Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass
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出版社: Wordsworth Editions Ltd
1998-01
版次: 2
ISBN: 9781853260025
定价: 35.50
装帧: 精装
开本: 32开
纸张: 胶版纸
页数: 288页
正文语种: 英语
  • ThisselectionofCarroll'sworksincludesAlice'sAdventuresinWonderlandanditssequel,ThroughtheLooking-Glass,bothcontainingthefamousillustrationsbySirJohnTenniel.Nogreaterbooksforchildrenhaveeverbeenwritten.Thesimplelanguage,dreamlikeatmosphere,andfantasticalcharactersareasappealingtoyoungreaderstodayasevertheywere.Meanwhile,however,theseapparentlysimplestorieshavebecomerecognisedasadultmasterpieces,andextraordinaryexperiments,yearsaheadoftheirtime,inModernismandSurrealism.Throughwordplay,parodyandlogicalandphilosophicalpuzzles,Carrollengendersavarietyofsub-texts,teasing,ominousormelancholy.Forallthesurfaceplayfulnessthereismeaningeverywhere.Theauthorrevealshimselfinglimpses. LewisCarrollIt'spossiblethatifLewisCarrollhadnevermetAliceLiddell,hemighthaveenjoyedamorepeacefullifetimeandanobscurelegacy.Buthiswhimsicalinventivenesstouchedeverythinghedid,andastoryhemadeuponeafternoonforalittlegirlbecameoneofliterature'sgreatclassics,AliceinWonderland.BiographyCharlesLutwidgeDodgson,knownbyhispenname,LewisCarroll,wasamanofdiverseinterests--inmathematics,logic,photgraphy,art,theater,religion,medicine,andscience.Hewashappiestinthecompanyofchildrenforwhomhecreatedpuzzles,clevergames,andcharmingletters.AsallCarrolladmirersknow,hisbookAlice'sAdventuresinWonderland(1865),becameanimmediatesuccessandhassincebeentranslatedintomorethaneightylanguages.TheequallypopularsequelThroughtheLooking-GlassandWhatAliceFoundThere,waspublishedin1872.TheAlicebooksarebutoneexampleofhiswiderangingauthorship.TheHuntingoftheSnark,aclassicnonsenseepic(1876)andEuclidandHisModernRivals,arareexampleofhumorousworkconcerningmathematics,stillenticeandintriguetoday'sstudents.SylvieandBruno,publishedtowardtheendofhislifecontainsstartlingideasincludingan1889descriptionofweightlessness.Thehumor,sparklingwitandgeniusofthisVictorianEnglishmanhavelastedformorethanacentury.HisbooksareamongthemostquotedworksintheEnglishlanguage,andhisinfluence(withthatofhisillustrator,SirJohnTenniel)canbeseeneverywhere,fromtheworldofadvertisingtothatofatomicphysics.AuthorbiographycourtesyofPenguinGroup(USA).AlsoKnownAs:CharlesLutwidgeDodgson(realname)DateofBirth:一月27,1832PlaceofBirth:Daresbury,Cheshire,EnglandDateofDeath:一月14,1898PlaceofDeath:Guildford,Surrey,England Introduction

    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

    Through the Looking-Glass

    Notes
  • 内容简介:
    ThisselectionofCarroll'sworksincludesAlice'sAdventuresinWonderlandanditssequel,ThroughtheLooking-Glass,bothcontainingthefamousillustrationsbySirJohnTenniel.Nogreaterbooksforchildrenhaveeverbeenwritten.Thesimplelanguage,dreamlikeatmosphere,andfantasticalcharactersareasappealingtoyoungreaderstodayasevertheywere.Meanwhile,however,theseapparentlysimplestorieshavebecomerecognisedasadultmasterpieces,andextraordinaryexperiments,yearsaheadoftheirtime,inModernismandSurrealism.Throughwordplay,parodyandlogicalandphilosophicalpuzzles,Carrollengendersavarietyofsub-texts,teasing,ominousormelancholy.Forallthesurfaceplayfulnessthereismeaningeverywhere.Theauthorrevealshimselfinglimpses.
  • 作者简介:
    LewisCarrollIt'spossiblethatifLewisCarrollhadnevermetAliceLiddell,hemighthaveenjoyedamorepeacefullifetimeandanobscurelegacy.Buthiswhimsicalinventivenesstouchedeverythinghedid,andastoryhemadeuponeafternoonforalittlegirlbecameoneofliterature'sgreatclassics,AliceinWonderland.BiographyCharlesLutwidgeDodgson,knownbyhispenname,LewisCarroll,wasamanofdiverseinterests--inmathematics,logic,photgraphy,art,theater,religion,medicine,andscience.Hewashappiestinthecompanyofchildrenforwhomhecreatedpuzzles,clevergames,andcharmingletters.AsallCarrolladmirersknow,hisbookAlice'sAdventuresinWonderland(1865),becameanimmediatesuccessandhassincebeentranslatedintomorethaneightylanguages.TheequallypopularsequelThroughtheLooking-GlassandWhatAliceFoundThere,waspublishedin1872.TheAlicebooksarebutoneexampleofhiswiderangingauthorship.TheHuntingoftheSnark,aclassicnonsenseepic(1876)andEuclidandHisModernRivals,arareexampleofhumorousworkconcerningmathematics,stillenticeandintriguetoday'sstudents.SylvieandBruno,publishedtowardtheendofhislifecontainsstartlingideasincludingan1889descriptionofweightlessness.Thehumor,sparklingwitandgeniusofthisVictorianEnglishmanhavelastedformorethanacentury.HisbooksareamongthemostquotedworksintheEnglishlanguage,andhisinfluence(withthatofhisillustrator,SirJohnTenniel)canbeseeneverywhere,fromtheworldofadvertisingtothatofatomicphysics.AuthorbiographycourtesyofPenguinGroup(USA).AlsoKnownAs:CharlesLutwidgeDodgson(realname)DateofBirth:一月27,1832PlaceofBirth:Daresbury,Cheshire,EnglandDateofDeath:一月14,1898PlaceofDeath:Guildford,Surrey,England
  • 目录:
    Introduction

    Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

    Through the Looking-Glass

    Notes
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