Lolita
Lolita


Vladimir Nabokov


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The Stories of Vladimir Nabokov
Vladimir Nabokov
These stories, written between the early 1920s to the mid-1950s, reveal the fascinating progress of Nabokov's early development as they remind us that we are in the presence of a magnificent original, a genuine master. Edited by his son and...



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Ada, or Ardor
A Family Chronicle
Vladimir Nabokov
Published two weeks after his seventieth birthday, Ada, or Ardor is one of Nabokov's greatest masterpieces, the glorious culmination of his career as a novelist. It tells a love story troubled by incest. But more: it is also at once a fairy tale...



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Laughter in the Dark
Vladimir Nabokov
"Nabokov writes prose the only way it should be written that is, a ecstatically." -- John Updike Albinus, a respectable, middle-aged man and aspiring filmmaker, abandons his wife for a lover half his age: Margot, who wants to become a movie star...



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Transparent Things
Vladimir Nabokov
A novel of dreams, memory and the past recaptured; murder, madness, imprisonment...and a final sentimental...



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Pnin
Vladimir Nabokov
Pnin is a professor of Russian at an American college who takes the wrong train to deliver a lecture in a language he cannot master. Pnin is a tireless lover who writes to his treacherous Liza: "A genius needs to keep so much in store, and thus cannot...



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Pale Fire
Vladimir Nabokov
Like Lolita, Vladimir Nabokov's Pale Fire is a masterpiece that imprisons us inside the mazelike head of a mad émigré. Yet Pale Fire is more outrageously hilarious, and its narrative convolutions make the earlier book seem as straightforward as a...