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Laughter in the Dark by Vladimir Nabokov
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Sep 13, 2009

it was amazing

Nabokov made up his novel being at the beginning of his literate career. "Camera Obscura" was written in prose & in russian. The plot of the novel is impressing: secret sexual dreams of Bruno, acquaintance with fatal young girl, hopes, lusts & obvious end. I believe that Nabokov's "Camera Obscura" can be put in a row with his future "Lolita", they are connected. How? Read & you'll understand. But I stake on "Camera"

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