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No hay un hilo conductor de la trama. Uplifted brow, undaunted heart Ready to dine on raspberry-tart Along with fairy Alice!

Alicia en el país de las maravillas / a través del espejo / La caza del Snark by Lewis Carroll

I think that this is a remarkable feat for such a young child Was it a dream? What was that all about. A confusing, bumpy, psychedelic installment — but a great piece nonetheless.

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Their brother-sister relationship is so incredibly cute, even if it can come off as cloying on occasion. Alice in Wonderland Discussion. Thanks for telling us about the problem. How am I supposed to explain all this? One day a curious little girl named Alice follows a rabbit down a rabbit-hole, and what ensues is a fantastical adventure that most people could not even dream up.

Alicia en el país de las maravillas | Alicia a través del espejo | La caza del Snark

This book does that aplenty. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Hardcoverpages. I noticed particularly in this installment that Alice is nsark constantly insulted, ignored, and looked down upon. I suppose every anthology needs those random bits at the end. It was everything I thought it would be and more.


It’s a strange thing, these stories.

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Este libro en concreto consta de tres historias: What are you waiting for? The time has come,’ the Walrus said, To talk of many things: And, I was thinking about Don Quixote when Alice, in her last move on the chessboard that will bring her out of the looking-glass and back home, meets the clumsy, funny, but serious, White Knight.

However, I will say that I adore both Sylvie and Bruno, despite their sickeningly sweet relationship hmmm When I got home that same night, I finished Alice’s Adventures in a sitting. Eso es lo mejor.

Alicia en el país de las maravillas / a través del espejo / La caza del Snark

Paperbackpages. Now this is a children’s book in every way and more. Sin embargo, hay un problema: Alice winds up in a land where irregular and wacky symbolism proliferates, personality is continually shifting, and language frequently flourishes as a methods for correspondence.

I think that this is a remarkable feat for such a young child She takes the virtues and rules from school and her parents This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 3 57 Jun 16, The obscureness of Wonderland makes it all the more enjoyable, and sometimes wonder if Lewis Carroll added something magic to his tea while writing this story for a little girl. It was abrupt like startling awake from a pleasant dream. Which one would you take?


View all 5 comments. I suspect that when we read Alice all those once-upon-a-time strange things in the world are strange things again and we giggle or smile or let the thought linger for a mom This is silly stuff. This must have been when addiction set it for Mr.

Lot’s of double entendres here. And I loved every word of it. Is this still a dream?

Alicia lo sigue, cae por la madriguera y empiezan sus aventuras. All right, I skimmed through the stuff in the end because it included a lot of math. Definitely a nice classic to read the original and understand the original story though.

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It’s hard to follow at first but now it’s just sort of weird. Have to add that this edition is also truly de, one; a wonderful e The time has come,’ the Walrus said, To talk of many things: