Alice's Adventirs in Wunnerlaun

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Alice's Adventirs in Wunnerlaun
Alice's Adventirs in Wonderlaand
Alice's Carrànts in Wunnerlan
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Title page o oreeginal Inglis edition (1865)
AuthorLewis Carroll
IllustratorJohn Tenniel
KintraUnitit Kinrick
LeidInglis (original)
Glesca Scots (owerset frae Inglis)
Shetlandic Scots (owerset frae Inglis)
Ulster Scots (owerset frae Inglis)
Border Scots (owerset frae Inglis)
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Follaed biThrou the Keeking-glass (Through the Looking-glass)

Alice's Adventirs in Wunnerlaun (Glesca Scots)[1][a] is an 1865 novel written bi Inglis author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson unner the pen-name Lewis Carroll.[4] It tells o a girl named Alice who faws doun a rabbit hole intae a fantasy warld populatit bi peculiar, anthropomorphic creaturs. The beuk plays wi logic, givin the story lastin popularity wi adults as well as wi bairns.[5] It is considered tae be ane o the best examples o the leeterary nonsense genre.[5][6] Its narrative coorse an structur, characters an imagery hae been enormously influential[6] in baith popular cultur an leeteratur, especially in the fantasy genre.

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  1. Fae the Inglis oríginal Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Owerset tae:
  4. BBC's Greatest English Books list
  5. a b Lecercle, Jean-Jacques (1994) Philosophy of nonsense: the intuitions of Victorian nonsense literature Routledge, New York, page 1 and following, ISBN 978-0-415-07652-4
  6. a b Schwab, Gabriele (1996) "Chapter 2: Nonsense and Metacommunication: Alice in Wonderland" The mirror and the killer-queen: otherness in literary language Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, pp. 49–102, ISBN 978-0-253-33037-6