@Galleycat: Before Tim Burton: Brief History of Alice in Wonderland Book Reviews

From MediaBistro’s Galleycat
As director Tim Burton brings Alice in Wonderland to the big screen this weekend, GalleyCat Reviews collected some classic criticism of the novel from some great writers.

In 1964 cultural critic Marshall McLuhan raved about the book: “Pervading this uniform Euclidean world of familiar space-and-time, Carroll drove a fantasia of discontinuous space-and-time that anticipated Kafka, Joyce, and Eliot. Carroll, the mathematical contemporary of Clerk Maxwell, was quite avant-garde enough to know… Read more…

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One response to “@Galleycat: Before Tim Burton: Brief History of Alice in Wonderland Book Reviews

  1. http://www.lettersofnote.com/2010/03/charming-apology-from-lewis-carroll.html

    Seems that Alice in Wonderland is in the ether. Here’s a link to a lovely (though also mildly alarming) pair of letters from the Revd Charles Dodgson.

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