2 edition of Alices adventures in Wonderland found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 339-344).
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|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Directives for the study of P. Ackermans social-economic treatises Industrial democracy and its survival (1942) and The doom of industrial civilization (1951)
Alice Fiona Fullerton lives in England, when suddenly a white rabbit appears, Alice follows the rabbit and ends up getting swept away in a rabbit hole to a place called Wonderland.
In general, the basic condition common to all the creatures is not ignorance — but madness, for which there seems to be no appropriate remedy. A dream simply is a very different kind of "experience.
Justice Although there are plenty of "rules," the laws of Wonderland seem a parody of real justice. I still have Alices adventures in Wonderland long haul ahead of me, but I think the result will be some super yummy background texture. In Wonderland, much of the fun depends on the confusion of "training.
Finally, nature seems superior to nurture in Wonderland, as the personification of beasts seems to be no improvement on the actual beasts themselves. Welcome back for another week of UFO busting. So she set to work, and very soon finished off the cake. The expiration of the copyright of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in 1907 resulted in eight new printings, including one illustrated in an style by.
] with a delicious style of conversation," while The Publisher 's Circular lauded her as "a simple, loving child.
illustrated Alice Adventures in Wonderland 1865 for a fee of 138, which was roughly a fourth of what Carroll earned each year and which he paid for himself.
Characterized by Carroll as "loving and gentle", "courteous to all", "trustful", and "wildly curious", Alice has been variously seen as clever, well-mannered, and sceptical of authority, although some commentators find more negative aspects of her personality.