Lewis Carroll

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Lewis Carroll's "The Walrus and the Carpenter", from "Alice in Wonderland". Like the other verses therein, when you characterize the voices, all confusion disappears. They are either parodies of dreadful verse lessons for Victorian youths, or "Jabberwocky" is a compact film screenplay before film existed. Not surprising Monty Python made a film of it. There are a couple of mike pops but hope you enjoy it. One take with slight edits on a couple of fluffed words. John Ellis, creator of the Shakespeare Sonnet Workshop, the tenets of which work well on all verse, even song lyrics.

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