The Annotated Alice

Publisher: Clarkson N. Potter

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I read Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass when I was already an adult. The footnotes and comments by Martin Gardner made me find out the convoluted maze appearing in the words when they play between shape and meaning. It's wonderful to get lost in Alice's world and find out, every time I read it, something hidden beyond the surface and the superficiality of the mirror. Reflecting on reflection. From that time I’ve been collecting different editions of the book written in Italian and in several languages such as Alicia in terra mirabili in Latin.

-- aldo spinelli

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