Ma Loko o ke Aniani Ku a me ka Mea i Loa'a ia 'Aleka ma Laila: Through the Looking-Glass in Hawaiian by Lewis CarrollMa Loko o ke Aniani Ku a me ka Mea i Loa'a ia 'Aleka ma Laila: Through the Looking-Glass in Hawaiian by Lewis Carroll

Ma Loko o ke Aniani Ku a me ka Mea i Loa'a ia 'Aleka ma Laila: Through the Looking-Glass in Hawaiian

byLewis CarrollTranslated byR. Keao NeSmithIllustratorJohn Tenniel

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He mo?olelo ?o "Na Hana Kupanaha a ?Aleka ma ka ?Aina Kamaha?o" no ke kau wela i ho?opuka ?ia e Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) no ka manawa mua ma Iulai o ka 1865. Ua pili na kanaka he nui o loko o ia puke i ka pa?ani pepa. He mo?olelo ?o "Ma Loko o ke Aniani Ku a me ka Mea i Loa?a ia ?Aleka ma Laila" no ke kau anu i ho?opuka ?ia e Carroll no ka manawa mua i Kekemapa o ka 1871. Ma keia mo?olelo ?elua, ua pili na kanaka o ka mo?olelo i ka pa?ani he mu kakela. ?O ke kanaka mea nui loa i loko o na puke ?elua, ?o Alice Liddell, ke kaikamahine a ke Po?o o ke Kulanui o Christ Church ma Oxford i ?Enelani, kahi i hana ai ?o Dodgson ma ke ?ano he polopeka makemakika. Me ka hanau ?ia ?ana no o Alice Liddell i ka 1852, iwakalua mau makahiki ma hope o Dodgson, he mea nui ?o ia i loko o na puke ?elua ma kona ?ano he kaikamahine ?opiopio he ?ehiku ona makahiki, ?o ia kona makahiki i ka hui mua ?ana o Dodgson me ia. ?Ike ?ia ke aloha o Carroll ia Alice Liddell ma ka nana ?ana i na mele ma ka ho?omaka a me ka pau ?ana o ka puke. He pono na?e ke ho?omaopopo a?e ua ku?e?e na makua o Alice me Carroll i ka 1864 a ua kaka?ikahi loa ka hui ?ana o Carroll me Alice ma ia hope mai. -- "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is a summer tale published by Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) for the first time in July 1865. Many of the characters and adventures in that book have to with a pack of cards. "Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There" is a winter tale, which Carroll first published in December 1871. In this second tale, the characters and adventures are based on the game of chess. The heroine of both books is Alice Liddell, daughter of the Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, where Dodgson was a tutor in mathematics. Although Alice Liddell was born in 1852, twenty years later than Dodgson, she appears in both books as a little girl of seven, the age she was when Dodgson met her for the first time. It's clear from the poems at the beginning and end of the book that Carroll was very fond of Alice Liddell. One should note, however, that Alice's parents had a disagreement with Carroll in 1864 and Carroll saw Alice very little indeed thereafter.

Title:Ma Loko o ke Aniani Ku a me ka Mea i Loa'a ia 'Aleka ma Laila: Through the Looking-Glass in HawaiianFormat:PaperbackDimensions:190 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.44 inPublished:March 8, 2017Publisher:EvertypeLanguage:Hawaiian

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?Olelo Mua no ka Puka ?ana o ka 1897; I. Ka Hale Aniani Ku; II. Ke Kihapai Pua Ola; III. Na Mu o ke Aniani Ku; IV. Wa?awa?ana?aupo laua ?o Wa?awa?ana?auao; V. Ka Hulu Hipa a me ka Wai; VI. Nu?upe Walawala; VII. Ka Liona a me ka Le?ema; VIII. “Na?u iho no i Haku”; IX. Ka Mo?i Wahine ?o ?Aleka; X. Ka Ho?oluliluli ?ana; XI. Ke Ala ?ana; XII. Na Wai i Moe?; Ka Nalo Hope?o me ka Lauoho Ku?i