Thursday, June 12, 2008

Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov

Proper discussion questions for June's book, Lolita, will begin to appear below this post around June 20th. Feel free to link your reviews via Mr. Linky below or link to any other "Dangerous" titles you review in May.


Have fun!


Feel free to discuss general points of Lolita in the comments section of this post, post questions you're interested in getting opinions on, or just talk amongst yourselves.


6 comments:

Wendy said...

I decided to substitute another Russian novel and read Home of the Gentry this month.

kristen said...

I substituted Jane Eyre and my review is up on my goodreads account. I haven't yet done an official blog post.

Estella said...

I never got around to purchasing Lolita! I'm going to read it though, some day :(

- Heather

3M said...

I'll post my review in a day or two.

I fully admit Nabokov is a great writer, BUT.... I'm still disgusted by the subject matter so it will be very hard to rate!

Lisa said...

I agree with 3m. This is a very well-written book, but the subject matter is disturbing. It was interesting though to get a glimpse into the mind of a pedophile. He knew what he was doing was wrong and even felt some remorse, but couldn't (or wouldn't) stop.

kristen said...

OK. My post is finally up on my blog!