Magic lantern slide 6

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The prompts that accompanied these magic lantern slides borrow heavily from Lewis Carroll’s text, just as the slides closely echo Tenniel’s original designs



The King turned to the Jury: “Consider your verdict,” he said. “No, No!” said the Queen, “sentence first,
verdict afterwards.” “Stuff and nonsense!” said Alice loudly. “Off with her head!” shouted the Queen.
“Who cares for you, said Alice, you’re nothing but a pack of cards!” … And then the whole pack rose up
into the air, and came flying down upon her. She gave a little scream and tried to beat them off, and
then found herself lying on the bank with her head in her sister’s lap, whilst some dead leaves fluttered
down from the trees upon her face. “Oh, I’ve had such a curious dream!” said Alice, and she told her
sister of her strange adventures in Wonderland.

Image Caption:
W. Butcher & Sons
Alice in Wonderland
Magic lantern slides issued in the Primus junior lecturers' series, number 778d
London, 1905-1908
The Pierpont Morgan Library, New York. Gift of Arthur A. Houghton, Jr., 1987, PML 352354.1-7.
Photography by Graham S. Haber, 2015.