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Identifier: throughlookinggl1899ca
Title: Through the looking glass, and what Alice found there
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898 Tenniel, John, Sir, 1820-1914, ill
Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Company London, Macmillan & Co., ltd.
Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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at Chapel Hill i n W,.///: w%a.. wmr^wm */„/,.. f£ J 2 Wi ■ ■ WHITE. White Pawn (Alice) to play, and win in eleven moves. 1. Alice meets R. Q. . . 32 2. Alice through Qs 3d (by railway) .... 44to Qs 4th (Tweedledumand Tweedledee) . . 49 3. Alice meets W. Q. (with shawl) 84 4. Alice to Qs 5th (shop, river, shop) .... 93 5. Alice to Qs <6t\\(Humpty Dumpty) . . . .103 6. Alice to Qs 7th (forest) 141 7. W. Kt. takes R. kt. . 146 8. Alice to Qs 8th (coro- nation) 166 9. Alice becomes Queen . 178 10. Alice castles (feast) . . 185 11. Alice takes R. Q. & wins 195 1. R. Q. to K. Rs 4th 2. W.Q.toQ.Bs 4th (after shawl) PAGE 41 4. 6. 7. 84 3. W. Q. to Q. Bs 5th (be comes sheep) . .W. Q. to K. Bs 8th (leaves egg on shelf)W. Q. to Q. Bs 8th (fly ingfrom R. Kt.) . . _R, Kt. to Ks 2nd fch.). 144W. Kt. to K. Bs 5th . 165 8. R. Q. to Ks sq. (exam- ination) 169 9. Queens castle . . . 18110. W.Q.toQ.B,,s6th(sottp;i91 92 102 136 L \j<

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THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THEEE BY LEWIS CARROLL WITH FIFTY ILLUSTRATIONSBY JOHN TENNIEL THE MACMILLAN COMPANY LONDON : MACMILLAN & CO., Ltd.1899 AH rights reserved Printed March, i8g8. Reprinted Tune, Octoberi8qq. Vprrnnnti 19rr?3 :Berwick i; Smith, Norwood, Mass., VS.. PEEFACE As the chess-problem, given on a previous page, haspuzzled some of my readers, it may be well to explainthat it is correctly worked out, so far as the moves areconcerned. The alternation of Red and White is perhapsnot so strictly observed as it might be, and the castling of the three Queens is merely a way of saying that theyentered the palace : but the check of the White Kingat move 6, the capture of the Red Knight at move 7, andthe final checkmate of the Red King, will be found, byany one who will take the trouble to set the pieces andplay the moves as directed, to be strictly in accordancewith the laws of the game. The new words, in the poem Jabberwocky (seep. 21), have given rise tthroughlookinggl1899ca

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