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Lewis Carroll (Author), Harold Bloom (ed.) Illustrator: . AliceaEUR s Adventures in Wonderland: (Viva Modern Critical Interpretations) Viva Books Private Limited 2007 ISBN: 9788130906362
New Paperback . AliceaEUR s Adventures in Wonderland began as a tale told by Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson to three young girlsl (Lorina, Alice, and Edith Liddell) as the group took a rowing expedition up the Thames River. Enthralled by the story, Alice Liddell asked Dodgson to write the story down for her, and he eventually did. In 1865, three years after their initial boat trip, Dodgson published AliceaEUR s Adventures in the Wonderland under the pen name Lewis Carroll. Like its sequel, Through the Looking-Glass, Alice is a story filled with imagery, symbolism, and unforgettable characters. As the critics in this volume attest, AliceaEUR s Adventures in Wonderland had sparked the imagination of countless children and adults alike, and has served as an influence to storyteller the world over. Alice herself is CarrollaEUR s most remarkable creation and is certainly the most memorable seven-year-old girl in all literature. Carroll desires her to remain seven forever, though he cannot control her dynamism or her will to live. But as an artist, Carroll triumphed over the obsessions of Dodgson the man. Wonderland and the Looking-Glass world have immolated time. The two slender volumes of Alice by Lewis Carroll hold a special place in world literatue. The number of critical appreciations of them alone bears witness to this. VIVA MODERN CRITICAL INTERPRETATIONS presents the best current criticism on the most widely read and studied poems, novels and dramas of the Western world, from Oedipus Rex and the Iliad to such modern and contemporary works as William FaulkneraEUR s The Sound and the Fury and Don DelilloaEUR s White Noise. Contents: Introduction aEURc A Note on Humpty Dumpty aEURc Escape into the Garden aEURc Alice in Wonderland: the Child as Swain aEURc The Balance of Brillig aEURc Through the Looking-glass aEURc From "The Character of Dodgson as Revealed in the Writings of Carroll" aEURc Poetry aEURc Love and Death in CarrollaEUR s Alices aEURc Toward a Definition of AliceaEUR s Genre: The Folktale and Fairy-Tale Connections aEURc The Unreal Alice aEURc AliceaEUR s Identity aEURc Introducing Alice aEURc Afterthought aEURc Chronology aEURc Contributors Printed Pages: 264. First edition
[SW: AliceaEUR s Adventures in Wonderland: (Viva Modern Critical Interpretations)Lewis Carroll (Author), Harold Bloom (ed.)9788130906362]
Hudson, D. Lewis Carroll : An Illustrated Biography. Book Club Associates, London, revised edition, 1976.
From the blurb : " 'His characters have consolidated their hold on the imaginations of men, women and children throughout the world, to a degree unattained by the characters of any author with the exception of Shakespeare, Dickens, and, perhaps, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.' So says Derek Hudson Nor does the claim seem too big to make. Alice and all her company are immortal From whence did the Carroll creations spring ? Mr. Hudson has tackled, in this biography, a major enigma of personality (he) gives a fascinating account of the genesis, then the blazing success, of the two Alice books." So wrote Elisabeth Bowen of this outstanding biography, first published in 1954. It has been brought up to date by the author and now contains many illustrations which are a delight in themselves and greatly enhance the book's attractions. Derek Hudson's biography was the first to appear after the publication of Carroll's Diaries, and owes much to previously unpublished material in the possession of the family and lent to the author by the late Miss Menella Dodgson. Besides many of the famous Tenniel illustrations for the two Alice books, there are drawings by Carroll himself, by A. B. Frost, Henry Hokday, and Harry Furaiss and by more recent illustrators of Alice, including Arthur Rackham, Ralph Steadman and Peter Blake. The photographs range from those by Carroll of Alice Liddell and many of the other little girls who were his inspiration, and the famous people whom he knew such as Tennyson, Millais, Holman Hunt and Ellen Terry, to photographs of himself, his family and friends and of nineteenth century Oxford. Reproductions of handwriting, the title-pages of the early editions of Alice and other interesting ephemera (such as a jig-saw puzzle used by Carroll as a child) all combine to make this illustrated biography a most desirable gift book."
Cloth, 8vo, 26 cm, 272 pp. ills. Very Good in Very Good dustwrapper.
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Sotheby's. Lewis Carroll's Alice : The Photographs, Books, Papers and Personal Effects of Alice Liddell and Her Family Sold by Order of the Trustees of the Alice Settlement. [ Sotheby's, auction catalogue, sale date: 6 June, 2001 ]. Sotheby's, London, auction catalogue for the sale held on 6th June, 2001.
From the introduction: "As the inspiration for the 'Alice' stories, Alice Pleasance Liddell (1852-1934) has a unique place in literary history. But Dodgson himself also practiced another art in addition to writing, one that has been fully appreciated only in recent years: the - as it then was - pioneering and painstaking art of photography. And if Alice, with her "pure, unclouded brow and dreaming eyes of wonder" (Dodgson) was his Muse for his greatest literary works, she was equally so as his model for some of the most touching and enchanting pictures ever produced in this medium. It was, of course, through photography that Dodgson first met Alice on 25 April 1856, when he went with Southey to the Deanery to "take a photograph of the Cathedral". On 26 November 1864 Dodgson presented to Alice the manuscript of Alice's Adventures Under Ground. In April 1928, four years before her death, Alice Liddell sold this manuscript - together with a few other items from her collection - at auction at Sotheby's in New Bond Street where it was sold for the record price of 15,400 (the equivalent of over $75,000 at that time) to an American collector. Some years later a group of American bibliophiles banded together to re-acquire the manuscript and present it to the British nation, in gratitude to "a noble people who held Hitler at bay for a long period single handed". It now resides in the British Library. The rest of the extcnsive collection, containing books, photographs, letters, journals and personal effects, was preserved by Alice and her family over several generations, latterly deposited at Christ Church, Oxford. It is this collection that is offered for sale in the following pages. " Introductory material includes: Preface; Alice's Family; Lewis Carroll and Alice, by Morton N. Cohen; 'Some Other Occupation' : Charles Dodgson and Photography, by Roger Taylor.
Laminated wrappers, 4to, 27 cm, 242 pp, ills, colour plates. 158 lots. Near Fine. List of prices realized loosely laid in.
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Slavitt, David R. Alice über alles Die Kinderliebe des genialen Erzählers Lewis Carroll. Roman, EICHBORN, 070 ISBN: 3821862319
Ein Stück Weltliteratur - und seine verborgene Wahrheit Jeder kennt und liebt Alice im Wunderland - Alice über alles ist der realistisch und zugleich anmutig erzählte, freilich auch kompromittierende Roman über die Beziehung des Autors Lewis Carroll zu seinen Kinderfreundinnen - und was das Leben aus ihnen machte. Im Herbst des Jahres 1932 verlieh die Columbia-Universität in New York in feierlichem Zeremoniell der achtzig-jährigen Alice Liddell die Würde einer Ehrendoktorin für ihre Verdienste um die Literatur, die sie als kleine Anregerin der genial-absurden Märchen von Lewis Carroll sich erworben hatte. Nein, David R. Slavitt, Lyriker, Romancier und Übersetzer, hat diese Szene samt ihrer Komik nicht erfunden. Sie ist historisch verbürgt. Der Dr. h. c. für die würdige Greisin galt natürlich nicht nur dem Charme eines Kindes, das die Phantasie des schüchtern-stotternden Universitätsdozenten beflügelte, sondern dem Kauz selber, der in kurioser...
NEUBUCH! 2010. 270 S. 22 cm 222 mm x 127 mm x 25 mm; Die Andere Bibliothek Bd.306
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