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5.82.     AR AR

I wondered what was the difference between Lolita Nabokov and Bread and salt.  Why is one ugly and the other beautiful.  I realized that they are distinguished by lies.  Lolita is a lie that hides its Vice, and salt does not hide the fact that it is a poison in large quantities.  There is another version that "lolita" heroes didn't keep a sense of proportion and overdone, but this is all speculation.

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10.871.     AR AR

Little red riding hood is a metaphor for Lolita Nabokov.

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3.2154. Freaky illusions.     AR AR

An impartial look at Nabokov's lolita will tell us:"it is not clear Why these people fell into hell."

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4.2529.     AR AR

The idea of playing and getting pleasure and money for it is tempting. However, as well as any other "cheese in a mousetrap", "Lolita", "freebie", casinos and lotteries.

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5.1447.     AR AR

Glass houses need to be destroyed, no matter how beautiful they are, and Lolita Nabokova is proof of that.

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6.1065.     AR AR

Lolita is beautiful and pure, but she still goes to hell, and you go with her.

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6.1448. Think what you eat.     AR AR

Nabokov's lolita is a metaphor for the forbidden fruit. The fruit is beautiful and delicious, and seemingly harmless, but the consequences of its use are truly terrible.

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6.4532.     AR AR

Lolita gives birth to a dead child for a reason. Lolita is a symbol of the sterility of sin, sin and Vice are things that do not bear fruit.

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6.5219.     AR AR

The essence of Dostoevsky's "Crime and punishment" is inversely opposed to Nabokov's lolita. If Nabokov's evil was beautiful and love for him became a source of suffering, Dostoevsky's evil is disgusting, but hatred for him also does not lead to anything good. That you love beautiful evil, that you hate disgusting evil, you will still go to hell, and there will be no other way.

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7.7063.     AR AR

The meaning of Nabokov's Lolita is that love is always vicious and full of suffering, no matter how beautiful it is. No matter how beautiful Vice is, it always kills.

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7.7082.     AR AR

In  «Lolita»  Nabokov  managed  to  show  as  how  beautiful  and  attractive  a  dirty  and  self-destructive  vice  can  be.  Beauty  of  a  vice  is  a  beauty  of  pain  and  suffering.  The  spider  web  is  amazing,  and  suffering  of  a  fly  in  it  is  terrible.

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7.7084.     AR AR

The beauty of the senses and the depth of the suffering of Vice in" lolita " are woven into a single whole.

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8.7378.     AR AR

A  comfortable  relationship  is  different  from  love.  The  difference  is  virtually  the  same  as  between  a  4-banger  and  a  sports  car.

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10.7596. The simultaneity of love.     AR AR

Enlightenment is when you realize that everything is worthy of love.  The world is beautiful, and you can love absolutely everything.  I like shark fin soup, and I like to eat bread and water for months.  I love driving luxury limos, cheap subcompacts, walking and running.  I love what I have.  Nature doesn't have bad weather.

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10.20370.     AR AR

Processes in which there is no love become a source of joylessness, but endless suffering.  If the process in which there is no love becomes fruitful, then the child will be stillborn and will give birth to suffering.  An example is  Confessions  Maupassant, or the birth of a stillborn child  Nabokov's lolita. 

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10.31709.     AR AR

How to defeat corporations?  The power of the corporation is the power of pride and hunger.  Hunger calls us to love corporations, threatening hunger and pain.  But we are not afraid of pain and hunger, for we know that they are liars.  We will not serve idols.  We will not love idols.  We won't work for corporations for pennies.  They'll have to give everything they have to buy us.  We will not buy the services and goods produced by corporations, for the devil's temptation, however beautiful, is the path to destruction and suffering.  We remember Nabokov's Lolita, vice is beautiful, but we are not fooled.

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10.32052.     AR AR

You never know what anyone likes.  Evil is beautiful.  Nabokov's Lolita was wonderful.  The devil is the best of the best.  Candy is sweet... so what?  Is this the way to heaven?  No, I'm not...  It's a way in the ass.

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10.35004. Vile excuses.     AR AR

Delving into the" Lolita " Nabokov, you will notice how talented and Beautiful The Sinner tries to justify his sin.  The bird sings beautifully, I even want to believe.  But do not believe in Vice and do not believe in Sin, do not believe from principle, do not believe by definition.  Humbert's excuses are laced with hypocrisy.  The killer tries to justify himself with pleasure.  Pleasure justifies everything, pride above all.

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10.35009.     AR AR

Interestingly, many people see Nabokov's Lolita as a depraved nymphet, and I see a story about a pedophile maniac and his many victims.

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10.35010.     AR AR

Humbert in Lolita  he reveals to us the situation when the villain hypocritically justifies himself, describing his victim as the aggressor and the culprit of all villainies. "I, Of course, Killed My victim, but she herself forced me to do it, and I could not resist it" - this is how the maniac usually justifies himself.

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