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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Snwrk. Paperbackpages. Published January by Debolsillo first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I have this habit that I have and would love if you could help contribute to. I collect Alice and Wonderland books. Right now I have two with rare covers on them. If you have any Alice in Wonderland books that you no longer want, is it possible you could send them to me?
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. It may not be the most beloved children’s story ever, but it may be the best known. With a cast of characters known the world over, and reproduced in every entertainment form imaginable, it’s made “Alice” the one word name that everyone recognizes as Lewis Carroll’s iconic character. And there is an unnerving quality about it that leaves you thinking that, just maybe, this crazy world does exist somewhere in some dimension, and that we make wake up some morning and find ourselves in the “Twiligh It may not be the most beloved children’s story ever, cazza it may be the best known.
And snzrk is an unnerving quality about it that leaves you thinking that, just maybe, this crazy world does exist somewhere in some dimension, and that we make wake up some morning and find ourselves in the “Twilight Zone” of Alice’s Wonderland. View all 5 comments. Alicia lo sigue, cae por la madriguera y empiezan sus aventuras. No hay un hilo conductor de la trama. Me encanta eso de la Casa del Espejo. Supuestamente busca la risa pero, cuando se lee que ella intenta pasar snarkk alto los comentarios ofensivos, no me dan gracia y me parece chocante.
O tal vez yo sea susceptible. Sin embargo, hay un problema: The time has come,’ the Walrus said, To talk of many things: Of shoes — and ships — and sealing-wax — Of cabbages — and kings — And why the sea is boiling hot — And whether pigs have wings.
Have to add that this edition is also truly beautiful one; a wonderful e The time has come,’ the Walrus said, To talk of many things: Ka good is a secret door with no magic inside?!
After all the metaphors and symbolism regarding Alice, the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter in beaver hat, and going down the Rabbit holes, it was surreal reading the Original thing after all that but it wasn’t surreal enough.
Now this is a children’s book in every way and more. Well worth the wait, didn’t let down and did not disappoint in any way. It was everything I thought it would be and more. All the hype surrounding it well justified. Now this is living up to the expectations. There are many lessons, morals, and parables here, but you have to work at it and figure them out. A book that simulates your mind.
Alicia en el país de las maravillas / a través del espejo / La caza del Snark by Lewis Carroll
It me took me a while to figure out that every line, every word, every dialogue was a puzzle that you have to unravel yourself.
Lot’s of double entendres here. I applaud the ending. It was abrupt like startling awake from a pleasant dream. Like the goodreads sensation JG Keely says a good snagk book works for both adults and children and makes you think.
This book does that aplenty. It was like Alice was there in Wonderland, and we as readers were ddl with her. Seeing every kooky thing first hand and were just as amazed, awed, and enthralled as her. Was it all al dream? Was she sleeping all her life? Is she still dreaming? Is this still a dream? You gotta Wonder just who was it that really woke her up? Red pill or the blue one, I know what I am taking.
We all know which one Russell Brand took. Which one would you take? Was it a dream? View all 4 comments. How am I supposed to explain all this? I swear Lewis Carroll was on drugs. If you asked me to make up something as wildly insane as this, I wouldn’t even come close. They’re insane and brilliant all at once. The basic premise is the narrator going along on his no How am I supposed to explain all this?
The basic premise is the narrator going along on his normal life, but he falls into an “eerie” state akin to the place between being awake and dreaming that he encounters fairy children. But the fairy children sometimes become real children, and I don’t even know. What was that all about. I did enjoy Carroll’s poetry, though, overall. It’s silly and fun. All right, I skimmed through the stuff in the end because it included a lot of math.
And some instruction of how to play card games. I cazs every anthology needs those random bits at the end. I honestly don’t believe I finished this monstrosity of a book. Although I have been trying to read it for the past seven months. Cute and pink with wonderful artwork, and pages dipped in gold which gives the pages that ”old” vintage feeling!
Alicia en el país de las maravillas | Alicia a través del espejo | La caza del Snark
The first two parts of the book is of course the Alice books – I finished those in a day each, it was wonderful reliving my childhood, and also learning more about the books, as the Disney and Tim Burton movies are just mere interpretations. I loved the books even more! The next two parts are the Sylvie and Bruno books, which were wonderful and cute! There are even mathematical problems and equations or those who are smart enough! Riddles and guides are also included.
Lewis Carroll and Victorian literature, get this book at once! Hope to collect all the books one day. What are you waiting for? Click Add to Bag now!! Carroll’s volume is bound by distinctive pink bonded leather, with black illustration and gold leaf embellishment; “Beautiful” is snakr understatement when describing this collection; it’s exquisite – to say the least! These books are so precious to me. They are the epitome of what my “dream library” will contain; breath-taking editions of the classics and masterpieces.
I decided just to read “Alice in Wonderland” and “Alice – Through the Looking Glass”, and “Puzzles from Wonderland” since that’s the main reason I bought this book in the first place. And in the aftermath of deel thoughts Cza decided that casa other stories in this book, I can either read later or just ignore since I don’t have the motivation or desire to actually read them.
I think Alice’s stories were kind of whimsical, but in a generally understanding and wonderful way. I had to take a lot of brea I decided just to read “Alice in Wonderland” and “Alice – Through the Looking Glass”, and “Puzzles from Wonderland” since that’s the main reason I bought this book in the first place. I had to take a lot of breaks for this book, since it was just a book I read to fill the time in between other books.
Therefore it took sooo long to finish it. But generally the stories were a little of what I expected and a lot of weirdness. The old language though, was a little heavy and headache-inducing. All in all, this was an okay book!
Sencillamente, son historias maravillosas las de Alicia.