The film makes her a swashbuckling proto-feminist, standing up to a prejudiced society where being a ship's captain is "no job for a lady" -- a tiresomely trendy take and indeed a half-baked one, since she quickly settles into standard adventure heroics once she goes through the looking-glass
This color-illustrated work presents the complete texts of Lewis CarrollAEs AliceAEs Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass
and What Alice Found There, as well as another work by Carroll called The Wasp in a Wig.
With Alice Through the Looking-Glass
, she completes the set.
When journalism retreats to its looking-glass world to examine itself, however, a more ominous circumstance threatens.
So they withdrew into the looking-glass world from which they could pronounce judgment on both the story and themselves.
The Muse's Looking-Glass
, performed about 1630, opens and closes with a masque and consists of 15 scenes presented before a comic Puritan couple, with each scene devoted to an Aristotelian vice.
Alice, an imaginative English child who has fantastic adventures in Looking-Glass
Chapter 1: Looking-Glass
House--Palindrome Word Search
Through the Looking-Glass
(in full Through the Looking-Glass
and What Alice Found There) Book by Carroll, Lewis, dated 1872, but actually published in December 1871.
Like his audiences, Foreman's characters often find themselves puzzling over their purposes, trapped in sinister, looking-glass
worlds where meaning and language careen like atoms gone berserk.