These sites are about Lewis Carroll’s poem “Jabberwocky.” Includes the text and an audiorecording of the poem, a glossary and analysis, a list of common “portmanteau” words, a portmanteau word generator, two lesson plans, and a link to the eThemes Resource: Author Study: Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson).
See Lewis Carroll's definitions for the terms in "The Jabberwocky" as they were rendered in "The Annotated Alice" with this downloadable and printable PDF file. The poem appears on the first page and the glossary on the second.
Create your own portmanteau words using the WerdMerge Portmanteau Generator. Type any word into the box and then click "Merge" to create two separate word lists of possible portmanteaus: one with the typed word at the beginning of the new portmanteau word, and one with the typed word at the end.
Compare the Sonnets of Shakespeare with Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky" poem in this National Endowment for the Humanities EDSITEment! lesson. NOTE: This resource is primarily used to teach about sonnet structure and meaning, but it accomplishes this by contrasting "Jabberwocky" and Shakespeare.
These sites are about the author Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson) and his books "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass." Includes information about the author, his works, an interactive site that includes games and puzzles, downloadable eBooks, audiorecordings, and two lesson plans. Also includes a link to the eThemes Resource: Literature: "Jabberwocky" by Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson).