Now more than one hundred years after Lewis Carroll's immortal "Through the Looking-Glass" was published, lovers of the "Alice" books have a new episode written by Carroll in which Alice meets an aged, bad-tempered wasp who wears a yellow wig. The episode, which was originally intended to follow the White Knight sequence in Chapter VIII, is rich in Carrollian humor, nonsense, and wordplay; and it contains a five-stanza poem referencing the yellow wig. According to Martin Gardner, the discovery a
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I had a decent wig the first time but the hairline in the front didn’t look real. I saw a comment saying the Joseph Paris MHP wig is not worth the money.
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