Christopher Lee Reads Lewis Carroll’s Jabberwocky
Posted by Jon Lyus on April 11, 2010
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Lee] set about reading Carroll’s poem and it was a moment I’ll never forget. His deep, sonorous tones filled the room as he
began, and with every line he psychically grew until he was giving us a real performance, stern eyes held his audience, and
his voice grew to a fury before ebbing to a playful end – my words cannot do it justice.
The man had an orchestral voice and a presence unlike any I’ve seen. Hearing this man, with such a history and still a
tangible command over an audience was a genuine experience. Carroll’s words have never resonated with me like that.