Shelves: poetry , funny-and-ish , hello-neverland Well, I gave TV a chance today. I have no sitcoms to watch right now. What to do on a Saturday afternoon? And what did I find? A brilliant, typical Carroll nonsense poem.
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Douzragore It was everything I thought it would be and more. In her fantasy adventure in Wonderland, Alice experienced emotional and physical changes, encounters various creatures, and encounters a loss of and a quest to finding her identity, as well as gaining back her self-confidence which leads her to returning back to reality. Is this still a dream? Alice winds up in a land where irregular and wacky symbolism proliferates, personality is continually shifting, and language frequently flourishes as a methods for correspondence.
Carroll must have had fun in his days writing such silliness and I am happy to admit I had fun reading the same silliness.
All right, I skimmed through the stuff in the end because it included a lot of math. No question marks are needed. Published January by Debolsillo first published Although I have been trying to read it for the past seven months.
This was a bit trippy for me. View all 5 comments. In her fantasy adventure in Wonderland, Alice experienced emotional and physical changes, encounters various creatures, and enco This story is about a young girl, Alice, who encounters dreamlike experiences in her own bad dream. I personally love the Duchess and Pig. Did I say that Through the Looking-Glass was trippy? I suspect that when we read Alice all those once-upon-a-time strange things in the world are strange things again and we giggle or smile or let the thought linger for a moment.
Me encanta eso de la Casa del Espejo. Just a silly story where anything can happen. This poor seven-year-old child has to maintain a polite, calm state of mind through all sorts of insult and injury. Was it all a dream? You gotta Wonder just who was it that really woke her up? No author has ever since made such magnificent wordplay and used such a heavy amount of absurdity as Lewis Carroll has — in all of his writing. Related Articles
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