6 edition of Through the looking-glass found in the catalog.
Through the looking-glass
|Statement||with fifty illustrations by John Tenniel.|
After learning the names of the insects, Alice sets off again and discovers that she has forgotten the names of things, even her own name. Why, it's as much as I can do to see real people, by this light! Beware the Jabberwock, my son, the jaws that bite and claws that scratch Alice and the White Knight walk and talk together, and Alice finds a friend in the eccentric chessman.
Poems like Jabberwocky explore the limits of language, while the Walrus and the Carpenter are simply hilarious. Alice in the book is easy to follow Through the looking-glass book through the madness, as she is traveling through this chess board to become queen and the reader never loses sight of that. Wonderland and Looking-Glass Land Yeah, more on that in a momentwere dreamlike places divided into episodic chapters with their own set pieces but little driving a whole plot. Is that a bargain? Chapter 1: Looking-Glass house[ edit ] 'Twas brillig and the slithy toves, Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe. Well, they are my choice form the Rare and Antique book store today.
But how can you talk with a person if they always say the same thing? Is that a bargain? In this adaptation, the Jabberwock materialises into reality after Alice reads "Jabberwocky", and pursues her through the second half of the musical. Whichever way they are read they still remain an enchanting read! I afterwards sent two corrections by post.
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I'm sure the woods look sleepy in the autumn, when the leaves are getting brown. Carroll recalled the entire printing because he thought the illustrations looked bad, which makes this edition very rare now Hancher Wonderland Through the looking-glass book on the nightmarish.
She joins a feast that is being celebrated in her honor, but soon things begin to go awry, and suddenly, the Red Queen is actually her kitten, and she is back in her living room.
He chortled in his joy. In the years that followed their publication, Through the looking-glass book Carroll's books have been intensely studied by literary critics, psychologists, mathematicians and chess enthusiasts.
Translations The story has been translated into 65 languages, and 1, different editions were identified all over the world in It featured most of the elements from Through the Looking Glass as well, including W.
The Chronicles of Narnia by C. For the white kitten had been having its face washed by the old cat for the last quarter of an hour and bearing it pretty well, considering ; so you see that it couldn't have had any hand in the mischief.
Alice comes across the White King, who explains to her that he has sent all of his horses and men, presumably to put the shattered Humpty Dumpty back together again.
Inthe third edition was reprinted again the 60th thousand. Some people think that this has something to do with his left-handedness, and the asymmetry of his body. Everything's just as it was!
This miniature edition published in was a real success and remains a highly collectable edition. Through the Looking-Glass takes Alice through the mirror hanging on her nursery wall into a realm beyond. Alice looks out over a field, sees a great game of chess in progress, and tells the Red Queen that she would like to join.
Alice learns from the flowers that the Red Queen is nearby, and Alice sets off to meet her.
He liked to write letters in mirror-writing, drew pictures which changed into different ones when held upside down, and he also liked to play his musical boxes backwards.
What's to be done; that is just the nature of Through the looking-glass book knight in chess, always confined to their hurky-gurky movement. The Red Knight gallops up to Alice and Through the looking-glass book her as a prisoner.
This is followed by an encounter with the Lion and the Unicornwho again proceed to act out a nursery rhyme, fighting each other violently for the crown. Alice continues on to meet the White Queenwho is very absent-minded and later transforms into a sheep.Funny poems and delightful turns of phrase that Lewis Carroll is justly famous for, continue to sparkle in this book too.
The dream-like quality is retained in Through the Looking-Glass, with abrupt changes in location and characters. In the years that followed their publication, Lewis Carroll's books have been intensely studied by literary 5/5(9).
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Going into it, I expected that I was only going to enjoy select parts of this book.
I'm pleased to say that Through the looking-glass book was wrong! Though the majority of this book is nonsensical, the word play throughout is so fun and endearing /5(69).May 30, · Simply put: Through the Looking Glass has absolutely nothing to do with Through the Looking Glass, even if you look at it as two alternate versions of the same world as the novel does with its own.
But that would be interesting.Read ebook Plot Overview of the entire book or a chapter by chapter Summary and Analysis. See a complete list of the characters in Through the Looking-Glass and in-depth analyses of Alice, The Red Queen, and The White Knight.