bandersnatch


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bandersnatch

(ˈbændəˌsnætʃ)
n
a fictional creature created by Lewis Carroll in his poem Jabberwocky, and appearing also in The Hunting of the Snark and Through the Looking-Glass
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But while he was seeking with thimbles and care, A Bandersnatch swiftly drew nigh And grabbed at the Banker, who shrieked in despair, For he knew it was useless to fly.
He offered large discount--he offered a check(Drawn "to bearer") for seven-pounds-ten: But the Bandersnatch merely extended its neck And grabbed at the Banker again.
The Bandersnatch fled as the others appeared Led on by that fear-stricken yell: And the Bellman remarked "It is just as I feared
Formed in 1973 in San Francisco by former members of Santana (Neal Schon, Gregg Rolie) and Frumious Bandersnatch (Ross Valory), Journey's popularity peaked between 1978 and 1987-marked by a series of hit songs including 'Don't Stop Believin'' (1981) from the album 'Escape,' which went to No.
The trailer also introduces a new enemy, the Bandersnatch.
Owen of the Inklings (with a bandersnatch often appearing nearby) support the book's collaborative theme, besides inviting their own study as an intriguing complement to the text.
There is a riotous ragtag band of bold adventurers including the Banker, the Boy, the Butcher, the Baker, Mr Bellman, the Bandersnatch, the Boojum and the knitting Beaver, as they set off on an epic quest to catch the elusive Snark.
Take a trip to the theatre for The Hunting of the Snark Featuring puppetry, lashings of daftness and an original soundtrack, this summer production follows the Banker, the Boy, the Butcher, the Bellman, the Bandersnatch, the Boojum and the knitting Beaver in a retelling of the Lewis Carroll poem.
It suggests a dangerous beast from the old stories, a creature in league with the Jabberwok and the frumious Bandersnatch, possibly imaginary but nonetheless fearsome.
Bandersnatch Cummerbund The figures might be correct but that doesn't help when Look North shows a Kirklees parent home schooling her child because she can't get her into the same one as her sibling.
The poem mentions many living creatures, toves, borogoves, raths, the Jubjub bird, the Tumtum tree, the Bandersnatch.
Meanwhile, in Wonderland, a Bandersnatch is disposed to find Alice.