Lolita - Study Guide Part 2, Chapters 18-22 Summary & Analysis

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Great thunderstorms follow as H.H. tries to shake the Detective Trapp in his Aztec Red convertible. H.H. cannot say when he is first positive that the red convertible is following them, but remembers his first clear view of the driver at a filling station talking with Lolita as though they have known each other for weeks. The next day, the red car is behind them and too powerful to outrun. In a factory town, a policeman lets H.H. through an intersection but halts Trapp.

Mona writes Lolita care of the Wace postmaster, describing the play's success with Linda standing in. Mona is going to Europe and may not be at Beardsley when Lolita returns. While H.H. reads the letter, Lolita vanishes—forever, he fears. He paces Main St., unable to ask a policeman for help, peers into the...

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