Rowing with the sheep
Sir John Tenniel
Wood-engraving by Dalziel
Illustration for the fifth chapter of Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass (1871)
This illustration and the passage it illustrates exemplify how Lewis Carroll uses an element of dreams — here the way they have sudden, inexplicable transitions — to lead the readers into the following chapter. How does the ilustration differ from the transition in the text?
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