Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass

Lewis Carroll
Illustrated by John Tenniel

Tumbling headlong down a rabbit-hole, Alice enters the magical underground kingdom of Wonderland. These classic stories remain a childhood favourite.

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Tumbling headlong down a rabbit-hole, Alice enters the magical underground kingdom of Wonderland. Here, she changes size at inconvenient moments, plays croquet with the Queen of Hearts and stumbles upon the Mad Hatter’s tea-party. In her second adventure, through the looking-glass, Alice finds that life is a game of chess, in which she is a pawn.

This two-volume set, quarter-bound in cloth, features the original illustrations by John Tenniel.

Two volumes quarter-bound in blocked cloth with printed paper sides

Set in Bell

272 pages with 93 integrated red line drawings

Plain slipcase

˝ x 5½˝

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