Psychological contours of Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita

Authors

  • R. Vijayaragavan PhD Scholar Department of English Annamalai University India
  • Dr. R. Bharathi Assistant Professor of English Department of English (FEAT) Annamalai University India

Abstract

Vladimir Nabokov (1899-1977), Russian-American novelist and lepidopterist, was neither a didactician nor a moralist. His images, which he painted with his words, are deceptive and contradictory. But the strangest thing happens. It turns out that Nabokov disliked Freud and painted images of the psychoanalyst that seem to become stale and mechanical. Literary critics, philosophers, and others have had a tendency to criticize Nabokov for suffering from influence-anxiety when it comes to Freud, hence making Nabokov into a dull paternalist with strong and prejudiced convictions.

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Published

2018-08-31