Lolita the immortal: Nabokov, Kubrick, and Lyne's nymphet ; and Luray's pearls: a woman's life, struggle and wisdom in North Carolina, 1921-2008

UNCG Author/Contributor (non-UNCG co-authors, if there are any, appear on document)
Duana Bonney (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Keith Cushman

Abstract: "Lolita the Immortal: Nabokov, Kubrick, and Lyne's Nymphet" is an analysis of Vladimir Nabokov's controversial novel, Stanley Kubrick and Adrian Lyne's films, and at times a look at the screenplay of each film. The purpose is to compare and contrast each film with the novel, examining what each film offers the audience, and how well the films adhere to the novel. "Luray's Pearls: A Woman's Life, Struggle, and Wisdom in North Carolina, 1921-2008" is a biographical essay using feminist rhetoric in a segmented essay style. The use of narrative presents a more intimate picture of the subject and aims to involve the reader. I obtained information about the subject through personal interviews and research into the Great Depression and women, and education in North Carolina.

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Language: English
Date: 2009
Vladimir Nabokov, Stanley Kubrick, Adrian Lyne, Great Depression, Women, North Carolina
Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, $d 1899-1977. $t Lolita.
Lolita (Motion picture : 1962)
Lolita (Motion picture : 1994)
Women $z North Carolina $v Biography.
Women $z North Carolina $v Interviews.
Women $x Education $z North Carolina.
Depressions $y 1929 $x History.

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