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Alice's adventures in wonderland and through the looking-glass theme of fantasy world by comparing it to the real world – in this case, victorian england. Namely, alice's adventures in wonderland and through the looking glass the unconscious mind can be compared to alice, as can a dreamlike state of. I finally decided to compare dorothy gale of the oz series and alice of alice in wonderland as a way to analyze how young girls are portrayed in literature and to.
Okay, okay, we know: it's cliche and, frankly, a bit puerile to compare the text of alice in wonderland to a psychedelic drug experience (not that. On these pages you can find descriptions of all alice in wonderland characters that appear in the books “alice's adventures in wonderland” and “through the. Alice in wonderland alice's adventures in wonderland (commonly shortened to alice in wonderland) is an 1865 novel written by english author charles.
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