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Debate: Wonderland vs. Looking-Glass

The Lewis Carroll Society of North America is organising a debate about which book is better: “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, or “Through the Looking-Glass and what Alice found there”.

Four Carrollians will take sides and amicably argue about which of the two ‘Alice’ books is the more scholastically significant, culturally compelling, engrossingly eloquent, all-around better book.

You can attend the discussion via Zoom. Attendees can submit debate questions and also vote for their favorite at the beginning and end of the debate.

Date: 24 July 2021
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern / 11:00 AM Pacific
Zoomlink: posted 1 or 2 days before the event
More info: https://www.lewiscarroll.org/event/the-great-debate-wonderland-vs-looking-glass/

LCSNA debate

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