John Ray, Jr., Ph.D. writes in a foreword that Humbert, writer of the accompanying composition, named "Lolita, or the Confession of a White Widowed Male," passed on in prison not long before his preliminary was to begin in 1952.
In the wake of carrying around a few mental organizations and doing odd composing position, Humbert lands in the New England town of Ramsdale. He takes a room at the place of single man Charlotte Haze since her wonderful youthful girl, Lolita, helps him to remember Annabel.
Humbert longs for and flirt with Lolita, however is reluctant to do anything in case the Haze, who needs Humbert, find her tenant's pedophilia.
He at last lets the cat out of the bag about her mom's demise when she was hit by a car, and at an inn called The Enchanted Hunter, they engage in sexual relations interestingly
Humbert and Lolita drive across the U.S. for one year. Humbert takes steps to place Lolita in a halfway house in the event that she doesn't follow his sexual requests. At the point when Lolita becomes ill and is set in a specialist's office, she is removed by the one who looks like Trapp.
Humbert plans to kill Lolita's better half, yet when he visits them, figures out that her kidnaper was really Clare Quilty, a dramatist with whom Lolita was enamored. At the point when she wouldn't take part in his youngster porn films, he dismissed her. Lolita declines Humbert's encouragement to live with him, and he leaves heartbroken.