Alice in Wonderland [by] Lewis Carroll: Authoritative texts of Alice's adventures in Wonderland, Through the looking-glass, [and] The hunting of the snark [with] backgrounds [and] essays in criticism. Edited by Donald J. Gray.Material type: TextSeries: Norton critical edition: Publisher: New York, W.W. Norton Edition: [1st ed.]Description: xi, 434 p. illus. 22 cmISBN: 0393043436; 9780393043433; 0393099776 (pbk.); 9780393099775 (pbk.)Uniform titles: Selections. 1971 Subject(s): Fantasy literature, English | Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898 -- Criticism and interpretation | Fantasy literature, English -- History and criticism | Adventure stories, English -- History and criticism | Alice (Fictitious character : Carroll) -- Fiction | Alice (Fictitious character : Carroll) | Adventure stories, EnglishDDC classification: 823/.8 LOC classification: PR4611.A4 | G7
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Bibliography: p. 431-434.
Introduction -- Alice's adventures in wonderland -- Through the looking-glass -- The hunting of the snark -- Early life and writing. Parents and childhood / Derek Hudson ; School : Richmond, Rugby, Oxford / Stuart Dodgson Collingwood ; From The diaries, 1855-56 / Lewis Caroll ; Early poems / Lewis Carrol ; She's all my fancy painted him / Lewis Carrol ; Stanza of Anglo-Saxon poetry / Lewis Carrol ; Solitude / Lewis Carrol ; Upon the lonely Moor / Lewis Caroll ; From The diaries, 1856-63 / Lewis Carroll ; Ordination / Derek Hudson -- The writing of Alice books. The Liddells / Derek Hudson ; From The diaries, 1856-63 / Lewis Caroll ; From Alice's adventures underground ; The telling of Alice's adventures / Robinson Duckworth ; Alice's recollections of Carrollian days / Alice and Caryl Hargreaves ; From the diaries, 1863-65 / Lewis Carroll ; Alice on the stage / Lewis Carroll ; From the diaries, 1967-71 / Lewis Carroll -- Later life. Lewis Carroll--photographer / Helmut Gernsheim ;The mathematical manuscripts of Lewis Carroll / Warren Weaver ; Lewis Carrol as logician / R.B. Braithwaite ; Rooms at Christ church / Derek Hudson ; A visit to Christ church / Isa Bowman ; Letters to his child-friends / Lewis Carroll ; From the diaries, 1873-85 / Lewis Carroll ; An old bachelor / Stuart Dodgson Collingwood -- Essays in criticism. Fairy tales with a purpose / Gillian Avery ; Fairy tales for pleasure / Gillian Avery ; Escape / Peter Coveney ; The child as Swain / William Empson ; Chess and theology in the Alice books / A.L. Taylor ; The balance of brillig / Elizabeth Sewell ; Wittgenstrin, nonsense, and Lewis Carroll / George Pitcher ; What is a boojum? nonsense and modernism / Michael Holquist ; Reconstruction and interpretation of the development of Charles L. Dodgson and Lewis Carroll / Phyllis Greenacre.
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School Library Journal ReviewGr 2-5-An oversized book containing 12 full-page illustrations, one per chapter, with various smaller pictures of story elements peppered throughout, similar to the layout and design Zwerger used in The Wizard of Oz (North-South, 1996). The pictures are done in muted watercolors with very simple lines. Despite the flawless artistry evident in the work, there is something missing from Zwerger's Alice, and that would appear to be Alice herself. The child is clearly seen full-face in only a single illustration, that of the mad tea party, and then her facial expression is blank and disinterested. Otherwise, she is merely glimpsed: in the distance, looking down, disappearing from the page, and in some cases headless. The illustration of Alice after she has drunk the liquid causing her to grow shows only her cramped knees. Carroll's Alice is a feisty participant in her adventures, but Zwerger portrays her more as a sleepwalker, giving readers no opportunity to see how she is reacting to the events around her, be they bizarre, nightmarish, or humorous. While adults may find the book interesting from a visual standpoint, either the original artwork by John Tenniel or Michael Hague's charming version (Holt, 1995), which has literally double the number of illustrations, will have more child appeal.-Grace Oliff, Ann Blanche Smith School, Hillsdale, NJ (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.
Author notes provided by SyndeticsCharles Luthwidge Dodgson was born in Daresbury, England on January 27, 1832. He became a minister of the Church of England and a lecturer in mathematics at Christ Church College, Oxford. He was the author, under his own name, of An Elementary Treatise on Determinants, Symbolic Logic, and other scholarly treatises.
He is better known by his pen name of Lewis Carroll. Using this name, he wrote Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. He was also a pioneering photographer, and he took many pictures of young children, especially girls, with whom he seemed to empathize. He died on January 14, 1898.
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