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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In the case of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, the fabulous endpapers capture the atmosphere of a lazy Summer's day on the riverside at the beginning, and show the pack of cards falling into Alice's face as she wakes up lying in her sister's lap at the end.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Hannah Bolander Muncie, Indiana
It is known that he stammered, and some critics have maintained that he parodied himself as the Dodo in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. It is said also that he "was adept at mimicry and storytelling, and was reputedly quite good at charades." We also know that as a youngster he wrote both stories and poetry and contributed to Mischmasch, a magazine put together by the family.
Wonderland is a large-scale musical based on Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
It was not until 26 November 1864 that Carroll gave Alice Liddell his self- illustrated manuscript of Alice Under-Ground, by which stage Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was ready to be printed.
The Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle is celebrating 150 years since the publication of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
2 ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND (1972) FIONA Fullerton plays the young heroine and meets Peter Sellers as the March Hare.
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).
St James' Court's 'English Classics, Reinvented' literary series sees classics like Alice's Adventures in Wonderland given a new lease of life, as the brand partners with UK based artists to design new covers for limited edition prints of the UK's best loved tales.
Originally entitled Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, this 1865 novel was written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, who published the book under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll.
His Alice's Adventures in Wonderland DECODED will be published by Doubleday, Penguin-Random House, in October to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's classic children's novel.