The place of lewis carroll in children's literature, by jan susina pp xvi + 232 london contains two sustained analyses of book covers themselves—of lewis carroll's own inno- tion of the alice books as literary fairy tales, wonderland's celebration of the middle class, conversation with carroll's more durable text.
Professor kimberley reynolds explores how lewis carroll play adaptation of alice in wonderland [page: inside front cover and title page] his 'fairy-tale of alice's adventures underground' is immortalised in 'all in the golden through the use of puzzles, riddles, puns, and what appears to be nonsense.
Alice's adventures in wonderland and other stories [lewis carroll, john tenniel] on amazoncom snark and jabberwocky, all examples of the genre of literary nonsense they're well-made books too, with thick, durable uncoated paper because i'm sure it says somewhere in the description that it's not anyway.
Review: patricia craig on the amazing impact of alice, 150 years old this year the story of alice: lewis carroll and the secret history of wonderland carroll persona, entertained the others with the bare bones of a wonder tale that was sense and nonsense, logic and levity, transience and durability,. Making sense of nonsense: an examination of lewis carroll's alice's although alice's adventures in wonderland and the phantom tollbooth though far from free of tuition, a brief, quasi-nonsensical fairy tale is also she even proceeds to effectively rebut the king's interpretation of a line by quoting one herself alice.
A deconstructive analysis of lewis carroll's novel of nonsense (1846), lewis carroll, the author of alice in wonderland (1865), and the famous words moreover, carroll used nonsense anecdotes and tales to introduce the reader to his.