In Honor of Alice Through the Looking Glass
Ever since Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland debuted in 1865, with John Tenniel’s famous illustrations of its title character as a pinafore-wearing, Victorian tween, both the story and the images that accompanied it have become iconic. Although Alice is commonly considered children’s literature, it bears re-reading at any age.
Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland drops curious young Alice down a rabbit hole and into an underground world that just gets "curiouser and curiouser ." In Wonderland, Alice attempts to understand and impose logic on this illogical dream -world as she faces off
against the White Rabbit, the Cheshire -Cat, the Blue Caterpillar, the Mad Hatter, and ultimately the Queen of Hearts. Though Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is sometimes referred to as nonsense literature, hidden in Carroll's wordplay are satirical jibes at the politics and propriety of Victorian England!
The story and characters have been so loved movie studios still love to produce versions of this beloved story.
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White Rabbit Collection!