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Over Easy

“In winter, when the fields are white, I sing this song for your delight-

“In spring, when woods are getting green, I’ll try and tell you what I mean:

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You Tipple Wine, But What Do You Tuple?

I dig the word “tuple”. It sounds like a word you should know but can’t quite place its meaning. It makes me think about tipple, as in tippling wine at the gallery opening. 253 more words


Curioser and Curiouser

Alice in Wonderland is one of the more classic Fantasy stories ever written, and here is a depiction of the Red Queen, or Queen of Heart’s maze by iBreslav, they also do incredible landscape work, check out there artwork here.

Fantasy Art

A Scientific Guide to Seeing Fairies. A fragment.

A fascinating blog essay by Franziska Kohlt on Lewis Carroll, Victorian science, and the perception of fairies.

Franziska Kohlt is a DPhil Candidate at Brasenose College at the University of Oxford, and a graduate tutor in English literature at St Anne’s College. 39 more words

Critical Thoughts

Re-nesting in wonderland (change happens)

the soul is humbled

by the calm before the storm

nothing stays the same

When I was a child my paternal grandmother called me her little mad hat her. 248 more words


The Ethics of Wonderland

So I’m reading Frank Beddor’s book, The Looking Glass Wars, based on Lewis Carroll’s famous 1860s book, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The Looking Glass Wars… 1,112 more words

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