Through the Looking-Glass
Author: Lewis Carroll (1832-1898)
"Through the Looking-Glass" is a whimsical and fantastical novel written by Lewis Carroll, first published in 1871. The book is a sequel to Carroll's famous work "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland."
In this imaginative tale, Alice steps through a looking glass (a mirror) into a fantastical world on the other side. Once there, she finds herself in a place where everything seems reversed and nonsensical. As she navigates through this bizarre land, she encounters a series of peculiar characters, including Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Humpty Dumpty, the White Queen, and the Red Queen.
Throughout her journey, Alice faces various challenges, and puzzles, and encounters surreal situations that defy logic and reason. The story is characterized by playful wordplay, absurd situations, and clever riddles that engage the reader's imagination and sense of wonder.
"Through the Looking-Glass" is not only a delightful children's story but also a rich and complex work that has been interpreted in various ways. Some see it as a reflection of Victorian society, while others view it as an exploration of the nature of identity and reality.
Lewis Carroll's imaginative storytelling, combined with his ability to create a dreamlike and illogical world, has made "Through the Looking-Glass" a timeless classic. The novel's enduring appeal lies in its ability to captivate readers of all ages with its nonsensical charm and profound underlying themes.
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