Through the Looking-glass: And what Alice Found There

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 72 pages
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User Review  - mameko - LibraryThing

This story is another story of Alice. This time Alice go througt a mirror and adventure in the mirror land. In the mirror land, she met many kinds of characters-chessman,speaking flowers, Tweedledum ... Read full review

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User Review  - kirinsan - LibraryThing

When Alice was thinking about the world in looking-grass,she passed through it and went there.She met various strange characters.And she experienced many strange things. I read this story when I was a ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Lewis Carroll (1832-98), whose real name was Charles Dodgson, taught mathematics at Oxford University and wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland for a real little girl called Alice Liddell. Later he wrote Through the Looking-Glass, and the two Alice stories are among the most famous books ever written for children.

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