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Book Review


The Enchanter
by Vladimir Nabokov

Category:  Classic Literature

Average Rating:  4.0

A middle-aged man describes his attraction to prepubescent girls and his decision this time to pursue his newest interest, a twelve-year-old, russet-haired maiden roller-skating in a park. With an afterword by the author's son and translator Dmitri Nabokov. Precursor to Lolita.

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[2017-06-04 14:19:50]

Rating:  4

This is beautifully written, but as a result, it requires too much concentration to easily follow the story and enjoy it. Richard Davidson's narration is fabulous.

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