The Complete Converser
- What we choose it to mean. Parham, M. // New Statesman & Society;11/1/91, Vol. 4 Issue 175, p36
Reflects on the diverse interpretations of Lewis Carroll's books `Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' and `Through the Looking Glass.' Deeper meanings found in the children's books; How his heroine Alice has survived all the philosophical and commercial applications ascribed to her.
- Alice in Wonderland. Carroll, Lewis; Rochelle, R. // Plays - The Drama Magazine for Young People;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 70 Issue 4, p54
The article presents the script of the play "Alice in Wonderland," by Lewis Carroll.
- THAT'S JUST NONSENSE. // Doll Reader;Aug2006, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p8
The article focuses on a poem from Lewis Carroll's "Alice" books.
- Go ask for Alice. Peryman, Lisa // Quill & Quire;Jun98, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p20
Reports the donation of the largest collection of works of Lewis Carroll to the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library of the University of Toronto in Ontario. Name of donor; Components of the collection; Plan of exhibiting the collection.
- Music reviews. Brooks, Richard; Barulich, Frances // Notes;Mar1994, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p1183
Reviews the music manuscripts `David Del Tredici,' text by Lewis Carroll.
- Practical tortoise raising. Blackburn, Simon // Mind;Oct95, Vol. 104 Issue 416, p695
Presents an essay questioning whether the will is under the control of fact and reason using Lewis Carroll's tortoise and Achilles characters. Ending of deliberation by determining the will; Conception of facts by Hume; Control by the apprehension of fact and reason.
- Why `oughts' are not facts (or what the tortoise and Achilles taught Mrs. Ganderhoot and me about... Schueler, G.F. // Mind;Oct95, Vol. 104 Issue 416, p713
Suggests that there is something to be learned from constructing a practical reason analogue of Lewis Carroll's dialogue between the Tortoise and Achilles. Judgment of what someone ought to do; Failure to move the Tortoise to believe in a conclusion other than his own; Hypothesis on making...
- A tale of two tortoises. Smiley, Timothy // Mind;Oct95, Vol. 104 Issue 416, p725
Gives an interpretation on Lewis Carroll's article about the argument between the tortoise and Achilles on making a conclusion. Expression of perplexity; Lack of a distinct conception of a deduction; Detection of Carroll of hypothetical premises.
- (Un)Surprises Uncovered: A Reply to Jennifer Geer, Jean-Jacques Lecercle, and Michael Mendelson. ZIRKER, ANGELIKA // Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate;2008/2009, Vol. 18 Issue 1-1, p215
The article presents a symposia debate on the responses regarding the surprises in Lewis Carroll's Alice-books. The author takes three responses from Jennifer Geer about Alice's attitude, Jean-acques Lecercle on Alice's being surprised to schizophrenia, and Michael Mendelson on Alice books as...