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Su Blackwell's book sculpture. Alice translated by Vladimir Nabokov. The Unanswerable Question. One day in 1842, the thirty-eight-year old Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote in his notebook: “To write a dream, which shall resemble the real course of a dream, with all its inconsistency, its eccentricities and aimlessness—with nevertheless a leading idea running through the whole.

The Unanswerable Question

Up to this old age of the world, no such thing has ever been written.” Indeed. Lewis Carroll Society of North America. The simple little picture book 2007. Curiouser and Curiouser.