First published in 1898.
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First published in 1898.
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 16 September 2019, 11:11 am) & 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.$ 4.99 (as of 16 September 2019, 11:12 am) & FREE Shipping. Details 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.
This gorgeous edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland opens out into a carousel shape! The book is an abridged version of the original text by Lewis Carroll. When you open it, you can fold it out and tie the covers to eachother, as to form a six sided carousel. Each side shows a 3-dimensional scene, created from John Tenniel’s original illustrations.$ 24.99 (as of 16 September 2019, 11:11 am) Add to cartView product
Ronald Reichertz analyses the Alice books in the context of children’s literature from the seventeenth through the nineteenth century, and argues that Carroll’s originality was the result of a fusion of his narrative imagination and formal and thematic features from earlier children’s literature.$ 32.95 (as of 16 September 2019, 11:11 am) & FREE Shipping. Details Add to cartView product
This book contains the full text of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, along with commentary from the author. He identifies all kinds of hidden meanings and references behind the story on many levels. For example the real life people on which the characters are based, but also references to the Greek classics.
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