Lewis Carroll

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Everyone’s familiar with Lewis Carroll’s famous children’s classic and the huge influence it’s had on modern culture. The Mad Hatter, the Duchess, the Cheshire Cat, the White Rabbit, the Caterpillar—all of these strange and familiar creatures appear in Alice, and the nonsensical style, memorable poems, and colorful set pieces are just as influential.
The book was originally written as gift to Alice Liddel, the daughter of one of Carroll’s friends. Carroll had told the story to Alice during a rainy-day boat trip up a river. It stuck in his mind, and a few years later the completed manuscript was published in 1865. More than 150 years later, it’s just as popular as it ever was.

Illustrated by Sir John Tenniel
133 printed pages

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    Samkelisiwe Gamedeshared an impression2 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    This was an interesting and exciting book that has a deeper meaning that what it seems to let on

    Екатерина Старицынаshared an impression4 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    🔮Hidden Depths

    I started reading this book in Russian (a very peculiar translation it was indeed) and found the book pretty boring and written badly (it was not even just a translation, it was a retold story).
    I never regretted switching to the original, which impressed me a lot. Now I get why people around the world love this story so much.
    I want to watch movies and cartoon about Alice's adventures, I want to check the other translations.
    Of course, I am going to read the second book about her.

    nataliamania21shared an impression5 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    Good enough.


    Darya Prataseniahas quoted5 years ago
    the best way to explain it is to do it
    Рина Лиhas quotedlast year
    London is the capital of Paris, and Paris is the capital of Rome, and Rome — no, that’s all wrong
    b5881081981has quoted7 days ago
    burning with curiosity

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