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How Many Books Are In Alice In Wonderland Series

Is it a bad idea to name siblings Rose and Alice. Will Alice rise in popularity.

Rose has for a long time been my absolute favorite girl’s name. I am pretty set on it for my first daughter and there is no changing my mind, especially after looking at my brother’s year book for this year and seeing so many gorgeous, timeless names, Rose included (Also Martha, Norma, and Henry), are still...

No, I would not automatically assume that you named Alice after Alice in Wonderland. Alice is a very pretty name, not too popular, not too “unique/trendy” (ask your boyfriend, btw!). I like Paul as well. Is Rose in Alice and Wonderland? I’ve read the book, and Alice is the only name I connect to it, and even then I don’t assume every Alice is named after Alice in Wonderland.Those are all very nice names, stop freaking out about them! I seriously doubt anyone will assume you’re a fangirl. I don’t know if it will rise in popularity or not, but even if it does, it wouldn’t rise more than 20 or 30 just over a movie.Good luck!and talk to your boyfriend, it’s important!!

What are your thoughts of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

I’m talking about the book, of course. I’m 19 years old, and have read it for the first time, along with Through the Looking-Glass, and I thought it was brilliant.What are your thoughts of it, if you’ve read it? Also, I want to see reactions from different age groups, the difference a child/teen…

I think the first time I read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, I was eight years old. It wasn’t the original… I think it was some sort of child’s version. I loved it, and I can still remember the illustrations because I got it from the library so many times. At some point or another, I also bought the animated Disney version… and I also read the Looking Glass Wars.After that, I sort of forgot about, getting wrapped up in other books and series…Then came the miniseries Alice on the SyFy channel. And that’s what sparked my interest again. I thought that it was extremely intriguing, although it didn’t follow Lewis Carroll’s plot exactly. I think that it was excellent, however, to be taken as a modern reworking and not an interpretation of the original. (but hey, I’m also a sucker for Andrew-Lee Potts, who plays the Hatter)Then came this whole Tim Burton craze. I’m not really sure of my opinion on that movie. It was rather odd… And all those people who are obsessed with it really annoy me because it doesn’t capture the true essence of the original.Now that I’ve read the books again, at age 15, I think that the work was completely ace 😉 I don’t think I’ll ever have the imagination that Carroll had, or the artistic talent of Sir John Tenniel. Despite all the different versions, whether a different book, comic, music, film, acting…. I think that nothing can truly compare to the original. What makes it special is your own interpretation… how you imagined each detail in your mind.It really angers me that at no point during my school career (elementary or high school) has it (or will it) be a part of the curriculum…

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Why there are several versions of the same quotation in Alice in Wonderland. Where are they taken from.

I recently came across some differences in the same quotation from the book. I know that the first one is the original one, but why it is paraphrased? Where do the others come from? Here they are:1. “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?””That depends a good deal on where you…

Yes, even I was little heartbroken (as I assumed they words written as they were by the author,) when I found out this happens. But it does, and that is because, language changes from time to time and place to place. For instance, how many of us can read the original Shakespeare? Not even many in England surely. Not because of ignorance, but due to the simple fact that language changes with time, it’s inevitable. That is where the publishers feel the need to paraphrase certain lines, because the way the phrase may be turned and sentence is formed may not be familiar to us.It may also be that you reading rapid reading series or abridged versions. It depends. But you can very much buy the absolute original if you wush to. Alice in Wonderland might even be available as original including illustrations on gutenberg.org.

Can’t find publishing date on Alice in Wonderland book.

I bought an old Alice in Wonderland book on ebay a while back and it has no date what so ever in it. I’m really curious to find out exactly how old it is. I’ve looked all over the internet and cannot find anything. I can’t even find a picture of the cover.

According to Wiki, Tenniel illustrated the first edition of Alice in 1865. He died in 1914, but these images were probably used for many versions of the book.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Tennie…This site shows a partial listing of known published editions. Maybe your book is listed/pictured there as well.http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/c/lewi…

Where can I find the original Alice In Wonderland books.

I want these books to own, and I’ve searched online, but Im not sure which is the original, or closest to the original. I’d like to buy them. How many books are in the series? I want the originals, from whoever created the Alice in Wonderland storys, where this tale was born. I think its by Lewis Carroll,…

yes Lewis Carroll is the author.There is only two booksthe original, un-shortened names are”Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”and”Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There”I’d keep looking, amazon, maybe even a local book store might have them as they are still classic reads for childrenI love these books, I really hope I helped!

Comepare and Contrast Alice in Wonderland vs. The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.

Im writing an essay to compare and contrast “Alice in Wonderland” and “the Lion the Witch and the Wardobe”.I need a few facts and ideas based on how to compare and contrastwhat are the morals of the story?

“Alice in Wonderland” is a dream story and is supposed to be a dream. It contains much nonsense which is intended to be nonsense. It has no moral and very little plot, being mainly a series of encounters mostly unconnected with one another.“The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” is supposed to be factual, within the story. That is, it is not supposed to be a dream, within the story. It is part of a genre of many books in which modern children get caught up in a magical adventure, such as most of the books by E. Nesbit, the Oz books, “Peter Pan”, Hilda Lewis’s “The Ship that Flew”, the juvenile books of Catherine Anthony Clark, Frederick Cliapin’s “Toodles of Treasure Town and her Snowman”, and many, many others. Lewis almost entirely avoids the frivolity of many of the earlier tales in the genre. which makes his story seem more likely to be real.Alice herself is not well characterized, as indeed she shouldn’t be. The term “Alice” is sometimes used to refer to the most normal character in a story with whom the reader is supposed to identify. In the genre of “Children’s Adventures with Magic”, the story usually involves two or more children which allows for more characterization. Lewis very much distinguishes his children, even making one of them be a traitor and villain (until he repents).Lewis’s story has a strong “Christian” moral base, intended to show Jesus in a parallel world under the guise of Aslan. In the Alice stories, there is no Christian or moral teaching whatsoever (though nothing that might be called immoral is favourably portrayed).Both books contain talking animals.

How many accounts of Alice in wonderland are there.

When I ask this I mean, how many different versions are there?

Alice in Wonderland (1903 film), silent film,Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1910 film), silent film,Alice in Wonderland (1915 film), silent film,Alice in Wonderland (1931 film),Alice in Wonderland (1933 film)Alice in Wonderland (1946 film),Alice in Wonderland (1949 film),Alice in Wonderland (1951 film),Alice in Wonderland (1955 TV-adaptation),1932 Broadway version of the novel, co-written by Eva LeGallienne and directed by George Schaefer for the Hallmark Hall of FameAlice in Wonderland or What’s A Nice Kid like You Doing in a Place like this? (1966 TV animated musical movie), from Hanna Barbera featuring cartoon characters as the Wonderland and Looking Glass characters, with Janet Waldo as AliceAlice in Wonderland (1966 film),Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1972 film), British musical film, UKAlice in Wonderland (1981 film),Alice at the Palace, filmed performance of Elizabeth Swados’s 1981Alice in Wonderland (1983 film), filmed performance based on the 1982 Broadway revival, which in turn was based on the 1932 Broadway production; appeared on American public broadcasting channel PBS’s Great Performances.Alice in Wonderland (1983 film), Nippon Animation, animated TV-series, JapanAlice in Wonderland (1985 film), television movieAlice in Wonderland (1986 TV serial), 4×30 minute BBC TV adaptationAlice in Wonderland (1988 film), a 51-minute direct-to-video animated film AustraliaAlice (1988 film), a stop motion adaptation of the first book by Jan Švankmajer.Adventures in Wonderland, a Disney television series that ran from 1991–1995Alice in Wonderland (1999 film), television movieThe Looking Glass Wars, alternate story by Frank BeddorAlice (2009 TV mini-series), Syfy

How many Alice in Wonderland books are there.

I know the 1st one is “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” right?I think there’s another called “Through the Looking Glass” the sequel right?If not/so what are the books that continue from the 1st one?I really want to read the whole seriesPlease & Thank YouIt’s very much…

There were 3 books wrote by Lewis CarrollLEWIS CARROLLAlice’s Adventure’s in Wonderland -1865Through the Looking Glass – 1871The Nursery Alice – 1890OTHER AUTHORSA New Alice in the Old Wonderland – 1895 (Anna M Richards)The Westminster Alice – 1902 (Hector Hugo Munro)Alice in Bundlerland: An Iridescent Dream – 1907 (John Kendrick Bangs)New Adventures of Alice – 1917 (John Rae)Alice in Orchestralia – 1925 (Ernest La Prade)Alice Through the Needles Eye – 1985 (Gilbert Adair)The Looking Glass Wars – 2006 – (Frank Beddor)Wonderland Revisted and the Games Alice Player There – 2009 (Keith Sheppard)Alice in Dreamland – 2009 (Kira)Alice in Verse: The Lost Rhymes of Wonderland – 2010 (J.T Holden)

How many alice in wonderland books are there.

how many alice in wonderland books are there

There are two books written by the author Lewis Carroll. It’s basically a series.The first one was titled, “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”The second one was titled, “Through the Looking Glass”If you are looking for them, they usually come in a form of a “one-book” compilation, or if not, I could see tons of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” books in bookstores, but I rarely see a “Through the Looking Glass”, so I suggest you buy the “one-book” compilation of both books.Enjoy 🙂

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43 thoughts on “How Many Books Are In Alice In Wonderland Series

  1. I actually have a cousin who named his daughter Alice.This will give you the list of all the Literature and publications, literary retellings and sequels, Comics, manga, and graphic novels, Film, Animation, Television, Theatre, Art, Music and more containing themes, ideas or stories from Alice in Wonderland.

  2. Considering it’s my obsession, I like it a lot. It’s a good change from the cruddy world I have to put up with where everything’s too predictable(although I try to change it, the other people insist on being boring).I love your names, Rose and Alice togather are gorgeous!

  3. I especially like the scenes with the Cheshire Cat and the Mad Tea Party(got the latter memorized)(Just wondering, is the series you are talking about, ‘Twilight’? :))it became common so like each and every tremendous e book that became classics somethings have replaced to make alice look extra innocuous and to look a touch extra up subsequently far so that they could save promoting and preserving human beings fascinated contained in the age previous classic yet your reproduction of alice is particularly previous comparing the 1900’s with 2007 even if the tale Alices Adventures in wonderland became first printed in 1865 then 7 years later he printed by the looking glass hopes this helps some

  4. The answers above are all correct however that doesn’t include any of the Books, many books new and old are based off of Lewis Carroll’s original Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. A lot of them i actually suggest because they can be very good reads:

  5. Three. Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, then things were added to it such as the Mad Tea party and the Cheshire Cat, and things were also taken away, the story then changed into the book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. And last there is the sequal to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland which is Alice Through the Looking-Glass and What She Found There.

  6. 2 – Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass

  7. Of the two books I prefer the first because it seems more spontaneous and less planned out, more an impomptu–which gives it a charm that the second one, for all its genius, lacks. But who would be without “Jabberwocky,” the most famous nonsense poem in English, with its air of half accessible but ultimately unretrievable meanings, like “The told me you have been to her / And mentioned me to him.” The formality of the poetry and the discreteness of the prose contain and manage the insanity lurking close to the surface. I feel that the book in that sense is a mirror of who I myself am.

  8. Both names are pretty. As far as book/movie connections, that could be made with almost every name. I don’t think Alice is going to climb the charts just because Alison and Ali is more popular. And, if they do climb the charts, so what. Choose names that you like and don’t worry about the popular lists.

  9. I think that if u r set on the name u should go with it. The series may not be so big when they go and thus people (esp. their age) are not likely to make connection

  10. My guess is it wont rise much. Alice is a rather old-fashioned name.

  11. For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/0QqrD%5BDELDUP()%5DThe first one sounds like the original. The other two are probably from adaptations, such as movies or plays based on the book.

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  13. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Works_based_on_Alice_in_Wonderland#Literary_retellings_and_sequelsI reallycan’t help but think, “Old Woman” when I hear the name Rose.

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  15. How many alice in wonderland books are there?”Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass” are the only 2 that Lewis Carrol wrote.

  16. Wow really, The books were written by Carroll Lewis he wrote Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland ) in 1865 and Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There in 1871. He also wrote poems called The Hunting of the Snark” and Jabberwocky which are nonsense poems. Some believe that Carroll was a pedophile and in love with Alice, the little girl he wrote the books for. It’s believed that he ask Alice’s parents for Alice’s hand in marriage, Alice was only 11 at the time.

  17. If it’s the series I mentioned, I wouldn’t worry. It does have a massive worldwide fan-base, but the percentage of these fans over eighteen isn’t as high, and it’s a lot lower for people over twenty, etc.

  18. I think it would be a bigger shame if you didn’t use the names you love the most just because of a book, like all fads, it will pass and I don’t think it would be an issue.

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  20. The prose, especially in _Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,_ has a disarming simplicity and clarity that is a contrast to the ill mannered speech of many of the characters. The poems are parodies of poems well known in Carroll’s day, but they are so superior to the originals that they have become known as verse in their own right, in the way that the then-nonce word “chortle” has become a legitimate word.Although if you don’t like the B&N version you can still get the different cover and stuff from there.

  21. The Barnes and noble store has a whole classic section, so I’m pretty sure their version is really close to the original.I am pretty sure those names will become popular I already know several girls who are naming there baby Isabella it also depends on the timing I am sure it will be fairly popular for awhile considering the movie has several movies that go with it and they aren’t even out yet. This has happened in the past with other movies when such as Gone with the Wind.

  22. Now… Alice… I really like Alice. It’s a timeless name like you said and I totally agree that it will rise more in popularity then the name Rose.One of them is on cocaine, the other is on acid.

  23. It’s your choice. However… think about your child and when they get older for… they will have to be the one to live with the name… not you.

  24. Ok so I don’t like either names, but you love them. You have thought it through carefully and you will love sharing the story of Alice and Wonderland with your daughters. Honestly, I had to confirm with my 12 y/o that these were characters in this popular book. Stop worry about what other people think.

  25. I’m a linguistics graduate, in my 60s.

  26. i’m 19 as well and i first read it when i was 17 or so and loved it! the movies just don’t do it any justice, do they? (:

  27. http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Alices-…RE:By this I mean most of the fans won’t be having kids anytime soon, and so if the name gains a lot of popularity from the series it won’t be for another … ten years? And by that stage some other series will be in fashion.Oh, I’m a teenager.

  28. Firstly, you are so right. Rose and Alice are very pretty, feminine and timeless names. They would also grow well with your girls, if that makes any sense.Alice seems to me the kind of person I would like: she is logical, calm, respectful, and reasonable in a world of crazy, self-interested, short-tempered, impolite, peremptory adults. The book is one her side. It uses logic and mathematics to reinforce this point.

  29. 2 I believe. Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass.

  30. To be honest, I really don’t think, even though Alice is a main character in a popular series at the moment, that it will rocket in popularity.[/DELDUP]

  31. The are based on the books Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and also another book called Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There. Both those books were written by Lewis Carrol.

  32. I think if it was Rosalie and Alice it would be worse. Honestly I think they are both lovely and classic names, and I love seeing Rose on a girl for a first name, since everyone wants to use it for a middle right now (the new Marie/Ann/Lynn of middle names).

  33. It’s wonderful as an exercise in playing games with words. It’s often quoted, by the way, in theoretical linguistics articles.This Site Might Help You.

  34. That’s just my take on it. They are still beautiful names, and if the name Alice does go up in popularity, I can’t see it rocketing into the top-100. It’s a beautiful uncommon name – I think you should go with it!

  35. It’s a beautiful name.

  36. how many alice in wonderland books are there

  37. I really liked the books. They were well written and imaginative. By the way, I am 14

  38. Take it to a book appraiser or perhaps a university library. They may be able to help.

  39. It’s up to you what you want to name your kid. However… please think about your child as well when naming them. I have a unique name (Hope) and I absolutely hate it.

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