(This title belongs to the WONDERLAND IMPRINTS MASTER EDITION series. Master Editions are deluxe illustrated e-books featuring essays, annotations and additional material, celebrating the finest and most compelling works of classic fiction.)
AT LAST, the definitive version of Alice in Wonderland! Uniquely (and painstakingly) created for the Kindle, this volume contains the complete texts of: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland; Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There; Alice’s Adventures Under Ground; The Nursery “Alice”; and The Hunting of the Snark (with Carroll’s letter revealing how the Snark belongs to the lore of Wonderland!). This edition is fully supported with extensive materials found nowhere else. Features include: all of Carroll's poems and prefatory material; Sir John Tenniel’s masterful illustrations; additional illustrations by Henry Holiday and Lewis Carroll; and a special glossary of Victorian and Carrollian terms (not merely “Jabberwock,” “vorpal” and “frabjous day,” but also such curiosities as "Wednesday week," "treacle" and “bathing-machine.”).
Bonus materials exclusive to this edition include: the lost “Wasp in a Wig” chapter, with commentary; diary entries and letters from Alice and Lewis Carroll; uniquely written explanatory notes; source poetry for all of Carroll’s poems and songs; biographies for Charles Dodgson and Alice Pleasance Liddell; extensive and unique chronologies; fascinating background essays; and much, much more.
This Wonderland Imprints Master Edition, THE COMPLETE ALICE IN WONDERLAND, is the only complete and authoritative electronic Alice, collected, annotated and edited by Kent David Kelly to offer the perfect balance of completeness, enjoyment, and ease of use. Come experience this wonderful classic, now with an overflowing treasury of secrets which you have never experienced before!
This is a companion work to three additional Wonderland Imprints releases - Alice in Wonderland, the Royal Treasury Edition (with 300 illustrations); Through the Looking-Glass, the Royal Treasury Edition (with 100 illustrations); and A New Alice in the Old Wonderland, an illustrated sequel to the original Alice.
(Over 150 illustrations and photographs, 330 unique notes, 20 unique essays. 125,000 words, 700 pages. 12.2 megabytes of content.)