Lewis Carroll was an amazing writer who brought them back to their own tea parties with their stuffed animals and their dreams of being a princess. That is what most people think of when they see, or hear the words "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". What they don't think of are the oddities Lewis Carroll put so much thought into while writing the book.
Well, also Through the Looking Glass. And other examples of my inability to make decisions or commit in any way to anything. I currently have 18 copies of this book. But hey, it was a different year then, technically speaking.
How do I even review this? Just a heads up that my obsessive personality is going to become verrrrry clear as this review progresses. This is who I am, you guys.
I was a member of the fandoms of some teen pop sensation or other for nearly ten consecutive years. Lots of pent up energy. I have never picked this up without feeling instantly submersed in Wonderland.
I firmly believe this is the most amazing and beautiful and confusing and curious setting of all time. Wonderland is my Hogwarts. I love Alice and her curiosity.
She may also be my favorite character ever. Her reactions to everything are so, so funny. Her curiosity always outweighs confusion and fear. I constantly pick up retellings only to be utterly disappointed.
Get out of here with your shoddy Carroll-stealing. But I do love the original animated Disney adaptation. Honestly, the drug reading is simple and boring.
And scrolling through countless quasi-psychedelic GIFs to find the actual ones was irritating, too. Ah, yes, real art: Alice in Wonderland carries as much or as little significance as you want it to.
Just have fun with it. And please, for the love of God, stop applying your weird psychedelic edits to a Disney movie. Note on the audiobook: This time around, I listened to the audiobook, to switch things up. Scarlett Johansson read it.
I loved her funny accents and hated her overly-acted narration. This is my favoritest and I doubt it will be dethroned anytime soon. Come at me, every other book.Carroll published his novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in , followed by Through the Looking Glass in Alice's story began as a piece of extemporaneous whimsy meant to entertain three little girls on a boating trip in In his work Alice in Sunderland, Talbot calls the Oxford boat-trip story a myth and alleges Carroll spent years conjuring up the characters of Wonderland and Looking Glass.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (commonly shortened to Alice in Wonderland) is an novel written by English mathematician 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, anthropomo This is an adaptation.4/5(5K).
Lewis Carroll’s Alice Books books—Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland () and Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There () logic, story problems, and games. Carroll had planned to publish a collection of riddles, puzzles, charades, and acrostics that. Introduction. In Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, Lewis Carroll crafted literary work of amazing staying alphabetnyc.com have proven relevant to audiences of all ages, have been translated into over one hundred languages, and are referenced and cited in academic works and popular culture to this day.
Parody. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was originally told to entertain a little girl. One of the devices Lewis Carroll uses to communicate with Alice Liddell is parody, which adopts the style of the serious literary work and applies it to an inappropriate subject for humorous effect.