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Jabberwochy

A finely illustrated classic nonsense poem taken from Through the Looking Glass, and what Alice found there.

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  • "'Twas brillig and the slithy toves"@en
  • "Text vest I"@en
  • "Jabberwocky"@en
  • "Jabberwocky"
  • "Jaseroque"@en
  • "Through the looking-glass"@en
  • "Gaberbocchus"@en
  • "Mors iabrochii"
  • "Jammerwoch"@en

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  • "The most celebrated nonsense poem in the English language, Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky has delighted readers of all ages since it was first published in "Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, in 1872. Stephane Jorisch's stunningly inventive art adds a vibrant, surprising dimension to an already unforgettable poem."
  • "A finely illustrated classic nonsense poem taken from Through the Looking Glass, and what Alice found there."@en
  • "From "Through the Looking Glass", Humpty Dumpty explains to Alice the meaning of the poem "Jabberwocky.""
  • "From "Through the Looking Glass", Humpty Dumpty explains to Alice the meaning of the poem "Jabberwocky.""@en
  • "The illustrations set the classic nonsense poem taken from "Alice in Wonderland" in medieval times."@en
  • "Artist's book limited ed. of 12 copies, printed on Sigami paper. The portfolio made of different paper. The ninth book from Yabber Yabber publications."@en
  • "The illustrations set the classic nonsense poem taken from "Through the Looking Glass" in medieval times."@en
  • "The illustrations set the classic nonsense poem taken from "Through the Looking Glass" in medieval times."
  • "Humpty Dumpty explains to Alice the meaning of the poem "Jabberwocky"."@en
  • "From "Through the Looking Glass", Humpty Dumpty explains to Alice the meaning of the poem "Jabberwocky."
  • "Humpty Dumpty explains to Alice the meaning of the poem "Jabberwocky.""@en
  • "Humpty Dumpty explains to Alice the meaning of the poem "Jabberwocky.""
  • "Reinterprets Lewis Carroll's famous poem about the dreaded Jabberwock."@en
  • "Reinterprets Lewis Carroll's famous poem about the dreaded Jabberwock."
  • "Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogroves, And the mome raths outgrabe. So begins one of the most celebrated and best-loved nonsense poems in the English language."@en
  • "The classic nonsense poem taken from "Through the Looking Glass" is illustrated with a father and son in modern dress."
  • "Jabberwocky is the first book in an exciting and unique new series--Visions in Poetry--from Kids Can Press that will feature classic poems illustrated by outstanding contemporary artists in handsomely bound collectable hardcover editions. Visions in Poetry will showcase some of the most talented book illustrators working today. The most celebrated nonsense poem in the English language, Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky has delighted readers of all ages since it was first published in "Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, in 1872. Stephane Jorisch's stunningly inventive art adds a vibrant, surprising dimension to an already unforgettable poem."
  • "An illustrated version of the classic nonsense poem from "Through the Looking Glass.""
  • "An illustrated version of the classic nonsense poem from "Through the Looking Glass.""@en
  • "This presentation of the classic nonsense poem from "Through the Looking Glass" features Disney illustrations."

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  • "Nonsense verse"
  • "Children's poetry"
  • "Dust jackets (Bindings)"
  • "Broadsides"@en
  • "Screenplays"@en
  • "Fiction"
  • "Fiction"@en
  • "Electronic books"@en
  • "Poetry"
  • "Poetry"@en
  • "Children's poetry, English"
  • "Juvenile works"
  • "Juvenile works"@en
  • "Specimens"
  • "Specimens"@en
  • "Illustrator's autographs (Provenance)"
  • "Calligraphy (visual works)"
  • "Drama"@en
  • "Artists' books"
  • "Artists' books"@en
  • "Translations"
  • "Nonsense verses, English"
  • "History"@en

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  • "Jabberwochy"@en
  • "Jabberwocky : from "Through the looking glass""@en
  • "Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky : a book of brillig dioramas"@en
  • "Jabberwocky"@en
  • "Jabberwocky"
  • "The Jabberwocky"@en
  • "Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky : with annotations by Humpty Dumpty"@en
  • "Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky : with annotations by Humpty Dumpty"
  • "Jabberwocky, from Through the looking glass"
  • "Jabberwocky, from Through the looking glass"@en
  • "Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky with annotations by Humpty Dumpty"@en
  • "Der Brabbelback"
  • "Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky"
  • "Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky"@en
  • "Jabberwocky : from Through the looking glass"@en
  • "Jabberwocky : from Through the looking glass"
  • "Jabberwocky : Lewis Carroll's poem"@en
  • "Jabberwocky : Lewis Carroll's poem"
  • "Jabberwocky : with annotations by Humpty Dumpty"@en
  • "Jabberwocky = Le Jaseroque = Der Jammerwoch = Gaberbocchus"@en
  • "Jabberwocky : a book of brillig dioramas"
  • "O frabjous day!"@en
  • "Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky : as reflected by Maryline Poole Adams"@en
  • "Jabberwocky : the classic poem from Lewis Carroll's Through the looking glass, and what Alice found there"@en
  • "Jabberwocky from Through the looking glass"@en
  • "Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky [ill. by Jane Breskin Zalben]"@en
  • "Jabberwocky : from Through the looking-glass"
  • "Jabberwocky : from Through the looking-glass"@en

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