Alice through the Needle's Eye by Gilbert Adair
The Further Adventures of Lewis Carroll's Alice

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Alice travels through the eye of a needle and meets many unusual creatures including the letters of the alphabet.

About Gilbert Adair

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Gilbert Adair has written numerous novel, including Love and Death on Long Island, which was made into a major movie. He wrote the screenplay for the Bertolucci film The Dreamers, and won the Moncrieff Translation Prize for his translation of work by French avant gardist Georges Perec. Adair writes a column for The Guardian and lives in London.
Published January 1, 1984 by Dutton Adult. 186 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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With loving faithfulness, if little inspiration, British poet/critic Adair has fashioned a third Alice expedition to follow Lewis Carroll's Wonderland and Looking-Glass classics: this time, Dinah the cat (""now quite old and sleepy"") by her side, little Alice is trying hard to thread a needle.

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