Lolita


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Lolita

An underage girl (i.e., a legal minor) who has sex with older men.
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Milanoo has put together months of hard work to introduce the designer collection to their Lolita line.
If they have a crooked nose, then she must do something about it, whether that's plastic surgery or not," revealed Lolita to Daily Mail.
He further noticed that "the conception of evil that emerges from Lolita is thus comparable
One young woman in Tokyo's Lolita heartland of Harajuku, who gave her name only as Mina, introduced herself as wearing "Black Lolita, which is a little different from the orthodox Lolita".
Humbert's most consistent and diverse uses of incongruity-ambiguity humor are his plays on Lolita's nickname "Lo" Before Humbert meets Lolita he interprets Charlotte's reference to "I and Lo" with "Lo presumably being the maid" (Nabokov 1991a, 38).
ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE: The cast with director Paul Roseby (centre), Adrian Lester (also above right) and Lolita Chakrabarti
Many critics consider Lolita a pervert's fictional fantasy as if Nabokov merely fused a twentysomething's ripening sexuality onto a teen's prepubescent build.
The incident had taken place as Butler, 39, took his unleashed pet dog Lolita for a walk, when she bumped nose with Maria Vareckas' greyhound in New York on August 24, sending both into an attack mode.
The Great Veterans Race was won by Nick Cassim's Lolita, with Don Mickleborough's Southerly second and Greg Maughan's Syonara third.