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The Annotated Alice and The Annotated Snark (Penguin)

Contributed by Florian Hardwig on May 24th, 2021. Artwork published in
circa 1970
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    The Annotated Alice (1982 reprint).
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    The Annotated Alice (1982 reprint).

    Two books with annotated works by Lewis Carroll (1832–1898), both edited by Martin Gardner, and both with cover designs by David Pelham featuring two Victorian typefaces, Art Gothic and Gazelle.

    The Annotated Alice with Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and the sequel Through the Looking Glass was first published by Bramhall House in 1960, and by Penguin in 1965; the depicted cover was used for the revised version from 1970 and later reprints. The Annotated Snark with the full text of The Hunting of the Snark was followed in 1967, with this cover being used from around 1973. Pelham’s cover designs incorporate the original illustrations by John Tenniel and Henry Holiday, respectively.

    The Annotated Snark (1987) and The Annotated Alice (1970).
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    The Annotated Snark (1987) and The Annotated Alice (1970).

    The Annotated Snark (1973).
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    The Annotated Snark (1973).

    The Annotated Snark (1973).
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    The Annotated Snark (1973).

    The Annotated Alice (1974).
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    The Annotated Alice (1974).

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    • Gazelle
    • Univers

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