Lolita
Lolita
by Vladimir Nabokov
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Lolita Innocence Quotes Page 4

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Reader! What I heard was but the melody of children at play, nothing but that, and so limpid was the air within this vapor of blended voices, majestic and minute, remote and magically near, frank and divinely enigmatic—one could hear now and then, as if released, an almost articulate spurt of vivid laughter […] I stood listening to that musical vibration from my lofty slope […] and then I knew that the hopelessly poignant thing was not Lolita's absence from my side, but the absence of her voice from that concord. (2.36.3)

Humbert makes a broad assessment of his crime. Humbert wants us to feel his pain. Should we?

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