Alice in Wonderland at 150: Why fantasy stories about girls transcend time

Alice in Wonderland at 150: Why fantasy stories about girls transcend time

It’s 150 years since an Oxford mathematics don published the most important work of children’s literature and one of the most influential books of all time.\n\nThe origins of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland in a story that Charles Dodgson told 10-year-old Alice Liddell and her two sisters while rowing along the Thames in 1862 are well known. What is less understood is why it has become such an enduring cultural touchstone across the globe.

Michelle Smith
The Conversation

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