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Fri Mar 21 17:11:34 2014 UTClccn-n790588830.06The best of Lewis Carroll /0.150.95Lewis Carroll and Alice : the private collection of Justin G. Schiller, Auction, Wednesday 9 December 1998 /44305940John_Tennieln 79058883291939John TennielṬeniʾel, G'on, 1820-1914Teniels, Džons, Sir, 1820-1914Tenieru, Jon 1820-1914Tenniel.Tenniel 1820-1914Tenniel, D., 1820-1914Tenniel, Džon 1820-1914Tenniel, JohnTenniel, John, 1820-1914Tenniel, John, SirTenniel, SirTenniel, Sir JohnṬenyel, Go̕n 1820-1914Тенниел, Д., 1820-1914ジョン・テニエル, サー, 1820-1914テニエル, ジョンlccn-n79056546Carroll, Lewis1832-1898illwricrefast-805040Alice (Fictitious character : Carroll)lccn-n79054207Gardner, Martin1914-2010auicmmannedtlccn-n80017911Kredel, Fritz1900-1973illlccn-n87837068W.W. Norton & Companynp-desnoes, caroleDesnoes, Carolenp-krass, antoninaKrass, Antoninalccn-n80112949Holiday, Henry1839-1927illlccn-n79054670Leech, John1817-1864illartedtlccn-n79089944Guiliano, EdwardTenniel, John1820-1914FictionJuvenile worksCriticism, interpretation, etcFantasy fictionHistoryIllustrationsAdventure storiesFantasy fiction, EnglishParodies, imitations, etcBiographyAlice (Fictitious character : Carroll)FantasyFantasy fictionFantasy fiction, EnglishTenniel, John,Alice's adventures in Wonderland (Carroll, Lewis)Carroll, Lewis,Through the looking-glass (Carroll, Lewis)Adventure stories, EnglishAnimalsFantasy literature, EnglishChildren's stories, EnglishFairy talesImaginary placesDreamsChildren's storiesGreat BritainCroquetPlaying cardsWit and humor, JuvenileConduct of lifeEnglish fictionCuriosityImaginationAnimals, MythicalChildren's literatureChessIllusion (Philosophy)Christmas storiesChildren--Conduct of lifeDecision makingChristmas stories, EnglishNonsense verses, EnglishGhost storiesQueensAdventure storiesCourts and courtiersHumorous poetryChildren's literature, EnglishChildren--Books and readingCourtsAdventure and adventurersArtistsInnocence (Psychology)TheftTwinsFablesFlowersEnglish literatureEnglish wit and humor182019141822183518451847184818511852185318541855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014425278503648[FIC]PZ7.D684ocn000588691ocn005694320ocn024320748ocn026132443ocn001404182ocn008990946ocn026158901ocn318867447ocn001510347ocn002571409ocn811467985ocn811462751ocn811463629ocn811463620ocn811528269ocn811522492ocn811518936ocn245940473ocn723974652ocn709590793ocn690342834ocn454867930ocn185910413ocn762717128259721955ocn041488903book18650.08Carroll, LewisThe annotated Alice : Alice's adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking glassHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyBibliographyComic books, strips, etcConcordancesGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesPoetryIllustrationsPictorial worksAdventure storiesFantasy comic books, strips, etcFantasy fictionGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksToy and movable booksGamesYoung adult worksArtists' booksFantasy fiction, EnglishA little girl falls down a rabbit hole and discovers a strange world inhabited by all sorts of unusual characters+-+5293958485348470ocn000588691book18970.25Carroll, LewisThe complete works of Lewis Carroll [pseud.]Juvenile worksFictionFantasy fictionIncludes all of the novels, short stories, poetry, essays, games, puzzles, problems, and miscellaneous writings of Charles Dodgson, written under the name of Lewis Carroll+-+0632962605106762ocn002571409book18890.07Carroll, LewisThe nursery "Alice,"Juvenile worksFictionIllustrationsPictorial worksAdventure storiesFantasy fictionFantasy fiction, EnglishAlice in Wonderland retold for very young children by the original author with enlarged colored drawings+-+65229258756414ocn000361244book19600.31Carroll, LewisThe humorous verse of Lewis Carroll, the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson+-+29015713953244123ocn702134728com20110.12Cook, NickolasAlice in ZombielandJuvenile worksFictionParodies, imitations, etc"When little Alice follows the Black Rat down into the gaping darkness of an open grave, she falls and falls. And soon finds herself in an undead nightmare of rotting flesh and insanity. Venturing further into this land of zombies and monsters, she encounters characters both creepy and madcap along the way. But there's something else troubling poor Alice: her skin is rotting and her hair is falling out. She's cold. And she has the haunting feeling that if she remains in Zombieland any longer, she might never leave. Can Alice escape Zombieland before the Dead Red Queen catches up to her?"--From publisher description+-+88710775963244099ocn006309981book19570.07Carroll, LewisAlice in Wonderland : comprising the two books, Alice's adventures in Wonderland and Through the looking-glassJuvenile worksFictionA little girl falls down a rabbit hole and discovers a world of nonsensical and amusing characters40971ocn003074520book18480.23AesopAesop's fables : a new version, chiefly from original sourcesJuvenile worksFictionFablesSome of Aesop's fables printed in very small text3935ocn057342183book20050.63Morris, FrankieArtist of Wonderland : the life, political cartoons, and illustrations of TennielCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography"Best known today as the illustrator for Lewis Carroll's Alice books, John Tenniel was the Victorian era's chief political cartoonist. This extensively illustrated book is the first to draw almost exclusively on primary sources in family collections, public archives, and other depositories. Frankie Morris examines Tenniel's life and work, producing a book that is not only a definitive resource for scholars and collectors but one that can be easily enjoyed by everyone interested in Victorian life and art, social history, journalism and political cartoons, and illustrated books."--BOOK JACKET+-+88987486353805ocn000361241book19650.32Carroll, LewisThe works of Lewis CarrollTOC: Alice in Wonderland / Through the looking-glass / The hunting of the snark3748ocn000647394book19310.33Carroll, LewisThe Lewis Carroll book+-+24248646962903ocn010649210book19830.06Carroll, LewisThe best of Lewis CarrollAlice in Wonderland; Through the Looking Glass; The Hunting of the Snark; A Tangled Tale; Phantasmagoria; Nonsense from Letters+-+855245543528817ocn004902134book18990.08Carroll, LewisAlice's adventures in Wonderland ; Through the looking-glass, and what Alice found thereCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionIllustrationsFairy talesFantasy fictionFantasy fiction, EnglishBy falling down a rabbit hole and stepping through a mirror, Alice experiences unusual adventures with a variety of nonsensical characters+-+39411268353242885ocn000456696book19320.37Carroll, LewisThe collected verse of Lewis Carroll28129ocn002580621book18520.73Ingoldsby, ThomasThe Ingoldsby legends : or, Mirth & marvelsJuvenile worksBiographyHumorFictionPoetryThis text features three series of short stories and one of miscellaneous poems. The short stories feature characters who possess intriguing names, such as Madam Witherspoon and Bloudie Jackie of Shrewsberrie. Stories include the Lady Rohesia and the Leech of Folkestone. Poems include the Truants, the Poplar, and, Hermann or the Broken Spear2292ocn000820972book19730.06Gardner, MartinThe snark puzzle bookJuvenile worksMiscellaneaSeventy-five brain teasers, relating to Lewis Carroll's nonsense poem, "The Hunting of the Snark."+-+18300242353242269ocn000771746book18480.37Dickens, CharlesThe haunted man and the ghost's bargainFictionChristmas storiesGhost storiesA Christmas Carol launched Dickens's Christmas novellas; The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain brings the series to an end. Professor Redlaw is haunted by a ghost-like creature that looks astonishingly like him. The spirit relieves Redlaw of his miseries from years gone by, but there are unforeseen consequences of forgetting the past2196ocn001905211book19670.08AesopBest loved fables of AesopJuvenile worksA collection of the most well-known of Aesop's fables2172ocn027264623book19940.81Simpson, RogerSir John Tenniel : aspects of his workCriticism, interpretation, etcTenniel's career would seem to prove the opposite hypothesis. After Westminster, Tenniel would transfer the cold, hierarchical imagery that he evolved there to his work as the principal political cartoonist for Punch. He held the position for nearly forty years, and he developed a style of imperial allegory that brought him immense respect and exerted an enormous influence over political cartooning at home and abroad until well into the twentieth century19714ocn027348130book19000.21Carroll, LewisAlice's adventures in Wonderland and Through the looking-glass : in one volumeJuvenile worksFictionFantasy fiction"Curiouser and curiouser!" cried Alice (she was so much surprised, that for the moment she quite forgot how to speak good English.) "Now I'm opening out like the largest telescope that ever was! Good-bye, feet!" Alice and all her many friends will never be forgotten so long as books for children are published. The fascinating adventures of this timeless little girl as she plunges down the rabbit-hole, shrinks and grows, meets the pack of cards and the chess pieces, should be read regularly by all ages for their totally original fantasy, their humor, and their charm+-+089259599519713ocn002133416book18780.73Leigh, PercivalBenjamin Disraeli. Earl of Beaconsfield, K.GHistoryCaricatures and cartoonsHumorAnecdotes5683ocn010800589book19850.50Hancher, MichaelThe Tenniel illustrations to the "Alice" booksIllustrations3692ocn023220287book19910.56Engen, Rodney KSir John Tenniel : Alice's white knightCriticism, interpretation, etc3655ocn001853619book19480.63Sarzano, FrancesSir John Tenniel1262ocn004883205book19780.63Tenniel, JohnTenniel's AliceIllustrations+-+4381489245762ocn008349714book18840.84Ruskin, JohnThe art of England : lectures given in OxfordCriticism, interpretation, etc721ocn001875076book19340.84Mespoulet, MCreators of WonderlandHistoryIllustrations373ocn019588067book19140.81Wyatt, HoraceMalice in KulturlandHumorFictionParodies, imitations, etcAnecdotes281ocn015525112book19880.88Tenniel, JohnSir John Tenniel's illustrations to Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking-glass : ninety-one prints from the original wood blocks engraved by the Brothers Dalziel from drawings by Sir John Tenniel & one print from an electrotypeCriticism, interpretation, etcIllustrations271ocn030221287book19610.66Debenham, FrankNavigation with AliceParodies, imitations, etc161ocn008609433book19010.47Monkhouse, W. CosmoThe life & works of Sir John Tenniel161ocn003821446book19500.08Carroll, LewisThe annotated Alice : Alice's adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking glassHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyBibliographyComic books, strips, etcConcordancesGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesPoetryIllustrationsPictorial worksAdventure storiesFantasy comic books, strips, etcFantasy fictionGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksToy and movable booksGamesYoung adult worksArtists' booksFantasy fiction, EnglishA little girl falls down a rabbit hole and discovers a strange world inhabited by all sorts of unusual characters161ocn040443162book19980.95Lewis Carroll and Alice : the private collection of Justin G. Schiller, Auction, Wednesday 9 December 1998Bibliography CatalogsCatalogs151ocn023983136book19400.86Wragg, ArthurAlice through the paper-mill : in respectful criticism of the paper control and kindred matters relating to the present state of the trade, a plea for an equitable system of planning whereby to ensure a measure of efficiency and a degree of order for all concernedParodies, imitations, etc132ocn062176991book20050.76Garvey, Eleanor MTenniel's Alice : drawings by Sir John Tenniel for 'Alice's adventures in Wonderland' and 'Through the looking glass'HistoryIllustrations+-+4381489245131ocn197043835book19880.35Whalley, Joyce IreneA history of children's book illustrationHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc112ocn040602463book19010.93Monkhouse, W. CosmoThe life and work of Sir John Tenniel, R.I111ocn020402341book19880.88De Freitas, Leo JohnA study of Sir John Tenniel's wood-engraved illustrations to Alice's adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking-glassIllustrations93ocn017920546book19850.93Morris, FrankieJohn Tenniel, cartoonist : a critical & sociocultural study in the art of the Victorian political cartoonHistoryCaricatures and cartoonsJohn Tenniel's cartoons occupied a place between journalistic and "high" art in the eyes of his countrymen. This study examines Tenniel's drawings for Punch from 1850 to early 1901 in relation to the cultural ambience of the period and to some of its social concerns. Chapter I gives insights into those facets of Tenniel's experience and personality which contributed to the piquant blend of mockery and grandeur in his work. The purpose of Chapter II is to examine the comic, the grotesque, and the artistic aspects of Tenniel's art. The cartoons were enhanced by the subtle introduction of caricatural elements which were both form-creative and aesthetic. Some, by their heroic character, filled the void created by the lack of a state-sponsored didactic and patriotic art program in England. Amended in this section are the many erroneous statements which have been made during this century regarding Tenniel as a draftsman on wood. Chapter III relates Tenniel's drawings to specific categories of Victorian painting and sculpture. Chapter IV, which constitutes the second part of this essentially two-part study deals with the iconographies generated by the working-class movement in England and by Irish disaffection. These subjects were selected for what they might reveal about Victorian people. The vehemence of the Punch cartoons toward the dissident Irish, a group which was formed largely of the peasant or working classes, provoked this inquiry into how Tenniel had dealt with the English working man. The investigation proved to be rich in images common to cartoons, paintings, prints, novels, and the stage. The persistent motif of the shillelagh brawl in the Irish cartoons disclosed a linkage between the apprehensions with which the affluent classes in England regarded their own working classes and their attitudes toward the Irish. The final chapter discusses the influence of the cartoons, the interest with which they were followed nationally and abroad, and the plagiarizing of Tenniel's drawings by other papers. Their continued reproduction in studies of the Victorian years attests to Tenniel's success in encapsulating the Victorian self image81ocn059642298book19960.31Tenniel, JohnThe story of the electrotypes used to illustrate Sir John Tenniel's drawings for Alice's adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking glass illustrated with twelve Tenniel drawings printed letterpress from electrotypes, created from the original wood engravings, cut by the Dalziel brothers c.1860-1870Illustrations71ocn225771346book19880.47Sir John Tenniel's illustrations to Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in Wonderland & Through the looking glass : [catalogue] original woodblock printsIllustrationsExhibition catalogs+-+5293958485+-+5293958485Fri Mar 21 15:49:05 EDT 2014batch82635