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"Through the Looking-Glass" by Lewis Carroll (1871)

dimanche 18 septembre 2022, par Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll’s wonderful sequel to "Alice in Wonderland" where Alice meets Humpty Dumpty, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, the Red and Black Queens and Knights, Tiger-Lily, the Walrus and the Carpenter, the Frog and the Gnat and the Lion and the Unicorn and talking flowers and so many other aspects of life – and language – on the other side of the mirror.

An all-time classic, thoroughly imbued with the charm and linguistic subtleties of Lewis Carroll’s inimitable style and imagination, as splendid a read for young and old alike as it was when first published 150 years ago.

With all of the 50 (!) splendid original illustrations by Sir John Tenniel.

(30,000 words)

an e-book, with all of the images, is available for downloading below.

Through the Looking-Glass (e-book)