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  1. ^ Nabokov, Vladimir (1997). Lolita (Second Vintage International ed.). New York: Random House. p. 32. "Born 1935.)" 
  2. ^ Whelock, Abby (2008). Facts on File: Companion to the American Short Story. Infobase Publishing. p. 482. 
  3. ^ Prokhorov, Aleksandr Mikhaĭlovich (1982). Great Soviet encyclopedia, Volume 17. Macmillan. p. 292. 
  4. ^ Morris, Desmond (1983). The book of ages. J. Cape. p. 200. ISBN 9780224021661. 
  5. ^ Lanigan, Esther F.; Esther Stineman, Catherine Loeb (1979). Women's studies:a recommended core bibliography. Loeb Libraries Unlimited. p. 329. ISBN 9780872871960. 
  6. ^ Perkins, Michael (1992). The Secret Record: Modern Erotic Literature. Masquerade Books. pp. 106–108. ISBN 9781563330391. 
  7. ^ Curtis, Glenn Eldon (1992). Russia: a country study. DIANE Publishing Inc. p. 256. ISBN 9780844408668. 
  8. ^ Kon, Igor Semenovich (1993). Sex and Russian society. Indiana University Press. p. 35. ISBN 9780253332011.  The book is an anthology of essays edited by Igor Kon. The opening essay from which this quote is taken is by Kon himself.
  9. ^ Bradbury, Malcolm (1996). Dangerous pilgrimages: transatlantic mythologies and the novel. Viking. p. 451. ISBN 9780670866250. 
  10. ^ Schuman, Samuel (1979). Vladimir Nabokov, a reference guide. G. K. Hall. p. 30. 
  11. ^ Olsen, lance (1995). Lolita: a Janus text. Twayne Publishers. p. 143. ISBN 9780805783551. 
  12. ^ Afterword to Lolita Vintage edition p. 313.
  13. ^ Davies, Robertson. Lolita's Crime: Sex Made Funny. Retrieved 11 October 2010. 
  14. ^ Quoted in Levine, 1967.
  15. ^ Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita: a casebook by Ellen Pifer, p. 24
  16. ^ He said, she says: an RSVP to the male text by Mica Howe, Sarah Appleton Aguiar p. 132
  17. ^ Vladimir Nabokov: Lolita by Christine Clegg Chapter 5
  18. ^ Grove, Valerie (29 August 2009). "Brian Cox plays Humbert Humbert in Lolita". The Times (London). 
  19. ^ Quoted in the New York Times
  20. ^ See Over her dead body: death, femininity and the aesthetic by Elisabeth Bronfen p. 379
  21. ^ p. 60 of Random House edition
  22. ^ Eric Lemay. "Dolorous Laughter". p. 2. Retrieved 2 October 2012. 
  23. ^ 2nd audio portion of "50 Years Later, 'Lolita' Still Seduces Readers". NPR. Retrieved 30 January 2011. 
  24. ^ Azar Nafisi, Reading Lolita in Tehran (New York: Random House, 2003) p. 36.
  25. ^ Quoted by Leland de la Durantaye in The Boston Globe writing on the 50th anniversary of Lolita 28 August 2005. Requires subscription Leland de la Durantaye (28 August 2005). "The seduction". Boston Globe. Retrieved 5 February 2011. 
  26. ^ Brian Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1991; ISBN 0-691-06797-X), p.226.
  27. ^ Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years, pp. 220–21.
  28. ^ Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years, pp. 255, 262–63, 264.
  29. ^ Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years, p. 266.
  30. ^ Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years, pp. 266–67.
  31. ^ Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years, p. 292.
  32. ^ Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years, p. 293.
  33. ^ Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years, p. 295.
  34. ^ Boyd, Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years, p. 301.
  35. ^ Laurence W. Martin, "The Bournemouth Affair: Britain's First Primary Election", The Journal of Politics, Vol. 22, No. 4. (Nov. 1960), pp. 654–681.
  36. ^ Michael Juliar, Vladimir Nabokov: A Descriptive Bibliography (New York: Garland, 1986; ISBN 0-8240-8590-6), p.541.
  37. ^ Dieter E. Zimmer. "List of Lolita Editions". D-e-zimmer.de. Retrieved 11 October 2010. 
  38. ^ King, Steve. "Hurricane Lolita". barnesandnoble.com. Archived from the original on 29 August 2011. 
  39. ^ Kuzmanovich, Zoran; Galya Diment (2008). Approaches to teaching Nabokov's Lolita. Modern Language Association of America. ISBN 9780873529426. 
  40. ^ Nafisi, Azar (2008). Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books. Random House. p. 51. ISBN 9780812979305. 
  41. ^ Larmour, David Henry James (2002). Discourse and ideology in Nabokov's prose. Psychology Press. p. 133. ISBN 9780415286589. 
  42. ^ Boyd, Brian (2003). Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years. Princeton University Press. p. 230. ISBN 9780691024714. 
  43. ^ Essay appears in Jost, Walter; Wendy Olmsted (2004). A companion to rhetoric and rhetorical criticism. John Wiley & Sons. p. 230. ISBN 9781405101127. 
  44. ^ "100 best novels", Modern Library. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  45. ^ Letter dated 7 April 1947; in Dear Bunny, Dear Volodya: The Nabokov Wilson Letters, 1940–1971, ed. Simon Karlinsky (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001; ISBN 0-520-22080-3), p. 215.
  46. ^ The Annotated Lolita, p.360
  47. ^ a b The Annotated Lolita, p. 334.
  48. ^ Brian Boyd on Speak, Memory, Vladimir Nabokov Centennial, Random House, Inc.
  49. ^ The Annotated Lolita, p. 379.
  50. ^ Annotated Lolita p. 381
  51. ^ Bill Delaney, "Nabokov's Lolita", The Explicator 56, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 99 – 100.
  52. ^ Ben Dowell, "1940s sex kidnap inspired Lolita", The Sunday Times, 11 September 2005. Retrieved 14 November 2007.
  53. ^ ISBN 1-84467-038-4
  54. ^ "My Sin, My Soul... Whose Lolita?". On the Media. 16 September 2005. Retrieved 17 July 2011. 
  55. ^ Liane Hansen, "Possible Source for Nabokov's 'Lolita' ", Weekend Edition Sunday, 25 April 2004. Retrieved 14 November 2007.
  56. ^ Jonathan Lethem, "The Ecstasy of Influence: A Plagiarism", Harper's Magazine, February 2007. Retrieved 14 November 2007.
  57. ^ Juliar, Vladimir Nabokov: A Descriptive Bibliography, p. 221.
  58. ^ Lolita Random House 1997 p. 314
  59. ^ Lolita Random House 1997 p. 311
  60. ^ Lolita Random House 1997 p. 316
  61. ^ Lolita Random House 1997 p. 317
  62. ^ Peter Duval Smith, "Vladimir Nabokov on his life and work", The Listener, 22 November 1962, pp. 856–858. As reprinted in Strong Opinions (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1973; ISBN 0-07-045737-9), pp. 9–19.
  63. ^ Alvin Toffler, "Playboy interview: Vladimir Nabokov", Playboy, January 1964, pp. 35 et seq. As reprinted in Strong Opinions, pp. 20–45.
  64. ^ Jane Howard, "The master of versatility: Vladimir Nabokov: Lolita, languages, lepidoptery", Life, 20 November 1964, pp. 61 et seq. As reprinted in Strong Opinions, pp. 46–50.
  65. ^ "Postscript to the Russian edition of Lolita", translated by Earl D. Sampson
  66. ^ Taylor, Charles (29 May 1998). "Recent Movies: Home Movies: Nymphet Mania". Salon. Retrieved 25 March 2009. 
  67. ^ The parallel names are in the novel, the picture duplication is not.
  68. ^ Broadwayworld.com Lolita, My Love
  69. ^ Article in The New York Times (requires registration).
  70. ^ Expat.ru. Retrieved 13 March 2008.
  71. ^ Expat.ru and this article in Time. See also Graham Vickers, Chasing Lolita: how popular culture corrupted Nabokov's little girl all over again, p. 141.
  72. ^ a b Suellen Stringer-Hye, "VN collation #26", Zembla, 2003. Retrieved 13 March 2008.
  73. ^ Mikami, Hiroko (2007). Ireland on stage: Beckett and after. Peter Lang. pp. 41–42. ISBN 9781904505235. 
  74. ^ Profile of Bombana, Theater u. Philharmonie Thüringen. (German)
  75. ^ Daniel J. Wakin (24 March 2005). "Wrestling With a 'Lolita' Opera and Losing". The New York Times. Retrieved 13 March 2008. 
  76. ^ Steve Smith (7 April 2009). "Humbert Humbert (Conjuring Nymphet)". New York Times. Retrieved 2 December 2010. 
  77. ^ Promotional video, Youtube.
  78. ^ Valerie Grove, "Brian Cox plays Humbert Humbert in Lolita", Times, 29 August 2009. Retrieved 6 February 2011.
  79. ^ Minnesota Fringe Festival
  80. ^ Martin Garbus, New York Times review, 26 September 1999, reproduced as "Lolita and the lawyers", Evergreen; and Ralph Blumenthal, "Nabokov's son files suit to block a retold Lolita", New York Times, 10 October 1998.
  81. ^ a b Richard Corliss, "Humming along with Nabokov", Time, 10 October 1999. Retrieved 8 February 2011.
  82. ^ Transcribed in Camille Paglia "Vamps and Tramps". The quote is on p. 157.
  83. ^ Earlier accounts of this speak of a musical setting for the poems. Later accounts state it was a full length opera. "Coteau Authors: Kim Morrissey". Coteau Books. Retrieved 8 February 2011. "Kim Morrissey". Playwrights Guild. Retrieved 8 February 2011. 
  84. ^ Emily Prager, author's note, Roger Fishbite (Vintage, 1999).
  85. ^ Eco is by profession a semiotician and medievalist Eco's amazon page
  86. ^ Originally published in the Italian literary periodical Il Verri in 1959, appeared in an Italian anthology of Eco's work in 1963. Published in English for the first time in Eco anthology Misreadings (Mariner Books, 1993)
  87. ^ SUE GAISFORD (26 June 1993). "BOOK REVIEW / War games with Sitting Bull: Misreadings — Umberto Eco Tr. William Weaver: Cape, pounds 9.99". The Independent (UK). Retrieved 5 March 2011. 
  88. ^ Nafisi, Azar (2008 (paper reissue)). Reading Lolita in Tehran. Random House Trade Paperbacks. pp. 38, 152, 167. ISBN 0812979303. 
  89. ^ Andrew Beaujon (18 February 2011). "How 'Reading Lolita in Tehran' became an opera". TBD Arts. Retrieved 18 June 2011. 
  90. ^ Libraries and Culture, Volume 38, No. 2 (Spring 2003), 'Discipline and the Discipline: Histories of the British Public Library', pp. 121–146.
  91. ^ Alan A. Stone (February/March 1995). "Where's Woody?". Boston Review. Retrieved 18 December 2010. 
  92. ^ Vickers, Graham (2008). Chasing Lolita: how popular culture corrupted Nabokov's little girl all over again. Chicago Review Press. pp. 85–86. ISBN 9781556526824. 
  93. ^ Tracy Lemaster, "The Nymphet as Consequence in Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita and Sam Mendes's American Beauty", Trans: Internet-Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften 16 (May 2006). Retrieved 6 February 2011.
  94. ^ Roger Ebert's review of Broken Flowers, 5 August 2005.
  95. ^ Teresa Lopez (30 January 2012). "Pretty Little Liars Review: A Tale of Two Alisons". TV Fanatic. Retrieved 3 July 2012.  TV Fanatic falsely states Vivian Darkbloom is a pseudonym for Vladimir Nabokov. It is actually an anagram of his name, but was never used as a pseudonym.
  96. ^ Morgan Glennon (19 March 2012). "The Feminism of Pretty Little Liars". Huffington Post. Retrieved 3 July 2012. 
  97. ^ lescharts.com - Alizée - Moi... Lolita
  98. ^ JR Huffman, JL Huffman (1987), "Sexism and cultural lag: The rise of the jailbait song, 1955–1985", The Journal of Popular Culture, doi:10.1111/j.0022-3840.1987.2102_65.x 
  99. ^ She identifies with the character (Clayton Perry (18 July 2008), "Interview: Katy Perry – Singer, Songwriter and Producer", retrieved 8 February 2011. ), named a guitar of hers Lolita (Scott Thill (16 June 2008), "Katy Perry: Not just one of the boys: A minister's daughter turned pop provocateur brings some candy-colored girl power to the Warped Tour", Katy Perry Forum, retrieved 8 February 2011. ), and had her fashion sense at a young age influenced by Swain's outfits in the later Adrian Lynne film (Harris, Sophie (30 August 2008), "Katy Perry on the risqué business of I Kissed a Girl", The Times (London), retrieved 2 March 2009. ).
  100. ^ Reprinted at mansonquotes.com
  101. ^ http://detelenovelas.com/lolita-de-belinda-la-cancion-de-la-telenovela-ninas-mal
  102. ^ Rob Sheffield (30 January 2012). "Lana Del Rey:Born to Die". Rolling Stone magazine. Retrieved 3 July 2012. 
  103. ^ Sasha Frere-Jones (6 February 2012). "Screen Shot: Lana Del Rey's fixed image". New Yorker Magazine. Retrieved 3 July 2012. 

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