Lewis carroll, born charles lutwidge dodgson (1832-1898) is best known for alice's adventures in wonderland, in addition to its sequel through the looking-glass he was a mathematician, deacon, and photographer in addition to being a writer. Alice's adventures in wonderland, novel by lewis carroll, published in 1865 it is one of the best-known and most popular works of english-language fiction it is one of the best-known and most popular works of english-language fiction. Alice in wonderland (originally published as alice's adventures in wonderland by charles lutwidge dodson, under the pseudonym lewis carroll) has been continuously in print since its publication in 1866.
Alice in wonderland is one of the few classics that i was especially excited to get my hands on source: amazon i'm so happy to say that this was a classic that completely swept me off my feet and transported me, wholeheartedly, into the world of young alice. This is not the classic book by lewis carroll that you're looking for this is a rewrite by jc gorham, the story re-told in words of one syllable look for alice's adventures in wonderland instead. By the time the second book reached publication in 1871, alice's adventures in wonderland had found an appreciative readership over time, carroll's combination of sophisticated logic, social satire, and pure fantasy would make the book a classic for children and adults alike.
A revolving review of 'alice's adventures in wonderland' sergio garcía sánchez pays visual homage to lewis carroll's classic tale. You can read book alice's adventures in wonderland by lewis carroll in our library for absolutely free read various fiction books with us in our e-reader add your books to our library. Alice in wonderland has always been my number one choice in books it has inspired my own writing and combined with labyrinth and beetlejuice, my books have taken a tremendous twist but with alice, it is the number one book every child should read, and every adult if you've never read it.
Lewis carroll describes the fall into the rabbit-hole as very long and he mentions bookshelves on the sides of the hole perhaps it is an escape into literature he hints at carroll is an expert at puns and irony. Alice's adventures in wonderland is an 1865 novel written by english author charles lutwidge dodgson under the pseudonym lewis carroll it tells of a girl named alice falling through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. Lewis carroll's alice's adventures in wonderland is the classic story of a young girl adventures in an imaginative world were nothing is at it should be adventures in wonderland changed children's literature forever, before this book came out story's for children had to be instructive with a moral lesson. As a child, i would often fall asleep listening to various adaptations of lewis carroll's alice's adventures in wonderland i came to love the story and its characters, but have never, since entering adulthood, considered this book from a literary perspective. Zwerger's (the wizard of oz) captivating cover image of the mad tea-party for this edition of carroll's 1865 tale conveys the psychological tension of the interior artwork: alice, at the head of an el.
This is the only version of the alice in wonderland stories worth having lewis carroll was a remarkably allusive chap -- and a mathematician to boot -- so you need a vade mecum to guide yourself through the bulrushes. Alice and her sister delilah are sitting under a tree when alice sees the white rabbit hurry down a rabbit hole alice follows the white rabbit into wonderland, where she has a series of. Alice's adventures in wonderland -- lewis carroll alice's adventures in wonderland (commonly shortened toalice in wonderland (commonly shortened toalice in.
Because i love 'alice in wonderland' by lewis carroll and since tim burton's 'alice in wonderland' is coming out soon, i couldn't resist buying this book i had hoped it would be very entertaining, and i was right. Alice in wonderland is a whimsical world that exsist in alice's mind i used to watch the old vedio as a kid at my great grandma's house, and really didn't understand it but once i read the book a while back i feel in luv with this book. Alice in wonderland has a lasting legacy and a long line of happy children who've discovered the classic collection of literary nonsense i say 'nonsense', but while it can be nonsensical at times it's nonsensical in an enjoyable way, unlike some of the weird stuff that flowed from the pen of william burroughs.