A fantastical dreaded monster with flaming eyes who is depicted in a poem of Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll.
Origin: See Jabberwocky.
Jabberwock is a 1972 play by American playwrights Jerome Lawrence and Robert Edwin Lee, a semi-biographical account of the childhood of author/cartoonist/playwright James Thurber. It focuses on his early life and his eccentric family as they live through World War I.
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