Sylvie and Bruno

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Courier Dover Publications, 1988 - Literary Collections - 400 pages
6 Reviews
Carroll's last major work: bizarre adventures of 2 young children, combining Carrollian nonsense, linguistic play and philosophical reflection. 46 illustrations by Harry Furniss.
  

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User Review  - Lindsay - Goodreads

Didn't really enjoy this, and was grateful that it's a quick read. The characters were all too bland and washed out to carry any sort of plot, of which there was little. Read full review

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User Review  - Scot Quaranda - Goodreads

A most excellent children's story that you can find for free online on Gutenberg. One of the lesser known stories by Carroll, but so wonderful. He wrote this to try and change the formula for kids ... Read full review

Contents

LESS BREAD MORE TAXES
1
LAMIE INONNUE
16
BIRTHDAYPRESENTS
29
A CUNNING CONSPIRACY
43
A BEGGARS PALACE
56
THE MAGIC LOCKET
73
THE BARONS EMBASSY
87
A RIDE ON A LION
100
FAIRYSYLVIE
187
BRUNOs REVENGE
207
A CHANGED CROCODILE
222
THE THREE BADGERS
234
QUEER STREET NUMBER FORTY
255
HOW TO MAKE A PHLIZZ
271
LIGHT COME LIGHT GO
287
THROUGH THE IVORY DOOR
304

A JESTER AND A BEAR
113
THE OTHER PROFESSOR
129
PETER AND PAUL
143
A MUSICAL GARDENER
156
A VISIT TO DOGLAND
171
CROSSING THE LINE
325
AN OUTLANDISH WATCH
345
THE FROGS BIRTHDAYTREAT
361
LOOKING EASTWARD
383
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Lewis Carroll (183298) was the pseudonym of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, a Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel, Through the Looking Glass, are rich repositories of his sparkling gifts for wordplay, logic, and fantasy.

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