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Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by Moxsam, Feb 2, 2016.
At 2:20. I've got a young girl at work hitting on me and need to brush up on my skills.
Good luck hehe
Don't let her hear the snake rustle in your heart.
Or your pants!~
Unless you wanna end up like Humbert Humbert, just smile and move along.
One of the greatest works of fiction in the Modern Western Canon
Paris suited me.
Jared Fogle is selling his copy on eBay.
They made a movie of it with Peter Sellers playing a small part.
Pale Fire is a better book.
Signed copy, he needs the cash.
I'm partial to Pale Fire and Pnin, but Lolita is also a literary masterpiece.
One of the lyrics that confirms the dictum that rock lyrics are not poetry.
Ada, or Ardor is my personal favorite, though Mary is a great read. That song refers to Lolita, which was my first of his novels, and still a favorite. It's a bit more crazed in its pacing towards the end than I prefer, which is something I think he figured out more on later novels.
When I was a younger teacher, Mr. Sumner's tale is not a work of fiction. You had to be very careful and avoid even the appearance of anything Nabakov-like.
Lolita is a bit twisted but the prose is second to none.
Yes, Nabakov is a brilliant writer.
Interesting that Sting, Knopfler, and Kris Kristofferson were all english teachers. Only Kristofferson excelled at lyrics. He was a Rhodes scholar & taught at West Point.