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From: Children's Literature[(essay date 2003) In the following essay, Geer argues that the framing structures Carroll uses to bookend the more fantastical aspects of his Alice in Wonderland novels emphasize the differences between adult and...
From: Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis[(essay date spring 2001) In the following essay, Ashbourne examines the semiotic implications of the Cheshire Cat in the Alice stories.] On January 14, 1898, Charles Dodgson, a.k.a. Lewis Carroll, died at the age of...
From: Alternative Alices: Visions and Revisions of Lewis Carroll's Alice Books: An Anthology[(essay date 1997) In the following essay, Sigler provides an overview of the critical reception of the Alice stories over the last century and discusses Carroll's contributions to literary modernism.] It may be...
From: School Library JournalThis is McGraw-Hill's  hardcover edition of a Dover paperback reprint of the 1890 Nursery Alice. Written by Lewis Carroll as an adaptation of Alice in Wonderland for, according to his own preface, the "illiterate,...
From: Who's Who in Children's Books: A Treasury of the Familiar Characters of ChildhoodThe personality of the dreamer is not as a rule important in a dream, but Alice's personality is shown clearly, in her rambling soliloquies with their fragments of past lessons and adult injunctions, her careful...
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