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ePub The real Alice: Lewis Carroll's dream child download
Author:
Anne Clark Amor
ISBN13:
978-0812828702
ISBN:
0812828704
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Publisher:
Stein and Day; First U. S. Edition edition (1982)
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1392 kb
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Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll), her later marriage and sons, and her final years, when she was celebrated as "the real Alice in Wonderland"

Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll), her later marriage and sons, and her final years, when she was celebrated as "the real Alice in Wonderland". The genesis and evolution of Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is meticulously presented, and her relationship with Dodgson is objectively detailed with great fidelity to the known facts and without undue speculation

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Also, do you know a book about Lewis Carroll's child friends? .

Also, do you know a book about Lewis Carroll's child friends? Thank you. Follow. There are at least two biographies of Alice Liddell: "The Real Alice: Lewis Carroll's Dream Child," by Anne Clark, originally published in 1981 and reprinted a few times; and "Beyond the Looking Glass: Reflections of Alice and Her Family," by Colin Gordon, 1982. Source(s): foopgoop · 9 years ago.

From an Amazon reader review: ""The Real Alice" is an exhaustive history of Alice Liddell and her family, encompassing her entire life and times, and including her friendship with Rev. Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll), her later marriage and sons, and her final years, when she was celebrated as "the real Alice in Wonderland". The genesis and evolution of Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is meticulously presented, and her relationship with Dodgson is objectively detailed with great fidelity to the known facts and without undue speculation. Alice is brought to life with such intimacy that, by the end, you feel that you know as much about her as it is possible to know, and have a deep affection for her. The book is loaded with b&w photographs, and inside the front and back covers are diagrams of her parents' family trees. It is the most complete and memorable story of Alice I have ever read."
  • "The Real Alice" is an exhaustive history of Alice Liddell and her family, encompassing her entire life and times, and including her friendship with Rev. Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll), her later marriage and sons, and her final years, when she was celebrated as "the real Alice in Wonderland". The genesis and evolution of Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is meticulously presented, and her relationship with Dodgson is objectively detailed with great fidelity to the known facts and without undue speculation. Alice is brought to life with such intimacy that, by the end, you feel that you know as much about her as it is possible to know, and have a deep affection for her. The book is loaded with b&w photographs, and inside the front and back covers are diagrams of her parents' family trees. It is the most complete and memorable story of Alice I have ever read.

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  • There will always be a certain mystery about the relationship of Alice and Lewis. This book does give you a lot of background. Alice was a different child. One with a mind of her own. Lewis' intentions and thoughts will never be completely know. This book opens your mind up to the possibilities.