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From: Lewis Carroll[(essay date 1977) In the following excerpt, Kelly discusses Carroll's poetry, maintaining that his serious verse is of poor quality, while his humorous verse is brilliant.] I Serious Verse Lewis Carroll's serious...
From: The Collected Verse of Lewis Carroll[(essay date 1929) In the following essay, McDermott places Carroll’s poetry within its biographical context and ties his work to his interest in logic. McDermott suggests that Carroll’s poems are filled with parody and...
From: Lewis Carroll[(essay date 1990) In the following excerpt, Kelly provides a comprehensive overview of Carroll's poetry, including the poems incorporated into the Alice stories.] Serious Verse Lewis Carroll's serious poetry is very...
From: Lewis Carroll[Both Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass] have a structural framework--in the one playing-cards, in the other a game of chess, the moves in which Dodgson only to some extent attempted to...
From: English Language Notes[In the following excerpt, Clark discusses Carroll's verse parodies in Through the Looking Glass and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.] You say that I'm “to write a verse”— O Maggie, put it quite The other way, and...
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...
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