You simply have to go read this profusely illustrated Awl post about the Wikipedia entry on Lolita. The entry started out at four sentences, and now it's expanded to some 6,000 words. Arguments include: What to call Humbert Humbert (is he a pedophile or a ephebophile?), what to call Lolita (since the only character who calls Dolores "Lolita" is her kidnapper/rapist, is it fair to the character to use that name?), whether Dolores is pubescent or pre-pubescent, and whether Humbert Humbert is an unreliable narrator or not. It's a fascinating look at groupthink and literary criticism—kind of a slow-motion, hyper-nerdy book club.

You won't find a better thing on the internet today. Go look.