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1955 (Paris); 1958 (New York)
Except for the framing device in the fictional foreword, Lolita is narrated in the first person by sexual predator Humbert Humbert. Humbert is an unreliable narrator who manipulates his audience as he tries to justify his obsession with a 12-year-old girl as romantic love.
Lolita is narrated in the past tense.
"Lolita" is the nickname the narrator gives to the 12-year-old girl with whom he is obsessed.
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