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November 2021: Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There: The 150th Anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Sequel to Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

by Angelika Zirker   “… what is the use of a book […] without pictures or conversations?” – this is the question that Alice asks herself at the opening of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, while she is “sitting by her sister on the bank” (“Down the Rabbit-Hole”). No use at […]

Discover Literary Anniversaries

The history of literature in English is long and varied, having brought forth a nearly inexhaustible supply of memorable events – from the births and deaths of significant writers or the releases of their iconic works to revolutionary theatre performances or censorship lawsuits. This year, we want to mark some of these anniversaries and […]