Alice's Adventures in Wonderland provides an inexhaustible source of literary, philosophical, and scientific themes.
Lewis Carroll's Adventures in Wonderland provides a physical removal from reality by creating a fantastical world and adventure in the mind of a young girl. In this separation, Carroll is able to bend the rules of the temporal world. Although this is self-evident in Alice's physical transfigurations, language and conventions provide additional means to test if a world can defy the rules which are didactically fed to children and become second nature to adults.
|Baskı Sayısı||2. Baskı|
|Cilt Tipi||Karton Kapak|
|Boyut||13.50 x 21.00|