Read Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass Online Free - Weary of her storybook, one "without pictures or conversations," the young and imaginative Alice follows a hasty hare underground--to come face-to-face with some of the strangest adventures and most fantastic characters in all of literature.
The Ugly Duchess, the Mad Hatter, the weeping Mock Turtle, the diabolical Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat--each more eccentric than the last--could only have come from that master of sublime nonsense, Lewis Carroll.
In penning this brilliant burlesque of children's literature, Carroll has written a farcical satire of rigid Victorian society, an arresting parody of the fears, anxieties, and complexities of growing up.
Carroll was one of the few adult writers to successfully enter the children's world of make-believe: where the impossible becomes possible, the unreal--real, and where the height of adventure is limited only by the depths of imagination.
|Title||:||Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||239 pages|
June 02, 2007
I think that the failure not only of Children's Literature as a whole, but of our very concept of children and the child's mind is that we think it a crime to challenge and confront that mind. Children are first protected from their culture--kept remote and safe--and then they are thrust incongru...
April 13, 2017
“Once she remembered trying to box her own ears for having cheated herself in a game of croquet she was playing against herself, for this curious child was very fond of pretending to be two people.”
If I ever had to choose to be another literary person than my beloved soulmate Don Quixote, it woul...
May 15, 2009
Read both as a child, and again as an adult. Loved and appreciated it then; love and appreciate it now.
A book everyone should read at least once, and one that I hope children are still reading today.
March 21, 2009
This is a weird one. The more I read the more I'm okay with the weirdness. Does that say something about me? I thought at first I wouldn't read it to my kids because it's too strange, but I'm thinking now I might. They just might like it. We'll see how it ends. Am I lame that I've never read this...
December 31, 2017
And causing unpleasant dreams for young children for over 150 years now.
June 12, 2017
توی بخشی از داستان "آن سوی آینه"، آلیس به جنگلی می رسه که هر کس واردش بشه، فراموش میکنه کیه. آلیس، كه یادش رفته آلیسه، یه بچّه آهو می بینه که اون هم یادش رفته آهوئه. با هم دیگه دوست میشن و دست در گردن هم دیگه، قدم میزنن تا از جنگل خارج میشن. همین که از جنگل فراموشی خارج میشن بلافاصله آهو یادش میا...
February 15, 2013
People love this. Not me. Does that mean I'm not people?
Usually I like scatterbrained, nonsensical stuff and that's probably my problem: I don't get the references. At least some of the wild and crazy antics seem to happen to prove a point about the ridiculousness of some or other quirky British...
May 30, 2015
“We're all mad here.”
In a journey through these two magical little stories, you will find:
a Charming World,
a Curious little girl,
and a lot of
And that's it's appeal.
Story 1- Alice's Adventures In Wonderland : 5 Stars
In short: Alice falls through a rabbit hole and l...
October 18, 2008
For decades I’d figured that since I can sing along to Jefferson Airplane’s song “White Rabbit” that I didn’t have to read the book. But I decided to do so and am glad I did, although I could not ever find where the dormouse said “Feed your head.” Mostly, the dormouse just slept. This book is rea...
January 03, 2016
one of my all time favorite books, so the re-read was a pleasure as always.
but this barnes and noble edit made it even better with the beautiful colour pics and the book looks really pretty on my shelf.