Lewis Carroll's classic tale of nonsense and imagination, "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" was an immediate sensation upon its publication in 1865. It tells the tale of Alice, a young girl who tumbles down a rabbit hole into a world filled with talking rabbits, grinning cats, mad hatters and vengeful queens.
Long hailed as one of the greatest children's books ever created, "Alice" has permeated the culture. The subject of dozens of adaptations, re-tellings, films and stage productions, "Alice" and the sequel Carroll penned soon thereafter - "Through the Lookingglass" - are two of the most treasured works of fiction in the English language.
This version - produced in its unabridged form - also includes a brief biography of the author.