Alice in Wonderland Explained
Bigbird on 06/11/2006
|There is a great deal of imagery in "Alice in Wonderland". Lewis Carroll wrote Alice for the children of friends in the mid-1800s, and, of course, some of the characters and situations stem from the life and famous people of that time.|
See if you can unravel some of the symbolism in "Alice in Wonderland". Sometimes the obvious, easy answer is the one to pick. This quiz only takes us up to the Mad Tea Party. Let me know if you enjoy the quiz; I can continue with the rest of the book.
But most of all, have a good time with "Alice".
My reference for this quiz is the book The Annotated Alice.
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