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3.2.1 Quote Me


Everyone loves quotes right?

So l figured to introduce a bit of light hearted and simple fun with this game.

Every day l will pick a topic, post 2 quotes and nominate 3 bloggers, who in turn will post 2 quotes on that topic and nominate 3 bloggers of their own and let’s see how far we can take that topic for the day. 153 more words


"Ideology is strong exactly because it is no longer experienced as ideology"*...

Confirming previous research, discovered that both liberals and conservatives “hold issues positions that are generally on the left-leaning end of the spectrum.” Liberals, not surprisingly, tended to support leftist policies, but conservatives failed to provide a mirror image.

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Oxford – Lewis Carroll 2

Opposite Alice’s Shop (see previous post) is Christ Church College with its impressive main gateway topped by the Tom Tower. Designed by Christopher Wren and built in 1681, the tower houses Great Tom, a huge bell weighing more than six ton, which is rung every night. 46 more words


January 27, 1832: After the Snark

Lewis Carroll,  aka Charles Lutwidge Dodson, born on this date in 1832, was known primarily for his books Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass… 438 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Rx: "Curiouser and Curiouser!" My three favorite hidden meanings in Alice in Wonderland

In Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, Alice is a pawn, and as in chess, she can only move forward but never back.
The Dodo is Carroll making fun of himself – he had a stammer, and when saying his real name he’d say Charles Do-do-dodgson. 23 more words



Thank Heaven For Little Girls

By Bill Dobbins

If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. 904 more words


Illustration from Lewis Carroll's original manuscript of Alice's Adventures under Ground (1862-1864)

This image is from Lewis Carroll’s original manuscript of Alice’s Adventures under Ground , 1862-1864.

Alice grows in size after drinking from a mysterious bottle with the instruction ‘drink me’ on it. 41 more words

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