Alice in Sunderland

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Dark Horse Books, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 319 pages
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Sunderland! Thirteen hundred years ago it was the greatest center of learning in the whole of Christendom and the very cradle of English consciousness. In the time of Lewis Carroll it was the greatest shipbuilding port in the world. To this city that gave the world the electric light bulb, the stars and stripes, the millennium, the Liberty Ships and the greatest British dragon legend came Carroll in the years preceding his most famous book, Alice in Wonderland, and here are buried the roots of his surreal masterpiece. Enter the famous Edwardian palace of varieties, The Sunderland Empire, for a unique experience: an entertaining and epic meditation on myth, history and storytelling and decide for yourself -- does Sunderland really exist?

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The artwork is truly striking. - Goodreads
Prose-wise, more of a meander. - Goodreads
A great read with some some fantastic illustrations. - Goodreads
On the other hand, the artwork is Talbot at his best. - Goodreads
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User Review  - Michael Norwitz - Goodreads

Bryan Talbot is a good writer and one of the best cartoonists in the business, but I found this book very difficult to assess. It's billed as "An Entertainment." What it actually is, is a history text ... Read full review

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