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The Russian-born author has amazing control of the English language--his jaw-dropping prose comes through powerfully on this audiotape (though some scholars believe the novel symbolizes Nabokov's internal struggle with the English language). Regardless of whether you condemn or condone the classic, listening to this audio rendition is a must. --Gina Kaysen (Running time: 11.5 hours) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This is just a beautiful book, very well written with an extremely compelling story.
Due to Nabokov's eloquent, intelligent and much layered prose, Lolita is one of the greatest, most tragic yet strangest love stories of all time.
"Lolita" is so good, it makes you love a pedophile. there isn't much else I can say other than: "go read it."
So disturbing, and unlikable characters, but I had to keep reading to see if justice was served.Published 17 hours ago by Courtney Salmon
This book made me question my own morality.
The main character almost convinces me that what he is doing is okay. Read more
Poor binding for an Everyman, seems like they are cutting corners on books less than 400 pages by only using glue.Published 3 days ago by Andres Garza
I know this is supposed to be a classic of modern literature, but the main character is utterly irredeemable, the writing florrid. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Paige Keating
HH is pathetic. Dolores is a brat. I absolutely hate these characters but still couldn't put the book down. These characters are fun to hate.Published 9 days ago by K. P. Klima