Essays on Vladimir Nabokov

My Little Cup Brims With Tiddles
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The sample essay on My Little Cup Brims With Tiddles deals with a framework of research-based facts, approaches and arguments concerning this theme. To see the essay's introduction, body paragraphs and conclusion, read on.Lolita, written by Vladimir Nabokov is a novel based on a middle-aged gentleman and his infatuation with a young girl who is twelve years of age. The extract consisting of the first five chapters of the novel and the main theme being the central character, Humbert Humbert’s…...
LolitaVladimir Nabokov
Lectures On Russian Literature
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Essay on “Lectures on Russian Literature” Worst of all when someone infringes on our stereotypes. Hence the negative reviews. Why, my God, he is a reptile creeping in his zasral America Dostoevsky criticized! (I remember a phrase from the “death Tarelkina” (approximately): I have read Marx, Marx, I do not like). And then there are two approaches: either just spit on all the arguments and say that the author of a pompous fool, or try to understand why, in fact,…...
CommunicationCultureLolitaVladimir Nabokov
Distortions of Reality
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In both Vladimir Nabokov's novel Lolita, and Thomas Pynchon's novel The Crying of Lot 49, the protagonist is consumed by an obsession. These obsessions affect the characters' behavior, actions, and interaction with the world. Most importantly, however, both authors reveal that obsession distorts a person's perception of reality. In Lolita, the protagonist and narrator, Humbert Humbert, has an obsessive lust for nymphets which warps his view of the world, ultimately driving him to paranoia. His sexual fixation for nymphets is…...
LolitaPhilosophyRealityThe Crying Of Lot 49Vladimir Nabokov
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