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Lolita: a Screenplay 1 editions

Cover of: Lolita | Vladimir Nabokov
About the Book

Here is the text of Nabokov's own screen adaptation of his celebrated novel, written in California in 1960 for the director Stanley Kubrick. The film was made by Kubrick, with heavy modifications of Nabokov's script, and released in 1962 - a critical and commercial success. In his forward to this book, Nabokov records his reaction upon seeing the final result - "a mixture of aggravation, regret, and reluctant pleasure...Kubrick saw my novel in one way, I saw it in another."

This book provides a fascinating look into the creative process, showing a writer's struggle to turn his own literary masterpiece into a movie script. This is a must for students of the problems of novels versus movies and for fans of Lolita, the novel and the movie.

1 edition First published in 1983

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Cover of: Lolita
Lolita: A Screenplay
1983, McGraw-Hill Book Company
Paperback in English - First paperback edition

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