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Alicia en el país de las maravillas (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland #1)

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Pocos libros, antes de Alicia en el país de las maravillas, habían demostrado que la realidad lleva asociadas partes invisibles que solo la imaginación puede descubrir. Cuando Lewis Carroll contaba a las hermanitas Liddell las aventuras de Alicia en sus excursiones en barca por el río estaba adentrandose en algo que descubrirá el psicoanálisis del siglo XX: la mente de los...more
Paperback, 191 pages
Published July 2008 by Biblioteca Edaf Juvenil (first published 1865)
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Manny
"Good gracious!" said Alice, "I do believe I'm inside a review!"

She turned to the Hatter and the March Hare.

"Well, let me see. Here is the title, and here is the date I read it. That must be today. Now I need to explain the plot and the overall point."

"There is no plot," said the March Hare disagreeably.

"And there is no point," agreed the Hatter.

He poured a little hot tea on the Dormouse's nose, making it wake with a start.

"The book breaks new ground," it said rapidly in a high, sing-song voi...more
Keely
I think that the failure not only of Children's Literature as a whole, but of our very concept of children and the child's mind is that we think it a crime to challenge and confront that mind. Children are first protected from their culture--kept remote and safe--and then they are thrust incongruously into a world that they have been told is unsafe and unsavory; and we expected them not to blanch.

It has been my policy that the best literature for children is not a trifling thing, not a simplific...more
Patty
Jul 13, 2007 Patty rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: no one
Well, if you really love this book, please do not read on! I really did not enjoy the book, and I'm a little surprised that it's considered a classic. The one thing I did enjoy was that there were many imaginative scenes - all of the different places that she went, like the tea party, the garden, etc. But, the characters were drawn very poorly - they were simply drawn, and most were just annoying (even Alice!). Most of the characters in the great "wonderland" were either cruel, mean or contrary...more
James
Having just finished Alice in Wonderland, the first thing that occurs to me is that I wish I had read it years ago. I've known the story of Alice for years thanks to Disney and the Mad Hatter on Batman, but for some reason I didn't get around to reading this as a child. While I expected to like it, I never realized what a joy this book would be.

Carroll was a logician, so it should come as no surprise that he uses his expertise in that field to create many hilarious logical fallacies. But what i...more
Manny
For the Celebrity Death Match Review Tournament, The Annotated Alice (6) versus The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (27)

"Let us hear the evidence!" said the King. The White Rabbit opened the letter and began reading aloud:
The Knave of Hearts, he killed some tarts
And kept them in his cellar...
"Stuff and nonsense!" interrupted Alice loudly. "That's not how it goes at all!"

"Silence in court!" said the King. "And you, young lady, will go and sleep with Mikael Blomkvist right now!"

"I shan't!" said Alic...more
Jonathan

Whenever I have something to write for university, for personal entertainment or as a review I always start at a basic idea. A single question or thought that I can grow my writing from organically. Sometimes it could be a question such as 'what if Mondays became Tuesdays?' My answer, we'd want Tuesdays to become Wednesdays and so on until we had nothing left but Sundays. In this case as I come back and write this review of a book read years ago my question is: Is Alice in Wonderland really a ch...more
Seak (Bryce L.)
I always have a hard time reviewing the "classics." Not so much because I don't have anything new to say - I have my own impressions - but more because what if I didn't like it? Does that make me poorly read or did I just not get what everyone else got? There's a very good chance of the latter no matter what I'm reading, let's just be honest.

But that's not that I didn't like Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. I gave it 4 stars as you can plainly see (although you'll see in a minute I actually gav...more
Ian Paganus de Fish
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"It’s Not a Review Letter after All, It’s Just a Set of Verses"

Little Edith, in this curious book,
You’ll find pictures and conversations,
Wisdom and play in proportion,
If just once you could climb
Down the rabbit hole with your sister,
Where fiction, like a telescope,
Can both shut up and expand
Perspective, Space and Time.

When approaching adolescence,
A young girl might find herself
Wondering: What is my place?
And which way should I go?
How do I make a choice?
When all around I’m tempted
"Drink me...e...more
Sarah
This book was curious and curiouser and I just don't get it. So while I admit that the Alice in Wonderland movie doesn't really make a whole lot of sense either, it pales in comparison to this coked out misadventure. I've read that it is entirely unfounded speculation that the author was on drugs when he wrote this, although if I were him I would tell people I was on drugs rather than have them believe this was the work of my sober thought process. Half the time I didn't understand anything the...more
*nawaf

تُعد هذه القصة من أهم قصص الأطفال في العصر الحديث ، ولم تُتَح لي قراءتها من قبل ولما رأيتها في معرض الكتاب حرصت على اقتنائها بطبعتها الجديدة ، وهي ممتعة ـ وبالأخص للأطفال ـ ، ولكن تبقى مشكلة ـ كغالب الكتب المترجمة ـ أنها غير موجهة في لغتها لنا فيظهر لنا الغموض في المعنى والضعف في السياق اللغوي ـ لا تناسبنا كقراء باللغة العربية ـ ولعل قراءتها في لغتها الأصلية أفضل وأجدى ، ولو تمكن كاتب من إعادة صياغتها باللغة العربية لخرج لنا بنص بنص بديع فيه من المتعة الشيء الكثير.
عندي حكم مسبق في تصوير القصص وا...more
Sarah
I'm probably the world's biggest Alice fan. I collect anything and everything Alice whether it's classic style or Disney, doesn't matter. I even named my first child Alice. I have read Wonderland and Looking Glass several times throughout my life and I enjoy them every time. I've read them to my kids too and they like them as well. It's just fun and nonsense. There's no need to deeply analyze the greater meaning deep within the story or to try to figure out the author's motives or anything. It's...more
karen
these are my favorite illustrations for alice...
mai ahmd

حين قررت قراءة هذه الرواية كنت أبحث عن كتاب صغير ومسلي وكنت أتوقع سهولة في القراءة خاصة وأن الرواية للأطفال لكنه لم يكن كذلك ليس لسبب سوى أن أغلب الشخصيات في الرواية شخصيات غير منطقية وقد يكون ذلك طبيعيا لأن الرواية قامت على حلم الطفلة آليس وفي بلاد العجائب المكان المناسب لساحة الخيال..

شخصيات الرواية وإن كانت تبدو غير ودية ولامبالية أحيانا متنافرة إلا إنها بلا شك شخصيات ملهمة ومفعمة بروح المرح بسبب غرابة تصرفاتها وحديثها الغير مفهوم والخالي من المنطق الجميع مجنون في هذه الرواية حتى أليس إنساقت ل...more
Chiara Pagliochini
“Così rimase seduta con gli occhi chiusi, quasi credendosi nel Paese delle Meraviglie, pur sapendo che sarebbe bastato riaprirli per ritornare alla grigia realtà.”

Quand’ero bambina, c’era un unico cartone della Disney che non guardavo mai con piacere. E questo era, non a caso, Alice nel Paese delle Meraviglie. Mia sorella ed io ne eravamo terrorizzate. I fiori pettegoli, la Regina di Cuori, la storia delle Ostrichette. La storia delle Ostrichette! Ma dico, ve la ricordate?
Avevo già letto questo...more
Mark
Having just been staying with a friend near Liverpool for a few days we went to the Tate Gallery in the Albert Docks to see the Alice in Wonderland exhibition. It began a little unpromisingly as some of the 'influences' and links drawn up by the curators were tenuous to say the least. I personally love the Pre-Raphaelites and the curators set themselves to say how influential Lewis Carroll was on their work, this may or may not be the case but one of the pictures appears to have been placed on t...more
Mohammed
I didnt read this a kid so i didnt have to see it with new eyes as an adult. My impression is that its both a mad, fun story and it is also complex one for a novel aimed at children. A story whose literary quality both kids and adult can enjoy.

I have more respect for Carroll's writing ability than i expected and i like how he didnt look down on the reader. Some books aimed at kids look down at them, oversimplify things. I have not even see a film based on this novel so everything was fresh, new...more
Manny

Canichon dit à
la Souris, Qu'il
rencontra
dans le
logis :
"Je crois
le moment
fort propice
De te faire
aller en justice.
Je ne
doute pas
du succès
Que doit
avoir
notre procès.
Vite, allons,
commençons
l'affaire
Ce matin
je n'ai rien
à faire"
La souris
dit à
Canichon :
"Sans juge
et sans
jurés
mon bon !"
Mais
Canichon
plein de
malice
Dit :
"C'est moi
qui suis
la justice
Et que
tu aies
raison
ou tort
Je vais te
condamner
à mort !"
Maria
I absolutely love this book. It's complete nonsense of course, but that's the great thing about it. Alice, a little girl, falls down a rabbit hole and enters Wonderland, filled with talking animals and strange creatures, and a pack of cards that has a life of its own. It's a dream, and like most dreams it makes absolutely no sense at all. It was one of my favourite books as a child, so I decided to re-read it after 30 odd years, and I'm glad I did. It made me laugh out loud.
Ariel
I just.. I didn't like it. It was annoying and random .. I'm sorry!
Anastasia
3.75/5

Io adoro il nonsense, adoro le stramberie, adoro in generale tutto ciò che è fuori dal comune. Quindi come non trovare simpatica la storia? :D Anche se, oddio, ha un ritmo velocissimo. Voglio dire, già dall'inizio parte subito come un razzo. Ha un ritmo maledettamente veloce, sul serio. A tratti è incalzante, a tratti non molto piacevole. Non c'è una singola pausa. E' come bere l'acqua tutta d'un sorso. Non si ha il tempo di assorbire i personaggi presentati, ma forse è proprio l'intento d...more
Lynne King
It was Ian's review today that made me realise that I hadn't added this book but then I cannot add all the books that I possess to the Goodreads Library, now can I.

How can one even attempt to write a review on this timeless, brilliant classic. The imagination of "Lewis Carroll". It is like a reference book in that you can pick it up, glance at any page and continue to be entranced years after the first reading. It actually gets better as one gets older. Well that's my excuse anyway.
ندى الأبحر
رغم المتعارف عليه : أن الروايات المكتوبة تكون أكثر تشويقاً من السيناريو للأفلام أو المسرحيات وغيرها

إلا أن الآية معكوسة تماماً هنا , الفيلم سواء تمثيلي أو كرتوني رائع , الرواية مملة!
ربما الترجمة السبب

علي كلٍ , لويس كارول مبدع ولا يستطيع أحد أن ينتقص من قدره

..
" يُقال أنه أصيب بهلاوس جعلته يري كل ما ذُكر ها هنا في الرواية مما يضفي بعض الفكاهة علي القصة "

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Barbara
Sep 19, 2012 Barbara rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Both children and adults!
Shelves: fantasy
Today, when I met with my Japanese, ESL student, we read from a book containing many short stories, biographies and tales of interest. This book was designed for vocabulary building and to aid in improvement of accent. The story she chose was a greatly abbreviated section from Alice in Wonderland, which clearly pleased her. When we discussed the tale, we were delighted to discover that we had both read this when we were young. We agreed this would be our next assignment. We soon discovered that...more
Lisa
This is lovely. I can't believe this was written in 1865! Almost 150 years ago!

Alice's Adventures In Wonderland consists of 12 fairly short chapters. It is a quick read(on my e-reader, each chapter was approx. 24 pages or less).

It is basically whatever you want to see it as. It could be looked at as an influential fantasy, or just the daydreams of a young girl. Either way, it is witty, imaginative and bizarre. (Also, you can tell the author is British, which I love. British wit is my favorite).

A...more
Huda Aweys
The story of a girl who fell into the rabbit hole to enter into this fantasy world for as long as my mind filled
Now I think the bunny hole and that the fantasy world, but what are our permanent getaway from reality .. it is .. when escape from reality to fantasy really
Karen Booklover
It was so much fun to finally read the story again and read it out to my little brother!

I know I must have read it sometime when I was really small :):)
Rose
Quick review for a quick read and classic tale. I happened to grab this from my library for a re-read and loved it as much as I did the first time I read it. Alice is quite a character who gets in over her head as she's sitting with her sister in the beginning and happens to see a white rabbit carrying a pocketwatch. The story, as they say, is history in the making from there. The illustrations in the edition I had were lovely and complimented the story and characters very well.

I've read numerou...more
Stuart Ayris
Alice in Wonderland was first published in 1865, a year that saw Charles Dickens survive the Staplehurst rail crash and the foundation of The Christian Mission (later to become the Salvation Army). At the other end of the scale, neither being saved nor salvaged, were the 400 rebels who were executed following an unsuccessful uprising against British rule in Morant Bay, Jamaica. Across the Atlantic Ocean the American Civil War was drawing to a close. Three days after the publication of Alice In W...more
Matt
Movie hype...and whatnot...

Shamefully enough I never read this as a child as I was too preoccupied with Bartholomew Cubbins, the Super Friends, and Star Wars action figures. It is interesting that images in this book are so heavily referenced throughout literature and other media to the point where I was very familiar with most of this material despite having never read it.

The cover of this edition claims that it is unabridged, but my wife is adamant that several scenes that she remembers from c...more
Heidi
I've never really been a fan of Alice in Wonderland. The cartoon was creepy. Both human versions I've seen are just flat out bizarre. And then as a college student I learned too much about the author that I just couldn't separate author's life from author's work. (It's unfortunate when that happens, too.) Knowing pretty much all that was going to happen--and much of the lines having been quoted verbatim in some movie version--it wasn't interest-gripping. I may read the sequel just to know the di...more
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The Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known by the pen name Lewis Carroll, was an English author, mathematician, logician, Anglican clergyman and photographer.

His most famous writings are Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass as well as the poems "The Hunting of the Snark" and "Jabberwocky", all considered to be within the genre of literary nonsense.

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“I can't go back to yesterday because I was a different person then.” 10339 likes
“But I don’t want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you can’t help that," said the Cat: "we’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad."
"How do you know I’m mad?" said Alice.
"You must be," said the Cat, "or you wouldn’t have come here.”
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