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9 – Пусть там будет побольше всяких глупостей, хорошо иронии. Он превращает все человеческие реалии в структурную День уже начал клониться к вечеру, а доктор Доджсон все игру и, будучи математиком и лингвистом, сводит запутанные рассказывал. Время от времени он останавливался и говорил: человеческие взаимоотношения к ироничной «логической игре», – На сегодня хватит, остальное – после! неважно какой – будь то игра в карты (как в «Алисе в Стране Чу– После уже настало! – кричали девочки в один голос. дес»), в шахматы (как в «Алисе в Зазеркалье»), в охоту (как в Был уже поздний вечер, когда доктор Доджсон и его друзья «Охоте на Снарка»), в цифры (как в «Математических курьезах») вернулись в Оксфорд. Прощаясь, Алиса воскликнула: или в слова как в «Дублетах, словесной загадке») – во всех случа– Ах, мистер Доджсон, как бы мне хотелось, чтобы вы за- ях Кэрролл строит строго закрытую систему, состоящую из слов, писали для меня приключения Алисы! систему, которая, однако, остается абсолютно рациональной.

Доктор Доджсон обещал. На следующий день, не торопясь, В творчестве Льюиса Кэрролла много «темных мест».

он принялся задело. Своим четким округлым почерком он запи- Большинство из них в обширной «кэрроллиане» ныне расшифросал сказку в небольшую тетрадь, украсив ее собственными ри- ваны, причем расшифровка эта началась еще при жизни писателя.

сунками. «Приключения Алисы под землей» – вывел он на первой Обнаружены прототипы персонажей кэрролловских сказок, пространице, а на последней приклеил сделанную им самим фото- слежены истоки его игры слов, приемы оживления метафор и буграфию Алисы. квальной интерпретации элементов фразеологических единств, 4 июля 1865 г., ровно через три года после знаменитого проанализированы многочисленные моменты полисемии и омопикника, доктор Доджсон подарил Алисе Лидделл первый, автор- нимии в кэрролловских текстах, разгаданы лингвистические заский экземпляр своей книжки. Он изменил заглавие – сказка те- гадки, математические фокусы и головоломки, объяснены омоперь называлась «Алиса в Стране Чудес», а сам скрылся за псев- фоны и каламбуры, прочитаны акростихи и анаграммы, специдонимом «Льюис Кэрролл». альная литература посвящена одним только пародиям Кэрролла, и все же загадки в его текстах остаются. (From I. Galinskaya ‘L.

5. Render the text about L. Carroll’s style. Carroll and Mysteries of his Stories’) Принято считать, что Льюис Кэрролл принадлежит к плеяде 6. Play the game.

английских писателей-романтиков, воспринимавших мир с большой долей философского скептицизма и романтической иронией, A Web Hunt идею которой высказал впервые теоретик немецкого романтизма Overview – The purpose of this Web Hunt is to gather, share Фридрих Шлегель (1772–1829). Мир для английских романтиков and learn information about the world of Lewis Carroll at the time he – это хаос, который в своем движении не имеет никакого направ- wrote Alice in Wonderland. Each student will research at least one ления, никакого доступного пониманию образца либо причины. specific topic, using the Internet. A game will be played, through Произведения писателей, основывавших свое творчество на which gathered information will be shared.

философском скептицизме и романтической иронии, создавались Resources – You should be able to find all of your information главным образом методом определения границ человеческого язы- at one of these three sites:

ка и анализа последнего. Вот и Кэрролл в «Алисе в Стране Чу- www.victorianweb.org/authors/carroll//carrollov.html дес», в «Алисе в Зазеркалье» и особенно в фантастической поэме www.lewiscarroll.org/carroll.html «Охота на Снарка» рассматривает Вселенную как неконтролируе- www.alice-in-wonderland.net/ мый хаотический поток и пытается противопоставить этому фи- Tasks – You will receive from your teacher an index card conлософско-скептичсскому видению мира средства романтической taining a topic and a card suit symbol (diamond, club, spade, heart).

11 Research your specific topic. You are looking for specific, in- When your teacher gives you the signal, Run – clubs and diateresting facts – not everything! Give completed cards to your teacher. monds run clockwise, hearts and spades run counterclockwise.

When you finish, you may assist any member of the class who has a On the signal, Stop and face the classmate in the opposing cirquestion with the same card suit. The class «deck» is complete when cle. Exchange cards.

all research cards have been completed. Read the topic and its notes. You may Ask any questions of the card's owner. You now Own that card and its information. Keep it.

Topics On the signal, Run. Repeat the Stop – Read – Ask – Own procedure 5 times.

1) Charles Lutwidge Dodgson Now, clubs and hearts switch circles.

2) Lewis Carroll, Writer Repeat the Stop – Read – Ask – Own procedure 5 times.

3) Lewis Carroll, Photographer Ending: In the end, you should know a great deal more than 4) Lewis Carroll, Mathematician you did before you played the game.

5) Charles Dodgson, Deacon 6) Alice’s Adventures Underground 7) Alice's Adventures in Wonderland 8) Through the Looking Glass 9) Alice Liddell 10) A photograph of Alice Liddell 11) Opium use in Victorian England 12) What it meant to be a gentleman in Victorian England 13) How children’s lives were different in Victorian England 14) The Riddle of the Raven 15) The servant's life in Victorian England 16) Tanners and their chemicals 17) Quadrille 18) Queen Victoria 19) Mock Turtle soup 20) Gryphon 21) What children studied in school in Victorian England Game – After every class member has completed his/her research, you will gather as a class and play the following game:



The Object of the game is to run around gathering information about the opposing suits and then see how much you remember.

How it is Played:

Your teacher will deal you your own card(s).

Organize yourselves into two concentric circles, clubs and diamonds inside facing hearts and spades.

13 They would sit and talk to me for hours, II. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

When I'm lonely in a world of my own.

There'd be new birds, lots of nice and friendly how-de-do birds, Chapter 1. DOWN THE RABBIT-HOLE Everyone would have a dozen, 1. Read the poem opening the novel and find allusions referring Within that world of my own.

to Lewis Carroll himself and the famous picnic with the Liddell sisters.

I could listen to a brook And here a song, that I could understand.

2. Find the following word-combinations in the text, translate I keep wishing it could be that way, them and dwell upon the situations they are used in.

Because my world would be a.

• To be out of the way to do smth 6. Read the comments by Marc Edmund Jones for Chapter I and • To flash across one’s mind say what you think about it.

• To burn with curiosity • To show off The first great principle of wisdom in the Sabian philosophy as • To doze off revealed through the adventures of Alice is that everything in life is a • Out-of-the way thing sacrament.

• To bring tears into smb’s eyes Here for instance is the item of occult catalysis or coincidence of inspiration in the fact that the eldest Liddell child is named Alice, a • To box smb’s ears Greek word meaning truth, because the bearing of the name by the 3. Watch a part of Disney’s cartoon ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and youngster indicates to the occult student the outer indication of her find as many differences between the book and the cartoon as you can.

possession of these catalytic qualities.

4. Watch a part of the cartoon and say who and in what situa- The achievement of imagination in the book, or the first great tion told this. scientific anticipation, is in the proper employment of symbolism. The function of symbols is to give form to spiritual concept. Carroll here 1....leaders, and had been of late much accustomed to usurpaunwittingly anticipated the dictum recently popularized by modern tion and conquest.

science as anything that man imagines he may achieve.

2. Oh my fur and whiskers! 3. I’m nearly in a stew.

Chapter II. THE POOL OF TEARS 4. What a peculiar place to have a party! 5. But you did give me quite a turn…. One good turn deserves 1. Find the following words in the text, say who felt like this and another. in what situation. Give a number of synonyms of these word6. You almost went out like a candle! combinations. What can cause you to feel like this 7. But look! I'm just the right size! • To be ashamed 5. Listen to Alice’s song and fill in the gaps. • Savage • To feel desperate Cats and rabbits, would _ in fancy little houses, • To cry with a sudden burst of tears And be dressed in shoes and hats and trousers.

• To be surprised In a world of my own.

All the flowers would have very extra special, 15 Against Idleness and Mischief.

• Frightened • Offended (from Divine Songs Attempted in Easy Language for the Use of Children, by I. Watts, 1715) 2. Learn the poem «How doth the little crocodile…» by heart.

3. Give the character sketch of Alice. Prove it using facts from How doth the little busy bee Chapters I and II.

Improve each shining hour, And gather honey all the day 4. Which of the following words can be considered as cultural From every opening flower! ones Why How skillfully she builds her cell! The Multiplication-table, Rome, two feet high, a Dodo, the EngHow neat she spreads the wax! lish coast, bathing machines, a hundred pounds, lodging houses, a walAnd labours hard to store it well rus, William the Conqueror, terrier.

With the sweet food she makes.

5. Read the comments by Marc Edmund Jones for Chapter II In works of labour or of skill, and say what you think about it. I would be busy too;

For Satan finds some mischief still – The second great principle of wisdom in the Philosophy of For idle hands to do.

Concepts as revealed through the adventures of Alice is that conIn books, or work, or healthful play, sciousness is a tangible substance.

Let my first years be passed, – Long before Lewis Carroll wrote this chapter it was well recThat I may give for every day ognized that man is forced to swim through his own tears in life or that Some good account at last.

he creates the substance of his own sensation.

– The symbolism of Alice in Wonderland is brought out exquiChapter III. A CAUCUS-RACE AND A LONG TALE sitely in the falling of the animals into the pool of tears. Animals are in fact the specialized and outer general traits or characteristics of man. 1. Who are the characters of this chapter How did L. Carroll Can you name the traits represented by the creatures depict them Read a short text to get some extra information about – The law of applied psychology or the second big idea for the them.

solution of personal problems is brought out here in the technique of Все нравилось им в этой новой сказке, но, пожалуй, больше accuracy. The parody of Rev. Isaac Watt's «How Doth the Little Busy всего – то, что в сказке говорилось о них. Героиней была средняя Bee» is the first of the book's nonsense verses, and the merit of the из сестер – десятилетняя Алиса. Был в сказке Попугайчик Лори, crocodile conceit lies in the general familiarity of the stanzas thus который все время твердил: «Я старше, и лучше знаю, что к чеtwisted. Fun and nonsense bring out the essence because humor is му!» Это, конечно, Лорнна, старшая из сестер Лидделл. Она очень consciousness-stimulating perversion of seriousness, and the ability to гордилась тем, что ей уже 13 лет. Орленок Эд – это восьмилетняя take outer things lightly with real humor as opposed to the respectЭдит. Робин Дакворт еще в студенческие годы получил прозвище killing counterfeit is the most outstanding mark of genuine mastership.





Робин Гусь. Мышь, к которой все в подземном зале относятся с Why do you think L. Carroll chose this poem for his parody таким почтением, – это гувернантка мисс Прикетт (по прозвищу Колючка). Дина – это кошка Лидделлов, Птица Додо – это, ко17 нечно, сам доктор Доджсон. Волнуясь, он сильно заикался. «До- 2. Watch another part of the cartoon and compare the gist of it До Доджсон», – представлялся он новым знакомым. with the chapter. What was singled out or added Why 2. Read the following word-combinations and say who uttered 3. Note down some examples of functional English.

what in such a way.

a) Requests and orders • To refuse to tell b) Expressing sympathy, comfort • To frown c) Expressing anger or disappointment • To reply crossly 4. Put the following phrases in the order of their appearance.

• To say in a melancholy tone And dwell on the situation.

• To say in an offended tone 1) I suppose I'll be taking orders from Dinah next.

• To cry sharply 2) Excuse me sir, but- but I've been trying to...

• To growl 3) Must go. Goodbye. Hello. I'm late, I'm late, I'm late! • To say snappishly 4) Bill, lad, you're passing up a golden opportunity! • To reply eagerly 5) Ah, young lady! Do you have a match • To call out in a trembling voice 6) Uh, steady old champ. Can't be as bad as all that you know.

3. Dramatize the conversation among the creatures and Alice.

7) Drat that girl.

Pay attention to tunes and tone, way of speaking and manner of behav8) At your service, governor! iour.

9) No cooperation, no cooperation at all! 10) We'll smoke the monster out... no! No, my poor house and 4. In the ‘driest’ story the Mouse knew it mentioned William the furniture...

Conqueror, Edwin and Morcar, the earls of Mercia and Northumbria, Stigand and Edgar Atheling. What do you know about these people If 5. Read the comments by Marc Edmund Jones for Chapter IV nothing search the Internet or encyclopedias for necessary informaand say what you think about it.

tion. What was L. Carroll’s purpose to mention their names in the The fourth great principle of wisdom in the Philosophy of Conbook for children cepts as revealed through the adventures of Alice is that man does not change. Growth is expansion or realization in self. Real self is changeChapter IV. RABBIT SENDS IN A LITTLE BILL less. The symbolism of this fourth chapter in Alice is therefore inter1. Find the following words in the text, translate them and dwell esting in showing that no matter what happens to Alice she is the same upon the situation they are used in.

in real power and being, or that whether large or small she is the same to herself and to those about her.

• To go massages for smb When she is penned up in the room of the rabbit's house she is • To uncork the bottle aware of the discomfort of her size and she is perfectly willing to try to • To make a snatch in the air catch a little animal with her hand or kick at one of them in the chim• Cucumber-frames ney, but it never enters her head to associate unusual strength with un• To be flustered to do smth usual size or to attempt to break her way out of the house. Alice to • Panting herself is proportionate to the room that to her is real, and she is unable Make up a dialogue using these words.

19 to take advantage of her strength because her great size is proportion- Alice: Well, I can't remember things as I used to, and...

ately unreal. The same point is illustrated later and with reverse em- Caterpillar:_.

phasis when again as a tiny mite she plays with the puppy who towers Alice: Hmm Oh! Oh, oh, yes, sir! Um... how doth the little over her and threatens her with its sheer weight and friendliness. Size busy bee, improve each shi...

and other external accidents have nothing at all to do with reality. Caterpillar: Stop! That is not spoken correcitically. It goes:

how...

Chapter V. ADVICE FROM A CATERPILLAR Alice: Hihihi! Caterpillar: Hmm! How doth the little crocodile improve his 1. Answer the questions:

shining tail. And pour the waters of the Nile, on every golden_.

• Why can’t Alice answer the Caterpillar’s question «Who are How cheer... how cheer... Ahem! you» Alice: Hihihihi! Caterpillar: How cheerfully he seems to grin, how neatly • Why does Lewis Carroll choose to change Alice's size What spreads his_. And welcomes little fishes in, with gently smildoes this frequent change in Alice's height signify ing.

• Comment on Alice’s words «I can’t remember things I used – Alice: Well I must say I've never heard it that way before...

and I don’t keep the same size for ten minutes together!» Do you think Caterpillar: I know, I have _it.

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