Picture Alice

December 4, 2009

I have created a Prezi slide show that shows several different illustrators interpretations of Alice.

The pictures are grouped by chapter and include a quote from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. There are many different interpretations included. There are blonde, brunette, and red-headed Alices, different styles of cards, and even a gryphon that looks like a gecko. The illustrators include Lewis Carroll, Sir John Tenniel, Mabel Lucie Attwell, Bessie Pease Gutmann,  Gwynedd M. Hudson,  A.E. Jackson,and Maria L. Kirk. I hope you enjoy this compilation of these illustrators visions of Alice in Wonderland.


  1. […] only showcased reflective writing but also the use of online, multi-media tools.  In the entry, Picture Alice, Susan links guests to a slideshow presentation that displays various artistic renditions of Alice, […]

  2. Susan,
    I’m an English teacher in Michigan, taking a class on how teachers can use blogging and other Web 2.0 programs in the classroom. I really love what your teacher and what you students have done with THE ALICE PROJECT.
    I love also how you not only wrote about your reflections on Alice but, in this entry, you put together an impressive online slide show presentation showcasing various artistic renditions of Alice. Very nice work.

    • Thank you very much!

      If you are interested my class is doing another blog. However it does not utilize Web 2.0 tools as much. It is based on TED talks and can be found here: http://tedxproject.wordpress.com/

      Even if you are not interested in our blog, I suggest lookin into TED (www.TED.com); it is an amazing organization.

  3. Great prezi!

  4. Glad you like it!

  5. This is *so cool*.
    I’m going to spend WAY too much time looking through all of these!

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