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Random Post - Alice's Panties

While I was researching the post on Japanese girl’s infantile (a descriptive, not pejorative, term) costumes, I came across this on one of the myriad… 855 more words

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Alice Pleasance Liddell was the primary inspiration for Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.

The connection between Alice Liddell and this image is temporal but I am not permitted to say how, people get tetchy about time: 120 more words


Alice Reviews How to Build a Girl

Johanna, the British heroine of Caitlin Moran’s bestseller How to Build a Girl, is a high-spirited, foul-mouthed free spirit. At the start of the book she is a 14 year old fat girl, made fun of by her peers, especially after she humiliates herself on national TV by doing a Scooby Doo impression. 368 more words

Alice In Wonderland

The Odd Fellow

The Story of Alice: Lewis Carroll and the Secret History of Wonderland By Robert Douglas-Fairhurst

Anyone who has read them will agree Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass are very inventive tales filled with imaginative people, creatures, goings on, and brilliant wordplay. 446 more words


150 Years of Wonderland

Liddell & Boyd (Alice in the looking glass works)_by Karl Beutel 2011

2015 marks the 150th Publication Anniversary of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The story itself originates in 1862 when a girl named Alice Liddell and her two sisters rowed from Folly Bridge, Oxford, to Godstow with Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson) and his clerical friend, Robinson Duckworth. 785 more words


You Are Late Mistress Beckett (A Parody)

“You are late, Mistress Beckett,” the reader said,
“And your mind has gone blank overnight;
And yet you insist upon typing in bed —
Do you think, at this hour, you can write?” 253 more words

The 100 Day Project

Celebrating 150 Years in Wonderland

July 4, 2015 marks 150 years of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. It all started when Charles Lutwidge Dodgson took the Liddell girls on a summer picnic in Oxford along the River Thames. 755 more words

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