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Review: Norton Annotated Editions

With Labor Day now practically a distant memory and September already drawing to a close, the lazy days of summer are long gone. 1,205 more words

Book Reviews

Review: Dreamchild, The most disturbing Alice movie ever?

Although Dreamchild (1985) was supposed to clear up some of the mysteries behind Alice in Wonderland, its creator Lewis Carroll (Rev. Charles Dodgson), and the real Alice, it does more to disturb viewers in my opinion. 246 more words


Project I: Becoming Animal

“Their and our ancestors came out of the water, and the otters went back. The return wasn’t complete, this makes them more accessible to me…” [1]

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Merry Unbirthday

Lewis Carroll, author of Alice in Wonderland, is a controversial figure. Did he write the book while under the influence of drugs? According to… 223 more words


Salvador Dalí's Surreal Illustrations of 'Alice in Wonderland'

Happy 150th anniversary to Lewis Carroll’s classic tale Alice in Wonderland. The book about a young girl who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantastical realm has been illustrated by countless artists, but one in particular is being celebrated during this special occasion. 114 more words


Rambling: On Length

By Tony Schwab, Staff Writer

Last October, I went to the BAM Cinematek to see “Out 1,” the famous, mysterious 13-hour film by Jacques Rivette. Never before released in the U.S., it  received as good an ad campaign as any re-release in the past few years. 446 more words


Salvador Dalí’s Rare 1969 Illustrations for “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” Rediscovered and Resurrected – Brain Pickings

This fascinating piece about Salvador Dali’s rare illustrations for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland grabbed my attention in a fast moving blip, passing through my Twitter stream. 339 more words