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).
This site by the Lewis Carroll Society of the United Kingdom provides information about Lewis Carroll (aka Charles Dodgson), his works, and his diaries. Activities and research help links are also provided.
Compare childhood as portrayed in Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland" with William Blake's "Songs of Innocence and Experience" in this comprehensive lesson from National Endowment for the Humanities EDSITEment! lessons. NOTE: This site contains sponsorship ads.
Teach students about absurdity and nonsense in art and literature by comparing Lewis Carroll's books with the artwork of the Surrealist painters of the 1920s and 1930s. NOTE: This site includes banner and sidebar ads.
This interactive site includes games and puzzles related to Lewis Carroll's two Alice books. NOTE: This site links to ad pages. Also, though most of the links on the site are still active, there are a couple of dead links.
Listen to a public domain audiorecording of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" from LibriVox. Other readers may be accessed by entering the book title in the "Search Box" and clicking on "Go." NOTE: This site links to religious content.
Listen to a public domain audiorecording of "Through the Looking-Glass" from LibriVox. Other readers may be accessed by entering the book title in the "Search Box" and clicking on "Go." NOTE: This site links to religious content.
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).