Celebrating White Rabbits

It was 152 years ago yesterday that the Reverend Charles Dodgson, aka Lewis Carroll, first told his tale of Alice. Since then its elements have been reinterpreted in innumerable ways, one being Jefferson Airplane’s druggy anthem “ 76 more words

Alice's Adventures In Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland and Photography

On the 4th of July 1865, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was published in London. Written by Victorian author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898) under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll, author, mathematician and Oxford don, this fantasy novel has since made him famous all over the world. 459 more words


Listening to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll

‘Golden Globe nominee Scarlett Johansson (Lost in Translation, Girl with a Pearl Earring) brings a palpable sense of joy and exuberance to her performance of Lewis Carroll’s enduring classic Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. 539 more words


In the Classroom: The Alice in Wonderland Radio Play

One of my favorite books is Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Every year I read aloud the book with my 4th graders reading along from my large collection of illustrated editions. 252 more words

In The Classroom

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Again, long time no see.

With exams and Ramadan, I haven’t had time nor the energy to post any original content on the different social medias I’m on. 32 more words

Book Haul

Alice's Adventures In Wonderland: Through The Looking Glass - A Review.


We’ve all grown up with classic stories, everything from ‘The Wizard of Oz’, to‘The Chronicles of Narnia’, and ‘Harry Potter’. Each story, whichever you held dear, whether it was the Hobbit’s of Middle Earth or a girl named Dorothy, they each affected you, shaped your way of thinking, of reading, of which kinds of worlds you preferred. 579 more words


Adaptation #162: Alice Through the Ocean of Time

Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) turns the hosts to discussions of time travel, colorful characters, and what exactly qualifies as an adaptation.

Question of the Week: Does this film qualify as an adaptation? 151 more words