No. 51, The Hunting of the Snark (August 2012)

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Table of Contents

  1.           Elmer/Dening, ‘A map they could all understand’

  2.           Carroll, Preface (1876)

                FIT THE FIRST

  3.           Elmer/Dening, ‘He had seven coats on when he came’

  4.           Carroll, The Landing (1876)

                FIT THE SECOND

  5.           Elmer/Dening, ‘Had only one notion for crossing the ocean’

  6.           Carroll, The Bellman’s Speech (1876)

                FIT THE THIRD

  7.           Elmer/Dening, ‘You may charm it with smiles and soap’

  8.           Carroll, The Baker’s Tale (1876)

                FIT THE FOURTH

  9.           Elmer/Dening, ‘Tis your glorious duty to seek it!’

10.           Carroll, The Hunting (1876)

                FIT THE FIFTH

11.           Elmer/Dening, ‘If I had but the time . . . ’

12.           Carroll, The Beaver’s Lesson (1876)

                FIT THE SIXTH

13.           Elmer/Dening, ‘What the pig was supposed to have done’

14.           Carroll, The Barrister’s Dream (1876)

                FIT THE SEVENTH

15.           Elmer/Dening, ‘Words whose utter inanity . . . ’

16.           Carroll, The Banker’s Fate (1876)

                FIT THE EIGHTH

17.           Elmer/Dening, ‘He had softly and suddenly vanished away’

18.           Carroll, The Vanishing (1876)

19.           Epilogue

Material for the collages was taken from Henry Holiday’s original illustrations for The Hunting of the Snark (1876), from texts and images in The Conservative Manifesto (2010); from screen stills of participants in the BBC documentary The Secret History of Our Streets (2012); and from photographs on the internet.


One Response to “No. 51, The Hunting of the Snark (August 2012)”

  1. Dear Englishmen, you keep underestimating the Snark:

    Best regards from Munich

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