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Brooker, Will: Alice’s Adventures. Lewis Carroll in Popular Culture. London, New York: Continuum, 2004. (380 S.)  
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DiCecco, Nico: "Reflections on the Looking Glass. Adaptation as Sex and Psychosis in Lost Girls." In: Sexual Ideology in the Works of Alan Moore. Critical Essays on the Graphic Novels. Hrsg. v. Todd E. Comer und Joseph Michael Sommers. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2012, S. 124–135.  
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Friant-Kessler, Brigitte: "Unidentified Graphic Objects? Eccentricity and Graphic Afterlives in Contemporary British Graphic Novels (Martin Rowson; Bryan Talbot)." In: Leaves 6 (2018), S. 10–23, .  
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Jungbluth, Eva: "After Alice. Wonderland’s Autonomy in Tommy Kovac’s and Sonny Liew’s Comic." In: ‘Tantalizing Alice’. Approaches, Concepts and Case-Studies in Adaptations of a Classic. Hrsg. v. Sissy Helff und Nadia Butt. (ELCH - Studies in English Literary and Cultural History, 67.) Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2016, S. 155–180.  
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Laity, Kathryn A. "“Avast, Land-Lubbers!”. Reading Lost Girls as a Post-Sadeian Text." In: Sexual Ideology in the Works of Alan Moore. Critical Essays on the Graphic Novels. Hrsg. v. Todd E. Comer und Joseph Michael Sommers. Jefferson, London: McFarland, 2012, S. 138–149.  
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Morris, Frankie: Artist of Wonderland. The Life, Political Cartoons, and Illustrations of Tenniel. (Victorian Literature and Culture.) Charlottesville: Univ. of Virginia Press, 2005. (405 S.)  
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Pietrzak-Franger, Monika: "Adapting Alice in Wonderland. Cultural Legacies in Contemporary Graphic Novels." In: Drawing on the Victorians. The Palimpsest of Victorian and Neo-Victorian Graphic Texts. Hrsg. v. Anna Maria Jones und Rebecca N. Mitchell. (Series in Victorian Studies.) Athens: Ohio Univ. Press, 2017, S. 67–89.  
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Pilinovsky, Helen: "Body as Wonderland. Alice’s Graphic Iteration in Lost Girls." In: Alice beyond Wonderland. Essays for the Twenty-First Century. Hrsg. v. Cristopher Hollingsworth. Iowa City: Univ. of Iowa Press, 2009, S. 175–198.  
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Reichmann, Wolfgang: "»Was lesen wir denn da?« – Über Nicolas Mahlers visuelle Verdichtung und intertextuelle Fortschreibung von H. C. Artmanns Frankenstein in Sussex." In: Graphisches Erzählen. Neue Perspektiven auf Literaturcomics. Hrsg. v. Florian Trabert, Mara Stuhlfauth-Trabert und Johannes Waßmer. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2015, S. 125–144.  
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Round, Julia: "Contrariwise!. Breaking rules in Bryan Talbot’s Alice in Sunderland." In: Critical Engagements 3.1 (2009), S. 180–201.  
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Sewell, Byron, Mark Burstein und Alan Tannenbaum: Pictures and Conversations: Lewis Carroll in the Comics. An Annotated International Bibliography. 2. Aufl. Austin: Ivory Floor, 2005. (100 S.)  
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Siemann, Catherine: "“But I’m grown up now”. Alice in the Twenty-First Century." In: Neo-Victorian Studies 5.1 (2012), S. 175–201, .  
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Tribunella, Eric L. "Literature for Us “Older Children”. Lost Girls, Seduction Fantasies, and the Reeducation of Adults." In: Journal of Popular Culture 25.3 (2012), S. 628–648.  
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Venkatesan, Sathyaraj und Raghavi Ravi Kasthuri: "“Magic and Laughter”. Graphic Medicine, Recasting Alzheimer Narratives and Dana Walrath’s Aliceheimer’s: Alzheimer’s Through the Looking Glass." In: Concentric 44.1 (2018), S. 61–84.  
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Yoshinaga, Ida: "A Transmedial Narratological Reading of Racialized and Colonial Sexual Fantasies in the Libertarian Feminist Graphic Novel, Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie’s Lost Girls." In: Postmodern Reinterpretations of Fairy Tales. How Applying New Methods Generates New Meanings. Hrsg. v. Anna Kérchy. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen, 2011, S. 403–420.  
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