Headmistress Pratt invites Humbert over for a little chat. Lolita's grades are poor and Pratt is concerned about the young girl's "onset of sexual maturing" (2.11.6).
Pratt proceeds to offer a Freudian interpretation of Lolita's sexuality and a lengthy review of each teacher's thoughts on the pupil, Dolly Haze. Pratt recommends that Lolita be allowed to date boys and participate in the school play, The Enchanted Hunters.
Humbert promises to talk all of the issues out with Lolita, then secretly considers marrying her so he can murder her.
Humbert seeks out Lolita and offers her 65 cents for a sexual favor.