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LOLITA

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Lolita

precociously seductive 12-year-old. [Am. Lit.: Lolita]

Lolita

twelve-year-old inspires lust in older man. [Am. Lit.: Lolita]
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The nature of his medium, the necessity of creating images through a string of words in the indefinite time of reading, confronts Humbert with the paradox of his attempt to "fix once and for all the perilous magic of nymphets" (134): although he strives to preserve Lolita's idiosyncrasies, he also risks reducing and abstracting them, transforming her into a specimen devoid of that particular "magic." With his snapshots of Lolita already destroyed, he chastises himself for failing to film her, and in an extended description of her mannerisms on the tennis court, tries to evoke those idiosyncratic gestures through prose that aspires to the ontological condition of cinema.
This situation reminds me of Vladimir Nabokov's famous controversial novel of a middle-aged man's doomed sexual obsession for a precocious, seductive 12-year-old "nymphet" girl, Lolita.
offering some useful tips for Tim Henman (find yourself a nymphet and bounce a few balls before each game), this is amiable but disappointingly mediocre stuff that, with a line like 'love means nothing in tennis', really doesn't deserve a place on the Britcom centre court.
JAMES MASON'S tawdry infatuation with teenage nymphet Sue Lyon leads to tears before bedtime.
Pouting, precocious Lolita, who makes her mother's gentle flirting with the new paying guest seem mild by comparison, aims a much more direct beeline for Humbert, who's gleefully snared by the shamelessly naughty nymphet.
Before the biz beckoned, Sultry Nymphet was employed in a posh club that caters to filthy rich clients.
DVD distrib Synapse Films, which released "One-Eyes" two years ago, has partnered with Klubb Super 8 to release other steamy Lindberg titles including "Exposed" and "Anita: Swedish Nymphet."
Her follow-up, Wild Things, inwhich she played a nymphet who locked lips with Neve Campbell, seduced Matt Dillon and then shared a bed with both of them, turned her into a big screen sex symbol.
"I defy any girl rocketed to fame at 15 in a sex nymphet role to stay on an even keel," she said.