Through the Looking-Glass, Lewis Carroll

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Through the Looking-Glass is the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. In this story, Alice wonders what the world is like on the other side of a mirror when magically she is able to pass through it. She discovers that the world through the looking glass is quite different. By holding up a mirror, she learns that she can read a book with looking-glass poetry, Jabberwocky. What is the meaning of all this? Talking flowers, Red Queen and Kings, Chess games, Humpty Dumpty ... When will all this nonsense end? More magical Lewis Carroll. Be enchanted again and again.

All-time Classic.Published 1871. (85 Kb)