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Lewis Carroll

= Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (January 27, 1832 – January 14, 1898)
English author, mathematician, logician, Anglican clergyman, and photographer.


 

The writer

"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"
: The work
- The film - The Matrix - The statue in Manhattan - Songs - Listening

"Jabberwocky"

(Updated on 04/09/2012)



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Portmanteau words

 

 

The writer :

  • Lewis Carroll (Wikipedia)
    1 Early life
    2 Character and appearance
    3 Dodgson the artist
    4 The later years
    5 Controversies and mysteries
    6 "The Carroll Myth"
    7 Trivia...

 

"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" :

THE WORK - THE FILM - THE MATRIX - THE STATUE - SONGS


 

 

 

    • Lenny's Alice in Wonderland Site (alice-in-wonderland.net)
      "Topics covered include the origin of the Alice books, a gallery of John Tenniel's original illustrations, a study guide, and unusual tidbits about Carroll and his books (called Striking Facts). Other treats include a discussion forum, a downloadable font based on Carroll's handwriting, clips from the animated Disney movie , and illustrated PDFs of both Alice books: "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass." (surfnetkids.com)

 

 



 

"Jabberwocky" :

  • Jabberwocky (Wikipedia)
    1 The poem
    2 Glossary
    3 Pronunciation
    4 Origin and structure
    5 Translations
    6 Derivative works
    7 References in popular culture
    7.1 Games

  • Jabberwocky - mp3 (voicesinthedark.com) -

 

  • Jabberwocky - 3D Animation & Visual Effects (vfs.com)
    "An adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic children's poem as told through the eyes of Thom, the child in the poem."