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The annotated text of this modern classic. It assiduously illuminates the extravagant wordplay and the frequent literary allusions, parodies, and cross-references. Edited with a preface, introduction and notes by Alfred Appel, Jr.

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"...the reader of Lolita attempts to arrive at some sense of its overall 'meaning,' while at the same time having to struggle...with the difficulties posed by the recondite materials and rich, elaborate verbal textures. The main purpose of this edition is to solve such local problems and to show how they contribute to the total design of the novel."--From the Preface by Alfred Appel, Jr.

"Fascinatingly detailed."--Edmund Morris, The New York Times Book Review

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  • ペーパーバック: 544ページ
  • 出版社: Vintage; Rev Upd Su版 (1991/4/23)
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  • ISBN-10: 0679727299
  • ISBN-13: 978-0679727293
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若かりし頃、無理して背伸びして読了したLolita。話しの流れを見失いながらもバカラのグラスのような文体に妙に感心した。当時は曖昧模糊としたままやり過ごした疑問点を解明すべく、このannotation付きロリータを購入。やっと半分くらいは疑問点を解消できた。そこまでは嬉しいんだけど、この印刷は何だ!paperbackにて購入したけれど、戦前の岩波文庫のような印刷はきついワ。よって星ひとつマイナス。こんなこと私の手にしたcopyだけであって欲しい。
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5つ星のうち 1.0 Horrible Kindle conversion 2014/6/4
投稿者 Melanti - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
To be clear - this review is specific to the Kindle edition of the annotated novel. I would give Lolita itself 5 stars and then some.

There's around 200 pages worth of footnotes and they have a link to the footnotes at the front of each chapter - but no link on the things that are being foot-noted and no indication at all that they were discussed.

There's no easy way to switch back and forth between the footnotes and the main text. To look something up you basically have to page backwards to the first page of the chapter, click on the link, then page forward through the notes to the item you're interested in, then admittedly there IS a link provided there to send you back to the main text.

So to make the links work without constant paging back and forth, it's almost like you have to read the full notes for the chapter BEFORE reading the chapter. It's really distracting and pulling me out of the narrative. I thought it was going to be individual footnotes so I could look things up as I came across them - not one giant note for the whole chapter. (Little individual footnotes was how the intro is formatted.)

You can jump from one footnote to another, from the footnote to multiple spots in the text, etc. But you can't jump directly from the text to the footnote!

I think this is one book that would work a lot better with paper rather than this really poorly formatted ebook edition.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 As Nabokov Later Said- O Lo What Have They Done To You? 2016/5/1
投稿者 thirdtwin - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
If there ever was a book that would be helped by annotations it's Nabokov's Lolita; which for people that have actually read it is more tragedy than lurid- which you'll see once you've read what happens to practically every character but one- hint, it isn't pretty. But in addition to his plotting Nabokov was a master of word play with his layers of reference and meaning and 'inside' jokes and being self- referential about his texts in his text before it was even called 'meta'. So anyone who wants to get past the superficial plot can use al the help they can get. Recommend that this edition be read along with the Library Of America Version which is just the straight text without notes to get a better sense of the story flow. This is the most well-known story by a very influential author. As others have pointed out some of these annotations are far from perfect- some not helpful; but a place to start when forming your own opinion on the text.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 Creative and Funny 2017/4/22
投稿者 Graeme - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
This was my first time reading Lolita, but I understand that there are some people here who, having already read this classic before, have decided to look into an annotated version to see how those extra appendages might contribute to the overall experience of a second read through. With this in mind, I'll try to first review the novel itself for those who are unfamiliar, and perhaps undecided, and then I will add my own thoughts on the Introduction and annotations that have been provided by Alfred Appel, Jr.

On the surface, you might imagine it uncomfortable to read a story in which our narrator and protagonist is a middle aged man with an obsessive fetish for "nymphets," who forms a sexual relationship with a 12 year old girl, traveling around the country while cunningly passing himself off as her father. But readers might find it reassuring(or disappointing) to know that there's actually very little obscenity in this novel, that sex is never actually described in detail, that the closest it comes to erotica would be when Lo reclines and naively rests her legs on the narrator's lap for the first time, that this book is actually a highbrow comedy. Humbert Humbert(or H.H.), as he calls himself, is a handsome, wealthy, and intelligent man, who, seemingly bored and callous to the world, constantly injects his uniquely blithe and sardonic humor into the text. Every character he meets is mocked with a jolly contempt. Every scenario in this book is turned into a parody. Consciously aware of his own creepiness and mental fragility, "lucidly insane," H.H. even parodies himself.

Here you will find a writing style that will make you feel more sophisticated just for having understood it. There are literary allusions to please the English buffs, along with an expansive vocabulary including, but not limited to, some rare and exotic words which do not even appear in the standard Kindle dictionary. But most of the humor, I think, is really in the tone and the way characters are portrayed, and even if you don't quite understand every remark H.H. makes, none of this is really necessary to appreciate the story.

In Part Two, the focus starts to shift a bit to some of the more subtle features of their relationship: the places they visited, Dolly growing up, Dolly bringing friends over, Dolly playing tennis, etc. I found it impressive to see how the characters changed and developed throughout this part, and Humbert Humbert's reflections on their relationship were even somewhat profound sometimes. Some people who aren't interested in the aesthetics here might find this area to be a little slow, but I promise you'll be rewarded soon after. The second to last chapter is hilarious.

As for the annotations, they were ok. They provide some extra background information, they translate the French for you, but they were nothing special. Some reviewers have complained about the lack of in-text hyperlinks, but I honestly don't think these would have been beneficial. The numerical chapter headings already have hyperlinks, my kindle app lets me jump back and forth with just a couple finger taps, and in-text hyperlinks would have been distracting. However, A.A. does seem to give away some spoilers in his annotations, so for those who would prefer a full immersion experience and who would like to try to predict some mysteries on their own, I might suggest actually ignoring the annotations the first time they read Lolita, or at least the ones that don't translate French.

The introduction seemed to start off well until Appel started talking about literary involution. There is a lot of involution in Lolita, realism is deliberately thrown out the window sometimes, but I saw this as contributing to the comical effect and nothing more. Appel seems to interpret some kind of subjectivist philosophical meaning in it which I thought just went too far. His anecdote about the Puppet Show, and how his 5 and 3 year old children began laughing to steel themselves against the terror of questioning the reality of reality(whatever that means) was so stupid, I immediately skipped the rest of the Introduction and continued onto the Foreword. Nabokov's commentary on Lolita at the end, however, was pleasant.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Worthwhile If You Enjoy the Original 2016/8/24
投稿者 William J. Fallon - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
Lolita the book is excellent and everyone knows what it is about. Methinks the only thing one can review are the annotations. I got a lot out of them. Nabokov isn't the type to explain what he's doing so the notes are very useful. There are a lot of foreign phrases and references to literature and even connections between material early and later in the book. I would read Lolita first, on it's own, to appreciate the book the way Nabokov wrote it. Then go back and read with the references so what the annotator says adds to and doesn't change what the author wrote.
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5つ星のうち 1.0 Unwieldy 2011/12/2
投稿者 Richard Lee Barnes - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
I bought the Kindle edition of this book and found it extremely hard to use. There are no links to the endnotes in the text so you have to manually switch to the end of the book to see if there's a note for the specific phrase/passage you just read. With multiple notes for every single page of the novel, this becomes extremely tedious and kills the flow of the novel even more than linked endnotes would, as it's much harder to flip through a kindle book than a physical book. Do not waste your time on the Kindle version until there are links to the endnotes within the text. I'm going to return this and buy a hard copy.
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