Alice in Wonderland

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Alice in Wonderland,

character created by author Lewis Carroll.
Alice in Wonderland syndrome - syndrome characterized by distortion of time perception, distortion of body perception, and visual hallucinations; migraine is often involved.
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It is known that he stammered, and some critics have maintained that he parodied himself as the Dodo in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Wonderland is a large-scale musical based on Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Discussion concerning the text-illustration dynamic in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland remains underdeveloped, in spite of the fact that Carroll conceived of his novel as an illustrated text.
The Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle is celebrating 150 years since the publication of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
David Day combines the expertise of an academic with the fervor of a true Alice enthusiast in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Decoded (Doubleday Canada, $40, 320 pages, ISBN 9780385682268).
The eclectic menu of cakes and pastries is inspired by characters and quirks from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, like 'Queen of Hearts' Mango Tarts, 'Drink Me' strawberry potion, 'Caterpillar's Mushroom' Raspberry Marshmallows, White Chocolate Mousse Teacups and Pocket Watch macaroons.
Inspired by real events and a real child, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was dreamt up on a summer's day in Oxford.
Comedy star Peter Sellers starred as the March Hare on TV back in 1972 with Fiona Fullerton as Alice and Dudley Moore as the Dormouse in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, while Kojak star Telly Savalas played the Cheshire Cat in a 1985 TV movie with Beatles drummer Ringo Starr as the Mock Turtle.
IN today's hysterical climate Lewis Carroll (aka Charles Dodgson) - the creator of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - would not have lasted long.
The documents are presented in sections on views of Lewis Carroll, before Alice, making Wonderland, other Alices, the legacy and reputation of Lewis Carroll and Alice, and later critical views of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Lewis Carroll's fantasy novel Alice's Adventures In Wonderland (1865) came second, followed by The Very Hungry Caterpillar (1969) by US author and illustrator Eric Carle.
Alice's Eats: A Wonderful Cookbook provides a fine survey by cookbook authors who consider the zany ingredients often referred to in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, and will prove a fun book for literary readers and cookbook enthusiasts looking for different recipes.