Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

Lewis Carroll

Medium | English children's novel


“Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” follows the journey of a curious girl named Alice, who tumbles down a rabbit hole into a fantastical world. In this surreal land, she encounters a series of bizarre characters, such as the White Rabbit, the Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts. Alice’s size changes unexpectedly, and she navigates through bizarre situations with a sense of confusion. The story unfolds in a nonsensical manner, with Alice attending a chaotic tea party and a bizarre croquet match. Throughout her journey, she strives to find her way back home, experiencing a series of whimsical adventures that challenge her understanding of reality. The story is a blend of satire, wordplay, and absurdity, serving as a commentary on Victorian society and its conventions. The book’s imaginative narrative and eccentric characters have made it a timeless work of literary nonsense.

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