Because the next Ad Alta Voce meeting will be all about literary cats, I was hunting through the Net for a suitable Italian translation of Edward Lear’s The Owl and the Pussycat*, when I stumbled on a website boasting no less than 126 translations of the poem in 111 languages… Continue reading
The original 1923 cover by Zalshupin for Anya in Wonderland, young Nabokov’s Russian not-quite-translation from Lewis Carroll, with changed names and Russian nursery-rhymes…
Who knew? Or that Salvador Dalì once made illustrations for Alice? All of this and much more can be seen in this fascinating exhibition at the Ransom Center of the University of Texas.