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Alice In Wonderland

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Transcript of Alice In Wonderland

Alice In Wonderland
Lewis Carroll

Introduction
Conclusion
In conclusion, Alice in wonderland is a very popular and good book for anyone with a big imagination and a craving for adventurous ideas. The book really inspired me to write more like the author and I know it will inspire you as well. I loved reading the original story by Lewis Carroll and I hope everybody else does too.
Alice In wonderland is a fairy tail-like story with a silly setting and an unforgettable plot. With amazing characters such as herself, Alice finds the magical garden of Wonderland and a whole new world.
Characters
Alice is a very curious little girl who feels very plain. She has two parents, one sister, and a very dear cat named Dinah. One day, she follows a white rabbit into a hole and finds herself in Wonderland.
"But I don't want to go among mad people" said Alice "Oh, you can't help that," said the Cat "We're all mad here."
"You're nothing but a pack of cards!" Alice exclaimed

The Mad Hatter, a sincerely mad man, is depicted as a mischievous tea-drinking chatterbox who sits at a table sipping tea with a dormouse, and the March Hare.
"Why is a Raven like a Writing desk?"
The Queen of Hearts is a judgemental woman who has a bad habit of screaming, "Off with his/her head!" She very much likes to play Crochet using flamingos and she is married to the King of Spades.
"Off with his head!"
Plot
This story's plot is the classic adventure of Alice exploring a whole new world. As she meets new and peculiar people along the way, Alice explores the world of Wonderland to find her way out.
Moral
The moral of this story is that you should always be happy with who you are and what you have. This pertains to this story because the reason Alice followed the rabbit was to have a little more excitement in her average life.
Why you should read this book
You should read this because it is a very classic novel and has a reputation amongst everyone, even celebrities!
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