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’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the mome raths outgrabe.

“Beware the Jabberwock, my son!

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Raven's Witterings


In the 1800s, Charles Lutwidge Dodson was born, lived, and died in England. He was a writer, photographer, mathematician, logician and more. He was also an Anglican deacon. 368 more words


When the Stars Align • Connections Between Books

A little while ago I made a post talking about some of the books I hoped to get to during the summer months. A few weeks I think has passed since then, and I have noticed something funny in that list. 773 more words


Journey to Wonderland with ALICE

“Does this look like a kid’s story to you?”

This thrilling sci-fi/fantasy miniseries based on Lewis Carroll’s classic story originally aired on television in 2009.  Highly recommended for an enormously entertaining adventure through the looking glass.


Top 5 Wednesday:  Children's Books

Top 5 Wednesday:  Children’s Books
Top 5 Wednesday is a Booktube group which makes book related top five lists. I’m not very regular with my Youtube videos so I’ll post them here instead when I can. 367 more words


Ripon & the father of British Psychedelia

Charles Dodgson is better known as Lewis Carroll, the author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. I have previously written about his young life at Croft on Tees and the possible influences the area had on his writings, The Conyers Falchion and the Hells Kettles. 87 more words

North Yorkshire

Alice's Adventures and Around the World - Two Classics from Legend

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is an amazing book that everyone thinks that they have read, knows what happens, can quote each character. Like so many classics it has been adapted, filmed, rethought so many times that it is easy to lose sight of the original text. 743 more words