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Exploring the Influence of Lewis Carroll’s Trip to Russia on His Photography

One of our mimsy minions has alerted us that a recent issue of Art History journal includes an article entitled “Shopping in St Petersburg: Lewis Carroll’s Photographs and Icons”  Here’s a brief excerpt, courtesy of our minion: “While critics have paid scant attention to Carroll’s Russian visit, maintaining it had little impact upon him since he… [read full post]

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New Editions of Alice in Russian Illustrated by Gennady Kalinovskii

Gennady Kalinovskii

The superbly rendered, playful black and white illustrations of Gennady Kalinovskii have up to now only been available in editions by Detskaya Literatura published in Moscow: Wonderland in 1977, retold and introduced by Boris Zakhoder, and Looking-Glass in 1980, retold and introduced by Vladimir Orel. The publisher Studio “4+4” from Moscow has recently reprinted them… [read full post]

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