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10: Poems That Take 1000 Years to Die
Released Monday, 1st February 2021
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On the finale of Lolita Podcast, we look at the legacy of Dolores Haze -- where she's been, and where she may be going.
Carnal Knowledge by Zoe Ligon & Elizabeth Renstrom:
Eva Vives's All About Nina:
How Lolita Freed Me From My Own Humbert by Bindu Bansinath:
The Real Lolita by Sarah Weinman:
Being Lolita by Alisson Wood:
Lo's Diary was Bad by Ms. Lola:
Let's Talk About the Japanese schoolgirl by Mina Le:
How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel:
Tampa by Alissa Nutting:
My Dark Vanessa by KE Russell:
Insights on Cuties:
Nabokov Interview in Playboy:
Nabokov in The Paris Review, 1967:
On Discovering A Butterfly:
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Shereen Lani Younes
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Who is Lolita? The Nabokov literary classic has sparked infinite discussion in the 65 years since its release, but the cultural memory the book has left behind lives more in romance and fashion aesthetics than a cautionary tale about a deceptive predator and his young prey. Jamie Loftus wants to know how we got here, and this series traces Lolita -- the person, Dolores Haze -- from her literary origin to current status as a doomed icon.
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