MOBI Ð DOC Alice's Adventures in WonderlandThrough the Looking Glass and What Alice Found ThereÄ DOGSALONBRISTOL

MOBI Alice's Adventures in WonderlandThrough the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There

MOBI Ð DOC Alice's Adventures in WonderlandThrough the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There Ä DOGSALONBRISTOL ¶ [Reading] ➿ Alice's Adventures in WonderlandThrough the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There By Lewis Carroll – DogsalonbrIcs Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass Two books that 868 Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Through the Looking Glass Alice's Adventures in Wonderland #1 2 Lewis CarrollThrough the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There 1871 is a novel by Lewis Carroll Charles Lutwidge Dodgson the seuel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland 1865 Set some six months later than the earlier book Alice again enters a fantastical world this time by climbing through a mirror into the world that she can see beyond it Through the Looking Glass includes such celebrated verses as Jabberwocky and The Walrus and the Carpenter and the episode involving Tweedledum and Tweedledee The mirror which inspired Carroll remains displayed in Charlton Kingsتاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه مارس سال 2001 میلادیعنوان آلیس آنسوی آینه؛ نویسنده لوئیس کارول؛ مترجم محمدتقی بهرامی حران؛ تهران، جامی، 1374؛ در 138 ص؛ شابک 9786001760235؛ چاپ دوم 1389؛ موضوع داستانهانی نوجوانان از نویسندگان انگلیسی سده 19 معنوان ماجراهای آلیس در سرزمین عجایب و سفر به درون آینه و آنچه آلیس آنجا یافت؛ نویسنده لوئیس کارول؛ مترجم جواد دانش آرا؛ تهران، فرهنگ نشر نو، 1395؛ در 462 ص؛ مصور؛ شابک 9786008547044؛ آن‌ سوی آینه؛ ادامه‌ ای است بر کتاب «آلیس در سرزمین عجایب»، مرحله‌ ای که سرانجام آلیس که هویت خود را در سرزمین عجایب یافته، سعی در شکل‌ دادن آن و پیدا کردن جایگاهش در اجتماع دارد «لوئیس کارول»، آن‌ سوی آینه را هفت سال پس از سرزمین عجایب، هنگامی که آلیس لیدل چهارده‌ ساله بود نوشت در آنسوی آینه، آلیس با اختیار کامل قدم به «شهر آینه» می‌گذارد، تا بازهم با موجودات بیشتری آشنا شود، و تجربه بیندوزد در این داستان، شهر آینه را قانونِ شطرنج اداره می‌کند، و آلیس که با ورود به این سرزمین، تنها یک مهره ی سرباز پیاده محسوب می‌شود، بر طبق قانون می‌تواند تا خانه ی هشتم پیش برود، و با رسیدن به آنجا، تا مقام مهره ی وزیر ارتقا پیدا کند در بخش‌های نخستینِ داستان، وزیرِ مهره‌ های سرخ شطرنج، همچون یک معلم، راه پیروزی را برای آلیس شرح می‌دهد ا شربیانی

BOOK ´ Alice's Adventures in WonderlandThrough the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There Ê Lewis Carroll

Lewis Carroll was the pen name of Charles L Dodgson author of the children's class I think that the failure not only of Children's Literature as a whole but of our very concept of children and the child's mind is that we think it a crime to challenge and confront that mind Children are first protected from their culture kept remote and safe and then they are thrust incongruously into a world that they have been told is unsafe and unsavory; and we expected them not to blanchIt has been my policy that the best literature for children is not a trifling thing not a simplification of the adult or a sillier take on the world Good Children's literature is some of the most difficult literature to write because one must challenge engage please and awe a mind without resorting to archetypes or life experienceOnce a body grows old enough we are all saddened by the thought of a breakup We have a set of knowledge and memories The pain returns to the surface Children are not born with these understandings so to make them understand pain fear and loss is no trivial thing The education of children is the transformation of an erratic and hedonistic little beast into a creature with a rational method by which to judge the worldA child must be taught not to fear monsters but to fear instead electrical outlets pink slips poor people and lack of social acceptance The former is frightening in and of itself the latter for complex internal reasons I think the real reason that culture often fears sexuality and violence in children is because they are such natural urges We fear to trigger them because we cannot control the little beasts We cannot watch them every minuteSo to write Children's Literature an author must create something complex and challenging something that the child can turn over in their mind without accidentally revealing some terrible aspect of the world that the child is not yet capable of dealing with Carroll did this by basing his fantasies off of complex impersonal structures linguistics and mathematical theory These things have all the ambiguity uncertainty and structure of the grown up world without the messy human partsThis is also why the Alice stories fulfill another reuirement I have for Children's Lit that it be just as intriguing and rewarding for adults There is no need to limit the depth in books for children because each reader will come away with whatever they are capable of finding Fill an attic with treasures and the child who enters it may find any number of things put a single coin in a room and you ensure that the child will find it but nothing Of course we must remember that nothing we can write will ever be strange or disturbing to a child than the pure unadulterated world that we will always have failed to prepare them for However perhaps we can fail a little less and give them Alice Not all outlets are to be feared despite what your parents taught you In fact some should be prodded with regularity and if you dare not a little joy

Lewis Carroll Ê Alice's Adventures in WonderlandThrough the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There MOBI

Alice's Adventures in WonderlandThrough the Looking Glass and What Alice Found ThereRemain firm favorites throughout the world and are available together in one volum Curiouser and curiouser edition This is the annotated edition collecting both novels in the Alice book series “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass and What Alice found There” WE’RE ALL MAD HERE Begin at the beginning This was technically a re reading since I’ve already read both novels previously the key difference here was that this is an “annotated” edition which includes a comprehensive section at the end of each chapter with tons of notes revealing “behind the scenes” detailing moments in the life of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson aka Lewis Carroll the “real” meaning of scenes the “real” inspirations for several of the characters in both novels historic meaning in the Victorian England of casual expressions that got outdated nowadays studies in the metrics of the poems included in the novels etc I don’t think Then you shouldn’t talk It was a curiouser and curiouser reading experience since this was my first “annotated edition” of any book and I believe that if you want to engage into this sort of books it’s advisable having read the regular version of the novel first since reading all those annotations after each chapter it’s a kinda of “braking” effect since depending the chapter you’ll invest almost the same time reading the explanations than the chapter itself so you lose a great deal of the rhythm of your reading therefore if you haven’t read the story before you may not enjoying as much as it was supposed to be It’s a poor sort of memory that only works backwards Of course almost all the information was made by scholars in the Lewis Carroll’s works doing assumptions and best guesses since the author was already gone when this annotated edition began to be conceived Therefore it’s a priceless access to get a better understanding of the novels at the era when they were published BUT sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast you can’t fully take without a doubt the exposed explanations since you can’t ask the author any to validate if their interpretations are truly accurate So as many things in life it’s up to you if you wish to believe them I can’t go back to yesterday because I was a different person then And as those scholars mentioned at some momento of the annotations that sometimes we are so obssessed to find a secret meaning behind any single uote any single character any single scene etc and while it’s evident that some uotes characters and scenes have indeed a double significance some of them are merely things needed to keep flowing the narrative as simply as that without any conspiration or secret plot I’m not strange weird off nor crazy my reality is just different from yours so don’t get too deep into the annotations section and simply enjoy this wonderfully mad tale about a little girl who fell down into a rabbit’s hole and she kept finding curiouser and curiouser things even through the looking glass and go on till you come to the end then stop