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Lolita The Enchanter Lolita is one of the most original stories that has been evolved from the enchanter Lolita is a fourteen 14 year old girl who is desired by the European intellectual Humbert Humbert As the narrator of the story Humbert chronicles his abnormal childhood adolescent experiences and an adventure in a booming American as a European tourist and pedophile But it is key to realize his first heartbreak as a boy manifests into his desires for nymphets The Enchanter deals with the experiences of a pedophile that is wiling to do anything to achieve his desires with a 12 year old girl Forget the enchanter and I honestly thought the movie to be a convincing love story On the surface level it was about an obsessive man and his love for nymphets who met Lolita the object of his desires There were differences between the movie and the novel first of all the title of each has to do with the main plot Lolita is more about the story of a girl able to manipulate her pedophile while The Enchanter deals with a mans obsession for young girls Lolita may have even been more manipulative in the film version An example of this was when Lolita was toying with Humbert as she rubbed her foot all over him in order to get a raise in her allowance and be able to be part of the play You could not be much more sexual manipulative girl than Lolita was On minor change was that the Lolita was twelve in the novel and fourteen in the movie This was simply done to make the relationship a bit more accepting in the viewers eyes I dont believe it harshly affected the story at all The pedophile was also played brilliantly yet I felt there was more longing in the novel pedophile though we were still able to see his burning desire for nymphets and
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