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  • Alice in Wonderland

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    Role of Rational Thinking in Alice’s Identity Crisis Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland follows the story of young Alice trapped in the world of Wonderland after falling down through a rabbit-hole. The rabbit-hole which is filled with bookshelves, maps, and other objects foreshadows the set of rules, the ones Alice is normally accustomed to, will be defied in Wonderland. This conflict between her world and Wonderland becomes evident shortly after her arrival as evinced by chaos in “Pool of Tears”

  • Psychoanism In Alice In Wonderland

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    Based on the children’s literary work written by Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland is a fictional film that was directed by Tim Burton.  The film is set in Wonderland inside of Alice’s dream, so viewers are able to recognize the lack of order and the fantasies of children.  One of the major themes seen in the movie is childhood, specifically the development into adulthood, which is depicted in other characters besides Alice.  Alice, however, is used as the primary symbol for what children in the

  • Mimesis in Alice in Wonderland

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    in Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass A quest in search for the elements which consitute a new notion of mimesis in Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass Mimésis ve světové literatuře/Klára Kolínská, Úterý 10:50 – 12:25 “Who in the world am I?” Ah, that’s the great puzzle.[1] This question, asked by Alice herself at the beginning of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, anticipates

  • Alice In Wonderland Essay

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    Throughout Alice´s Adventures in Wonderland, Alice encounters numerous creatures. These creatures challenge, guide or offend Alice, which in the end helps her grow and rediscover herself. All characters are important to Alice´s growth, yet some are more important than others. The first character Alice encounters is the White Rabbit. During their meeting, the Rabbit mistakes Alice for his maid Mary Ann, and requests she get his gloves and fan, which he forgot at home. His attitude towards Alice,

  • Alice in Wonderland Essay

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    Alice in Wonderland Alice in Wonderland by Charles L Dodgeson (Lewis Carrol) is a classic masterpiece and example of great literature. Many people know of this book as merely a child’s tale or a Disney movie. As both were adopted from the book, many of the ideas were not. I have my own feelings and opinions of this book. Remarkable use of words and an originally creative theme and plot structure are both used in this book. The author of this novel used many hidden meanings, symbolism, and ambiguous

  • Alice In Wonderland Analysis

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    Marriage has not always been about love. All throughout history, women were uprooted from their normal lives and forced into loveless relationships as ways to provide their family money or power. This is the starting for Disney’s Alice in Wonderland. Alice is a young woman who is proposed by Hamish, the son of Lord Ascot, per her mother’s request. After running away from the proposal, Alice falls down a rabbit hole into Underland where she meets some peculiar characters. Told that she must kill

  • Book Report : ' Wonderland '

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    peculiarity didn’t just stop at her looks though, her homeland was like nothing any of us have seen in our terribly boring lives, her home was like a fever dream, it was fleeting and mind-boggling and beautiful and terrifying all at once. It was called Wonderland. Her real name before she became an almost human, was the Cheshire Cat, she was for this reason, peculiar, for she was no longer a cat with a smile but a smile without a complete cat. The odd young woman slowly crept up the cobblestone street, careful

  • Alice In Wonderland Analysis

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    The film Alice in Wonderland (1951)- Disney's animated adaptation of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is the most well known. The story is mainly for children. Disney combined scenes from both ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland’ and ‘Through the Looking Glass’ for the storyline, and characters like the Griffin, the Mock Turtle, the Duchess, the Jabberwock and Humpty Dumpty, were left out. I believe he did this because he thought that those characters were either too evil to be in a children’s movie

  • Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

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    Is Alice's Adventures in Wonderland as absurd and nonsensical as it seems to be—without any traces of morals hiding underneath the bizarre shaped tea cups and crooked smiles? Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, written by an English author in 1865 under the pseudonym Lewis Carroll, contains obscurities that leave people uncertain due to the nonsense. The novel holds many obscurities, such as a disappearing Cheshire Cat, a personified rabbit, and a caterpillar who smokes from a hookah. These characters

  • «Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland»

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