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"Confessions by means of Lolita, described a middle-aged man on a teenage summer place. When the first edition of Lolita in Paris by OLYMPIA Bookstore books, United Kingdom Government had been asked to France Government suppression. After you come out in the US and UK, United Kingdom Cabinet had met to debate, but there is no ban. New Zealand was once banned. The Lolita in the United States by Putnam Bookstore on July 21, 1958, and immediately became a best seller, climb in January 1959, the New York Times best seller list first. The Lolita was shot on several occasions since then into a movie and was a great success.
"The author of Nabokov's Lolita (Nabokov) family is a prominent, his grandfather had two generations of the Czar's Minister of Justice, Nabokov's family more than the average person and it is said that when he was a child, revolving scenic lantern at home a lot of tutor for him, by virtue of talent wise he is also fluent in English, French, German, Russian, sth So there's no but creative genius, is a linguistic genius. English is not his native language, but in the international writers, few can so proficient in another language--the English vocabulary in the Lolita was amazing."
"Lolita, downloads, girls, male, Lolita"
I never saw the film and never heard of the book or its controversy. If you're interested in the subject of censorship of sexual content in the United States, there is a comprehensive book from 1992 listed below. It sounds like a very sensational book, but it's about law and free speech. The title is taken from a famous court case where the prosecutors said a written image of a girl leaning back was obscene according to local standards. The defense lawyer countered that the words violated no local community standards because girls "lean back" locally, they lean back in Chicago, in New York, etc., etc.,... girls lean back everywhere.
Girls Lean Back Everywhere: The Law of Obscenity and the Assault on GeniusEdward De Grazia
ISBN 10: 039457611X / 0-394-57611-X
ISBN 13: 9780394576114
Publisher: Random House Inc
Publication Date: 1992