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From: The Dalhousie Review[(essay date 1941) In the following essay, Burpee discusses how often Carroll is quoted compared to the Bible and William Shakespeare. ] “Nobody,” says Truth, “reads Alice in Wonderland to-day; it is too prosaic and...
From: Lewis Carroll: The Worlds of His Alices[(essay date 2019) In the following essay, Guiliano examines the creation of the Alice books, Carroll’s mode of composition, the great poems like “Jabberwocky” (1872), the parodic elements, and a suppressed episode of...
From: Victorian Poetry[(essay date 1988) In the following essay, Shires discusses madness and hallucination in the nineteenth century, noting how they were transmuted into fantasy, parody, and nonsense in Victorian poetry, including the...
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