Probably the most children that are lastingly delightful books in English are „Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and „Through the Looking-Glass”. Listed below are what Albert Baugh come up with them in „A Literary History of England”:
„Written by an Oxford that is eccentric don amuse his little girlfriends, those two world-famous books would be the best of all memorials associated with Victorian love of nonsense. In them are aspects of satire and parody which connect them with an extended tradition, nevertheless they shot through with a good distorted logic (for his or her author was a specialist mathematician and logician) which is inimitable and unique.”
A story could be told either by among the characters, or by an narrator that is external. To define by whom the narration is manufactured is to define the point of view that the author has chosen for his story.
In „Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” the narrator does not introduce himself as a character. Czytaj więcej about Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. …