away from the literary voragine, Professor Charles l. dodgson teaches at Oxford and spends his leisure hours imagining history, riddles and riddles. His training forces him to approach literature from perspectives where logic and absurdity go hand in hand; the satire, the paradox, the criticism from the common sense with which he sows his works have made Carroll one of the authors preferred by the adult public.
In Alice in Wonderland, the author embarks on an obsessive, ridiculous or absurd landscape, little Alice faces a multitude of extravagant characters. It is the oneiric universe where order and logic do not exist, where everything is irritating or fun. The universe dreamed of by children and that delights the elderly.
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