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Ada Veen

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A passionate and sensual young woman, she is also brilliant. Though she loves deeply, fidelity is not her strongest suit: as a result, she has many lovers but only one love, her cousin/brother Van. She flouts convention in youth in taking Van as her lover, yet succumbs to it later in age. They end up together after the death of her husband, in their 80s. If Van is the fire, then she is the flood- engulfing, unstoppable, beautiful.

"Ada or Ardor: A Family Chronicle" by Vladimir Nabokov

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • tragedy Distribution

    They scored 38% on tragedy, higher than 31% of your peers.

  • brilliance Distribution

    They scored 61% on brilliance, higher than 52% of your peers.

  • soul Distribution

    They scored 50% on soul, higher than 15% of your peers.

  • eroticism Distribution

    They scored 52% on eroticism, higher than 48% of your peers.

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