Donna Leslie - Alitji in Dreamland (Alitjinya Ngura Tjukurmankuntjala)


According to the "Note To Alitji" by Barbara Ker Wilson, this edition marks the 125th anniversary of the first publication of "Alice in Wonderland".

Translated and retold by Nancy Sheppard, who

taught in schools for Aboriginal children in Central Australia from 1955 to 1964 and during that time studied the language and experienced the culture, land and mountain ranges of the Pitjantjatjara people.
She collected and translated into her mother-tongue, English, many traditional stories, and produced educational material in the Pitjantjatjara language.

Amazon.com: Alitji in Dreamland: Alitjinya Ngura Tjukurmankuntjala: Books: Nancy Sheppard,Barbara Ker Wilson,Lewis Carroll,Donna Leslie

Donna Leslie, belongs to the Gamileroi peoples. Born in 1963, she grew up in western New South Wales. Since graduating with a degree in Fine Art from Chisholm Institite of Technology in 1985 and a Diploma of Education in 1986, she has had five solo exhibitions and has participated in numerous group shows throughout Australia. Donna's work deals with intrinsic quolities: she seeks to portray the spirit and essence of the land and humankind.

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Alex Anthony Blum

Classics Illustrated ; no. 49
Alice in Wonderland / by Lewis Carroll ; illustrated by Alex A. Blum.
New York : Gilberton, 1948.
48 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.

Classics Illustrated
Comic creator: Alex Blum
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Svein Kvamme


Norwegian graphic designer Svein Kvamme drew Alice for the play at Den Nationale Scene in 2005.

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