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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

  • THE WORK :

    • The Queen of Hearts - nursery rhyme quoted in 'Alice in Wonderland', Chapter XI
      "The Queen of Hearts she made some tarts all on a summer's day;
      The Knave of Hearts he stole the tarts and took them clean away.
      The King of Hearts called for the tarts and beat the Knave full sore
      The Knave of Hearts brought back the tarts and 
      vowed he'd steal no more."

      (YouTube)


 

 

 

    • 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."