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Whether exploring the history of personal viewing in the business of museum-going, musing on the process of rewriting one's earliest published work, or looking back on the twists and turns of a life that spans the greater part of the twentieth century and into the twenty-first, Delbanco's "Curiouser and Curiouser" invites adventurous readers to follow him down the rabbit hole as he reflects on life as a student, an observer, a writer, a lover, a father, a teacher, and most importantly, a participant in the everyday experiences of human life.
Alice in Transmedia Wonderland: Curiouser and Curiouser New Forms of a Children's Classic
Work and Pensions chairman Frank Field said the deal had an "Alice in Wonderland" quality, adding: "It gets curiouser and curiouser".
(He analyzes traces of material at crime scenes for testimony, if useful, at court hearings.) When Lord Peter Wimsey tells him what he is to analyze and what case it is related to, Sir James says, "Curiouser and curiouser.
Perfectly capturing the "Curiouser and curiouser" sentiment of the original, Alice in Wonderland Down the Rabbit Hole is a joy to read aloud and share, and will hopefully encourage young readers to experience Carroll's timeless novel firsthand.
India, March 13 -- The geopolitics of the Persian Gulf is becoming curiouser and curiouser.
Both books have many original illustrations, however, instead of just describing a strange land that becomes “curiouser and curiouser,” Hunt & Bunny's Wonderland is an enlightened world that reveals the heartwarming logic of love at every turn.
IT'S like stepping through Alice's looking glass - things just get curiouser and curiouser inside the wonderland that is the Lost & Found.
"Curiouser and curiouser," say not just the latter-day Alices, for it is indeed only in a Wonderland where you can be seen to have diminished responsibility when you have freely chosen to consume alcohol.
"With apologies to Lewis Carroll -''curiouser & curiouser''," replied Stewart.
It gets curiouser and curiouser as scientists establish that Earth Two - as it becomes known - contains a population that is the double of what's down here.