Ludovici Carroll Fabella Lepida in Qua Aliud Aliciae Somnium Narravit : Aliciae Per Speculum Transitus (Quaeque Ibi Invenit) Latine Reddita Clive Harcourt Carruthers
London : Macmillan Preloque, 1967. Latin edition. Hardcover. 135 pages ; illustrated ; 22 cm. Price clipped dust jacket. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is firm.
Aliciae Per Speculum Transitus
Latine reddidit Clive Harcourt Carruthers
Librum picturis ornavit Sir John Tenniel
Hodiene in speculum inspexisti? Potesne dicere utra in imagine repercussa dextra manus tua sit?
Hoc et similia alia Ludovicum Carroll delectabant. In hoc libro personas et casus moresque earum depingit ut retrorsum et contrario modo agentes. (Eodem tamen tempora complures personarum lusum latrunculorum satis rectum ludunt). Hie inter omnia confusa et improvisa ALICIA se etiam praebet venustam et innocentem et imperturbatam.
Have you looked into a looking-glass today? Can you tell which is your right hand in the reflected image?
This and other similar problems amused Lewis Carroll. In this book he depicts the characters and their situations and practices as acting backwards and contrariwise. (Yet at the same time several of the characters are engaged in a reasonably normal game of chess). Amid the general confusion and unexpected happenings ALICE still shows herself charming, innocent and undismayed.
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