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About Lewis Carroll
Lewis Carroll was born on 27 January 1832. He studied at Christ Church, Oxford and went on to become a mathematics lecturer there from 1855 to 1881. Lewis Carroll's most famous works are Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (published in 1865) and the sequel Alice Through the Looking-Glass, which contains the classic nonsense poem The Jabberwocky (published in 1872).
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Witty, whimsical, and often nonsensical, the fiction of Lewis Carroll has been popular with both children and adults for over 150 years. Canterbury Classics's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland takes readers on a trip down the rabbit hole in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, where height is dynamic, animals talk, and the best solutions to drying off are a dry lecture on William the Conqueror and a Caucus Race in which everyone runs in circles and there is no clear winner.
Through the Looking Glass begins the adventure anew when Alice steps through a mirror into another magical world where she can instantly be made queen if she can only get to the other side of the colossal chessboard.
Complete with the original drawings by John Tenniel, this edition is a steal for new readers and Carroll fans alike.
- Alice's Adventures Under Ground
- Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
- Through the Looking Glass
- The Hunting of the Snark
- The Nursery 'Alice'
As a bonus, you will also find a chapter from Through the Looking Glass that was lost for more than 100 years.
More than 65 years later, the words Tozer penned on a train from Illinois to Texas echo across the decades to resonate with power in the heart of anyone longing for a deeper experience with God. It will make you want to become a better person and live in a peaceful, God-filled way. This devotional masterpiece is at once thought-provoking and spirit-enlivening, an invitation to think deeply about your faith even as you come alive to God's presence surrounding, sustaining and pursuing you.
This book has stood the test of time in the souls of many and will continue to do so for years to come. Tozer includes a profound, original prayer at the end of each chapter. "Refuse to be average. Let your heart soar as high as it will." — A.W. Tozer. This book is a modest attempt to aid God's hungry children so they can find Him. It will lead you to the only One who can satisfy the soul.
On a drowsy afternoon by a riverbank, a young and distracted Alice follows a rabbit into a fantastical underground world that grows curiouser and curiouser. Dared, insulted, amused, and threatened by a succession of anthropomorphic creatures, the indomitable Alice falls deeper into a swirl of the imagination where logic has no place.
Referenced, resourced, analyzed, and embraced since its publication in 1865, Carroll’s masterpiece of the irrational has inspired such varied artists as Walt Disney, Marilyn Manson, Jerome Kern, James Joyce, and Tim Burton. It stands as one of the most extravagantly and ingeniously absurd works in the English language.
Revised edition: Previously published as Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, this edition of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (AmazonClassics Edition) includes editorial revisions.
When Alice sees a white rabbit take a watch out of its waistcoat pocket she decides to follow it, and a sequence of most unusual events is set in motion. This mini book contains the entire topsy-turvy stories of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, accompanied by practical notes and Martina Pelouso's memorable full-colour illustrations.
― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland.
Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland books have delighted readers across the globe for over a hundred years. Alice in Wonderland Collection – All Four Books presents the two most famous Alice books – Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass – as well as the Alice-related fantasy verse The Hunting of the Snark and, for Alice aficionados, a digitized copy of Alice’s Adventures Underground, the shorter, original Alice in Wonderland manuscript which Carroll wrote for his friends and family before they encouraged him to expand the book and send it to a publisher.
Also included in this collection - two image galleries showcasing vintage Alice illustrations, first edition covers and author portraits; links to free audio recordings of Alice in Wonderland; and Alice at the Movies, a look at the numerous movie versions over the years.
“Begin at the beginning," the King said, very gravely, "and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”
― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland.
The culmination of a lifetime of scholarship, The Annotated Alice is a landmark event in the rich history of Lewis Carroll and cause to celebrate the remarkable career of Martin Gardner.
For over half a century, Martin Gardner has established himself as one of the world's leading authorities on Lewis Carroll. His Annotated Alice, first published in 1959, has over half a million copies in print around the world and is beloved by both families and scholars—for it was Gardner who first decoded many of the mathematical riddles and wordplay that lay ingeniously embedded in Carroll's two classic stories, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.
Forty years after this groundbreaking publication, Norton is proud to publish the Definitive Edition of The Annotated Alice, a work that combines the notes of Gardner's 1959 edition with his 1990 volume, More Annotated Alice, as well as additional discoveries drawn from Gardner's encyclopedic knowledge of the texts. Illustrated with John Tenniel's classic, beloved art—along with many recently discovered Tenniel pencil sketches—The Annotated Alice will be Gardner's most beautiful and enduring tribute to Carroll's masterpieces yet.
When Alice steps through a mirror, she enters a reflection of her world where backwards is forwards, the future is remembered, and only the opposite of logic makes sense. Increasingly befuddled, she’s challenged by the belligerent Humpty Dumpty, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, the nonsense rhymes of the Jabberwocky, and the discovery that she’s a pawn in a living game of chess. To become queen and find her way home, Alice must play.
A masterpiece of the absurd, Lewis Carroll’s sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland continues to inspire artists, filmmakers, musicians, and writers after all these years.
Revised edition: Previously published as Through the Looking-Glass, this edition of Through the Looking-Glass (AmazonClassics Edition) includes editorial revisions.
* illustrated with hundreds of images relating to Carroll’s life and works
* annotated with concise introductions to the novels and other works
* ALL the novels have their original Victorian illustrations – spend hours exploring the original Alice images and rarer images available nowhere else
* the original version of ALICE’S ADVENTURES UNDER GROUND, with Carroll’s unique illustrations
* includes Sir John Tenniel’s original illustrations for ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND
* includes rare poetry collections available in no other eBook
* special alphabetical list of poems – find that special poem quickly and easily!
* images of how the novels first appeared, giving your Kindle a taste of the Victorian texts
* includes a selection of Carroll’s mathematical works
* SPECIAL BONUS section of three biographies on Carroll – explore his fascinating life in detail!
* scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres, allowing easy navigation around Carroll’s diverse oeuvre
Lewis Carroll was a prominent figure of the Victorian age, having not only written the Alice novels, but also varied works such as mathematical treatises, poetry and short stories. This eBook gives readers the unique opportunity of exploring Carroll’s work in a manner never before possible. This is the complete and fully illustrated literary works of Lewis Carroll, with a selection of mathematical works too.
Please note: we aim to provide the most comprehensive author collections available to Kindle readers. Sadly, it’s not possible to guarantee an absolutely ‘complete’ works, due to the scarcity of minor texts. However, we do ensure our customers that every possible major text and a wealth of other material are included. We are dedicated to developing and enhancing our eBooks, which are available as free updates for customers who have already purchased them.
ALICE'S ADVENTURES UNDER GROUND
ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND
THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS
SYLVIE AND BRUNO
SYLVIE AND BRUNO CONCLUDED
The Short Stories
A TANGLED TALE
BRUNO'S REVENGE AND OTHER STORIES
WHAT THE TORTOISE SAID TO ACHILLES
The Poetry Collections
PROLOGUES TO PLAYS
COLLEGE RHYMES AND NOTES BY AN OXFORD CHIEL
PHANTASMAGORIA AND OTHER POEMS
THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK
THREE SUNSETS AND OTHER POEMS
PUZZLES FROM WONDERLAND
ACROSTICS, INSCRIPTIONS AND OTHER VERSES
LIST OF POEMS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Selected Mathematical Works
THE GAME OF LOGIC
THE ALPHABET CIPHER
FEEDING THE MIND
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF LEWIS CARROLL BY STUART DODGSON COLLINGWOOD
LEWIS CARROLL IN WONDERLAND AND AT HOME BY BELLE MOSES
THE STORY OF LEWIS CARROLL BY ISA BOWMAN
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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 is fully annotated and the original illustrations are included.
An unusually rich “Backgrounds” section is arranged to correspond with three clearly defined periods in Lewis Carroll’s life. Letters and diary entries interwoven within each period emphasize the biographical dimension of Carroll’s writing. Readers gain an understanding of the author’s family and education, the evolution of the Alice books, and Carroll’s later years through his own words and through important scholarly work on his faith life and his relationships with women and with Alice Hargreaves and her family.
Reflecting the wealth of new scholarship on Alice in Wonderland and Lewis Carroll published since the last edition, Donald Gray has chosen eleven new critical works while retaining five seminal works from the previous edition. Two early pieces—an essay by Charles Dickens and poem by Christina Rossetti—take a satirical look at children’s literature. The nine new recent essays are by James R. Kincaid, Marah Gubar, Robert M. Polemus, Jean-Jacques Lecercle, Gilles Deleuze, Roger Taylor, Carol Mavor, Jean Gattégno, and Helena M. Pycior.
The Selected Bibliography has been updated and expanded.
Alice sits on a riverbank on a warm summer day, drowsily reading over her sister’s shoulder, when she catches sight of a White Rabbit in a waistcoat running by her. The White Rabbit pulls out a pocket watch, exclaims that he is late, and pops down a rabbit hole. Alice follows the White Rabbit down the hole and comes upon a great hallway lined with doors. She finds a small door that she opens using a key she discovers on a nearby table. Through the door, she sees a beautiful garden, and Alice begins to cry when she realizes she cannot fit through the door. She finds a bottle marked “DRINK ME” and downs the contents. She shrinks down to the right size to enter the door but cannot enter since she has left the key on the tabletop above her head. Alice discovers a cake marked “EAT ME” which causes her to grow to an inordinately large height. Still unable to enter the garden, Alice begins to cry again, and her giant tears form a pool at her feet. As she cries, Alice shrinks and falls into the pool of tears. The pool of tears becomes a sea, and as she treads water she meets a Mouse. The Mouse accompanies Alice to shore, where a number of animals stand gathered on a bank. After a “Caucus Race,” Alice scares the animals away with tales of her cat, Dinah, and finds herself alone again.
Lewis Carroll (1832–1898) was the pen name of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, an English mathematician, professor, photographer, and artist. He first concocted Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland as “Alice’s Adventures Underground,” a story to entertain his boss’s young daughter Alice Liddell and her sisters. The girls demanded more and more of the tale, so he expanded it and eventually wrote it down. He self-published the book in 1865, featuring illustrations by prominent British political cartoonist John Tenniel. It was an instant success, as was its sequel, Through the Looking-Glass. First made into a movie in 1903, it has been adapted to film, picture books, video games, and more; has been translated into 176 languages; and is on the top-ten list of most popular books of all time.
This Book is classic edition with illustration.