Morning Bites: Humbert Humbert’s Religion, Marie Calloway, Drew Magary’s Songs, Allen Ginsberg’s Course List, And More


Humber Did Nabokov write Lolita’s Humbert Humbert as a Jewish character?

Drew Magary told Largehearted Boy about some music he likes.

Jarrod Shanahan at The New Inquiry on people that believe in “Lizard People, Ancient Aliens, Freemasons, Occupy’s “1%,” or the poor maligned Rothschilds,” and what those people really aren’t getting.

Allen Ginsberg had a pretty great reading list for one of his courses.

Marie Calloway will be reading at St. Marks Bookshop on May 30th.

HiLowbrow has published the first installment of W.E.B. Du Bois’s “The Comet,” which was originally published as the tenth chapter of Du Bois’s avant-garde fiction, poetry, and autobiographical collection Darkwater: Voices From Within the Veil.

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