The Hatter’s riddle “why a raven is like a writing desk?” had no answer when Alice In Wonderland was first written. Thru time and the people wanting an answer to this ridiculous riddle, a couple solutions were made up for the pleasure of others. I accepted that there is was no answer to this riddle, but I’ll sip my tea while you ponder.
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Discover more about the author Lewis Carroll, and how his conflicting past has put a dull view on this classic children’s book. Also paint with some popular art YouTubers, 10Hundred and SLEW as they share their painting tips.
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With contributions from the likes of thespian Richard E. Grant, social commentator Will Self and author Philip Pullman, at once adoring and provocative this documentary casts a conflicted eye over …the creation of Wonderland. Pouring through historical evidence and stories passed down through generations, hear the tale of Carroll’s first encounter with the three Liddell girls and the first telling of Alice’s tumble down the rabbit hole one summer’s afternoon in a boat upon the River Thames.
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ALICE IN WONDERLAND is said to be the most quoted book in print, second only to The Bible, with a passionate army of fans who regularly congregate around the world …to celebrate its rich and playful world. But what of its creator, the mild-mannered and unassuming Oxford University Math Don, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, aka. Lewis Carroll?
Famed not only for his wonderful stories, Carroll is also known for his ambiguous relationship with the young girl who inspired his most beloved creation, Alice Liddell, a seemingly innocent infatuation that he documented in his pioneering photography.
With contributions from the likes of thespian Richard E. Grant, social commentator Will Self and author Philip Pullman, at once adoring and provocative this documentary casts a conflicted eye over the creation of Wonderland. Pouring through historical evidence and stories passed down through generations, hear the tale of Carroll’s first encounter with the three Liddell girls and the first telling of Alice’s tumble down the rabbit hole one summer’s afternoon in a boat upon the River Thames. Documentary first broadcast in 2015.
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Disney is famous for creating some of the most classic films in history, and “Alice in Wonderland” is one of them. The film was first released in the early ’50s. However, it is based off a 17th-century novel written by English author Lewis Carroll. What started out as a fun story for children evolved into something that many of us have trouble understanding, which is why we’re putting the body of work under the scope. When a young girl named Alice stumbles across a rabbit hole, she doesn’t hesitate to follow it into oblivion. What starts off as a means to appease Alice’s curiosity turns into something else altogether.
It’s no secret that “Alice in Wonderland” is riddled with dark themes and nonsensical scenarios, which is why we’re trying to make sense of it all. There are many dubious moments in Disney’s visual representation of the novel, and we’re about to bring them to light.
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