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Old 03-03-2011, 05:35 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by carmenchu View Post
As with 'Alice in Wonderland', I am posting this classic - in my opinion a Fantasy full of humour, not only for children - after unsuccessfully searching for a good free epub version with the Tenniel illustrations.
The best in that line appears to be found at the Adelaide University, but it lacks most of the images...

This version has been made (thanks to Calibre and Sigil) from:
  • the basic text at Project Gutemberg (re-formatted, italics put back)
  • the images from two different versions at the Internet Archive, edited with IrfanView.
If you aren't aware of it, Project Gutenberg has an ebook of just the Tenniel illustrations: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/114

You might want to compare against the sources you used.
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