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I can accept this place as my home like any other (again): Kyousougiga and Alice & Zouroku (and me)

The opening scenes of Alice & Zouroku involve poorly-done computer generated cars, a dramatic escape, and a Tokyo Tower scene that is eerily reminiscent of Sakura Kinomoto in… 586 more words


'Twas Pterodactyl, Sauropod

Original pencil drawing of the sleeping Gryphon,
John Tenniel (1820 – 1914) 


“Jabberwocky” is a poem of nonsense verse written by Lewis Carroll, and was a part of his novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (1872). 891 more words


Alice in Wonderland, Feminism and Undying Fascination

Yesterday I was having a conversation with a friend of mine about what you’re supposed to do after college when you find some sort of literary fascination and there’s no one around who’s paying a heap of money to sit in a desk next to you and talk about it. 655 more words

Alice In Wonderland