Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Walt Disney’s Alice in Wonderland and Alice in Wonderland by Tim Burton as representations of cultural change.
This essay aims to demonstrate how Lewis Carroll’s… 5,313 more words
After I finished the Michelangelo book, I’ve moved on to two books by Virginia Woolf: “Mr. Dalloway” and “A Writer’s Diary”. The first one was okay, a little slow in a Woolf kind a way. 124 more words
Lewis Carroll’s classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a journey into a childlike dream, and sometimes a nightmare, of crazy creatures and characters interacting with a rather precocious, though very proper, English girl. 35 more words