紀要論文 『不思議の国のアリス』 : 150年色褪せない本 その現状と魅力
Alice’s Adventures in W onderland : A Book Adults can Gain Meaningful Insights from

楠本, 君恵

84 ( 3 )  , pp.67 - 97 , 2017-03-15 , 法政大学経済学部学会
ISSN:00229741
NII書誌ID(NCID):AN00071028
内容記述
2015 was the 150 th anniversary of the publication of Alice, 1865. It is very rare for a single children’s book to be commemorated, but the book deserves to be honored in this way. Together with the sequel, Through the Looking-Grass and What Alice Found There, it is the most loved children’s book in the world; the most translated, the most performed on the stage and the most adapted for ornaments, fashion and character goods. Why have the books attracted both children and adults over so many years without losing their attractiveness? Alices’ popularity was supported by a huge group of collectors all over the world, and Lewis Carroll Societies coordinate well. While Disney’s Alice attracts children, with the publication of Martin Gardener’s Annotated Alice (1960), Carroll’s two Alice books have become favorite subjects for doctoral theses for students majoring in Language or English Literature.Edward Guiliano, from whom I picked a phrase for the title of this English abstract, concluded in his talk at “Alice 150” in New York that the books have the same elements as other world classics like Shakespeare’s and Dickens’s masterpieces, namely ‘language and characters’ and ‘essential plurality.’
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