Alice in Wonderland / Hunting of the Snark

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Alice in Wonderland / Hunting of the Snark

Alice in Wonderland / Hunting of the Snark By Lewis Carroll Donald J. Gray Alice in Wonderland Hunting of the Snark In Lewis Carroll s Alice in Wonderland a very real little girl named Alice follows a very remarkable rabbit and experiences one of the strangest adventures and meets some of the oddest and best loved

  • Title: Alice in Wonderland / Hunting of the Snark
  • Author: Lewis Carroll Donald J. Gray
  • ISBN: 9780393958041
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alice in Wonderland / Hunting of the Snark By Lewis Carroll Donald J. Gray In Lewis Carroll s Alice in Wonderland a very real little girl named Alice follows a very remarkable rabbit and experiences one of the strangest adventures, and meets some of the oddest and best loved characters in all literature the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat, and the White Rabbit, each one, interesting and entertaining than the previouIn Lewis Carroll s Alice in Wonderland a very real little girl named Alice follows a very remarkable rabbit and experiences one of the strangest adventures, and meets some of the oddest and best loved characters in all literature the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat, and the White Rabbit, each one, interesting and entertaining than the previous It is a world where everything impossible effortlessly becomes possible and everything real, unreal In the hands of Lewis Carroll the heights of adventure are limited only by the reach of imagination In the words of a contemporary of Carroll s, if there be such a thing as perfection in children s tales
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    1. Traveller on said:

      I m looking for the third edition of the Norton Critical Edition of this.It has the following Newly discovered letters by Lewis Carroll, an expanded selection of diary excerpts, and a wealth of new biographical materials are some of the features of this revised Norton Critical Edition.This perennially popular Norton Critical Edition again reprints the 1897 editions of Alice s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass along with the 1876 edition of The Hunting of the Snark Each text [...]

    2. Olivia-Savannah Roach on said:

      I was so excited to be reading the original It was about time, especially after all those retellings like Insanity by Cameron Jace amongst many others Reading this, I quickly realised that those retellings took the elements they wanted from the story and changed a few, leaving quite a lot of it out.It was an easy book to read even though it was a classic No complicated language in this one It was humorous and I liked the twists on words and word play that there was quite a lot of in this one I l [...]

    3. Jenn Davis on said:

      Love it, love that Lewis Carroll was high as a kite almost the entire time he wrote it Disturbing but beautiful at the same time, both kids and adults can enjoy Also a great animated film and a fun Disneyland ride.

    4. Shanti on said:

      I am pretty sure that I have read both of these before But that was at least eight years ago, so here we go again.It was particularly interesting to read this in the light of Splintered and The Looking Glass Wars I know that this book technically discusses Dodgsons anger at the newfangled maths, but I m reviewing it as a work of literature a novel Okay I enjoyed the absurdity, the fun it makes of society, and the use of symbols and themes.This book is absurd There is no other way to describe it [...]

    5. Ishita Khichar on said:

      Children must love this book What delightful nonsense I remember being fascinated by some excerpts in elementary school Finally reading the full version at the age of 16, I couldn t help but smile at the fact that Lewis Carroll is the pen name of a mathematician So cool

    6. Fredrika on said:

      Like Anne of Green Gables, I have never fully read Alice in Wonderland, so it s been on my list of things to read I took the easy way out and listened to an audiobook of it, but I m still happy that I finished the actual story I didn t read the extras that this edition features, but, oh well This version is the one I own and I wanted to keep track I totally read listened to this book as a children s literature scholar, which took away some of the magic of the book It s so nonsensical though that [...]

    7. Ellee B. 5 on said:

      The book Alice In Wonderland by Lewis Carroll was not my favorite The story takes a go as little Alice finds herself falling down an endless hole while on a mission to find the white rabbit she had just seen After what she assumes to be several hours, Alice finally meets the ground She finds herself in a very different world where animals can talk and little girls can grow and or shrink by partaking of certain substances Her journey continues in Wonderland I did not love this book It was difficu [...]

    8. Julia on said:

      Love the way they describe Absolemd I think Tim Burton made a PERFECT decision casting Alan Rickman in that role RIP Alan Rickman

    9. LeonaCarstairs on said:

      About 3.5 stars I would say A funny, ridiculous sort of novel you have to be in a mood for to enjoy I like it better since I have read Heartless by Marissa Meyer OMG SO AMAZING GO READ IT NOW but it will never be my favorite Its crazy, kooky, and just so Alice in Wonderland y I do get why it is so popular I may actually reread this sometime, who knows.

    10. Ebookwormy1 on said:

      10 Best Sellers of all time, estimated 100 million copies soldI m just not a fan of Carroll s juxtaposed, illogical, keep the reader in a state of confusion, oh it s all a dream, style My copy has both these books bound together, and while I don t like either, Alice s Adventures in Wonderland is less unsatisfactory than Through the Looking Glass However, after seeing this staged a couple of times, I can understand why people who like word play for it s own sake, gorgeous costumes and vivid setti [...]

    11. Sarah on said:

      I really wanted to like this book and Through the Looking Glass but unfortunately I did not I tried and I tried to get behind the concepts of nonsense and the backwardness of it all but in the end I decided I d have to be in some type of altered state of mind to get it Although I was familiar with the beloved characters and have seen the Disney movie and the Tim Burton movie I found myself wanting character development and plot rather than the brief interactions that Alice had with the animals [...]

    12. Shima on said:

      I could tell you my adventures beginning from this morning, said Alice a little timidly but it s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then Written by a mathematician with a love of children, Alice in Wonderland is a triumph of children s literature and nonsensical logic The story is about a girl who falls down a rabbit hole, and enters the wonderful world of the bizarre and the impossible I frequently found myself awed by Mr Carroll s creativity, or smiling at his pun [...]

    13. Chai Zheng Xin on said:

      The plot is very strange but entrancing The multiple scenarios described in the book can be best described as nonsense that defies logic However, putting reason at the backseat, this book is certainty an interesting read that reminds us of the untethered imagination we had in our childhood.

    14. the Artful Dodger on said:

      I wish Alice didn t talk and interject so much The dialogue is perfectly understandable if she doesn t talk.

    15. Daniel on said:

      What to do when fetching kids Listen to Librivox s dramatized Alice in Wonderland It is better than TV, we all kept laughing by the ridiculous situations The kids love this story most

    16. Susan on said:

      Read this and you will catch allusions to it in books, films, poetry, and songs for years to come Down the rabbit hole, kids

    17. Mafalda Santos on said:

      I just can t even believed that I pushed myself to finish it In the book Alice is so annoying, I do get that she is really young, but I was just done with her

    18. Jamie Servos on said:

      It was a amazing book with funny characters and amazing settings Love the picture in the book Hope to dream About wonderland tonight to

    19. Nina on said:

      When I found out about a bookstore with English books here in Spain I went immediately Though I had no idea what I d buy, I walked out happily with this childhood favorite Why not experience the whimsical world of Alice as an adult What would the journey be like It was definitely laugh out loud funny, while at times thought provoking But the absolute beauty of this wonderland is that what you want to get out of it depends on the you.

    20. Daniel Swan on said:

      I loved Alice in Wonderland in film and was shocked at how much I didn t like the book.

    21. Ashley Carmichael on said:

      I read this because I was hoping to dispelled the bad taste this movie had left in my memories as a child not the Disney version It didn t work I still find this to be of a drug trip than something to truly appreciate Sorry Lewis Carroll.

    22. Daniel Rendón Flórez on said:

      The plot was interesting but too weird I found a lot of nonsenses while I was reading, so I did not feel a real connection with the story Perhaps, I had high expectations and they were not fulfilled.

    23. Elaina on said:

      I have no idea why people like this book so much, it is like a crappy acid trip.

    24. Michelle Farrell on said:

      I can appreciate randomness in books, I really can But this book drove me insane Plus it was creepy, bordering on horrifying in a way that really got under my skin I can honestly say this is one of my least favorite books The only thing I really appreciated in it was the bizarre imagery that it provided, as it was undoubtedly creative.

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