Carroll, Lewis,Gray, Donald J. () Alice in Wonderland /MLA Citation
Carroll, Lewis,Gray, Donald J.Alice In Wonderland. : . Print.
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Alice in Wonderland /
Lewis Carroll ; authoritative texts of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Through the Looking-Glass, the Hunting of the Snark, backgrounds, criticism ; edited by Donald J. Gray, Indiana University.
|Main Author:||Carroll, Lewis|
|Other Names:||Gray, Donald J.|
|Published:||New York : W.W. Norton & Company, |
Norton critical edition.
|Topics:||Children's literature, English - History and criticism. | Fantasy literature, English - History and criticism. | Children - Books and reading - Great Britain - History - 19th century. | Fantasy literature, English. | Children - Books and reading - Great Britain - 19th century. | Children's literature, English - History and criticism. | Fantasy literature, English - History and criticism. | Fantasy literature, English. | Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898 - Criticism and interpretation. | Alice (Fictitious character from Carroll) - Fiction. | Alice (Fictitious character from Carroll) | Alice. | Carroll, Lewis, - Criticism and interpretation. | Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898 - Studies.|
|Genres:||Criticism, interpretation, etc. | Fiction. | History.|
|Uniform Title:||Works. Selections. 2013|
|Main Author:||Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898.|
|Physical Description:||viii, 392 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 384-392).
|Summary:||Each text is fully annotated and includes the original illustrations. The "Backgrounds" section is arranged to correspond with three clearly defined periods in Lewis Carroll's life. Letters and diary entries are interwoven within each period, emphasizing the biographical dimension of Carroll's writing. Readers gain an understanding of the author's family and education, the evolution of the Alice books, and Carroll's later years through his own words and through important scholarly work on his faith life and his relationships with women and with Alice Hargreaves and her family. Eleven new critical works have been chosen since the previous edition, while five have been retained. The selected bibliography has been updated and expanded.