Lolita in the Afterlife

audiobook (Unabridged) On Beauty, Risk, and Reckoning with the Most Indelible and Shocking Novel of the Twentieth Century

By Jenny Minton Quigley

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In 1958, Vladimir Nabokov’s Lolita was published in the United States to immediate controversy and bestsellerdom. More than sixty years later, this phenomenal novel generates as much buzz as it did when originally published. Central to countless issues at the forefront of our national discourse— art and politics, race and whiteness, gender and power, sexual trauma—Lolita lives on, in an afterlife as blinding as a supernova. With original contributions from a stellar cast of prominent twenty-first century writers and edited by the daughter of Lolita’s original publisher in America, Lolita in the Afterlife is a vibrant collection of sharp and essential modern pieces on this perennially provocative book.
Audiobook Table of Contents:
Witness for the Defense: My Father and Lolita - by Emily Mortimer, read by the author
Véra and Lo - by Stacy Schiff, read by Marisol Ramirez
On the Road with Humbert and Lolita - by Ian Frazier, read by Paul Bellantoni
Ugly Beautiful - by Roxane Gay, read by the author
Badge of Honor - by Susan Choi, read by Rebecca Lowman
Watching the Detective - by Laura Lippman, read by the author
Lolita Diary - by Alexander Chee, read by Vikas Adam 
Delectatio Morosa - by Lauren Groff, read by Rebecca Lowman
Lolita, #MeToo, and Myself - by Morgan Jerkins, read by Marisol Ramirez
Lolita, Chamonix, France, 2018 - by Andre Dubus III, read by the author
The Showgirl Who Discovered Lolita - by Sarah Weinman, read by the author
Fashion’s Lolita; Fragile, Subversive, and a Paean to White Femininity - by Robin Givhan, read by Marisol Ramirez
Lolita and the Empathetic Imagination - by Jim Shepard, read by the author
How Lolita Freed Me from My Own Humbert - by Bindu Bansinath, read by the author
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Jury - by Christina Baker Kline, read by Rebecca Lowman
Charmed - by Victor LaValle, read by Vikas Adam 
They Stay the Same Age - by Sloane Crosley, read by the author
Dear Sugar - by Cheryl Strayed, read by the author
What We Talk About When We Talk About Lolita - by Lila Azam Zanganeh, read by Marisol Ramirez
Nabokov’s Rocking Chair: Lolita at the Movies - by Tom Bissell, read by the author
Lo and Behold - by Jill Kargman, read by the author
Acquiring Lolita’s Language - by Aleksandar Hemon, read by Paul Bellantoni
Charlotte’s Complaint - by Jessica Shattuck, read by the author
Lolita in the Time of Trigger Warnings - by Erika L. Sánchez, read by Marisol Ramirez
Maison Nymphette - by Kate Elizabeth Russell, read by the author
A Living Story of Lolita in Iraq - by Zainab Salbi, read by the author
The Lollipop Room - by Kira von Eichel, read by Rebecca Lowman
The Anti-Monster - by Claire Dederer, read by Marisol Ramirez
Lolita in Lockdown - by Dani Shapiro, read by the author
I Cannot Get Out Said the Starling - by Mary Gaitskill, read by Rebecca Lowman
Lolita in the Afterlife