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Strange lands, peculiar animated beings, and altered perceptions created to entertain and confuse. White rabbits, a mad queen, a baby transforming into a pig, and conundrums by the score - what on earth does it all mean? Lewis Carroll was the enigmatic man who created a magical and surreal reality populated by characters mined from the depths of his imagination. Were they simple tales of fantasy to entertain children, or something considerably more profound?

Everyone knows that Johnny Depp plays the Mad Hatter in the Tim Burton film Alice in Wonderland, but few know of the amazing man who first imagined the "land" of Alice. In this audio we explore the wonderful world of Lewis Carroll and, for the first time, delve deep into the mind of the man to discover the hidden mysteries and meanings behind his incredible creations. Prepare for a journey through the looking glass and to enter a realm of fantastic adventure and mystery.

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Shame about the presentation

The content had great potential, but I find speculation about the author is unnecessary. We could have done with a good narrator instead of a boring note reader, and "one of our operators will be with you soon" gingle in the background all through it. The large junk of music between the two parts was also unnecessary. I also noted that the jingle wasn't playing during his own opinion. Not Recommended!