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“Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul.”

   Probably one of the most controversial novels of time Lolita never ceases to entrap the imagination. 376 more words

Books: Lolita


Wanted, wanted: Dolores Haze. Hair: brown. Lips: scarlet. Age: five thousand three hundred days. Profession: none, or “starlet” Where are you hiding, Dolores Haze? … 313 more words

Book Review - Reading Lolita in Tehran by Azar Nafisi

Bruce Willis once observed that “art imitates life and, sometimes, life imitates art. It’s a weird combination of elements.” Ms. Nafisi took a much more unorthodox approach to that axiom in… 699 more words

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Marc Jacobs Style Eye Con Palette

One word lovelies: Obsessed! This is my first ever Marc Jacobs Shadow Palette, that being said I was obviously intrigued but not sure what to expect. 93 more words


Celebrating Lolita's 58th Birthday

On this day in 1958, Vladimir Nabokov’s novel Lolita was published.

While it’s now widely regarded as a classic – a must-read for any serious reader or writer – it wasn’t as well received five or six decades ago. 135 more words


no art passes our conscience in the way film does

Film for me is one of the finest forms of storytelling and escapism. There are no limits with film. The use of visual representation within a narrative to elicit a range of emotions fascinates me. 266 more words


Let's talk about Lolita (SPOILERS!)

This is my spoiler filled follow up review of Lolita, by the Russian-American novelist Vladimir Nabokov. I jump strait in to the spoilers, so if you were hoping to dip your toes first, think again and click away now…