Through the Looking-glass: 1000 Headwords
'I wish I could get through into looking-glass house,' Alice said. 'Let's pretend that the glass has gone soft and ...Why, I do believe it has! It's turning into a kind of cloud!' A moment later Alice is inside the looking-glass world. There she finds herself part of a great game of chess, travelling through forests and jumping across brooks. The chess pieces talk and argue with her, give orders and repeat poems ...It is the strangest dream that anyone ever had ...
- Paperback | 80 pages
- 128 x 190 x 8mm | 58.97g
- 28 Aug 2000
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- Abridged edition
- black and white illustrations
About Lewis Carroll
Lewis Carroll (1832-98), whose real name was Charles Dodgson, taught mathematics at Oxford University and wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland for a real little girl called Alice Liddell. Later he wrote Through the Looking-Glass, and the two Alice stories are among the most famous books ever written for children.