Analysis Of The Book ' Alice 's Adventures '

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In 2010, in partnership with the Walt Disney, Tim Burton arranged to recreate the classic tale “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”, a famous English storybook written by Lewis Carroll in 1865. Burton’s adaptation of Carroll’s original tale takes quite a few liberties in order to make a more connected message of growth and renewal he believed was needed in order to enhance the story of Alice. The character Alice extracted from such classic tale and the alike lends herself to an interesting discussion relating to feminism and contemporary ideology. It can be said that Lewis Carroll’s “Alice Adventures in Wonderland” laid a foundation of the feminist Alice while Tim Burton enhanced Alice into becoming a feminist martyr in the film “Alice in Wonderland”. Even though Burton’s Alice is still trying to find her identity while traveling “Underland”, she has transformed into a stronger more heroic version of the original Alice. Burton’s adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s original tale takes quite a few liberties in order to make a more cohesive message of progress he believed was needed in order to enhance Carroll’s tale.
The plot of “Alice in Wonderland” still follows Alice Kingsleigh (Mia Wasikowska) as the protagonist but focuses on her later years as it attempts to incorporate film and book. Alice in Wonderland takes place in Victorian England a time where a youthful woman’s career was to be innocent, virtuous and ignorant of intellectual opinion. Alice, at the prime age of 19, is
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