So that’s how I started my day, today.
The quote is from:
Alice in Wonderland
by Lewis Carroll, English author & recreational mathematician (1832 – 1898)
I love the fact that he was a recreational mathematician, what an odd combination with writing books like Alice in Wonderland.
You can read Lewis Carrols classics online for free.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is on the wishlist for Bill Nighy to read next, though it seems that people fancy him returning to being a vampire. I wouldn’t really mind him becoming a vampire again either.And Lewis Carroll’s Through the looking glass has already been read for Silksoundbooks by Julia McKenzie (who was in Notes on a Scandal).
It’s 6 degrees all over again.
Today they will let me sit in a sound studio for 2 hours to listen to voicilicious people. Rock ‘n roll, baby.
4 thoughts to “Really”
Bill has surely got the looks being a vampire, but it’s difficult to see “reading” a soundbook :-)
i love that quote.
@Pedro: I have no problem seeing him when hearing him, with my eyes closed.
@laura: me too, it’s very close to who I am.
my favorite LC quote:
“The time has come,” the Walrus said, “To talk of many things: Of shoes–and ships–and sealing-wax– Of cabbages–and kings– And why the sea is boiling hot– And whether pigs have wings.”