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Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland
An annotated edition — twelve Lewis Carroll scholars taking a chapter each. A joint project from The Public Domain Review and Medium, in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the classic tale.
Note from the editor

This collection celebrates the 150th anniversary of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. It includes an annotated edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, commissioned by Medium and created by The Public Domain Review with the assistance of twelve curators, listed below. New chapters will be published on Tuesdays and Thursdays for six weeks beginning July 28. We’re also inviting you to build and share your very own edition of the book on Medium, using the copyright-free text and illustrations we’ve gathered here, your own original art and remixes.

Editors
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CURATOR
Jenny Woolf
Lover of London. Travel writer who also enjoys exploring England. Author of The Mystery of Lewis Carroll (now on Kindle) & Lewis Carroll in his Own Account
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CURATOR
Franziska Kohlt
DPhil on Victorian psychology& literature, Brasenose College, Oxford; Lewis Carroll researcher, Journalist & Translator, Singer & Cellist #litsci #histsci
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CURATOR
Jan Susina
English Professor at Illinois State University focusing on Victorian Studies, Children's & Adolescent Literature, Visual Culture, Literary Fairy Tales.
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EDITOR
Public Domain Review
Online journal and cabinet of curiosities dedicated to showcasing the most beautiful and unusual out-of-copyright works available on the web.
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CURATOR
Zoe Jaques
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Kate Wakely-Mulroney
PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge working on memory in works by Isaac Watts & Lewis Carroll. Co-editor of The Aesthetics of Children’s Poetry (2016).