Alice
in Wonderland
Limited edition
 
"The Book with
pictures and
conversations"
"Alice" illustrated by Oleg Lipchenko
 
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Several links to Lewis Carroll dedicated websites.
The list of the links is not complete yet. I will try to mention all of the important references to Lewis Carroll
on the web.

If you have any questions, please email me

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  Welcome to the Lewis Carroll Society Website   The Lewis Carroll Society (United Kingdom) - http://lewiscarrollsociety.org.uk
The Lewis Carroll Society was formed in 1969 in order to promote interest in the life and works of Lewis Carroll and as a way of bringing together Carroll scholars and enthusiasts. Although nominally based in London, England, the Society has a world-wide membership. This website is maintained by the LCS. It contains many details about the Society and its activities, as well as some information about Lewis Carroll.
       
 
       
  The Lewis Carroll Society of North America (LCSNA) website   The Lewis Carroll Society of North America - http://lewiscarroll.org
The Lewis Carroll Society of North America (LCSNA) website. The LCSNA is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering Carroll studies, increasing accessibility of research material, and maintaining public awareness of Carroll's contributions to society and culture.
       
 
       
 
The Lewis Carroll Society of Canada
  The Lewis Carroll Society of Canada (website is currently under construction)
Founded: 1996 Membership: Approx. 59 (37 in Canada, 22 overseas). New members welcome from anywhere in the world. To join, write to the Secretary. Costs: (annual) $15 Canadian for members in Canada $13 U.S. for member in the U.S.A $15 U.S. for all other members. Payment by Cheque or Money Order - if in doubt, contact the Secretary first. Meetings: Twice a year. Usually consist of three presentations and a social time after. Often including "fun" stuff such as tarot reading, visit to theatre and regular opportunities to see items from the Osbourne Collection of Children's Literature. Journals: Newsletter and occasional high-quality booklets on a Carroll related topic. Contact: Dayna McCausland (Secretary) Box 321 Erin Ontario N0B 1T0  
       
 
       
  Welcome to the Lewis Carroll home page, hosted by the Lewis Carroll Society of North America.   The Lewis Carroll Homepage - http://lewiscarroll.org/carroll.html
This is the best place for links to other sites.The site has been around for many years and has built up a huge number of links, but there are no attempts to rate the accuracy or usefulness of the sites - so visitors need to be aware that not every site is worth the same attention.
       
 
       
  The Lewis Carroll Society of Japan   The Lewis Carroll Sociery of Japan - http://www2.gol.com/users/kinosita/lcsj/index_e.html
The Lewis Carroll Sociery of Japan was founded in 1994. The society aims to be a centre of the study of Lewis Carroll and his works, and to be a hub among people who love Lewis Carroll's works.
       
 
       
  The Lewis Carroll Sociery of New Zealand   The Lewis Carroll Sociery of New Zealand - http://www.lcsnz.orgThe intention of this society is to encourage a scholarly interest in Lewis Carroll, and to introduce the new Carroll scholarship which is devoted to bringing the real Lewis Carroll to the world. It is also the intent of the Society to provide a collection point for the various Carroll initiative which are taking place in New Zealand, and to record Carroll- related events in other parts of the world. If you are interested in Carroll, join the Society.  
       
 
       
 
Lewis Carroll pages at the Victorian web
  Lewis Carroll pages at the Victorian web - http://www.victorianweb.org/authors/carroll/carrollov.html 
       
 
       
 
Welcome to the Lewis Carroll discussion list at Yahoo
  Yahoo Discussion Group - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/carrolliana/
The busiest Carroll related discussion group on the web is the Lewis Carroll Group at Yahoo. There is a mixture of contributors with some real experts amongst them. As with any discussion group there are a few whose responses need to be taken with a pinch of salt and some have their own biases, but generally, it is a good place to visit if you want an answer to a Carroll related question.
       
 
       
 
Project Gutenberg, the first producer of free electronic books (ebooks)
  Project Gutenberg, the first producer of free electronic books (ebooks) - http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/authors/c#a7 
The place where you can find Carroll's texts online in different formats
       
 
       
 
Lewis Carroll's photographs at Princeton University
  Lewis Carroll's photographs at Princeton University - http://libweb2.princeton.edu/rbsc2/portfolio/lc-all-list.html
Princeton University Library Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Images available from the Department for reproduction. Lewis Carroll. Portfolio.
       
 
       
 
Lewis Carroll Myth
  Lewis Carroll Myth - http://carrollmyth.com/
Lewis Carroll Myth - alternative analysis of Lewis Carroll. This includes discussion of the Lewis Carroll Myth. Read it and see if it is a hit or a myth (or a bit of each). 
       
 
       
 
Lewis Carroll Site
  Lewis Carroll Site - lewiscarroll-site.com
A site for people interested in accurate information about Lewis Carroll
       
 
       
 
The Alice in Wonderland Collectors Network
  The Alice in Wonderland Collectors Network - http://collectalice.home.comcast.net
The resource and communication vehicle for those who collect Alice stuff. The technical term "stuff" is used here because it is all encompassing and when talking about Alice collectors "all encompassing" tends not to include nearly enough. 
       
 
       
 
Old Sheep Shop
  Old Sheep Shop - http://www.sheepshop.com
Hello to all Alice fans across the world!
We are the the world-famous - the original Old Sheep Shop from Lewis Carroll's Through The Looking-Glass.
       
 
       
 
Underground Residents
  Underground Residents (Japan) - http://www.kt.rim.or.jp/~snark
       
 
       
 
Studio Treasure
  Studio Treasure - http://www.studiotreasure.com
The web project of artist Oleg Lipchenko.
       
 
       
 
Alice In Wonderland
  Alice In Wonderland - http://www.alice-in-wonderland.fsnet.co.uk
This website is dedicated to the whimsical creations of LEWIS CARROLL, emanating from the 'ALICE' books and appearing in film, video and theatrical productions, and on sound recordings, radio and television. There are also sections dealing with artwork, book covers, illustrations and even advertising material. We offer perhaps the only complete listing and review anywhere of every known film based on the Alice stories.
       
 
       
  Oxford Storypods Audiobooks   Oxford Storypods Audiobooks - http://www.oxfordstorypods.com
The unabridged text of Lewis Carrolls timeless classic Alices Adventures in Wonderland is narrated skilfully and entertainingly by a cast of Oxfordshire actors. With piano interludes and the Mock Turtles songs set to original music, this audiobook is set to appeal to children of all ages.
And >>> A selection of Nonsense Poems and Prose - including Jabberwocky - is an additional treat for all Lewis Carroll fans.
Many hours of listening on just 1 disk It can be played on MP3 compatible CD players or computers with Microsoft's Windows Media Player or Apples iTunes installed With no Digital Rights Management restrictions, it is easy to download to an iPod or other MP3 player
       
 
 
       
  Lenny Woolf's Website   Jenny Woolf's Website - http://www.jabberwock.co.uk/links.html
It covers Jenny Woolf's work as a writer and also her projects on Lewis Carroll, author of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass.
       
 
       
  Fitfully illustrating Lewis Carroll & other graphic agonies by Mahendra Singh   the hunting of the snark - http://justtheplaceforasnark.blogspot.com/
Fitfully illustrating Lewis Carroll & other graphic agonies by Mahendra Singh, an illustrator busily fitting Lewis Carroll into a protosurrealist straitjacket with matching dada cufflinks.
       
       
       
       
       
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