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Excellent Article in WSJ on David Del Tredici’s ‘Child Alice’

As the article says:  “David Del Tredici’s ambitious ‘Child Alice’ reveals a complicated vision.” More importantly, the performance was recorded, to be released in 2017. What I like about this article is its stance on the establishment’s take on difference – even when that establishment is nontraditional.  The atonal powers-that-be dismissed this out of hand,… [read full post]

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Annotated Sylvie & Bruno Volume 3

Lewis Carroll’s Sylvie and Bruno and Sylvie and Bruno Concluded “removed from its distracting asides, to be presented initially for specialist scholars, as a simpler and annotated didactic new edition” with notes by Ray Dyer, PhD, was published as two volumes in one, as we announced here (it will be reviewed in the spring issue of the Knight… [read full post]

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Down Under (Ground)

A Kickstarter-funded group in the Antipathies (aka Australia aka Down Under aka Oz) has come up with a fine facsimile edition of the Under Ground ms., complete with a pair of white cotton gloves. For just AU$500 (US$375) you can get a hand-bound leather boxed edition; for AU$60 (US$45) a machine-bound bonded leather one. Check it out… [read full post]

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Mary Kline-Misol: The Alice Cycle – Selected Works Now Available as Giclée Prints

Mary Kline-Misol, the fabulous Alice artist who hosted the 2006 meeting is now offering selected images from her Alice Cycle as fine art giclée reproductions.  Images from the series include: 1.Acrostic 2.Apotheosis of Alice 3.Curiouser and Curiouser 4.Brothers Tweedle 5.Hatter 6.Fetish for Cheshire Cat Print size is 20X18 on archival paper. Priced at $180.00 per image… [read full post]

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Elementary, My Dear Dodgson

Holmes and Dodgson/Carroll? It is not terribly surprising that these two 19th-century literary icons with ontological dilemmas* sometimes appear together as dual protagonists in fiction and drama. From novels like In Pursuit of Lewis Carroll (1994), Sherlock Holmes and the Alice in Wonderland Murders (2000), and Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Deadly Illusion (2013), short stories like “The… [read full post]

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