Alicia in Terra Mirabili

(Redirectum de Alicia in terra mirabili)

Alicia in terra mirabili (titulo originali Anglico Alice's Adventures in Wonderland) est liber a Ludovico Carroll anno 1865 scriptus et a Clive Harcourt Carruthers anno 1964 Latine redditus. Liber est mythistoria de Alicia, puella quae in cavum cuniculi cadit et terram mirabilem invenit.

Operculum panni rubri, postulantibus Carroll, ex editione 1865[1]

Una e notissimis operibus Victoriae Anglicae fictio, eius narratio, structura, indoles et imaginatio magnam vim habuerunt in popularibus culturae et litterarum, praesertim in genere phantasiae.[2][3][4] Liber saltem 97 in linguas translatus est.[5]

Carroll anno 1871 sequelam edidit inscriptam Through the Looking Glass (Aliciae per speculum transitus) et versio abbreviata pro parvulis anno 1890 inscriptam The Nursery "Alice".

PersonaeRecensere

 
Feles Cestriana
 
Petasivenditor vesanus theam et panem portat.
  • Alicia
  • Cuniculus Albus
  • Gaius
  • Eruca
  • Pedisequus
  • Ducissa
  • Feles Cestriana
  • Lepus Martius
  • Petasivenditor
  • Glis
  • Rex Cordium
  • Regina Cordium

EditionesRecensere

  • Ludovici Carroll, Alicia in terra mirabili, Liber notissimus Latine redditus ab eius fautore vetere gratoque Clive Harcourt Carruthers, London, Macmillan, 1964

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  1. "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland". University of Maryland 
  2. Schwab, Gabriele (1996) "Chapter 2: Nonsense and Metacommunication: Alice in Wonderland" in The mirror and the killer-queen: otherness in literary language Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana. Formula:ISBN. pp. 49–102.
  3. Berman, Judy (15 October 2020). "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll" 
  4. "The 100 best novels: No 18 – Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1865)" 
  5. Bandersnatch: The Newsletter of The Lewis Carroll Society, Issue 149 (January 2011). p. 11.