Last year, to mark the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale, Alice in Wonderland, Princeton University Press released a version replete with rare illustrations by eminent 20th Century Surrealist artist Salvador Dalí. A new edition is soon to be released.
At a time when fans of Carroll’s story have had their perceptions of the tale dynamically altered by Tim Burton’s movie adaptation with Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska (and James Bobin’s Through the Looking Glass), it seems most suitable that there exists a publicly accessible version with Dalí’s vibrant 1969 work to adorn pages of the text […]
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