Nabokov (Vladimir), Lolita

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Edition recommandée

  • Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita [1955]. Londres, Penguin (classics), 2006.


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Des articles traitant d'un thème particulier

  • Boyd, Brian “Lolita : What we know and what we don’t” in Cycnos, vol. 24, n°1, 2007, 215-246.

  • Couturier, Maurice “The poerotic Novel : Nabokov’s Lolita & Ada,"

  • Fraysse, Susanne, “Worlds under Erasure : Lolita and Postmodernism” in Cycnos, vol. 12-2, 1995, pp. 93-100 ?id=1461&format=print

  • Quayle, Susan, “Lolita is Dolores Haze : the “real child and the real body in Lolita, Nabokov" Online Journal , vol. 3, 2009

  • Manolescu, Monica “ Inventing and Naming America : Place and Place Names in Vladimir Nabokov”s Lolita" European Journal of American Studies, EJAS, 2009

  • Pier, John, "Configurations narrtaives", John Pier et Francis Berthelot (dir.), Narratologies contemporaines. Nouvelles approches pour la théorie et l'analyse du récit, Paris, Editions des Archives Contemporaines, 2010

  • *Pifer, Ellen, “Finding the Real Key to Lolita : A Modest Proposal”, in Cycnos, Actes du Colloque Nice 2006 : ?id=1036&format=print

  • Toker, Leona, “‘Reader ! Bruder !’ Broodings on the Rhetoric of Lolita” in Nabokov : The Mystery of Literary Structure, Ithaca & London, Cornell University Press, 1989 pp 198-227 (the easiest way to access the chapter is, once you are on Google, to type in relevant words such as Leona toker reader bruder rhetoric lolita nabokov mystery )
  • Wood, Michael : “Lolita in wonderland” in Comparative Criticism, Comedy, Irony, Parody, vol. 10 ed E.S. Shaffer, Cambridge, CUP, 1989, PP. 159-70 (a few pages are missing)