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Title : Alice in Wonderland (Great Illustrated Classics)
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ISBN : 9780866118736
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 240 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Alice in Wonderland (Great Illustrated Classics) Reviews

  • Rose
    2018-12-09 05:23

    Um, what do you say to that? I had never read the story or watched any of the movies and I recently read a book called Insanity which was about Alice as a nineteen your old in the modern world living in a insane asylum and there is so many references about this book that I just had to read it. Not to mention it was sitting on my book shelf just waiting to be read. This story it self was strange like the author dropped acid strange. Nevertheless as a classic it was good. The first half was interesting and the second half not so much and I just wanted to know how it ended. The nutcracker is pretty much Alice in wonderland the winter version it seems after reading this.5 points...LoopyStrangeConfusing ImaginativeCreativeI also really enjoy reading this as a piece of history. The original story was written during times of slavery and the book first being published the same year slavery was ended. That to me was interesting because when I come across old art I always like to think of the world in which the artist produced it.

  • Carlie
    2018-11-17 10:04

    This was an interesting story. My girls had watched the movie previously, so I thought I should get the story out and read it to them. There were some parts of the book that were of no interest to me, but I may need to reread it since the story was broken up often by my girls asking me to read something else. They picked up on many details and talk often of Alice. There is now a "rabbit house" in their bedroom and one stuffed kitty has been renamed Dinah. They are often quoting the caterpillar, the queen and love to revisit the story we have in pop-up version.

  • Sidsel Pedersen
    2018-11-20 12:13

    I think the first part of this book is much stronger than the second half. After a while the non-sense gets silly and tiresome when you read it as an adult. But I did find my self giggling at the first half of the book. It is a classic and I am glad I read it.I find my self smiling at Alice's clever inner dialogue.But it has taken me forever to get around to finish it - it has been sitting on my ereader for a really long time.

  • Jessica Patzer
    2018-12-13 12:03

    I've probably been spoiled by the Disney movie adaptation and pretty much all the other adaptations I've seen, but this book was seriously lacking in actual storyline.

  • Rebecca
    2018-12-02 09:30

    I read this aloud to my daughter, inspired by our trip to Disneyland. We met Alice and the Hatter, rode on the Mad Tea Party Cups and the Alice in Wonderland ride (having no idea about the story because I've never read the book or seen the movie!) The beginning was insightful and funny. Alice has some observations, and I could totally relate to that thinking as a kid! As most classic stories for children go, it got sporadic and random fast. Lots of strange characters. My daughter loved how Alice has to go from short to tall to short several times throughout the book. This is an abridged edition, so I wonder how the original is. Looking forward to seeing it Disneyfied, or not, but I'm glad we read it and know the full story now! "Off with----"!!!

  • Nas Lectora
    2018-11-29 08:05

    Aun quiero aprender el baile de A LOBSTER WUARTET (o algo asi, no recuerdo bien el nombre del baile) y tiene grandes partes, no me canso de seguir reconociendo fragmentos que pusieron en uno de mis videojuegos favoritos: Alice Madness Returns

  • Nazish Ahmed (Nazish Reads)
    2018-12-01 11:02

    I've seen two movies versions of this book. The first one I saw was the Burbank version and the second one I saw was the Disney version (a few years ago). I can't say which one is closer to the original, because there are some things that are in either or, like the hall of doors, it's in the Burbank one, but not the Disney one, which never made sense to me (I didn't know about Disney's Alice in Wonderland until only a few years ago, I don't know why I didn't). The bird who called Alice a serpent when she grew really tall was in the Disney version, but not the other one. So It won't be fair to say which one is a better adaptation of the story, but the ending in the Burbank one was similar to the original, it was just shortened, which I think was a good idea because there are some moments in the book that I felt like were unnecessary and were just dragging the story, like the Mock Turtle's story and Alice playing with a giant dog. Although, I felt like the Queen in the Disney version was too much. I did enjoy both of those movies, though.I also saw Tim Burton's version and I barely remember anything that happened in there. I don't think it was good idea to try to get the story to make sense, that just ruined it. Alice in Wonderland is one of those stories that get worse when they do make sense, it's supposed to be nonsense, that's what makes it fun. But I did like the costumes and sets of that movie.You're probably wondering I'm talking about the movies when I should be talking about the book. That's because I'm comparing the original to the movies and some of the changes the made and if I liked those changes.It's pretty late here and I'm so tired, so I'm going to finish this review later.My book blog: nazishreads.netMy twitter account: @NazishTVDSwiftMy Instagram accounts: @nazishreads, @nrcharmed01, and @nrdisneyAnd I also have a facebook fan page for my blog.

  • Siobhán Bayertz
    2018-11-26 06:24

    This story has been pretty famous since it was first published in 1865 and has remained a well loved story since. I had already known the story thanks to the films but I remember when I was about 6 that my Dad came home one day from work and gave me this book as a present. Since that day I've read the same book I was given then every few years. It's truly a well loved book after nearly 2 decades...It's an easy book to read, simplistic language, nice illustrations to help explain the story, loveable characters etc. Some people seem unsure as to what they think about the book. Many seem to not understand it. I don't think it was written to be psycho analysed but to instead, simply be enjoyed. It's a funny book, sure you come across a lot of nonsense in it like the Cheshire Cat or the Mad Hatter but that's the beauty of it! I was once told by my mother that when I first saw the film version when I was around 4 that I cried for ages because I was so upset over how mean the flowers were to Alice. Even now that I'm nearing 21 I still tend to get emotional at that bit!

  • Sarah Crawford
    2018-12-07 12:12

    There are many books published with this title (or Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass or just Through the Looking Glass.) The books vary almost entirely by who did the artwork. Alice in Wonderland is one of my favorites and that is why I have been getting so many versions of this book.

  • Andrea Snoddy
    2018-12-01 12:30

    I absolutely loved this book! Alice in Wonderland has always been one of my favorite stories. This book reminded me of what Lauren, Delaenie and I Wrote about in the song we created, "Falling Like Alice".

  • Diana
    2018-11-29 07:30

    I remember reading this one day at my aunt's house and her being so surprised that she went around praising what a reader I was; when in reality I was just doing it so I didn't have to talk to her.Leave it to my mom to inform her of that tidbit.

  • Jessie
    2018-11-15 11:25

    How can anyone not love this? Such imagination and brilliance all packed into this fantastic piece of literature.

  • Isabelle
    2018-12-15 04:10

    There were two lessons: Be wary of rabbit holes and sane people. Go see my full review at https://l882.wordpress.com/2017/01/04...

  • Eric
    2018-11-25 07:10

    Its okay I mean its not fun or exciting didn't like the book at all.

  • Amy
    2018-11-25 07:01

    Aww cute story anyone will love to fall into.

  • Jones Family
    2018-11-24 05:02

    it was very very very bizarre