"The Hunting of the Snark"

An agony in eight fits illustrated.

Beautiful and fascinating.  Not certain how much the illustrations have to do with Snark so much as they have to do with the feeling conjured by entering Carroll's dangerous world.


  1. Much to do, too much to say in words! The Snarkian Mutiverse is best sampled in these tart and lively anapests coated with a rich hearty sauce of thick, black clotted lumps of pen and ink drawings.

    Onwards with forks and hope, to lunch …

  2. Dear Mr. Singh,

    I'm so pleased you stopped by and I thank you for the comment. Your work is utterly fascinating and beautiful, and you've chosen a most worthy inspiration for this study!

    Thanks again.




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