John Tufail here.
Perhaps you first need to clarify what you mean by
the concept 'comic'. Carroll, most, regularly, has been listed in the
areas of 'nonsense' and 'absurd' literature - which is not quite comic.
His work can certainly be listed under 'ironic' and even satyrical (vis-a-vis
Gulliver's Travels or Erewhon). But to children there is a definite and
exuberent element of the truly comic to Carroll's work. Maybe that is what
you might like to explore.
Just a thought.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, February 25, 2005 10:41
Subject: [lewiscarroll] HELLO, a little
help with this one please
I'm new to the group...nice to meet everyone! I'm currently researching
Lewis Carroll and need to come up with a thesis statement about him...it might
need to have something to do w/ his comic vision too. Please help!! I'm
really having trouble w/ this one...all ideas welcome...thanx
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