New Adventures of Alice: A Sequel to Lewis Carroll's Wonderland
Evertype, 2010 - 160 páginas
John Rae was an American author and illustrator who lived from 1882 to 1963. He wrote and illustrated "New Adventures of Alice," "Grasshopper Green and The Meadow Mice," and "Granny Goose," and was noted for his portraits of Carl Sandburg and Albert Einstein. This charming book, written in 1917, fulfils Rae's own wish that Carroll had written another book about Wonderland. In it Alice's new adventures consist of visits to a number of Mother Goose characters, as well as to a remarkable artist, a poet, and a printer-characters certainly familiar to John Rae himself.
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