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Copy of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Archetypes
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Archetypes In the novel, Alice in Wonderland, the bridge is a major archetype.
At the beginning of the story, Alice follows a white rabbit into a hole to see where he ends up going. Shortly after entering the hole, she realizes that she is falling to an unknown place. When she finally reaches the ground, she notices that she is no longer at home, and is in "Wonderland". This is the point where Alice is going from one world to the next. Falling down the hole represents the "bridge" linking the two worlds. Bridge: Falling Down the Hole Right from the beginning, the Queen was a witch to Alice. When the two first met, the Queen stated that she wanted to chop off Alice's head without an explanation of why she was there in the first place. Although she is the Queen of an enchanted garden, she still held the power behind Wonderland and controlled everything that came in her way. Alic'es goal was to overturn not only the Queen, but the entire Wonderland as well. Witch: The Queen of Hearts In the novel, The Pool of Tears represents the Sea. The Sea represents eternity and infinity as well as danger and chaos. When Alice falls into the Pool of Tears, she believes that she is in an ocean that could possibly lead her home. This is also the place where she meets the Mouse. At this point, while in the Pool of Tears, she realizes that she is small, like everybody else, and that she can speak to almost every animal in Wonderland. Sea: The Pool of Tears In "Alice's Adventures In Wonderland" the color red is very prominent. Red symbolizes passion as well as violence and danger. Many objects in the novel are red, including the Queen's outfits and the way the gardeners paint the white roses red. The Queen is always angry, especially towards Alice, whom doesn't deserve it, which explains why she is always wearing red. Red Alice is the main character in Alice in Wonderland. From the beginning, Alice has many obstacles to get through. Alice's adventure begins when she follows a white rabbit, who seems to be in a hurry, into a hole. She suddenly realizes that she falls into Wonderland. Alice meets the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, the mousee and the playing card gardeners. From the time she gets to Wonderland until the time she leaves, she has to go through many obstacles that push her mental abilities. Hero: Alice The Cheshire Cat is considered the jokester in this novel because he tends to lead Alice in the wrong way, on purpose. When Alice first comes across him, she asks if he has seen the White Rabbit. He then points in many directions as to which way he went. This confuses Alice beyond belief. The Cheshire Cat also leads Alice to the place that the Queen is, knowing what kind of danger that she could be put into. 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He started writing at a young age, but his books became published between 1854 and 1856. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was published in 1865. The last book he published was the tw0-volume Sylvie and Bruno that was published in 1889. However, Lewis Carroll died on January 14, 1898 at the age of 65 in Surrey, England. About the Author: Lewis Carroll Bridge
The Color Red
Wise Old Man/Helper Archetypes in this novel:
In this novel, the caterpillar is the Wise Old Man/Helper who helps Alice determine who she really is. The caterpillar asks her "Who are you?" and she answers "I don't really know who I am, considering I have changed many times since the morning." When Alice meets the caterpillar, this is where she realizes that she is not the same girl that she used to be. The caterpillar helps her determine who she really is. Wise Old Man/Helper http://www.google.com/imgres?q=caterpillar+alice+in+wonderland&hl=en&biw=1366&bih=555&gbv=2&tbm=isch&tbnid=aOLHgVT3j8F1VM:&imgrefurl=http://www.alice-in-wonderland.net/pictures/caterpillar-pictures.html&docid=GAh8fRFLLCpYFM&imgurl=http://www.alice-in-wonderland.net/alicepic/disney-movie/alice-with-caterpillar-2.jpg&w=720&h=576&ei=ERk7T4GNCImztwfUhfjmCg&zoom=1&iact=rc&dur=78&sig=105710306471175157530&page=1&tbnh=149&tbnw=195&start=0&ndsp=13&ved=1t:429,r:1,s:0&tx=108&ty=56 Merriman, C.D. “Lewis Carroll” The Literature Network. 2007. Web. 11 Feb. 2012.
"Archetype" Wikipedia. 10 Feb. 2012. Web. 11 Feb 2012
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