3 edition of Alices adventures in Wonderland found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 339-344).
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|2||Broadview editions series|
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John Tenniel's illustration of Alice and the pig from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland 1865 Alice is a fictional child living during the middle of the.
" Robert Douglass-Fairhurst compares Alice's cultural status to "something more like a modern myth," suggesting her ability to act as an empty canvas for "abstract hopes and fears" allows for further "meanings" to be ascribed to the character. Alice becomes, to the reader, a mistreated, misunderstood, wandering waif. And because of psychological time, Wonderland's experience comes to an end, and just as our uniquely, individual lives will one day end, so will our nightmares and dreams.
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I can't show you my finish quite yet, but I can show you her book, which is Alices adventures in Wonderland for sale. " Several reviewers thought that Tenniel's illustrations added to the book, with The Literary Churchman remarking that Tenniel's art of Alice provided "a charming relief to the all the grotesque appearances which surround her. But if Alice leaves Wonderland without acquiring any lasting, truly worthwhile knowledge, neither can she give any wisdom to the creatures whom she has met there.
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At the request of ten-year-old Alice Liddell, Carroll wrote down the stories as Alice's Adventures Under Ground, which he completed in February 1864. She also lends her name to the that she is depicted with in Tenniel's illustrations. I love the simple quilting textures she added to this quilt. " The degree to which the character of Alice can be identified as is controversial.
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