LIT 4334: The Golden Age of Children's Literature

Alice in Wonderland Bibliography

on February 12, 2013 2:27pm
“7 Things to Do.” Winnipeg Free Press. 16 Jan 2011: 65534. Winnipeg Free Press Co. 07 Feb 2013.

“Alice’s Fantastic Wanderings Make Delicious Theater Fare: [FINAL Edition].” The Washington Post [Washington, D.C.] 23 Nov. 2006, sec. 4: n. pag. The Washington Post Company. Web. 7 Feb. 2013.

Carpenter, Humphrey (1985). Secret Gardens: The Golden Age of Children’s Literature. Houghton Mifflin.

Carroll, Lewis (1939) The Complete Works of Lewis Carroll. With an Introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the Illustrations by John Tenniel. London: The Nonesuch Library.

Clark, Anne (1981) The Real Alice. London: Michael Joseph.

Landman, James. “Using Literature to Teach the Rule of Law.” Social Education 72.4 (2008): 165+. Academic OneFile. Web. 7 Feb. 2013.

Leach, Karoline. “Lewis Carroll: A Myth in the Making.” Victorian Web. 08 February 2013. <htt

p://www.victorianweb.org/authors/carroll/dreamchild/dreamchild1.html>.

“Lewis Carroll: Reality and Myth.” Carroll Myth. 07 February 2013. < http://www.carrollmyth.c om/index.html>.

Malkki, Aila. “Translating Emotions Across Time: Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.” The Electronic Journal of the Department of English at the University of Helsinki 5 (2009): n. pag. Print.

Pudney, John (1976) Lewis Carroll and His World. London: Thames and Hudson

Wullschläger, Jackie. "Inventing Wonderland : The Lives and Fantasies of Lewis Carroll, Edward Lear, J.M. Barrie, Kenneth Grahame, and A.A. Milne." (1995): Web.

 

 

 

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