Book by Hancher, Michael
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This very interesting book from Michael Hancher compares Tenniel's illustrations for the 'Alice' books to his other work (a.o. for the magazine Punch), and illustrations from Tenniel's contemporaries, including Dodgson's own illustrations for "Alice's Adventures Under Ground".
The book contains a lot of pictures, to visualize the references in the text.
The title unfortunately is out of print, but you can still get it used: http://www.amazon.com/Tenniel-Illustrations-Alice-Michael-Hancher/dp/0814203744/
Book by Hancher, Michael
Hardcover facsimile edition of the original version of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, which Carroll wrote and illustrated himself as a Christmas gift for Alice Liddell.$ 24.95 (as of 24 September 2018, 12:03 pm) Add to cartView product
The book describes the childhood of Alice Liddell and considers the connection between Alice Liddell, the Alice from the book and Dodgson/Carroll by means of anecdotes, historical information on childhood life in Victorian England, family trees for Alice, Dodgson, and Queen Victoria, biographical details, descriptions of the Oxford setting (including a walking tour), photos, etc.. The book also contains games and puzzles invented by Dodgson.$ 20.94 (as of 24 September 2018, 12:03 pm) & FREE Shipping. Details Add to cartView product
Karoline Leach introduces the topic of the ‘Carroll Myth’. She analyzes the history of Carroll’s biographies and finds out how the mythic image of Lewis Carroll developed, and, like Jenny Woolf, tries to put it right.
Many autors have attempted to write stories in ‘Wonderland’ style, pretending them to be recently recovered ‘lost’ stories by Lewis Carroll. This book is different. It is Carroll’s original “Through the Looking Glass” tale, but in a ‘lost format’. The story is printed in a font based on Lewis Carroll’s handwriting, and it contains more than 30 pen-and-ink drawings, trying to mimic Carroll’s style. The result is a book that quite looks like a manuscript that Lewis Carroll could have written, if he had indeed created one for the “Looking Glass” story!$ 19.95 (as of 24 September 2018, 12:03 pm) & FREE Shipping. Details Add to cartView product
This classic ‘Little Golden Book’ from Disney, originally published in 1951, retells the scene in which Alice joins the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, and the Dormouse for a mad tea party.
This vintage Little Golden Book from 1951 retells the story of Alice’s adventures in Wonderland, based on Walt Disney’s animated movie.
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