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http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/Sept05/highlights.915.html[1]Cornell
University News Service (press release) - Ithaca,NY,USA Sept. 15, 2005
Cornell event highlights for Sept. 15-22By Daniel Aloi[2]

ITHACA, NY -- From films to concerts to lectures, check out this
week's event highlights at Cornell. For complete calendar
information, visit the university's online calendar at
http://www.cornell.edu/events[3].



Nabokov's 'Lolita' turns 50
Cornell celebrates the 50th anniversary of Vladimir Nabokov's novel
"Lolita," first published Sept. 15, 1955, in Paris, with a special
exhibit on display now through Oct. 17 in Kroch Library. Nabokov, a
professor of Russian literature at Cornell from January 1948 to
February 1959, completed the controversial novel in late 1953 but
initially failed to find a U.S. publisher. Banned around the world,
the book became a best seller and its author one of the 20th
century's most celebrated writers. For more information, visit
http://rmc.library.cornell.edu[5].

Studying endangered monarch butterfly habitat
Biologist Lincoln Brower, who has studied the monarch butterfly for
51 years, will speak about "Monarch Butterfly Migration: an
Endangered Biological Phenomenon" in the Department of Entomology's
23rd annual William J. Hamilton Jr. Lecture, Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m. in
Alice Statler Auditorium. Admission is free and open to the public.
For more information, visit
http://www.plantations.cornell.edu/education/lectures.cfm[6].