Quotes In Alice In Wonderland

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Alice in wonderland is a children’s novel that has entire worlds of meaning to different people. The story is told in a very childish matter and begins with the tale of our young friend Alice who upon seeing a white rabbit running, she begins to chase the white rabbit and falls down the rabbit’s hole and winds up finding herself in a very peculiar world. Right away as Alice explores the rabbit hole she stumbles across many things that don’t belong such as cupboards and dressers and she quickly realizes she has entered an odd interpretation of reality where sense has turned to nonsense. As Alice see’s the white rabbit and takes off to catch it she has no idea of the images she will have to face and the ways the word is about to be exposed. …show more content…
One point that wonderland makes very clear is the way we treat creatures that are not human. The story constantly has animals making the rules and playing the humans as fools. Alice has a funny way of acknowledging it saying sarcastically but with the remark “Goodness. I suppose I’ll be taking orders from Dinah next” (Dinah is Alice cat in the real world.). Alice says this in response to the white rabbit ordering her around but I find it to be an interesting moment as it exposes the way humans put themselves over animals instead of seeing them as equal they boss them around and believe that because it is an animal it has less rights. The same way Alice actually begins to rely on the pets to keep her going, When Alice finds herself alone in the trees crying because she has left her side a mysterious cat arrives and soothes Alice and helps get her on her way. Of course Cheshire does love his riddles and has a lot to his character and symbolizes many different things in his own way he …show more content…
BY wonderland becoming some sort of mad world it allows the novel to expose many scenarios in a very mystique way. With characters that bring different meaning all on their own and giant meanings together. The novel does the trick in trying to teach Alice the lesson of life is to beautiful and interesting to rush, Alice continually rushes and tries to keep going instead of ever taking a step back and enjoying the beauty she lies in. She’s in a fight with time even though she has no rush. All the characters act on this issue in one way or the other. They all have messages in them about the time. From the white rabbit famously saying “I 'm late / I 'm late / for a very important date. / No time to say "Hello, Goodbye". / I 'm late, I 'm late, I 'm late”. We have all heard this being said and just lough and blow it off but the beauty of this moment is in this whole story where the rabbit is rushing because he must be somewhere, when the time comes when he belongs there he arrives the same time as everyone else. Even though he rushed more than anyone he still arrived same time as everyone. It shows that even if you rush more than everyone, in the end you end up in the same place. The mad hatter a very interesting character that has frown famous for being mad is in his own realm of battling

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