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Alicia in Terra Mirabili

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Operculum panni rubri, postulantibus Carroll, ex editione 1865[1]

Alicia in terra mirabili (titulo originali Anglico Alice's Adventures in Wonderland) est liber a Ludovico Carroll anno 1865 scriptus et a Clive Harcourt Carruthers anno 1964 Latine redditus. Liber est mythistoria de Alicia, puella quae in cavum cuniculi cadit et terram mirabilem invenit.

Una e notissimis operibus Victoriae Anglicae fictio, eius narratio, structura, indoles et imaginatio magnam vim habuerunt in popularibus culturae et litterarum, praesertim in genere phantasiae.[2][3][4] Liber saltem 97 in linguas translatus est.[5]

Carroll anno 1871 sequelam edidit inscriptam Through the Looking Glass (Aliciae per speculum transitus) et versio abbreviata pro parvulis anno 1890 inscriptam The Nursery "Alice".

Personae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Feles Cestriana
Petasivenditor vesanus theam et panem portat.
  • Alicia
  • Cuniculus Albus
  • Gaius
  • Eruca
  • Pedisequus
  • Ducissa
  • Feles Cestriana
  • Lepus Martius
  • Petasivenditor
  • Glis
  • Rex Cordium
  • Regina Cordium

Editiones[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Ludovici Carroll, Alicia in terra mirabili, Liber notissimus Latine redditus ab eius fautore vetere gratoque Clive Harcourt Carruthers, London, Macmillan, 1964

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  1. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". University of Maryland 
  2. Schwab, Gabriele (1996) "Chapter 2: Nonsense and Metacommunication: Alice in Wonderland" in The mirror and the killer-queen: otherness in literary language Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana. Formula:ISBN. pp. 49–102.
  3. Berman, Judy (15 October 2020). "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll" 
  4. "The 100 best novels: No 18 – Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1865)" 
  5. Bandersnatch: The Newsletter of The Lewis Carroll Society, Issue 149 (January 2011). p. 11.