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Aventures d'Alice au Pays des Merveilles

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This whimsical and imaginative tale takes readers on a fantastic journey through a world filled with peculiar characters and nonsensical happenings. The protagonist, Alice, encounters talking animals, a mad hatter, and a grinning Cheshire Cat as she navigates the strange and unpredictable landscape of Wonderland.

Lewis Carroll's storytelling is both charming and playful, with witty wordplay and clever rhymes that add to the enchanting atmosphere of the story. The vivid descriptions and colorful illustrations bring the fantastical world of Wonderland to life, inviting readers to suspend their disbelief and embrace the absurdity of the narrative.

While the plot may seem nonsensical at times, there is a deeper message hidden beneath the surface of the story. Themes of curiosity, identity, and the nature of reality are subtly woven throughout the narrative, challenging readers to consider the meaning of their own existence and the world around them.

Overall, Aventures d'Alice au Pays des Merveilles is a timeless classic that continues to captivate readers of all ages with its unique charm and imaginative storytelling. It is a delightful and thought-provoking read that is sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone who ventures into the whimsical world of Wonderland.

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"Alice au Pays des Merveilles," publié originellement par Lewis Carroll en 1865 comme "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," fut traduit en 1869 par Henri Bué. Histoire de fantaisie, il s'agit d'une jeune fille, Alice, qui tombe dans un trou de lapin, et se trouve tout d'un coup dans un monde de merveilles. Là, elle rencontre plusieurs personnages curieux, comme le chat du Cheshire, le Chapelier, le Lièvre de Mars, Humpty Dumpty, la Fausse-tortue, la Reine de Coeurs, parmi d'autres. Pas destiné d'origine à se faire livre d'enfants, Alice s'embrouille dans un monde cauchemardesque, peuplé d'animaux et de "gens" qui lui parlent de choses les plus absurdes.

"Alice au Pays des Merveilles", originally published by Lewis Carroll in 1865 as "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," was translated in 1869 by Henri Bué. This is a fantasy about a young girl, Alice, who falls down a rabbit hole, and suddenly finds herself in a wonderland. There, she meets several curious characters, such as the Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, Humpty Dumpty, the Mock Turtle, the Queen of Hearts, among others. Not intended originally to be a children's book, Alice wades through a nightmarish world, populated by animals and "people" who speak to her of the most absurd things. Summary by Linda Olsen Fitak

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