Alice In Wonderland
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Lewis Carroll, author of "Alice in Wonderland", was born on January 27, 1832 in Daresbury, United Kingdom. Although people know him as Lewis Carroll, his real name was Charles L. Dodgson. He was born into a family with 11 children. He attended Christ Church (Oxford), Rugby School, and Yorkshire. His most famous stories include "Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass". On January 14, 1898, Lewis Carroll died at the age of 65.
The Original Alice in Wonderland
On July 4th, 1862, Alice In Wonderland was born. Lewis and the Liddell sisters set out from Folly Bridge in a rowing boat. Along the way, the sisters asked for a story, and Lewis told them about a girl named Alice who fell down a rabbit hole. Alice Liddell, one of the sisters, loved it so much that she asked Lewis to write it down. His story fell into hands of novelist Henry Kingsley, and pushed him to publish his story. His story became the most famous book in the United Kingdom, and as a result Carroll wrote a sequel "Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There".
Different variations of Alice in Wonderland
Ever since Alice in Wonderland was written, there have been many different variations of it. Out of all of the different adaptations, we chose to inform you about 5 of them. Alice in Wonderland, a french movie, was written in 1949. It was largely unseen by U.S. citizens due to a dispute with Disney. Another version, made in 1951, is the most famous animated version, and was the first colored animated version of it's kind. In 1987, a Care Bears version of Alice in Wonderland was made. It was named The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland, and was released in 1987.Not only were there movies, there were video games too! A video game was also released about "Alice in Wonderland" in 2000. It was a horror video game, and was named "American McGee's Alice". Lastly, the most known version of "Alice in Wonderland" was released in 2010, and was produced by Walt Disney Studios.