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Additional Resources for Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov

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Martin Anus, review in The Atlantic, September, 1992 Analyzes Humbert's psyche and the effect he has on others in his life, including Lolita, as well as acts of cruelty and moral issues in Lolita

Roger Angell, "Lo Love, High Romance," The New Yorker, August 25 & September 1, 1997, pp. 156-59.

Revisits the novel as a new movie version is released in 1997.

Frank S. Meyer, review in National Review, December 11, 1995

Examines   Nabokov's   intentions   behind  writing Lolita

Rex Werner, "'Lolita' Gets Old Waiting for a Date," Variety, June 2, 1997

Discusses the controversy surrounding the distribution of the 1997 film version of Lolita.

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