What Is Lewis Carroll's Alice Compared To Tim Burton

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By the same token, Lewis Carroll portrayed Alice as a strong will mind individual, where Tim Burton’s Alice was recreated into the heroine by chance. Lewis Carroll’s Alice did not need strength, but used her knowledge when combating a problem. Rich says, “No male writer has written primarily or even largely for women” One can state Carroll’s Alice could be writing for the female reader, compared to Burton’s Alice, who slowly regains confidence from male supports. Carroll’s Alice follows her path, even when talking to The Cheshire Cat, Alice says,” So long as I get somewhere.” The Cheshire Cat replies, “Oh, you're sure to do that, if only you walk long enough.” Prove that’s Carroll’s Alice was a free minded person, compared to Burton’s Alice
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