Chesapeake Forum instructor Ron Lesher will reveal the many hidden meanings revealed in this Trilogy. Who knew that Lewis Carroll ever contemplated or wrote a draft of the third book of what is now known as the Alice trilogy? Carroll was a math teacher who wrote Alice in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass, and Alice Exeunt, the long-lost completion of the Alice trilogy. There are many hidden meanings revealed in the trilogy when viewed from math lenses. Join a (re)tired math teacher to search for the hidden (and not so hidden) meanings. Choose between ZOOM classes or RECORDED, 3 Sessions Tuesdays Oct. 26, Nov 2, 9 from 3:30-5:00 pm, $30.
Ron Lesher is a graduate of Lafayette College and has two additional degrees from Lehigh University. He has worked as an educational researcher and a secondary school teacher of physics and calculus. More recently he has a long track record of flunking retirement. Martin Gardner’s insights into Alice have been a five-decade long interest. To register for this class or to find the list of Fall classes visit the website: A (Re)tired Math Teacher Looks at the “Alice” Trilogy – Chesapeake Forum.