Alice in Wonderland and Jabberwocky come alive in a fresh new and highly accessible way in this in this brilliant recording by acclaimed comedienne Alison Larkin and Audie-award-winning narrator Derek Perkins.
The recordings are followed by a short excerpt from The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll, by Carroll's nephew, Stuart Dodgson Collingwood.
Public Domain (P)2016 British Classic Audio
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Through the Looking Glass - because it was written by the same author
Everything. The performance is all here. You feel the characters are real. Alison Larkin has a real gift for bringing characters to life, making you feel like you are actually there. This is a very special experience. .
I cried at the end...
This is the best possible way to enjoy Alice in Wonderland. I just loved it.
The originality of the voices. The clarity of the narration.
The Caucus race is so funny, I hadn't realized - also the outrageous scene at the end when the Queen is threatening to cut everyone's heads off.
I have listened to Alison Larkin's narration of Emma and Peter Pan and loved them both. This one is up there with her best. She is one of my all time favorite narrators and I am thrilled to see her narrating the classics. She is SO SO GOOD. Derek Perkins I had not heard before but i just loved the way he narrates Jabberwocky!
The end of Alice in Wonderland.
A high quality production. The best Alice I have heard.
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