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The Cult of Girlhood in Wonderland and Neverland
Lewis Carroll's The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland started out as an oral tale ... His first works were mathematics books containing problem solving and arithmetic. Carroll “worked primarily in the fields of geometry, matrix algebra, mathematical logic and ...... Alice beyond Wonderland: Essays for the Twenty- First Century.
The Place of Lewis Carroll in Children's Literature, by Jan Susina
The Place of Lewis Carroll in Children's Literature, by Jan susina; pp. xvi + 232. London and New York: routledge, 2010, £85.00, £28.99 paper, $125.00, $39.95 paper. Alice beyond wonderland: essays for the Twenty-First Century, edited by Cristopher. Hollingsworth; pp. xxviii + 227. iowa City: university of iowa Press, 2009 ...
Nov 14, 2010 ... the late twentieth century view of Japan as a dynamic commercial and industrial giant to the twenty-first century image of Cool Japan, the source of innovative and exciting popular culture including pop art ...... Jaques, Zoe. (2010). Alice beyond wonderland: Essays for the twenty-first century (review),.
'Alice Undone': Re-reading the Work of Max Ernst and Dorothea
protagonist of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and the sequel Through the Looking Glass and What Alice ... In the first Manifesto of Surrealism (1924), André Breton nostalgically valorised a sense of .... 1939, Ernst became romantically associated with the twenty-year old artist and writer Leonora. Carrington (b.
but in the first decade of the twenty-first century, the controlled menace of the original is transformed into outright ... 1933 essay 'Alice in Wonderland Psycho- Analyzed', which suggested that the text was “an unconscious ... emotional stability through Alice's physical version of the psychoanalytic talking cure. 4. An earlier take ...
'Twas Brillig: Two Children and Alice
“Photographic Wonderland: Intermediality and Identity in Lewis. Carroll's Alice Books.” In Alice Beyond Wonderland: Essays for the Twenty-first. Century, ed. by Cristopher Hollingsworth, 117–133. Iowa City: University of Iowa. Press. North, Phoebe. 2006. “Through the Looking Glass and What Children Find There: using.
Alice's Search for Identity in Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in
first seem haphazard in the analysis of a literary character in a fantasy world. But, this essay illustrates Carroll's professional familiarity with his child protagonist through the logic and consistency of his depiction of Alice. The definition of childhood has changed over time. Childhood corresponds to the first age of life.
From Street Girl to Roman Goddess: The Creation of Multiple Visual
“Photographic Wonderland: Intermediality and Identity in Lewis. Carroll's Alice Books.” In Alice Beyond Wonderland: Essays for the Twenty First. Century, edited by Cristopher Hollingsworth, 117–134. Iowa: University of Iowa. Press. Ofek, Galia. 2009. Representations of Hair in Victorian Literature and Culture. Farnham .
Department of English & Creative Writing Postgraduate Handbook
Oct 10, 2016 ... Through the Wordsworth Country (London, 1887). Hollingsworth, Cristopher (ed.) , Alice beyond Wonderland: Essays for the twenty-first century. (University of Iowa Press, 2009). Homans, M.B. Studies in the Feminine Poetic Imagination: Dorothy Wordsworth, Emily Bronte and. Emily Dickinson. (Ann Arbor ...
Alice Through the Ages: Childhood and Adaptation
Wonderland (2010). Alice's identity crisis identified in each of the Alice works was observed in view of Erik H. Erikson's and James Marcia's identity theories in order to reach conclusions pertaining to the nature of childhood and growing up in the Victorian era, in the mid-twentieth century, and at the beginning of the 21st ...
A Memoir of Anorexia
Hollingsworth C (ed) (2009) Alice Beyond Wonderland: Essays for the Twenty- first Century. Iowa. City: University of Iowa Press. Hornbacher M (1998) Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia. New York: HarperCollins. Kövecses Z (2002) Metaphor: A Practical Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Lakoff G and ...
Lewis Carroll Alice-meséi A zsebórás Fehér Nyuszi üregén
és Dániel. Budapest: Sziget, 2009. Hollingsworth, Cristopher, szerk. Alice Beyond Wonderland. Essays for the Twenty-First. Century. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2009. Medve, Miklós, “A százéves Lewis Carroll”, Korunk, 1932. Phillips, Robert, szerk. Aspects of Alice. New York: Vintage Books, Random House, 1997.
Alice's Evidence: Examining the Cultural Afterlife of
Alice in Wonderland, however, is quite a different case, as is Dodgson's other major creation, 'Lewis Carroll'. Alice and Carroll have enjoyed an incredibly diverse cultural afterlife. Unlike much of Dodgson's life, their passage through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries has been thoroughly documented – across ...
From Carroll's Alice and Barrie's Peter Pan to Rowling's Harry Potter
In this essay I will argue that Harry Potter competes with Alice and. Peter Pan by ... of childhood. In Alice's case, childhood may have evaporated before her discovery of Wonderland. (when she is only seven years old); the lovely Edenic garden that she ... tion whether now, in the twenty-first century, we have expanded our.
"Curioser and Curioser!": Exploring Wonderland with Alice
When first published in 1865, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland built upon existing ... From the end of the 18th century through the 1860s, authors of English children's literature fell broadly into two camps. Religious and rational/moral writers produced heavily didactic informational essays, stories of exemplary children,.
Why Literature Matters
skill for the twenty-first century". Another English teacher ... In the lovely essay, " Ghosts and Voices: Writing from Obsession" (1990), ... House seven times in a row, of being en- tranced by books such as Island of the Blue. Dolphins and Alice in Wonderland. Through those books, she says, she was transported to other worlds ...
Mental Recreation in Wonderland •
Wonderland. •. Kate Pendlebury. The author argues that children's books are not, as commonly held, either didactic or entertaining and that successful juvenile ..... as occurs when the Unicorn describes Alice as a “fabulous monster.” Twenty- first -century children have dwindling access to some of the material that are.
Exemplar for Internal Achievement Standard Media Studies Level
modern audiences a 19th century character made relevant for the 21st century. In a gendered reading of Alice In Wonderland (2010), the director, Tim Burton turns gender stereotypes upside down. Women ... about it and said "Beyond all the kooky bells and whistles of my Alice, it's a simple internal story about somebody ...
Theater percussion: developing a twenty-first-century genre through
Dec 1, 2012 ... Strom, Julie J., "Theater percussion: developing a twenty-first-century genre through the connection of visual, dramatic, and percussive .... attend my doctoral recital entitled Alice on Time [November 5, 2011], she ..... Alice in Wonderland been unlisted in the public domain, and had I desired the publication.
Rem Koolhaas: Le Corbusier through the Looking-Glass
Le Corbusier living in the world Through the Looking-Glass organized as Lewis Carroll did in his famous book Alice´s .... Corbusier and the essays that will be collected in Towards an Architecture in 1923. ... contemporary Manifestoes are multiplied in the second part of the last century and the first decade of the 21st.