Best alice in wonderland book

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best alice in wonderland book

Editions of Alices Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll

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People love them some monomyth, from Gilgamesh to Star Wars. But I think the real draw is how perfectly Wonderland captures the landscape of dreams: the tumble into the dark, the illogic that nonetheless contains a kind of sense, the fantastic that is at turns wondrous and dangerous. There is so much to Wonderland, so many places off the path that have yet to be explored. Add to Bag. Alice , by Christina Henry Alice is one of the darker reimaginings on this list.

Does not look like Amazon has it. Can I know where you got yours please? When I ordered, the books were not available on Amazon US.
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On July 4, , English mathematician and logician Charles Dodgson boarded a small boat with a few friends., And yet, I kept putting it off.

I memorized the poems from the book as a child. And I loved reading Alice in Wonderland -inspired books whenever possible. One of the great things about shopping for books now is that there are many beautiful editions of childhood classics available. Alice in Wonderland is a particularly beautiful book, and it just so happens that there are a variety of lovely copies to choose from, many of which also include lovely illustrations that further enhance the magic of the story. This lovely edition of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland features over 70 illustrations by artist Anna Bond. I'm pretty obsessed with everything Rifle Paper Co.

O n 4 July , a shy young Oxford mathematics don with a taste for puzzles and whimsy named Charles Dodgson rowed the three daughters of Henry Liddell, dean of Christ Church, five miles up the Thames to Godstow. On the way, to entertain his passengers, who included a year-old named Alice, with whom he was strangely infatuated, Dodgson began to improvise the "Adventures Under Ground" of a bored young girl, also named Alice. Wordplay, logical conundrums, parody and riddles: Dodgson surpassed himself, and the girls were enchanted by the nonsense dreamworld he conjured up. The weather for this trip was reportedly "overcast", but those on board would remember it as "a golden afternoon". This well-known story marks the beginning of perhaps the greatest, possibly most influential, and certainly the most world-famous Victorian English fiction, a book that hovers between a nonsense tale and an elaborate in-joke. Just three years later, extended, revised, and retitled Alice's Adventures in Wonderland , now credited to a pseudonymous Lewis Carroll , Alice in Wonderland its popular title was about to become the publishing sensation of Christmas A second volume about Alice Through the Looking-Glass followed in

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