Notes on Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland"

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With a gift for irony, the limerick, and an understanding of children, Lewis Carroll set out to write a book of fantastic entertainment. The story has nothing didactic about it and functions solely as a comedy, making use of fantasy and the burlesque. Although written for children, it is entertaining to adults, too.

Notes on Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" 1984, Hungry Minds Inc,U.S., Foster City

ISBN-13: 9780822001409

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