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Alice In Wonderland

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Alice in Wonderland is a fictional story by Lewis Carroll. This book involves more then these 4 characters but these are the only ones I will be talking about. Alice is the main character and she is a young adventurous, nosey and sometimes shy young girl. She has long blonde hair and an unusual composure for a young girl, who finds herself falling down a rabbit hole. She is a bright young girl but she made many mistakes. She grows to be more confident as the story unwinds. The next character is the white rabbit. Alice’s adventures begin when she follows the white rabbit down a rabbit hole. He is a herald and a messenger at the court of the King and Queen of hearts. He carries a pocket watch through out the book; he carries this because he is very worried about being late for his very important date. If he were late, the Queen would probably have his head cut off. Another character is the Cheshire cat, possessing remarkably sharp claws and frightening sharp teeth; the Cheshire cat is courteous and helpful, despite his alarming appearance. His face is fixed in an eerie grin. He can make any and all parts of his body disappear and reappear. Alice has many conflicts with many people in this story. One of them is The Queen Of Hearts who is nasty, brutal, and loud. The Queen delights in ordering executions, although everyone seems to get pardoned in the end. The people of Wonderland are terrified of her. Although Alice initially thinks she is silly, she grows frightened of her. In the end, however, a giant-size Alice is able to stand up to the Queen's temper and her threats. Alice is sitting with her sister outdoors when she sees a White Rabbit with a pocket watch. Fascinated by him, she follows the rabbit down the hole. She falls for a long time, and finds herself in a long hallway full of doors. There is a key on the table, which unlocks a tiny door; through this door, she spots a beautiful garden. She wants to get th...

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