Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the by Lewis Carroll, Tan Lin

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After her various encounters, Alice probably wonders what would it mean for her feelings to feel real? Wonderland abounds with rules, but are there any logical rules to having feelings? How should Alice talk to a Cheshire Cat or a Mad Hatter or a pet kitten named Dinah? Children tend to see animals as fellow creatures and are quite as comfortable talking to them as they are to people. It must be remembered that the kitten does not answer Alice舗s questions and most of Alice舗s conversations are unsatisfying: She quietly walked away: but she couldn舗t help saying to herself as she went, 舠Of all the unsatisfactory舒舡 (she repeated this aloud, as it was a great comfort to have such a long word to say) 舠of all the unsatisfactory people I ever met舒舡 She never finished the sentence, for at this moment a heavy crash shook the forest from end to end (p.

Alice, page 125) Š 舗Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe. Š 舠Beware the Jabberwock, my son! The jaws that bite, the claws that catch! 舡 (Looking-Glass, page 218) Š 舠You don舗t know how to manage Looking-glass cakes,舡 the Unicorn remarked. com/classics Š Alice舗s Adventures in Wonderland was first published in 1865. Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There was first published in 1871. Š Published in 2004 by Barnes & Noble Classics with new Introduction, Notes, Biography, Chronology, Inspired By, Comments & Questions, and For Further Reading.

In one of her most remarkable early bouts of reasoning, Alice concludes that if she drinks from the bottle, 舠something interesting is sure to happen舡 (p. 44). Before the end of Alice舗s Adventures in Wonderland, the good-natured Alice will have been distracted from her boredom and will have experienced a host of emotions, from bewilderment over bottles and the right vs. left sides of mushrooms, exasperation with the Mad Hatter舗s table manners, anger over the rudeness of countless inhabitants of Wonderland, enchantment with miniature gardens, fear of an enormous puppy, and loneliness at having driven a mouse away.

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