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Books Like Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov | Suggesting Reading

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What Do I Read Next?

Death in Venice (1913), by Thomas Mann, is a tragic tale of an acclaimed author's obsession for a young boy and an exploration of the nature of beauty.

Nabokov's 1962 Pale Fire, a hilarious look at a different kind of obsession, presents a brilliant parody of literary scholarship.

Speak Memory (1951), by Nabokov, is a moving account of his life and family

Nabokov wrote Lolita: A Screenplay for the 1962 film version of his novel. Stanley Kubrick rewrote much of it when he transferred it to the screen.

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