The Red Queen instructing Alice

The Red Queen instructing Alice

Sir John Tenniel


Wood-engraving by Dalziel

Illustration for the second chapter of Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass

"'Curtsey while you're thinking what to say . . . open your mouth a little wider when you speak, and always say 'your Majesty.'" [For commentary, see below; mouse over the text for links.]

In 2000 student assistants from the University Scholars Program, National University of Singapore, scanned this image and added text under the supervision of George P. Landow.

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