Finishing Lolita wasn't easy

"Dublin Review of Books" revisits the unlikely story of how Nabokov's "Lolita" was published; "Krytyka" ponders what awaits Ukraine after the Eastern Partnership summit; "Osteuropa" scrutinizes Russia's isolated take on the Syrian civil war; "Cogito" finds Erdogan's democracy package far from democratic; "Dialogi" has learned to distrust merchants of culture; "Esprit" marks the centenaries of Albert Camus and Paul Ricœur; "Schweizer Monat" demands we stand up to the tyranny of the algorhythm; "Mittelweg 36" finds that the social role of violence has been neglected for too long; "Vikerkaar" declares Latin America healthy and ready for the future; and "Dziejaslou" objects to the excision of the avant-garde.

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