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  • Wikipedia: Lolita
    User-created article about the novel Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov, featuring a plot summary, background on the publication and reception, and film adaptations.
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lolita
  • Lolita: The Movie (1997)@
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Forbidden_Love/Lolita__1997_
  • Zembla: The Lolita Effect
    A collection of essays, interviews, and reviews of Nabokov's controversial novel, Lolita, and its cinematic adaptations.
    www.libraries.psu.edu/nabokov/loleff.htm
  • Lolita: The Movie (1962)@
    Discover Lolita, the 1962 movie adaptation of the classic novel written by Vladimir Nabokov. Sites feature cast list, extended credits, images, audio clips, and reviews of the influential Stanley Kubrick classic about a middle-aged professor who is obsessed with a 14-year old girl.
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Forbidden_Love/Lolita__1962_
  • NPR: 50 Years Later, 'Lolita' Still Seduces Readers
    Listen to an NPR program on the legacy of the novel Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov.
    www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4846479
  • New York Times: Time Has Been Kind to the Nymphet
    By Erica Jong. A reflection on Lolita, thirty years after its initial publication. Registration required.
    www.nytimes.com/books/97/07/20/reviews/16009.html
  • Lolita: The Poerotic Novel
    Book review by Maurice Couturier.
    www.libraries.psu.edu/nabokov/coutur1.htm
  • Even Homais Nods
    Nabokov's fallibility, or, how to revise Lolita.
    www.libraries.psu.edu/nabokov/boyd1.htm
  • Bookrags: Lolita
    Subscription-based service that provides access to plot summaries, critical essays, and quotes for the novel Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov.
    www.bookrags.com/Lolita
  • Salon.com Audio: Vladimir Nabokov
    Clip of Jeremy Irons reading from Lolita.
    www.salon.com/audio/2000/10/05/nabokov/index.html
  • Nabakov at Cornell: Celebrating Lolita's Fiftieth Anniversary
    Provides background information on how Nabokov was influenced by Cornell University and Ithaca, NY while writing the famous novel Lolita.
    rmc.library.cornell.edu/lolita/introduction
 




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