts, scanties, and swimming suits for Lolita. He ends his shopping spree by buying an elegant valise to hold all his purchases. He wires ahead for a room near the camp with twin beds and, nervous about how to word their relationships, mistakenly signs it "Homberg." At camp, the director gives a report of Lolita's camp behavior and commiserates about Charlotte's (supposed) illness.

Settle in the car, Lolita asks dutifully about her mother. H.H. says the doctors do not know what the trouble is yet...

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