Aventuras Subterráneas de Alicia

Aventuras Subterr neas de Alicia Durante un paseo en barca por el T mesis en compa a de las hermanas Liddell Lewis Carroll improvisa un cuento que luego a petici n de la peque a Alicia Liddell caligraf a e ilustra en un peque o cu

  • Title: Aventuras Subterráneas de Alicia
  • Author: Lewis Carroll Fernando Carbonell
  • ISBN: 9788476510056
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback
  • Durante un paseo en barca por el T mesis en compa a de las hermanas Liddell, Lewis Carroll improvisa un cuento que luego, a petici n de la peque a Alicia Liddell, caligraf a e ilustra en un peque o cuaderno As nacieron Las aventuras subterr neas de Alicia, la primera versi n del que ser a uno de los relatos para ni os m s c lebres del mundo entero La presente edici n rDurante un paseo en barca por el T mesis en compa a de las hermanas Liddell, Lewis Carroll improvisa un cuento que luego, a petici n de la peque a Alicia Liddell, caligraf a e ilustra en un peque o cuaderno As nacieron Las aventuras subterr neas de Alicia, la primera versi n del que ser a uno de los relatos para ni os m s c lebres del mundo entero La presente edici n reproduce el texto del manuscrito original y las deliciosas ilustraciones que lo acompa an rase una vez que Lewis Carroll, acompa ado de un amigo, se llev a las tres hermanas Liddell a dar un paseo en barca por el T mesis Durante este paseo, a requerimiento de Alicia, fue inventando las Aventuras Subterr neas de Alicia A medida que transcurr a el paseo surgieron en la historia im genes vertiginosas y asociaciones de personajes que, hipnotizados por una espontaneidad y profundidad maravillosa, sorprendieron al mismo Carroll.Luego, Alicia Liddell le insisti para que escribiera el cuento y pas la noche caligrafiando con su mejor letra en un peque o cuaderno que iba ilustrando a medida que escrib a En la Navidad siguiente este maravilloso manuscrito le fue regalado a Alicia con unas Felicidades para una ni a muy querida.A os despu s escribi recuerdo claramente c mo en un desesperado intento por lanzar alg n nuevo cabo en buena ciencia de cuento de hadas, hab a mandado a mi hero na madriguera abajo, para empezar, sin la menor idea de lo que iba a pasar despu s Y es que las Aventuras Subterr neas de Alicia, manuscrito que entonces no estaba destinado a la publicaci n, est m s cerca del pastor protestante, del ordenado profesor de matem ticas, fot grafo Victoriano, inventor de objetos in tiles, de rompecabezas y cajas de sorpresas, prestidigitador, mago y constructor de teatros de marionetas, que del futuro autor de las diferentes y c lebres Alicias.Para la presente edici n se ha consultado el manuscrito original depositado en la Biblioteca del British Museum de Londres y junto a otras l minas hemos reproducido todos los dibujos que hizo el propio Carroll, intentando reflejar la espontaneidad de aquella primera Alicia de un d a y una noche de verano, para alegr a y provecho de los lectores de esta artesana BIBLIOTECA DE CUENTOS MARAVILLOSOS.

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    1. This is the real Alice as photographed by Lewis Carroll back in the 1860s:I suspect Humbert Humbert would approveUnsubstantiated rumors aside, this is a wonderful replica of the original book that Carroll hand wrote and illustrated himself as a gift for the young Alice. You can see the original manuscript at the British Library which has been a highlight of all my trips to London. Hopefully they've cleaned up the drool I left on the glass case when I was last there ogling it.This book is only ab [...]

    2. Alice in wonderland is one of my favourite stories. I loved it as a child, and I still love it now. In fact, I think I appreciate it even more as an adult.This book is an anniversary edition of the original manuscript. It is a great deal simpler than the version everybody knows. It is missing some rather significant scenes, such as The mad hatters tea party, and meeting the Cheshire cat. That actually, is probably one of my favourite scenes.Every time I reread Alice in wonderland, I find it more [...]

    3. Exact reproduction of the book given to Alice by Lewis Carroll. What we have here is an early version of 'Alice in the Wonderland' with illustrations by the author. A very beautiful book by a unique genius. There is always the question of what Carroll's desires lie with respect to young Alice - but the truth is Carroll is a brilliant mind that wrote literature that is superb in every corner of the mind - the light and the dark. This book would make a great gift. To that special someone.

    4. This particular book is one of my favorite possessions. Alice in Wonderland was my favorite story growing up. This book has photos of the "real" Alice, the little girl for whom Carroll wrote his stories. It is also a reproduction of his original stories, in his handwriting, exactly the same as what he gave to Alice as a final gift. My mother purchased it for me before she passed away which makes it even more special. A beautiful copy of a beloved story.

    5. The original manuscript of Alice is pretty much Alice minus almost all the things I love about Alice. The Cheshire Cat doesn't figure in the letters. Neither do the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the Duchess or the Dormouse. Babies don't turn into pigs, the cook doesn't set everyone sneezing and one of my favorite lines "We're all mad here" doesn't exist in this universe. But it isn't all bad. The Mock Turtle might not talk about Drawling or Fainting in coils but he does sing "Soop of the e-evening [...]

    6. I wanted to read one of my many copies of Alice in Wonderland in recognition of the 150th Anniversary of the novel, and on the final day of 2015, I remembered that goal and sat down with the facsimile of the original manuscript for the book that became Alice. It's a lot of fun to see where the version which we are all so familiar with came from, and it's hard not to get a little thrill when you see the familiar words set down in the author's own hand. As a first draft, it of course does lack som [...]

    7. If you are a fan of amazing books, fantastic illustrations, and just happiness in general then please pick up a copy of Alice's Adventures Underground. Even if it's just to use as decoration, I can promise you it will be a fantastic investment. READ MY FULL REVIEW HERE: frumiousreadsbooks.wordpress.Subscribe to me on YouTube! youtube/c/Frumious

    8. This is just a shorten version of "Alice in Wonderland". It was the version he gave to little Alice, homemade and home illustrated, as a gift. He made a few copies and later expanded his work. Anyway, it was the first version I ever read of the story and I was pleasantly surprised on how much I enjoyed it. I am not against children's literature and have liked quit a bit of it as an adult (especially E. Nesbit's "5 Children and It") and this one really ranks high. I am sure most people are famili [...]

    9. Aunque no es nada como la versión final y la más conocida es interesante conocer cómo surgió Alicia en el país de las maravillas. También valen la pena las ilustraciones originales que hiciera Lewis Caroll. Creo que este libro es sólo para fanáticos del original.

    10. Este é o manuscrito original que, mais tarde, deu origem à história que conhecemos como "Alice no País das Maravilhas." É um livro interessante para quem é fã da Alice, mas para aqueles que nunca leram o livro, não sei se recomendaria Alice's Adventures Underground.Basicamente esta é a mesma história, mas numa versão mais curta, sem várias das personagens que mais tarde figuram no texto publicado, tais como o Chapeleiro Louco, a Lebre de Março, o Gato de Cheshire, etc. A edição qu [...]

    11. Livro em inglês conseguido aqui e lido em formato Kindle com imagens.O início de As aventuras de Alice no país das maravilhas é uma história contada de improviso, por Charles Lutwidge Dodgson / Lewis Carroll, de forma a entreter três irmãs num passeio de barco pelo rio Tamisa.Esta história improvisada deu origem, 2 anos mais tarde, ao manuscrito Alice's Adventures Under Ground, cuja finalidade era presentear uma das 3 irmãs, Alice Pleasance Liddell.Faltam aqui algumas personagens import [...]

    12. This was the original manuscript that Carroll (aka Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) gave to the real Alice. There were lots of rumors that Carroll was infatuated with young Alice. He would vacation with her family and tell Alice and her sisters stories. Alice asked Carroll to write this one down for her. He went to further embellish and later publish the version we are all familiar with Alice in Wonderland. This early version is missing the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the Dormouse and [...]

    13. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is one of my favorite books of all time. This is a reproduction of the original manuscript that Lewis Carroll first wrote, in his own handwriting and with his own illustrations. It is an early form of the story that does not yet have some of the most popular scenes such as the Mad Hatter's tea party and the Chesire Cat scene. I really enjoyed reading this early edition and getting to see how the story has changed over time. It's a great addition to anyone's Alice [...]

    14. A great book which shows imagination and compassion. Written in Carroll's own hand with his own illustrations. The complex human condition with its joys of youth to the troubles of old age is examined through simple yet profound language and ideas. The story was a pleasure to read and experience and makes me want to read more of Carroll and other authors like him.

    15. Facsimile version of the children's classic, including Lewis Carroll's own illustrations. Fascinating to see it in this version. A lovely gift.

    16. Alice is really annoying!!! But it was kind of funny, hence three stars. Interesting to see the seeds of Alice in Wonderland

    17. Good book Good book. Precursor to Adventures in Wonderland. This needs twenty words, so this is just filler. Five more words to go.

    18. Am 4. July 1862 unternahmen Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) und sein Freund Robinson Duckworth mit den drei Töchtern von Henry Liddell (dem Vizekanzler der Universität von Oxford) eine Paddaltour auf dem Flüsschen Isis. Die drei Mädchen an Bord waren Lorina Charlotte Liddell ("Prima" im einleitenden Gedicht), Alice Pleasance Liddell ("Secunda" im einleitenden Gedicht) und Edith Mary Liddell ("Tertia" im einleitenden Gedicht). Auf dieser Bootstour erzählte Lewis Carroll die Geschich [...]

    19. The original Alice6 June 2013 This is what is typically known as an ur-text, namely a rough draft that has been extensively rewritten to produce the final work (though when I think of an ur-text, I usually think of the ancient world). Needless to say it is nowhere near as good as the original text, though for some reason people wanted Lewis Carol (or whatever his name is, and I can't be bothered looking it up at the moment) to publish the original story that he told Alice Liddel that day they we [...]

    20. I've always liked Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson). He was a good scholar at Oxford and did a lot of work in the foundations of mathematical disciplines very important to computing, my own field. Plus he was a skilled photographer and of course, one of the earliest well known fantasy authors.This little book has a long introduction, a potted biography of Dodgson, particularly around the initial conception and creation of the book that made his name, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and i [...]

    21. Would I recommend this book to everyone? No. I would only recommend this to anyone with a deep interest in the differences between a manuscript and a published book, and with an intense love for Alice and her Wonderland. "Alice's Adventures Under Ground" isn't a good book - but it is an interesting one.Basically this is a facsimile, a reproduction of the original story that would eventually evolve into "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". It is the short, handwritten version that Lewis Carroll ga [...]

    22. Before it was published for all the world to read as “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, the original adventure story had been written up and given to Alice Liddell as “Alice’s Adventures under Ground”. Lewis Carroll (a.k.a Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) had promised to write it for her after telling the story on the “golden afternoon” on July 4th, 1862 and which Dodgson wrote down and gave to Alice on September 13th, 1864. The original story was shorter than “Alice’s Adv [...]

    23. According to the Oxford dictionary, the definition of fantasy is the product of imagining the impossible or improbable things.The two books involving Alice, and the fantasy is clearly used because Alice creates a fantasy in your dreams. During the stories you can see the relationship between fantasy and the real world in the characters as examples the Queen of Hearts in the real world would be a boring teacher or a annoying boss, the rabbit would be an adult who only thinks about the job and the [...]

    24. Roaylties på bøger ophæves efter 70 år. Det betyder, at alle de kendte klassiskere findes gratis på Kindle Store. Efter at have brugt det meste af en eftermiddag på at klassikere, satte jeg mig forventningsfuld tilrette med "Adventures of Tom Sawyer". Efter 15 minutter var jeg en erfaring rigere: Jeg er ganske habil til engelsk anno 2011 - men ikke anno 1876. Så jeg bladrede videre i min klassiske kollektion og kastede mig over en endnu ældre bog: Alice's adventure in Wonderland, af Lew [...]

    25. One sentence impression: An innocent (and at times, trying) misadventure into wonderment, whereupon the simple-minded Alice meets (and subsequently annoys) a motley population of rodents, birds, insects and playing cards.Top Hit: the didatic interchange between Alice and the cantankerous caterpillar. I, as the reader, gained much enjoyment imagining Alice's blood boiling from the caterpillar's air of detachment and general distaste."Come back!" the caterpillar called after her, "I've something i [...]

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