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Alice’s Adventures: Lewis Carroll in Popular Culture

Alice’s Adventures: Lewis Carroll in Popular Culture by William Brooker.

Published by Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd. 2005.

Paperback.

ISBN: 082641754X

From the publisher:

Will Brooker, author of “Batman Unmasked” and “Using the Force”, turns his attention to Lewis Carroll and Alice. He takes the reader through a fascinating and revealing tour of late 20th Century popular culture, following Alice and her creator wherever they go. Brooker reveals the ways in which this iconic character has been used and adapted, taking in cartoons, movies, computer games, theme parks, heritage sites, novelisations, illustrations, biographies, theatrical performances, toys and other products, websites, fan clubs and much more. The result is a remarkable analysis of how one original creation has expanded over time to symbolize many different things to many different people.

A fascinating read, with chapters on different illustrators, “Dark Wonderland”, adaptations and further adventures.

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