2 edition of About Alice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Elizabeth Hayward.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.K28 1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||77356428|
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The book is a postscript to the author's other writings about his beloved wife, Alice, who passed away last year. Calvin had written about Alice for years; indeed, the vast majority of his work apparently centered around his deep-felt love for this woman.
Only I've never read any of his other writings.4/5. From Publishers Weekly. Trillin (A Heckuva Job: More of the Bush Administration in Rhyme), a staff writer with the New Yorker sincehas often written about the members of his family, notably his wife, Alice, whom he married in A graduate of Wellesley and Yale, she was a writer and educator who survived a battle with lung cancer/5().
The Alice onstage is given, in addition to Calvin’s words, some of her own, drawn from two of her published works about illness: “Dear Bruno,” a letter to a year-old boy hospitalized with.
Alice was born in Footscray, Victoria, a month after her parents Kuan and Kien arrived in Australia. Alice’s father, Kuan - a survivor of Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge regime - named her after Lewis Carroll’s character because after surviving the Killing Fields, he thought Australia was a Wonderland.
Alice is the oldest of four - she has a brother, Alexander, and two sisters, Alison. The Alice Network: A Novel and millions of other books are available for instant access.
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Book Review: 'The Alice Network,' By Kate Quinn Set inKate Quinn's novel follows two indomitable women, a math whiz and a retired spy, in a truly fabulous car as they pursue a quest through. About the book: On a typical hectic day for Alice, she wakes up from a head injury to find that she’s lost the last ten years of her memory.
The current year isAbout Alice book the last she can remember is dated back to In those ten years, she finds her marriage is in the middle of a messy divorce, /5. In Lewis Carroll released a shortened version of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland for smaller children aged “from nought to five”.
It includes 20 of John Tenniel’s illustrations from the original book coloured, enlarged and, in some cases, : Oliver Lansley. The dedication of the first book he published after her death read, “I wrote this for Alice. Actually, I wrote everything for Alice.” In that spirit, Calvin Trillin has, with About Alice, created a gift to the wife he adored and to his readers/5(26).
Alice lacks a "morally good" heroine and meaning; instead of Carroll's making an ethical point about each of her adventures (and showing how "good little girls" should behave in a situation just described), Alice parodies the instructive, solemn verse which filled Victorian children's books, verses which children were made to memorize and recite.
Books About Alice show list info. Who is this Alice person and why has she had so many books written about her. She's About Alice book from Wonderland to Zombieland, been In Agony and In Rapture (Sort Of), lived Dangerously and Patiently, but through all her adventures she has somehow remained Still Alice.
Yet we still don't know The Truth About Alice. About Alice by Calvin Trillin is a touching memoir about the author's wife, his wife's death, the author received many touching notes of condolences from friends and readers alike.
Trillin answers these notes with this poignant look at the woman with whom he shared nearly forty years of his life. The title for the original novel was Alice’s Adventures Under Ground.
The original novel was illustrated by Carroll. Alice, the heroine, is not a blonde as illustrated. The original Alice was a brunette. When the novel was released, it gained little attention.
Queen Victoria was a known fan. Alice in Wonderland is not to be read as a logical book. There could be some hidden meanings in there, especially considering Carroll was a mathematician during his lifetime, whether he was aware.
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In Calvin Trillin’s antic tales of family life, she was portrayed as the wife who had “a weird predilection for limiting our family to three meals a day” and the mother who thought that if you didn’t go to every performance of your child’s school play, “the county.
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In the most renowned novel by English author Lewis Carroll, restless young Alice literally stumbles into adventure when she follows the hurried, time-obsessed White Rabbit down a hole and into a fantastical realm where animals are quite verbose, logic is in short supply, and royalty tends to be exceedingly unpleasant.
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