Coinciding with the 150th anniversary, eNotated Classics is releasing a sesquicentennial edition, The eNotated Alice in Wonderland, though in a format that Lewis Carroll would never have dreamed of, an enhanced ebook. This edition has been “eNotated”
“The idea is to make classic literature more accessible by using e-book technology, which adds an additional layer of information,”
Pam Sowers is a free-lance writer and researcher living in Olympia, Washington. The E-Notated Alice in Wonderland is her first book, although she has written many magazine and newsletter articles.
“This book is for adults as well as children. Alice in Wonderland is not simply a sweet children’s story set in dreamland. It is much more complex. Themes include death, racism, politics, anger, confusion, logic and women’s role. Carroll wrote in a world controlled by Victorian sensibilities,”
Sowers hope is that by reading Alice, the reader will be able to, for a while, become a child again.
The eNotated Alice in Wonderland is available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, www.itunes.apple.com.
Learn more at www.enotatedclassics.com