Vladimir Nabokov, A Bibliography of Criticism
by Dieter E. Zimmer
with additions by Jeff Edmunds

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Lolita

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Adler, Thomas P. "Albee's Meta-Lolita: Love's Travail and Artist's Travail." Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association, 1986, pp. 122-129.

Alexandrov, Vladimir. "Lolita." In Harold Bloom ed., Lolita (New York: Chelsea House, 1993), pp. 169-193.

Alladaye, René. "Troubles doubles: les ruses de l'identité dans Lolita." Etudes anglaises (ISSN 0014-195X), 48 (4), 1995, p. 478-488.

Amis, Kingsley: [Review]. The Spectator (London), November 6, 1959, pp. 635-636

Anastas'ev, Nikolai. "Solus Rex," in Seminarii literatury, 36, 1999, pp. 10-12. A brief survey of Nabokov's English novels with special attention devoted to Lolita.

Andrews, David. Aestheticism, Nabokov, and Lolita. Lewiston, N.Y.: E. Mellen Press, 1999 (Studies in American literature (Lewiston, N.Y.), v. 31).

Anon.: "Pnin & Pan". Time Atlantic Edition (New York), 69, March 18, 1957, pp. 60-61

Anon.: "Lolita and the Critics". The New Republic (Washington, DC), 139, October 27, 1958, pp. 3

Anon: "The Lolita Case". Time Atlantic Edition (New York), 72 (20), November 17, 1958, p. 66

Anon.: "To the End of Night". Time Atlantic Edition (New York), 72 (9), September 1, 1959, pp. 60-61

Appel, Jr., Alfred: "Lolita: The Springboard of Parody". In: Nabokov: The Man and His Work (ed. L.S. Dembo). Madison, WI, 1967, pp. 106-143. Also in: Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita: Modern Critical Interpretations (ed. Harold Bloom). New York 1987, pp. 35-52

Appel, Jr., Alfred: "Backgrounds of Lolita". TriQuarterly (Evanston, Illinois), 17, Winter 1970, pp. 17-40

Appel, Alfred, Jr. (ed.): Vladimir Nabokov The Annotated LOLITA. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1970, 21991

Appel, Alfred, Jr.: "Tristram in Movielove: 'Lolita' at the Movies". In: Russian Literature TriQuarterly (Ann Arbor, MI), 7, 1973, pp. 343-388

Arora, Poonam. Cinematographic Narrative and Postmodern Fiction: Nabokov, Puig, Doctorow, and the Cine-Novel. State University of New York, Binghamton, Ph.D., 1991.

Bader, Julia: "Lolita: The Quest for Ecstasy". In: Julia Bader: Crystal Land: Artifice in Nabokov's English Novels. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1972, pp. 57-81

Baker, George: "Lolita: Literature or Pornography?". Saturday Review (New York), 40, June 22, 1957, p. 18

Banta, Martha. "Benjamin, Edgar, Humbert, and Jay," Yale Review, Summer 1971, pp. 532-49.

Barabtarlo, Gennady. "Vanessa Atalanta and Raisa Orlova." The Nabokovian, Fall 1984, 13, pp. 27-31.

Barabtarlo, Gennady: "Onus Probandi: On the Russian Lolita". The Russian Review (Columbus, OH), 47 (3), 1988, pp. 237-252

Bell, Michael: "Lolita and Pure Art". In: Essays in Criticism (Oxford), 24 (2), April 1974. Also in: Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita: Modern Critical Interpretations (ed. Harold Bloom). New York: Chelsea House, 1987, pp. 69-81

Bell-Villada, Gene H. Art for Art's Sake & Literary Life: How Politics and Markets Helped Shape the Ideology & Culture of Aestheticism, 1790-1990. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1996. (Argues that Nabokov's American career initiated a new phase of aestheticism following the New Criticism; mentions both Lolita and Pale Fire.)

Berberova, Nina Nikolaevna. Nabokov et sa Lolita. Arles: Actes Sud, 1996. [Also available in Russian; see next entry.]

Berberova, Nina Nikolaevna. Borodin ; Mys Bur' ; Povelitel'nitsa ; Nabokov i ego "Lolita." Moskva: Izdatel'stvo imeni Sabashnikovykh, 1998. [Also available in French; see preceding entry.]

Berelis, Guntis. "Interpretacijas problema: Maza apologija Nabokovam." Karogs (Riga, Lativia), 1990, 3, pp. 136-140. [In Latvian.]

Berman, Jeffrey. "Nabokov and the Viennese Witch Doctor." In Bloom, Harold (ed.), Lolita (New York: Chelsea House, 1993), pp. 105-119. [Reprinted from The Talking Cure: Literary Representations of Psychoanalysis, 1985.]

Beye, Charles Rowan. "Gilgamesh, Lolita and Huckleberry Finn." Classical and Modern Literature (Terre Haute, IN), Fall 1988, 9:1, pp. 39-50.

Bloom, Harold (ed.). Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita. New York: Chelsea House, 1987.

Blum, Virginia Lee. Fictions of the Go-Between Child. Ph.D., 1990.

Boelcskevy, Mary Anne Stewart. Narrating Cultural Transition: Lazarillo's Picaresque in the Twentieth Century. Thesis (Ph. D.), Harvard University, 1998.

Bontila, Ruxanda. “Lolita’s Take on History: A Romanian perspective”, European Journal of English Studies, 12(03), (2008): 277–89 (DOI: 10.1080/13825570802420891, London: Routledge).

Bouchet, Marie C. "From Dolores on the Dotted Line to Dotted Dolores," Nabokov Studies, n° 9, Z. Kuzmanovich (ed.), Davidson: Davidson College, 2005, pp. 101-114.

Bouchet, Marie C. "From Dolores, CO, to Lolita, TX : Détours et retours à travers 'the crazy quilt of forty-eight states,'" in Anglophonia / Caliban, Toulouse : Presses Universitaires du Mirail, février-mars 2006, pp. 9-22.

Bouchet, Marie C. “Migrations of Signifiers in Lolita and Pnin, or The Two Faces of Vladimir Nabokov’s Exile”, in Exils, migrations, créations, M. Gibault (éd.), Paris : Indigo, 2008.

Bouchet, Marie C. “Focalization and Narration in Lolita, Novel and Film”, in Lolita, D. Machu et T. Tuhkunen (éds.), Paris : Ellipses, 2009, pp. 209-222.

Bouchet, Marie C. Lolita, a Novel by Vladimir Nabokov, a Film by Stanley Kubrick, Paris: Atlande, 2009.

Bouchet, Marie. "Music and Songs in Lolita, Novel and Film." Miranda #3, 2010.

Bouchet, Marie. "The Enchanted Hunters and the Hunted Enchanters: the dizzying effects of embedded structures and meta-artistic devices in Lolita, novel and film," in Sillages Critiques, n°11, 2010.

Boyd, Brian: Vladimir Nabokov: The American Years. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1991

Boyd, Brian. "The Year of Lolita." The New York Times Books Review, Sept. 8, 1991, 1, pp. 31-33.

Boyd, Brian: "'Even Homais Nods': Nabokov's Fallibility, or, How to Revise Lolita". Nabokov Studies (Los Angeles, CA), 2, 1995, pp. 62-86

Brand, Dana. "The Interaction of Aestheticism and American Consumer Culture in Nabokov's Lolita." Modern Language Studies (Potsdam, NY), Spring 1987, 17:2, pp. 14-21.

Breit, Harvey: "In and Out of Books". New York Times Book Review (New York), February 26, 1956, p. 8, and March 11, 1956, p. 8

Brenner, Conrad: "Nabokov: The Art of the Perverse". The New Republic (Washington, DC), 138, June 23, 1958, pp. 18-21

Brink, Andrew. "Love and Death in Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita: A Fantasy Analysis of an Obsession." In the author's Obsession and Culture: A Study of Sexual Obsession in Modern Fiction (Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1996), pp. 98-138.

Bullock, Richard. The Only Immortality You and I May Share: Artifice, Reality, and Art in Lolita. Part I of Ph.D. dissertation, 1982.

Bullock, Richard. "Humbert the Character, Humbert the Writer: Artifice, Reality, and Art in Lolita." Philological Quarterly (Iowa City, IA), Spring 1984, 17:3, pp. 215- 232.

Bullock, Richard. "Humbert the Character, Humbert the Writer." in Harold Bloom ed., Lolita (New York: Chelsea House, 1993), pp. 90-104.

Burns, Dan E. "Pistols and Cherry Pies: Lolita from Page to Screen." Literature Film Quarterly 12, no. 4 (1984), pp. 245-250.

Butler, Diana: "Lolita Lepidoptera". New World Writing (Philadelphia, PA), 16, 1960, pp. 58-84. Also in: Critical Essays on Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Phyllis A. Roth). Boston, MA, 1984, pp. 59-73

Butler, Steven H. "Lolita and the Modern Experience of Beauty." Studies in the Novel (Denton, TX), Winter 1986, 18:4, pp. 427-437.

Casarino, Cesare. "Language as Subject of Narration in Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov." Riscontri [Avellino, Italy] 9, no. 3 (July-Sept. 1987), pp. 91-101.

Centerwall, Brandon S. "Hiding in Plain Sight: Nabokov and Pedophilia." Texas Studies in Literature and Language (Austin, TX), Fall 1990, 32:3, pp. 468-484.

Chouard, Géraldine. "Loli-time: temps, hors-temps et contretemps dans Lolita de Vladimir Nabokov." Q/W/E/R/T/Y, 5 (Oct. 1995), pp. 303-314.

Chudinova, Elena. "Sukkuba i Beatriche ili Zashchita Lolity: romany Nabokova 'Kamera obskura' i 'Lolita.'" Seminarii literatury, 36, 1999, pp. 5-9. "An examination of the links between the Russian version of Laughter in the Dark and Lolita." (DBJ)

Chupin, Yannicke. "'Do You Mind Very Much Cutting Out The French?', Le français de Humbert dans Lolita de Vladimir Nabokov." Revue Française d'Etudes Américaines, n° 115, 2008/1, p. 50-59.

Chupin, Yannicke. "L’écrivain déplacé dans Lolita et Pnin de Vladimir Nabokov." La Revue LISA / LISA e-journal. Volume VII – n°2/ 2009, pp. 84-103.

Clegg, Christine (ed.). Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita: A Reader's Guide to Essential Criticism. Trumpington: Icon, 2000.

Clifton, Gladys. "Humbert Humbert and the Limits of Artistic License." In Rivers, Julius Edwin and Charles Nicol (eds.), Nabokov's Fifth Arc: Nabokov and Others on His Life's Work (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1982), pp. 153-170.

Connolly, Julian W.: "'Nature's Reality' or Humbert's 'Fancy'?: Scenes of Reunion and Murder in Lolita". Nabokov Studies (Los Angeles), 2, 1995, pp. 41-61

Cornwell, Neil. "'A Dorset Yokel's Knuckles': Thomas Hardy and Lolita," The Nabokovian, no. 54, Spring 2005, pp. 54-64.

Cornwell, Neil. "Intimations of Lo: Sirens, Joyce and Nabokov's Lolita." Zembla, 9/5/06.

Couturier, Maurice. "L'effet Lolita," Magazine littéraire, no. 233 (Sept. 1986), pp. 29-31.

Couturier, Maurice. "Censorship and the Authorial Figure in Ulysses and Lolita," Cycnos, XII, no. 2 (Autumn 1995), pp. 29-42.

Couturier, Maurice. Lolita de Nabokov. Paris: Didier-Erudition/CNED, 1995.

Couturier, Maurice. Roman et censure, ou la mauvaise foi d'Eros. Seyssel: Champ Vallon, 1996. (Chapter 5 is devoted entirely to a study of Lolita and Ada in the context of censorship. The author's English version of this chapter is available in Zembla.)

Couturier, Maurice, ed. Lolita. Paris: Editions Autrement, 1998. Collection Figures mythiques. (On the Lolita myth. Contributors: Maurice Couturier, Christine Raguet-Bouvart, Wladimir Troubetzkoy and Jean-Jacques Leclercle.)

Couturier, Maurice. "Lolita et la France," text of a talk given at the Nabokov Museum in St. Petersburg in the spring of 2001.

Cranston, Maurice: "Obscenity in the Eye of Some Beholders: Contradictions in the Case of Lolita". Manchester Guardian, May 14, 1957, p. 5

Dale, Leslie Thomas. The Double in Three Twentieth-Century Novels: Machado de Assis' Dom Casmurro Nabokov's Lolita and Fuentes' Aura. Purdue University, Ph.D., 1991.

Davis, J. Madison. "Lolita: Albee's Struggle with Nabokov." Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association, 1986, pp. 101-111.

de la Durantaye, Leland. "Eichmann, Empathy, and Lolita" Philosophy and Literature 30.2 (2006) 311-328.

de la Durantaye, Leland. “Lolita in Lolita, or the Garden, the Gate and the Critics.” Nabokov Studies 10 (2006). 175-197.

de la Durantaye, Leland. “Emendations to Annotated Editions of Lolita.” The Nabokovian Number 58. Spring 2007. 6-20.

Dennison, Sally. Alternative Publishing: Its Role in the Development of Twentieth-Century English-Language Literature as Seen in the Publishing Histories of T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land, Virginia Woolf's Jacob's Room, James Joyce's Ulysses, Anais Nin's Winter of Artifice and Under a Glass Bell and Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita. Ph.D., 1982.

Dennison, Sally: "Vladimir Nabokov: The Work of Art as Dirty Book". In: Sally Dennison: Alternative Literary Publishing: Five Modern Histories. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 1984, pp. 157-189

Desternes, Jean (ed.): L'Affaire Lolita: Défense de l'Ecrivain. Paris: Olympia Press, 1957

Dolinin, Alexander: "Kommentarii". In: Vladimir Nabokov: Lolita. Moskva: Khudozhestvennaia literatura, 1991, pp. 356-398

Dolinin, Alexander. "Nabokov amd 'Third-Rate Literature': On a Source of Lolita." Elementa 1, no. 2 (1993), pp. 167- 173.

Dolinin, Alexander: "Russian Lolita". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov. Hamden, Connecticut, 1994

Dolinin, Alexander: "Lolita in Russian". In: The Garland Companion to Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Vladimir E. Alexandrov), New York: Garland, 1995, pp. 321-330

Dolinin, Alexander: "Nabokov's Time Doubling: From The Gift to Lolita". Nabokov Studies (Los Angeles), 2, 1995, pp. 3-40.

Dolinin, Alexander. "What Happened to Sally Horner?: A Real-Life Source of Nabokov's Lolita." Zembla, 10/12/05 (reprint of an article that originally appeared in the Times Literary Supplement).

Dupee, F. W.: "A Preface to Lolita". Anchor Review (New York), 2, (June) 1957, pp. 1-13. Also in: F.W. Dupee: The King of the Cats. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1965, pp. 117-141

Dupee, F.W.: "'Lolita' in America". Encounter (London), 65, February 1959, pp. 30-35

Dyer, Gary R. "Humbert Humbert's Use of Catullus 58 in Lolita." Twentieth Century Literature (Albany, NY), Spring 1988, 34:1, pp. 11-15.

Edelstein, Marilyn Joan. At the Theshold of the Text: The Rhetoric of Prefaces to Novels. Ph.D., 1985. [Compares the prefaces of Lolita and Don Quixote.]

Engelking, Leszek. "Two Notes on Lolita." The Vladimir Nabokov Research Newsletter, Fall 1983, 11, pp. 41-42.

Feeney, Ann. "Lolita and Censorship: A Case Study." Research Services Review 21, no. 4 (1993), pp. 67-74, 90.

Fiedler, Leslie: "The Profanation of a Child". The New Leader (New York), 41, June 23, 1958, pp. 26-29

Field, Andrew: Nabokov: His Life in Art. Boston, MA: Little, Brown, 1967

Flint, R.W.: "Nabokov's Love Affairs". New Republic (Washington, DC), 136 (24), June 17, 1957, pp. 18-19

Fraysse, Suzanne. "Worlds Under Erasure: Lolita and Postmodernism." Cycnos, v. 12, no. 2, 1995, pp. 93-100.

Fraysse, Suzanne. "Le texte tendu au lecteur: Lolita de Nabokov." Q/W/E/R/T/Y, 5 (Oct. 1995), pp. 315-324.

Froidevaux, Geneviève. "Où se cache le détective dans Lolita de Vladimir Nabokov?" Etudes de Lettres (Lausanne-Dorigny, Switzerland), 1983, 1, pp. 69-71.

Frosch, Thomas R.: "Parody and Authenticity in Lolita". In: Nabokov's Fifth Arc (ed. J.E. Rivers, Charles Nicol). Austin, TX, 1982, pp. 171-187. Also in: Modern Critical Views: Vladimir Nabokov (ed. Harold Bloom). New York: Chelsea House, 1987, pp. 127-142

Gamel, Mary Kay. "You Can Always Count on a Murderer for a Fancy Prose Style or the Net and the Pin." Pacific Coast Philology 18, nos. 1-2 (Nov. 1983), pp. 100-107.

Gehring, Melina."Vladimir Nabokovs Lolita als Rhizomlabyrinth," Anglia, 122/3 (2004): pp. 388-403.

Giblett, Rodney. "Writing Sexuality, Reading Pleasure." Paragraph: A Journal of Modern Critical Theory (Edinburgh, Scotland), Nov. 1989, 12:3, pp. 229-238.

Gill, Anne Marie. "Dom Casmurro and Lolita: Machado among the Metafictionists." Luso Brazilian Review 24, no. 1 (Summer 1987), pp. 17-26.

Girodias, Maurice: "Lolita, Nabokov and I". Evergreen Review (New York), 37 (9), September 1965, pp. 44-47, 89-91

Girodias, Maurice: "Publisher's Digression". In: Vladimir Nabokov: Lolita. Paris: Olympia Press, 41959, pp. 5-10

Glenn, Kathleen M. "Narration and Eroticism on Chacel's Memorias de Leticia Valle and Nabokov's Lolita." Monographic Review [Odessa, TX] 7 (1991), pp. 84-93.

Gordon, John: "Current Events". Sunday Express (London), January 29, 1956, p. 6

Greene, Graham: "Books of the Year-I". Sunday Times (London), no. 6919, December 25, 1955, pp. 4

Greene, Graham: "The John Gordon Society". The Spectator (London), 6659, February 10, 1956, p. 182

Gullette, Margaret Morganroth. "The Exile of Adulthood: Pedophilia in the Midlife Novel." Novel: A Forum on Fiction (Providence, RI), Spring 1984, 17:3, pp. 215-232. [Lolita compared to Thomas Mann's Death in Venice.]

Haegert, John. "Artist in Exile: The Americanization of Humbert Humbert." ELH (Baltimore, MD), Fall 1985, 52:3, pp. 777-794.

Haegert, John. "The Americanization of Humbert Humbert." In Harold Bloom, ed., Lolita (New York: Chelsea House, 1993), pp. 120-133.

Hamrit, Jacqueline. "Structure in Lolita." Zembla, 9/19/08.

Hamrit, Jacqueline. "Lolita's Subjectivity." Zembla, 11/3/09.

Hamrit, Jacqueline. "Lolita," in Guide de la littérature américaine des origines à nos jours, dir. Jean Pouvelle et Jean-Pierre Demarche (Paris: Editions Ellipses, 2008), pp. 195-198.

Hamrit, Jacqueline. "Lolita à l'épreuve de la théorie des genres littéraires," in Lolita, roman de Vladimir Nabokov (1955) et film de Stanley Kubrick(1962), dir. Didier Machu et Taïna Tukhunen (Paris: Ellipses, 2009), pp. 43-54.

Hamrit, Jacqueline. "The ordeal of undecidability in Lolita," in Kaleidoscopic Nabokov. Perspectives françaises. (Paris: Michel Houdiart éditeur, 2009), pp. 85-92.

Herbold, Sarah. "Reflections on Modernism: Lolita and Political Engagement or How the Left and the Right Both Have It Wrong." Nabokov Studies #3 (1996), pp. 145-150.

Hollander, John: "The Perilous Magic of Nymphets". Partisan Review (New York), 23 (4), Fall 1956, pp. 557-560

Holzwarth, Eric. Self-Transcendance and the Language of Subjectivity: A Reading of Nabokov's Lolita and Speak, Memory, Woolf's The Waves and Barthe's Roland Barthes. University of Chicago, Ph.D., 1985.

Hyman, Eric. "Lolita's 'John Ray, Jr.'" English Language Notes (Boulder, CO), Sept. 1990, 28:1, pp. 59-61.

Janeway, Elizabeth: "The Tragedy of Man Driven by Desire". New York Times Book Review (New York), August 17, 1958, pp. 5, 25

Jenkins, Greg. Stanley Kubrick and the Art of Adaptation: Three Novels, Three Films. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1997.

Johnson, D. Barton. "Pasternak's Zhivago and Nabokov's Lolita." The Nabokovian, Spring 1985, 14, pp. 20-23.

Johnson, D. Barton. "Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita and Gene Stratton-Porter's A Girl of the Limberlost." Russian Studies in Literature, 35:(4), Fall 1999, pp. 16-28.

Jones, Heather Menzies. Nabokov's Dark American Dream: Pedophilia, Poe, and Postmodernism in Lolita. S.U.N.Y. College at Brockport, M.A. Thesis, 1995.

Jones, Steven Swann. "Folk Characterization in Lolita." In Harold Bloom ed., Lolita (New York: Chelsea House, 1993), pp. 68-78.

Jong, Erica: "Lolita Turns Thirty". Preface to Book of the Month Club edition of Lolita, 1988

Jong, Erica. "Time Has Been Kind to the Nymphet: Lolita 30 Years Later." New York Times Book Review, June 5, 1988, 3, pp. 46-47.

Josipovici, Gabriel. "Lolita: Parody and the Pursuir of Beauty." In Harold Bloom ed., Lolita (New York: Chelsea House, 1993), pp. 53-67.

Kauffman, Linda. "Framing Lolita: Is There a Woman in the Text?" In Harold Bloom ed., Lolita (New York: Chelsea House, 1993), pp. 149-168. [Also in Yeager, Patricia and Beth Kowaleski-Wallace (eds.), Refiguring the Father: New Feminist Readings of Patriarchy (Carbondale: University of Illinois Press, 1989), pp. 131-152.]

Kim, Gia. Is Daughter to Father as Nature is to Culture?: The Systematization and Subversion of Paternal Authority in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter and Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita. Harvard University, A.B. Thesis, Honors in English and American Literature and Language, 1995.

Kozlowski, Liza M. "Tracking McSwine's Fiendish Spoor: Robert Browning's 'Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister' in Lolita." The Nabokovian, Fall 1989, 23, pp. 28- 35.

Kuch, Peter. "Camels, Weasels, and Whales: Reading Lolita." Q/W/E/R/T/Y, 5 (Oct. 1995), pp. 325-332.

Larmour, David H. J. "Nabokov Philomelus: The Classical Allusions in Lolita." Classical and Modern Literature (Terre Haute, IN), Winter 1990, 10:2, pp. 143- 151.

Lee, L[awrence] L.: "Lolita". In: L.L. Lee: Vladimir Nabokov. Boston: Twayne, 1976, pp. 115-124

Lem, Stanislav; Dushenko, D. (tr.). "Lolita, ili Stavrogin i Beatriche." Literaturnoe Obozrenie (Moscow), 1992, 1, pp. 75-85.

Lemay, Eric. "Dolorous Laughter." Zembla, 3/02.

Levin, Bernard: "Why All The Fuss?". The Spectator (London), 6811, January 9, 1959, pp. 32-33

Levine, P. "Lolita and Aristotle's ethics." Philosophy and Literature (Baltimore), 1995, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 32-47.

Levine, Robert T.: "'My Ultraviolet Darling': The Loss of Lolita's Childhood". Modern Fiction Studies (Lafayette, IN), 25 (3), Autumn 1979, pp. 471-480

Linetski, Vadim. "The Function of the Phallus: Lolita and/as Children's Fiction" in Perforations 13 (1993), full text on-line.

Linetski, Vadim. "The Mechanism of the Production of Ambiguity: Freud's Dora and Nabokov's Lolita." Canadian Reivew of Comparative Literature XXIII, #2 (June 1996), pp. 531-46.

Lunggren, Anna. "Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita: A Story of Wandering." Russian, Croatian and Serbian, Czech and Slovak, Polish Literature (Amsterdam), Feb. 15, 1989, 25:2, pp. 199-213.

Lowe, David. "Maramzin's Two-Toned Blond and Nabokov's Lolita." International Fiction Review (Fredericton, NB, Canada), 1994, 21:1-2, pp. 85-89.

Lynn, Richard. "Where the Hum Come From: New Provenance." The Nabokovian, Fall 1992, 29, pp. 41-43.

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