Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland By Lewis Carroll
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is an 1865 youngsters’s novel by English creator Lewis Carroll. It tells of a younger woman named Alice, who falls by a rabbit gap right into a subterranean fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. It’s thought-about to be the most effective examples of the literary nonsense style.
2015 sees the 150th anniversary of ALICE’S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND by Lewis Carroll, a much-loved, timeless youngsters’s basic.
On an odd summer season’s afternoon, Alice tumbles down a gap and a unprecedented journey begins. In an odd world with even stranger characters, she meets a rabbit with a pocket watch, joins a Mad Hatter’s Tea Social gathering, and performs croquet with the Queen! Misplaced in this fantasy land, Alice finds herself rising increasingly curious by the minute . . .
Lewis Carroll, born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-98), grew up in Cheshire in the village of Daresbury, the son of a parish priest. He was an excellent mathematician, a talented photographer and a meticulous letter and diary author. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, impressed by Alice Liddell, the daughter of the Dean of Christ Church in Oxford, was revealed in 1865, adopted by By means of the Trying-Glass in 1871. He wrote quite a few tales and poems for kids together with the nonsense poem The Looking of the Snark and fairy tales Sylvie and Bruno.