Alice`s adventures in wonderland. text comentary

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Alice´s Adventures in Wonderland

1. Location text
This text belongs to the book "Alice´s Adventures in Wonderland". This book was written in 1864 in XIX by Lewis Carroll (British).
This book is situated in Queen Victoria era.

2. Author
Lewis Carroll him real name was Charles Lutwidge Dogson and he was born in England in 1832.
He was an excellent photographer, took pictures of littlegirls and he had to stop because there was a gossip about he. But the illustrations in Alice were is.
The book was written for Alice (for Christmas), daughter of her friend the deacon Liddell her name was Alice. So is a real tale.
The language was easy for to be understand for children because he was stammer.
Originally the book appeared under the title Alice´s Adventures under Ground. And thestory has a second book, less known, call “Though the looking-glass and what Alice found there” writer in 1871.
Was several film adaptations combine elements of both book.
Lewis was excellent mathematics becoming to be a teacher of science. And was author of a number on mathematics. In Alice introduces logic games.
And was too religious man but never became a priest.
Lewis Carroll died in 1898due to bronchitis.

3. Author era
The book belongs Queen Victoria era, XIX Century.
In England was the Industrial Revolution so the main topic was contamination, factories, smoke.
So some people English written about these problems and another written looking inside other countries like UUEE and looked the beautiful of this life.
Oliver twist will be example of the first people, saw in theproblems of our country and Alice will be a example of people that look for another beautiful places.
In Victoria epoc succeed two important moments for children’s literature. The first was in 1840 when started to be obligatory taking children to school. But no all children go to school.
In 1870, the second important moment, all children going to the school so increased demand for book. Andappeared professionals writers for children text books. So this moment was the expansion book moment. For example the newspaper gives a part of book if you bought it. And the book was the protagonist of this moment.
For another way in Industrial Revolution the woman was in home while the man was working. So the book was thinking of this way. There were books for man and book for woman. The samesuccess with children’s books. There were books for girls and books for boys. For boys the books was about adventures like “Robison Crusoe”, “Indiana Jones”, or “Oliver Twist”. And for girls book like “Alice in Wonderland” was there was domestic object, and appeared the woman family (like sister).

4. Comment text
In the own title there are references, “Alice”, is a girl name. In IndustrialRevolution, 1713, started to make book for girls and book for boys like books for woman and book for man. So Alice indicates that this book is for girls. This was common in era Queen Victoria.
“Wonderland” made reference to a new place that British people want to imagine because in Britain there was an Industrial Revolution with contamination, smoke…in 1713. Some prefer to write about the problems of themoments, and close to catastrophe while Lewis Carroll imagines other country better, with the fantasy and magic is possible.
In the first paragraph mentioned other time “Alice” how a real girl, was the first time that the book was dedicated a real person; Alice was a daughter of her friend. Alike is like Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, that was a real child to.
“Sister”, this word remembersthe woman and family characters in book for girl, is a feature of stories for girls.
“Book”, this word is situated between 1840-1870 when succeed the first moment that was obligatory for children go to school. In 1840 some children continued in the street and didn´t go to school, but in 1870 all children went to the school. So if for children there was a book, more children more book. The...