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Nymphet Faunlet

The first recorded use of the term "nymphet", defined by The Century ... The term faunlet, also coined by Nabokov and used by Humbert Humbert, is used to ...

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Lolita (Full Text)
haunted by those nymphets of mine and surrounded by a vast, misty sea. Between ... nymphet to me; I was her equal, a faunlet in my own right, on that same.
Childhood Myths in How to Read Donald Duck and Lolita
another myth, that of nymphets, evil girls who tempt and seduce “pure” men such as .... little Annabel was no nymphet to me; I was her equal, a faunlet in my.
Стилистическое задание поэтического текста: переводческий
неологизмом Набокова. Английский аналог данной лексемы “nymphet”, а так же его производящее ...... модификационным значением (townlet, faunlet).

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Pale Fire and the Cold War: Redefining Vladimir Nabokov's Masterpiece
Superficially this would seem to mean his identity as the last king of Zembla, but it could also refer to his tortured proclivity for “faunlets” (the male version of nymphets, of which Lolita is the most recognized specimen), or to something else entirely.
The magician's doubts
인간은 왜 금지된 것에 매료되는가? 영화 로리타

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Lolita (term) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1.1 Nymphet; 1.2 Nubile; 1.
Faunlet - definition of Faunlet by The Free Dictionary
[From earlier nymphet, nymphette, small nymph, young nymph (applied in Vladimir Nabokov's novel Lolita (1955) to a pubescent girl desired by the novel's  ...
faunlet on Tumblr
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Urban Dictionary: Faunlet
Faunlet. A sexualized pre-adolescent boy. Coined by Vladimir Nabokov, author of Lolita.
FAQ - Nymphet Fashion
Frequently Asked Questions NYMPHETS ARE ALL DIFFERENT! ... A faunlet.

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