Week 15: Through the Looking-Glass

Assignments - Reading - Resources - Images


You can read the first Alice book, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, in an illustrated version at sabian.org.

You can read the Sylvie and Bruno stories, and other Carroll texts, at bootlegbooks.com.

The Background & History of Alice In Wonderland contains a great deal of useful information, including a description of the several different versions of Alice before Lewis Carroll settle on the final published form.

The Alice in Wonderland website is a wonderful resource, especially for movie and television productions of the Alice stories.

This biography of Dodgson comes with a timeline of events throughout his life.

You can read the entire Nursery Alice online at the Lewis Carroll e-texts website, which includes Carroll's wonderful Logic Puzzles

Read about Alice in Latin! Alicia in Terra Mirabili.

All kinds of Alice images and collectibles can be seen at the Pancake Parlour.

You can also see examples of Lewis Carroll's own photography online (he was a notable photographer in his time).

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